Posted by on February 15, 2019

Case Study for Indu refers to the case of cervical spondylosis

Brief Synopsis/Key Case Highlights: A case of cervical spondylosis, where the patient was suffering from neck pain since 10 years. This pain was further radiated to shoulders which caused body stiffness. Patient also had B/L knee pain since 20 years which was aggravated since past 2 years. After taking naturopathic treatments patient’s cough and congestion was improved by 80%, cervical spondylosis improved 40-50% and body stiffness lessened by 30%.

Focussed Ailment: Cervical spondylosis, pain in neck and shoulders, B/L knee pain.

Medical History: The patient had a history of Cholecystectomy. The patient had been complaining about pain in neck which was radiated to shoulders causing body stiffness. Patient also had B/L knee pain since 20 years which was aggravated since past 2 years.

The patient was diagnosed and the following vitals were recorded during the consultation period:

S.No Particulars Values
1 Blood Pressure 120/70 mmHg
2 Respiratory Rates 22 cycles/minute
3 Temperature Normal
4 Weight 67 kgs
5 Pulse Rates 72 bts/min
6 Provisional Diagnosis Cervical spondylosis, hypothyroidism and O/A of knees
7 Age 66 years

On examination of the patient, cervical stiffness and pain was found.

Previous treatments: The patient had undergone various medications under allopathy to cure the pain.

Treatment at BNCHY**: The patient was advised to undergo a series of treatments which included:

  • Full body massage + S + B Lmpk for 3 days every morning.
  • A/F bath + Nk pk for 3 days every evening.

Benefits/Feedback: The patient after being treated through the above-mentioned treatments had improved cough and congestion by 80%, cervical spondylosis improved to some extent by 40-50% and the body stiffness lessened by 30%.

 

** Each treatment is subject to the condition and severity of disease of each patient. These case studies are just for the purpose of sharing information and aren’t applicable to everyone. It’s advisable to contact our doctors before trying out any treatment at home.

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