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Lumbar/Low Back Pain

Low backache or lumbago is a common condition, known as Katishoola in Ayurveda, and commonly affects middle-aged to elderly individuals. It manifests as varying levels of pain in the lumbosacral spine, impacting daily activities. This discomfort, ranging from a dull ache to sharp pain, often stems from a compressed lower back nerve, limiting mobility. Ayurveda attributes lumbar pain to Vata Dosha imbalance, responsible for movement. Ayurvedic treatment of low back pain focuses on rebalancing Vata through herbal medicines, Panchakarma therapy, diet, and lifestyle adjustments. AyurVAID treatment for lower back pain targets effective pain management and posture improvement.

Outcomes of Lumbar Pain with Kerala Ayurveda

Significant reduction in pain levels

Improved mobility

Facilitate sensory and motor stimulation

Increased flexibility 

Increased muscular strength

Improved circulation

Improved quality of life 

Reduced dependency on pain medication 

Outcomes of Frozen Shoulder with Kerala Ayurveda

Significant reduction in
pain levels
Improved mobility
and flexibility
Improved
circulation
Improved quality
of life
Increased muscular
strength
Reduced dependency on
pain medication
Significant reduction in pain levels
Increased muscular strength
Reduced dependency on pain medication
Improved mobility and flexibility
Improved circulation
Improved quality of life

Our Approach to Overcome Lumbar Pain

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AyurVAID’s precise classical Ayurveda treatments, target the root cause of the condition. Thorough assessments guide personalized protocols for pain management and enhanced well-being. Ayurveda expert doctors offer advice on ergonomics, nutrition, and lifestyle changes. Patient-centricity is at the core of the AyurVAID approach. In acute lower back pain, Ayurveda focuses on muscle relaxation, using internal medications and external therapies. Panchakarma treatments like Nasya, Virechana, Vasthi, and Rakthamoksha, along with procedures like Agnikarma and Siravedha, address underlying factors contributing to pain.