Ayurveda for Cervical Spondylosis
Neck Pain

Ayurveda for Cervical Spondylosis (Neck Pain)

Cervical sponylosis Package – 7 days / 14 days / 21 days / 28 days

Cervical spondylosis which causes neck pain is one of the most common problems that one encounters in day to day life. It is a wear and tear of the vertebrae and discs .It is a condition of degeneration of the inter-vertebral disks, which advances with advancing age and in course of time, also involves the adjacent structures. It also leads to inflammatory changes which in turn brings about calcification (deposition of calcium) leading to extra bone formations called osteophytes

When the space between two adjacent vertebrae narrows, compression of a nerve root emerging from the spinal cord may result in radiculopathy (sensory and motor disturbances, such as severe pain in the neck, shoulder, arm, back accompanied by muscle weakness).

The patient may experience a phenomenon of shocks (paresthesia) in hands and legs because of nerve compression and lack of blood flow. If vertebrae of the neck are involved it is labelled cervical spondylosis.

This package includes combination of any two or three of the following therapies which last for about two-three hours every day depending upon the body condition of the guest. Also address other joint problems like slip disc, sciatica, backache and sport injuries.

Pathrapottali Swedanam
Choorna Swedanam
Pizhichil
Greeva Vasti
Pichu
Lepam
Steam bath
Internal Herbal Medicines

Help relive inflammation
Release of spasm in affected areas
Strengthen the supportive tissues of the spine/joints
Nourish joints by improving circulation.
Preventive measure to avoid possible neck and joint complications

Initial Consultation with Ayurveda Doctor and daily follow up consultation
Accommodation
Neck exercises
All Ayurvedic Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Supper) & herbal drinks
Advice on Diet & Lifestyle Management
Ayurveda Therapies – Customized for each client.
Yoga (once a day – Yogasanas, Breathing, Meditation and Relaxation)

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