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Year : 2013  |  Volume : 32  |  Issue : 6  |  Page : 5

OA01.05. Effectiveness of simple and logical treatment in complete disc prolapse

AVP Ayurveda Hospital & Training Academy, Pathanjalipuri, Mankarai, India

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R Parthasarathy
AVP Ayurveda Hospital & Training Academy, Pathanjalipuri, Mankarai
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DOI: 10.4103/0257-7941.123817

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Purpose: To explain the effectiveness of 21 days inpatient treatment on a 46 year old male patient with complete disc proplapse who was suggested an emergency discectomy in a leading hospital. Method: To explain the case history with complete details of medicines used and treatments given with the responses observed before, during & after treatment with substantiating 3 MRI digital films & reports that were taken before, immediately after treatment and 3 months later.Also to have a small video of the patient sharing his experience.Treatments given were Abyangam, Elakkizhi, Navarakizhi, Matravasthi, Vaitarana vasthi, Madhu thailika vasthi & Pichu with 8 internal medications during the treatment course. Result: The patient who was unable to stand, sit & walk properly with the threat to lose his bladder & bowel control without discectomy had a dramatic recovery during discharge and 100 percent recovery in 3 months with ayurveda treatments alone, with out any supportive allopathic care. Conclusion: Though it is a well known fact that Ayuvreda work wonders with such conditions, this is an attempt to explain that these are not only because of specialized & sophisticated treatments but a simple and logical treatment can also be miraculous and also to emphasize that documentations like MRI reports before and after treatments helps is proper evaluation of the treatment results in addition to patients feedback.

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