Volume : IX, Issue : VI, June - 2020

A Clinical Study of Snehan and Shaman in Manyastambha (Cervical Spondylosis) w. s. r. to Geriatrics.

Dr. Deepika Dilip Vyawahare, Dr. Mrs. Snehalata Sagar Salunkhe

Abstract :

In this mechanical era the changing lifestyle like shift duties, excessive travelling, in appropriate postures and irregular dietary habits has created several disharmonies. All these factors create undue pressure and stress injury to the spine and play an important role in producing disease like cervical spondylosis. The study design is open clinical trial. The Study is conducted on 30 diagnosed patients of Manyastambha (Cervical Spondylosis) on basis of inclusion and exclusion creteria. External by Sahachar Taila and Internal Shaman by Baladi Kwath is given for 28 days. Assessment is done by subjective and objective criteria. Results are analyzed by using Wilcoxon signed ranked test. Out of 30 patients 16 patients have marked response that is (53.30%), 14 patients have moderate response i.e. (46.70%). Study is effective in both parameters and shows statistically significant results as p-value is less than 0.05.

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A CLINICAL STUDY OF SNEHAN AND SHAMAN IN MANYASTAMBHA (CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS) W. S. R. TO GERIATRICS., Dr. Deepika Dilip Vyawahare, Dr. Mrs. Snehalata Sagar Salunkhe GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-9 | Issue-6 | June-2020


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