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Cervical Spondylosis research studies for holistic treatments

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A Comparative Clinical Study Of Shamana Nasya And Brimhana Nas Ya In Cervical Spondylosis

May 2015

Cervical spondylosis is a chronic degenerative condition of the cervicaal spine that affects the vertebral bodies and intervertebral discs of the neck as well as the contents of the spinal canal. In later stages, spondylotic changes may result in stenosis of the spinal canal and foramina. Recent researches showed that middle aged population shows increased incidence of degenerative disc changes. Most of the times, patients of cervical spondylosis presents with varied degree of signs and symptoms such as neck pain, stiffness, weakness etc which are required to be alleviated by the administration of shaman (pacifying) chikitsa. Mean while in order to overcome the root pathology involved in the manifestation of cervical spondylosis brimhana (nourishment)) chikitsa occupies the prime seat in the line of treatment. Nasya karma being the main line of tre atment in jatroordhwa vyadhi (diseases above the neck) can be adopted in the management of cervi cal spondylosis. In this regard, adopting Nasya Karma as the main line of treatment a comparative clinical study has been undertaken to evaluate the shaman effect of nasya karma in Group A and bhrimhana effect of nasya karma in Group B using prasari ni and ksheerabala taila 101 with 20 patients in each group respectively in the management of cerv ical spondylosis attending Kottakkal Arya V aidya Sala, Kota, Rajasthan and the results were statistically analyzed

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