Neck Pain

  • Cervical spondylosis is a common spinal problem seen now a day. Though degeneration of cervical vertebrae is mostly seen in elderly people but its prevalence is increasing in early or middle aged also.

  • Your neck is flexible & supports the weight of your head, so it can be vulnerable to injuries and conditions that cause neck pain & restrict motion.

  • Cervical spondylosis is a degenerative disease of cervical region of the spine. It results from degenerative changes in the inter-vertebral discs lead to secondary change in the adjacent vertebrae. These changes in the cervical spine may affect one or more nerve roots, the cervical cord at one or more levels or may cause simultaneous damage to the nerve roots and cord. It is an arthritic process involving the vertebrae and is often associated with osteoarthritis in the rest of the skeleton.

  • The spine is a vital part of the back, a complex structure of muscles, bone and elastic tissue, which is known as life bone of the body. The core of our spine is composed of 24 bones, piled one on top of the other.

  • Sandwiched between these two bony blocks are cushions of cartilage & elastic tissues calle inter vertebral discs, which act as shock absorbers for the back & mobility would be impossible  without vertebral discs.

  • Cervical spondylosis occurs due to the narrowing of the space between the cervical vertebraeresulting in the compression of the nerves.

  • Degenerative disc diseas

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Cervical spondylosis

  • Spinal Stenosis

  • Herniated disc

  • Cervical radiculopathy (root compression)

  • Cervical myelopathy (cord compression)                                                

  • Neck injury caused by an accident.

  • Faulty posture (improper back & neck posture)

  • Incorrect nutrition resulting from dietic errors.

  • Psychological emotional strain may cause painful muscle cramps.

  • Stress & strain resulting from sitting for a long time.

  • Improper lifting of weights.

  • Physical inactivityTexting etc.

  • Back neck, and the collar bone.Nagging & severe neck pain may radiate to shoulders with headache (posterior occipital region),

  • Dysesthesiae in hand, weakness and clumsiness of hand ( alone or in combination)

  • Acute or chronic stiffness, may lead to partial or complete restricted movements.

  • Numbness and tingling sensation or complete loss of sensation on the affected side.
    Headache & giddiness

  • Occasionally, there may be muscle weakness of the arm or hand.

Kalpataru ayurveda offers treatment for neck pain in 4 to 5 different methods which helps to regeneratethe synovial fluid in the cartilage of vertebrae joints, indirectly decreases the disc bulges andautomatically releases the pinched nerve, which finally manages the pain. It includes

  • Ayurveda panchakarma and its upakramas like snehana (bahirparimarjana chikitsa likeAbhyangam, pradeha, pariseka etc and antahparimarjana chikitsa like internal administration ofsnehana through mouth and vasthi through anus) and Swedana, greeva vasti, saravangadhara with taila and kashaya, Nasya.

  • Dietary regimen to increase the immunity and to maintain the Dhatus

  • Ayurvedic internal Medication

  • Chiropractics

  • Yogic exercises