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Evaluation of the Effect of Manyabasti and Sarvangatailadhra in Manyagata vata (Cervical Spondylosis)

Patil Shilpa, Lina Karande, Dhanraj Gahukar


Present clinical study was designed to assess the efficacy of Manyabasti and Sarvangatailadhara in reducing the sign and symptoms of cervical spondylosis. Total 11 patients of cervical spondylosis were registered in the OPD and IPD of  Samadhan Panchakarma Hospital, Nagpur, India. They were subjected to the treatment schedule of 15 days. During this period Manyabasti was done for 15 min and Sarvangatailadhara  for 30 min by the mixture of Arogya taila, Asthiposhak taila and Indrayani taila.(2:1:1). All these medicated oils were prepared in their own Rasashala as proprietary medicine. Assessment were done with regard to pain, neck movement (flexion and extension) and hand grip strength. These were done before and after the treatment. The results were assessed on the basis of symptomatic improvement using visual analog scale. The study reveals that Manyabasti and Sarvangatailadhara were effective in cervical spondylosis.


Keywords: Cervical Spondylosis, Manyabasti, Sarvangatailadhara, Visual Analog Scale

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