Neck Pain & Back Pain

Inefficient, weak, back muscles are prone to injury.

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Muscular Back pain

Inefficient, weak, back muscles are prone to injury. Poor posture when sitting, standing and lifting can place unnecessary stress on your spine. Sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents are very common causes.

Disc Herniation

Inefficient, weak, back muscles are prone to injury. Age-related wear and tear affects the spine in your neck or low back. As the disks dehydrate and shrink, bone spurs and other signs of osteoarthritis develop. Dehydrated disks, herniated discs, bone spurs, and stiff ligaments are the result.

Ankylosing Spondylitis

May include pain and stiffness in your lower back and hips, especially in the morning and after periods of inactivity. People who have a gene HLA-B27 are at increased risk.rs, and stiff ligaments are the result.

Sciatica

A catching pain starts at the low back and radiates through the buttocks – behind the thighs, knees, and calves and to the ankles and toes. Caused by pinching of nerve roots at the spine by a bulged disc or due to degenerated vertebrae. Vaidyashala Ayurveda Centre offers an extensive list of therapies mentioned below:

• Lepanam: Application of herbal pastes over the affected area which relieves pain and swelling

• Bandages: Bandages with herbal oils are effective in Muscular pains

• Kadivasthy / Greeva vasthy: retention of warm oil is very effective

• Elakkizhi & Podikkizhi: warm herbal bags sweeps pain away and strengthen spinal muscles

• Virechanam: purgation therapy

• Vasthy: enema therapy

• Nasya: Medicated nasal drops are very effective in Shoulder & Neck pains

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Self Care

• When pain hits, stop what you are doing and ease gently into a comfortable position.

• Drink plenty of quality water. Rest on a firm bed.

• Try lying face down on the floor, hands by your sides, this takes the pressure off your back.

• Once the acute pain has subsided, muscle strengthening will help to prevent recurrences.

• Don’t do any bending, twisting or lifting.

• When sitting, keep your knees a little higher than your hips and keep your feet flat on the floor.

• Always push large objects; never pull them.

• Move around. Do not sit in the same position for long periods of time.

• Practice Yoga postures like Bhujangasana, Salabhasana, Pavana muktasana.

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