Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a common degenerative joint disease with gradual cartilage loss. It primarily affects aging individuals and results from wear and tear on joint tissues. Ayurveda terms this as Sandhi Gata Vata, attributing it to Vata Dosha and Ama ( metabolic toxins) accumulation in joints. The condition progresses gradually, but occasional exceptions exist. Inflammation and injuries trigger bony changes, tendon and ligament deterioration, and cartilage breakdown. Osteoarthritis can affect any joint but typically affects the hands, knees, hips, lower back, and neck. Osteoarthritis Ayurveda treatment at AyurVAID targets inflammation and aims to restore joint function.

Outcomes of Osteoarthritis with Kerala Ayurveda

Alleviation of pain

Reduced inflammation

Improved joint mobility

Avoided surgical interventions such as TKR

Low to nil dependency on pain medication

Halted disease progression

Regulated bowel movements

Enhanced quality of life

Outcomes of Osteoarthritis with Kerala Ayurveda

Avoided surgical interventions
such as TKR

Reduced
inflammation

Alleviation of
pain
Improved joint
mobility

Halted disease
progression

Low to nil dependency on
pain medication
Alleviation of pain
Improved joint mobility
Low to nil dependency on pain medication
Reduced inflammation
Avoided surgical interventions such as TKR
Halted disease progression

Our Approach To Over come Osteoarthritis

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AyurVAID’s treatment protocols include precise classical Ayurveda treatments, targeting disease root causes. Thorough assessments guide tailored protocols for pain management and enhanced well-being. Ayurveda expert doctors offer advice on ergonomics, nutrition, and lifestyle changes. Ayurveda addresses chronic conditions, potentially offering remission or cure. Personalized treatments, including herbal medications and panchakarma, enhance the quality of life. The approach considers individual factors, optimizing Osteoarthritis Ayurveda treatment for safety and effectiveness.

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FAQ on Osteoarthritis

What are the activities that increase the risk of osteoarthritis?
Activities include Jerky movements, Prolonged standing, squatting, Twisting of the joints may lead to joint pain and further progress into early degeneration.
What are the dos for Osteoarthritis?
Regular exercises, maintaining optimum body weight, a balanced diet, and maintaining proper postures while sitting, and lying, are essential.
How common is Osteoarthritis?
More than 12% of the population have Osteoarthritis. Age above 65 and women are more prone to this disease.
What are the types of arthritis?
Osteoarthritis is the most common type, other types such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, and Psoriatic Arthritis are also seen.
Am I at risk of arthritis?
Family history, age, elder women after menopause, being obese and having any weak or previously injuried joint puts you at risk of having arthritis.
How do I know if I have arthritis?
Your doctor can diagnose that effectively with physical examinations to evaluate the fluid around the joints (warm or red joints) as well as the joint range of motion. Blood tests are also commonly used to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis that includes inflammation markers, certain Imaging scans such as X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans are routinely used by doctors to create images of bones and cartilage.
How long will the therapy last?
A standardized number regarding the days for treatment cannot be predetermined for it depends on the chronicity of the disease, age of the patient, genetic predisposition, and innate constitution. Yet most Ayurveda arthritis treatments will range between 2 to 3 weeks.
Is it possible to cure arthritis?
Arthritis can be cured, yes. Ayurvedic medications can treat it since they are made from natural and efficient herbs that address the fundamental cause of arthritis. It removes ama doshas from the body while balancing the vata doshas. Besides herbs, there are a multitude of therapies to help with arthritis treatment. However, in chronic cases, Ayurveda can help improve the overall quality of life and help in easier ambulation.
Can lifestyle changes help prevent lumbar pain?
Yes, making lifestyle changes such as maintaining proper posture, exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding prolonged periods of sitting or standing can help prevent lumbar pain.

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