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Bone and Joint
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common inflammatory disease, which mostly affects older individuals. Osteoarthritis or Sandhivata results due to aggravation of Vata dosha. It is caused by the breakdown of cartilage – the firm and the rubbery tissue that shields bones at joints. Poor digestion results in production of toxins, which accumulates within the body and eventually reaches the joints. At Ayurvalley, we treat arthritis by stimulating Vata through specific herbs which helps in lubrication of joints. We also aim at providing treatments for Osteoarthritis that prevents deterioration of joints and rejuvenates cartilages.
Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disorder, which affects several organs and is quite chronic in nature. This medical condition can be treated through Panchakarma and a well-balanced diet is extremely vital to treat Rheumatoid Arthritis. Our specialists not only recommend the right medication required for the treatment of this disorder but also recommend a diet plan that must be followed so that it can soothe the Vata dosha.
Gouty Arthritis or Gout (Vatarakta) is a metabolic disease resulting in deposition of uric acid in the cartilages. This medical condition first appears in the big toe, eventually spreading to ankles, knees, joints, wrists and elbows. It is caused due to an imbalance in Vata dosha and excessive intake of salty, spicy and sour food. Our doctors and specialists address Gouty Arthritis by suggesting intake of herbal preparations along with a proper diet.
Osteoporosis is caused due to the loss of density of bones or bone mass, resulting in frequent bone fractures and deformations commonly around the hip, spine and wrist. Osteoporosis occurs due to an imbalance in Vata dosha. Our experts at Ayurvalley suggest appropriate Ayurvedic treatments along with some dietary and lifestyle changes.
Frozen shoulder or Ababahuka is a health condition that limits the motion in joints due to inflammatory thickening of the capsule, causing stiffness in shoulder joints. It is caused due to imbalance in Vata dosha. Because of involvement of Kapha Dosha, some patients experience more stiffness due to cold exposure at night. Imbalance in Vata dosha impair the efficiency of shoulders, contracts the veins and ends up in Apabahukam that causes loss of motion of arms. We treat Frozen Shoulder by rectifying the imbalance in Vata dosha through medication and lifestyle changes.