Spine Care  

Ayurvedic view

    According to Ayurveda , bones and thighs are mainly occupied by Vata( Vishesh stanam vatasya.) . Vata controls and directs the body movements. Spine problems occurs when vata in this region gets aggravated due to unwise physical activities (mithya yoga of karma), exaggerated physical activities (Ati yoga of karma) or less physical activities (hina yoga of karma).

  • Backache usually arises from spasm of muscles that support our spine. The muscles supporting spine go into spasm when we lift things unwisely, bending over too sharply, sitting in a unsuitable chair, etc. These type of movements are called as "Mithyaa yoga of karma or action " in Ayurveda.
  • Back pain can be triggered when we sneeze, climb into a car, or bend down to pick up the newspaper.
  • Osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, viral infection, bladder or kidney infection, gynecological problems in women, tumors and trauma may also cause back pain.
  • Lack of motion or hina yoga of karma and bad posture may affect us when we sit or stand for long periods of time. On the other hand repetitive motion or Ati yoga of karma like too much of bending, lifting or twisting also affects our back.
  • Other potential causes for back ache are: Overweight, Wearing high heeled shoes, Carrying heavy weight

    Ayurveda holds that Spine problem is a result of vitiation of one of the three principal 'doshas' that is ‘Vata’. 'Kateegraham' / 'Prishtasoola' or low back pain,Gridhrasi (Sciatica) etc are an indication of Vata aggravation and bone and muscle weakness.

Why Ayurvedic Treatment ?

          The Spine Care is an ancient Ayurvedic therapy based on the Ayurvedic principles. This natural healing therapy deals with proper spine care and its nerves, muscles, joints and blood & lymphatic channels. Authorities in the field believe that the body is co-ordinate by three different humors or energy forces i.e.; Vata, pitta and kapha. This therapy helps in restoring and balancing the energy forces of the body that regulates the physiology

          The strength of Ayurveda in the area of spine and joint treatment is globally appreciated. Since it addresses the root cause of the issue the results are fantastic

         Ayurveda, the holistic health science, with its wide range of treatments including the panchakarmas, internal medications along with exercise and life style modifications incorporating with the other systems like Yoga definitely opens up a way of hope for the ailing humanity. The modern treatment especially the surgical procedures are many a times causes many number of side effects, not forgetting the huge financial burden for the patients.

          As we all know "AYURVEDA" is a very true ancient science, taking advantage of its authenticity we made a very unique combination of this ancient tradition with new technology and made Ayurveda more effective, fast acting and user friendly. As we know old drug administration methods may be bitter, time scheduled or difficult to handle during travel and fast life, by accepting some new scientific and advanced technology-- our experts have developed new formation of drugs which are very simple, easy to consume i.e. in forms of extraction combinations, in form of tablets which are very potent and safe.

Spine care Treatment

1)Panchakarma treatments

      A purifying therapy to facilitate the metabolic process through food and herbal medicines. The Treatment usually involves a series of ABHYANGAM, SWEDAM, NASYA, PATRA-POTTALI-SWED , SHASHTIC SHALI-PIND-SWED , KATI BASTHI, KASHAYA BASTHI & ANUVASANA BASTHI etc.

2) Internal medications

  • Marma chikitsa , Vatahara chikitsa , Brumhana chikitsa.
  • Rasayana therapy - To nourish the body, boost immunity, and help to resolve specific conditions.
  • Herbal preparations - Yograj guggulu , Mahayograj guggulu , Sinhanad Guggulu , Maharasnadi Kwath , Dashmularishta ,Punarnavasav etc.

3)Yoga

    The source of the pain is due most often to pushing oneself beyond physical or emotional capacity. The spine needs stability and, therefore, the mind must first be steady. So, the first step is to learn to relax the mind and focus on the specific areas of back painwith the help of Pranayam & Yoga.
      Asanas: to support and strengthen the spine –Tadasana , Bhujangasana , Sarpasana , Shavasana etc.

4) Life-style Modifications

  • Keep the muscles well conditioned by improving sitting, standing, stretching postures. Well-conditioned muscles are less susceptible to injury.
  • Never bend at the waist or stoop to pick up an object. Instead, lower the body to the level of the object by bending the knees. Grasp the item, hold it close to the body, and raise yourself with your legs while keeping your back straight.
  • Do not lift very heavy objects.
  • Whenever possible, prop yourself up.
  • Lean against a wall or pillar while waiting for a bus or standing in line at the bank. 
  • Sleep on a firm mattress and find a comfortable position.
  • Wear low-heeled shoes.
  • Standing straight will do wonders for your back.
  • Sit on a comfortable chair that supports the curve of lower back.
  • While sitting for long hours rest feet on a low stool so that knees are above hips.
  • Do not sit or stand in one position for a very long time. Get up periodically and walk for a while.
  • Avoid activities which hurt back.
  • Do not sit in same position for long hours. It may prove hazardous to back. Take break in between and move around.
  • Avoid becoming overweight. Overweight increases the risk of back pain.
  • Increased stress and strain enhances the chances of back pain. Hence remember to relax! Yoga and meditation are best techniques to relax.
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