The majority of us will have back discomfort at some point in our lives. Back pain can appear for a variety of reasons, including poor sleeping positions and irresponsible sitting posture, and may become worse if ignored. Ayurvedic treatment for back pain is based on the underlying cause of the condition, and in general, back pain with a recent onset responds fast to conventional treatment modalities including rest, massages and other conservative measures. Chronic back pain may have more significant etiology like a disc prolapse, spine arthritis, spondylosis etc. and may cause conditions like radiculopathy. Fortunately, almost 90% of all back pains can be avoided, managed, and cured with the appropriate treatment and strategies. Back pain is treated holistically by Ayurveda, with emphasis on addressing the cause of the problem.
When seeking cures, one can take into account a number of (Ayurvedic) approaches and back pain therapies. Most of those back pain management options are available at many ayurvedic hospitals and clinics.
Musculoskeletal diseases have been successfully treated by ayurveda since ages. Back pain was also effectively managed or healed with treatments like Uzhichil, Pizhichil, Dhaara, Vasti and Kizhi, among others. Ayurveda has an emphasis on non-invasive, long-lasting cures. Back-specific therapies have shown to be quite effective in treating back conditions. Altering one’s lifestyle is as crucial to controlling a condition as receiving medical attention or taking medication.
Back and other spine-related issues typically start with a spontaneuos discomfort or stiffness in the affected area. Always remember that your back pain is merely a symptom and might be caused by a variety of other underlying factors. Back pain can arise from a variety of factors. Overstrain, heavy lifting, slipped disc, arthritis, scoliosis, osteoporosis, spondylosis, overweight or obese etc. are a few examples of these conditions.
It is important that people take immediate action to treat any back discomfort so as not to aggravate or complicate any underlying injuries or issues that may be present. Most persons who experience back discomfort do not have any serious spinal issues. Your back has a good chance of healing quickly with a little extra care.
The type and degree of the pain, the fundamental cause(s), and the patient’s medical history all play a role in the Ayurvedic treatment of back, lower back, neck, and other spinal issues. In every situation, a thorough physical examination by the doctor is required. Vata aggravation, muscle and bone weakening (asthi dhatu kshaya or mamsa dhatu kshaya), and poor habits and lifestyle [apathya ahara and viharas] are triggers for back pain.
Pizhichil and Vasti are efficient Ayurvedic therapies effective in treating vata imbalances and conditions of neurological and muscular origin in the body. The goals of these ayurveda procedures are to rejuvenate and calm the nerves and muscles, promote strength, relieve any inflammations and pain, revitalise the spine and fend against illnesses of neuromuscular origin. AyurMana now brings this time-proven Ayurvedic approaches for back pain in Kuwait.