A Clinical Evaluation of Agnikarma in the management of Greeva Sandhigata Vata w.s.r. to Cervical Spondylosis

Author(s):  
Vinodkumar K. Bhorale ◽  
M. R. Hungundi

Today is the era of modernization and fast life. Everybody is busy and living stressful life changing of life style of modern human being has created several disharmonie. In his biological system. Advancement of busy, professional and social life, improper sitting posture in offices, continuous work in one posture and over exertion, jerking movements during travelling and sports - all these factors create undue pressure and stress injury to the spine and play an important role in producing disease like cervical spondylosis. Agnikarma is said to be the most superior among all the Anushastra Karma. Agnikarma is superior to Ksharakarma as disease burnt with Agni will never recur. Disease that cannot be cured with medicines, Kshara and Surgery, can be cured with Agnikarma.

Author(s):  
Dr Jagannath Prakashrao Choudhari

 Today is the era of modernization and fast life. Everybody is busy and living stressful life. Changing life style of person has created many disharmonies in his biological system. Advancement of busy, professional life and social life, improper sitting posture, continuous work in one posture, jerking movements during travelling and sports, all these factors create undue pressure and stress injury to spine and play an important role in producing disease like cervical spondylosis. In this study total 70 patients of Cervical Spondylosis having signs and symptoms of same, selected from OPD of our hospital. Patients were divided into two groups, 35 patients in control group and 35 patients in trial group. Patients in trial group were advised to Practice Makarasan as per yoga module adapted during study and Patients in control group were advised to do Neck Exercise as per neck exercise module adapted during study for 90 days daily. Assessment was done on the basis of pain, tenderness, stiffness and x-ray report of cervical spine before and after study. Makarasan is significantly effective in reduction of signs and symptoms of cervical spondylosis but there were no changes seen in anatomical structures in patients of cervical spondylosis after intervention of Makarasan.


Author(s):  
Varinder Kaur ◽  
Subhash Upadhyay ◽  
Sakshi

Gridhrasi is such an entity enumerated into eighty types of Nanatmaja Vataj Vyadhies. It is characterized by its distinct pain emerging from buttock and goes towards the heel of afflicted area. On the basis of symptom complex it can be broadly correlated with disease Sciatica in modern science. Ayurveda is a simple practical science of life and its principles are universally applicable to each individual for day to day life. Ayurveda speaks of every elements and facts of human life. Each and every human being desires to live happy and comfortable life but it is not possible owing to multiple factors related with changing lifestyle, environmental factors etc. As the advancement of busy professional and social life improper sitting posture in offices, factories, continuous and over exertion, jerk movements during travelling and sports. All these factors create undue pressure to the spinal cord and play a chief role in producing low back ache and Sciatica.


Author(s):  
Dr. Prayagaprasad U R ◽  
Dr. Prashanth A S

Today is the era of modernization and fast life where everybody is busy and living a stressful life. Advancement of busy, professional and social life, continuous work and overexertion, changing life style of modern human being has created several disharmonies in his biological system. The present clinical study was conducted in Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya and Hospital Hubli to compare the combined effectiveness of Shirolepa & Shiropichu in Reducing the Perceived Stress in Employees along with Concomitant Treatments in Chittodwega caused by Occupational stress. The research Question of the study were: Whether the combined effect of Shirolepa with concomitant treatment significantly decrease the signs and symptoms of Occupational stress vis-a-vis Chittodwega ; the scores of Professional life stress scale and DSM V when compared to Shiropichu with Jyothismathi tailam followed by concomitant treatments. The design of the study was Open Labeled Double Arm (Uncontrolled) Exploratory Clinical Trail. Overall effect of therapy showed that, 70% patient was cured or markedly improved at the end of 60 days of treatment in the Shirolepa group. 30% patients gained moderate improvement. While in the Shiropichu group 35% of patients gained marked improvement, 60% were moderately improved while 5% were having mild improvement. Hence, it can be concluded that, improvement in the Shirolepa group was more significant and consistent as compared to Shiropichu group. By seeing the results it’s evident that no patient had complete remission after Shirolepa/Shiropichu followed by Nasya i.e. on 15th day. This implies that only Shirolepa or Shiropichu is insufficient for the management of Chittodwega (OS). After completion of the treatment (60days) Subjects got marked relief in the symptoms. So the present study was ideal for Occupational stress having a package of treatments for long duration.


Neurosurgery ◽  
2007 ◽  
Vol 60 (suppl_1) ◽  
pp. S1-28-S1-34 ◽  
Author(s):  
Khalid M. Abbed ◽  
Jean-Valéry C.E. Coumans

Abstract CERVICAL RADICULOPATHY IS a common condition that usually results from compression and inflammation of the cervical nerve root or roots in the region of the neural foramen. It is frequently caused by cervical disc herniation and cervical spondylosis. The diagnosis can be established by history and physical examination, but care should be taken, as diagnoses can mimic or coexist with cervical radiculopathy, such as entrapment neuropathies. The pathophysiology, presentation, and clinical evaluation of cervical radiculopathy are discussed.


Author(s):  
Teresa Żółkowska

The ongoing systemic transformations have intensified the need to update the reflection on (disabled) people, their abilities or even their destiny. The political transformation that took place in our country chanced the scope and forms of social life. Economic and socio-cultural changes led to the disappearance of disabled people. As a result, it is necessary to rebuild a humanistic programme based on embracing the human being, their abilities and capabilities. One of the most important methods of working on the condition and prospects of (disabled) people is undoubtedly communication, and dialogue within its scope.


2020 ◽  
pp. 425-438
Author(s):  
Tsipi Marhaim

In this article the author discusses the revolutionary and unique democratic-humanistic educational approach of Janusz Korczak (1878-1942), which emphasized the fundamental values of the human being concentrated on children and concerning their rights. The author presents democracy as a societal way of life, as practiced by Korczak, Wilczyńska and Falska. They administered their orphanages democratically, as expressed in Korczak’s writings. Social and moral education is presented through a social lifestyle based on fundamental principles of democratic education in the spirit of Korczak. The article also examines the characteristics of democracy itself in the historical perspective and in relation to Korczak’s democratic and humanistic approach. Humanism and democracy as regulators of social life can be greatly inspiring for teachers, educators and parents involved in the process of child education.


2018 ◽  
Vol 9 (3) ◽  
pp. 859-864
Author(s):  
Dr. Angela Ngozi Dick

Although the social construction of the human hair varies from culture to culture, the symbolic function of hair varies from person to person. In Adichie’s  Americanah, the characters are primarily defined by their hair before the construction of their race, career and  personality. The human hair becomes the premise for brotherhood and sisterhood in. Many episodes take place in the salon, thereafter a person’s hair is qualified as either good or bad. The theoretical framework for this paper is New Historicism which interrogates social life and power relations among people in the society. In this work we conclude that Adichie tells the story of human hair not for its sake but to portray the problem of immigrants, religious fanaticism, disruption of academic calendar and the frustration therein, loveless marriage, the environment and other human conditions. Finally, the hair shows that every person is a complete human being first and foremost


2020 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 113-130
Author(s):  
Jan Wadowski

In the article I introduce several distinctions regarding the issue of civilisation in general, especially stressing the role of values in its development. I also discuss the bases of the Western civilisation, which are—I believe—undermined in the name of certain benefits overridden by propaganda of various types of “correctness” (political, religious, social, etc.). Technology with increasing intensity transforms societies into superstructures, where humanity is disappearing. Technology is becoming more and more mentally ergonomic, replacing man not only in physical work but also in mental work. It is not about the utopian rejection of technology, but about being aware of both opportunities and threats including enslaving by technology. The phenomenon seems to be particularly dangerous if we assume the existence of so-called superintelligence (N. Bostrom). So if technology is not anthropocentric, sooner or later it will lead to complete incapacitation of the human being, both physically and mentally. For this reason, we should seek an integral understanding of man and the so-called progress. It is necessary to understand what values are important in our individual and social life. The fundamental value is the art of wise life as the highest skill.


Author(s):  
Dr. Unnikrishnan VS ◽  
Dr. Prashanth AS

Now a days due to sedentary lifestyle and lack of time, people cannot concentrate on their proper regimen and people undergo many unwanted practices like faulty dietary habits, improper sitting posture, continuous work in one posture and overexertion, load bearing movements during travelling and sports. All these factors lead to the increase in the incidents of Manyasthambha in a large population. In classics Manyasthambha is explained under Vataja Nanatmaja Vikaras and is mentioned as Kaphaavruta Vata in its Samprapthi. While explaining treatment of Manyasthambha, Acharya Susruta clearly explains about Rooksha Sweda and Nasya which helps in the Samprapti Vighatana of Avarana in Manyasthambha.


Author(s):  
Hetal S. Gusai ◽  
V. K. Kori ◽  
Rajagopala S. ◽  
K. S. Patel ◽  
Ronakgiri V. Gosai

Over the period of time, human race has evolved and till date the development is going on. There is continuous civilization and change in life style of human being. Due to these changes in life style, human being is constantly struggling against the changing environmental conditions to maintain optimum health and vigor throughout the life. These changes have lead to increase in the disease burden in the society. Juvenile Diabetes is also such condition which is going to increase day by day in children. Children are the most vulnerable community in society. Juvenile diabetes (Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus – IDDM/ Type 1 DM / T1DM) is the most common endocrine/metabolic disorder of childhood and adolescence. The high prevalence data of Juvenile Diabetes is also alarming. Globally, the incidence of Type 1 DM is increasing in children and youth by about 3% per annum. It is characterized by deficient insulin production and requires daily parenteral administration of insulin, otherwise may prove fatal. The cause of type 1 diabetes is not known and it is not preventable with current knowledge. So a survey of 50 diagnosed juvenile diabetes patients in Jamnagar city of Gujarat state was conducted. With this survey study an effort has been done to find out some contributory factors in the manifestation of the disease from an Ayurvedic perspective.


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