MANAGEMENT OF A CASE OF LUMBAR STENOSIS WITH AYURVEDIC INTERVENTION

  • Ratha Kshirod Kumar RESEARCH OFFICER (AYURVEDA)NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDIC DRUG DEVELOPMENT, 4 CN BLOCK, SECTOR V,BIDHANNAGAR, KOLKKATA-91, INDIA
  • Barik Laxmi Dhar RESEARCH OFFICER (AYURVEDA)NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDIC DRUG DEVELOPMENT, 4 CN BLOCK, SECTOR V,BIDHANNAGAR, KOLKKATA-91, INDIA
  • Hazra Jayram DirectorNATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDIC DRUG DEVELOPMENT, 4 CN BLOCK, SECTOR V,BIDHANNAGAR, KOLKKATA-91, INDIA

Abstract

ABSTRACT
Ayurveda intervention is gaining popularity for chronic and degenerative disorders. Lumbar stenosis is narrowing of spaces of lumbar spine cause
morbidity in old age. Surgical laminectomy is the only answer in conventional therapy. However, the disease can be better managed in Ayurveda
through panchakarma and rasayana treatment.
Keywords: Low back pain, Lumbar stenosis, Panchakarma, Katigraha.

Author Biographies

Ratha Kshirod Kumar, RESEARCH OFFICER (AYURVEDA)NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDIC DRUG DEVELOPMENT, 4 CN BLOCK, SECTOR V,BIDHANNAGAR, KOLKKATA-91, INDIA

RESEARCH OFFICER (AYURVEDA), Dept. of clinical research

Barik Laxmi Dhar, RESEARCH OFFICER (AYURVEDA)NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDIC DRUG DEVELOPMENT, 4 CN BLOCK, SECTOR V,BIDHANNAGAR, KOLKKATA-91, INDIA

RESEARCH OFFICER (AYURVEDA), Dept. of clinical research

Hazra Jayram, DirectorNATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDIC DRUG DEVELOPMENT, 4 CN BLOCK, SECTOR V,BIDHANNAGAR, KOLKKATA-91, INDIA

Director (Institute)

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Kshirod Kumar, R., B. Laxmi Dhar, and H. Jayram. “MANAGEMENT OF A CASE OF LUMBAR STENOSIS WITH AYURVEDIC INTERVENTION”. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, Vol. 9, no. 8, Oct. 2016, pp. 11-13, doi:10.22159/ajpcr.2016.v9s2.13727.
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