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Abstract

EFFECT OF SUCHIVEDHAN IN FROZEN SHOULDER (AVABAHUK)- A RESEARCH ARTICLE

Dr. Neha Sat Paul*, Dr. Qadri M. J., Dr. Kasle V. K., Dr. Baghel Prashant and Dr. Gayakwad Pratibha

ABSTRACT

Frozen shoulder, also known as Peri-arthritis or Adhesive capsulitis, causes a significant loss of motion. This typically occurs in cycle of 3 stages, painful phase, stiff phase and thawing phase. Pain is the most common symptom that brings the patient to a physician’s attention, because it is universally understood as a signal of disease.[1] There are several remedies in the form of drugs or injections in the modern science for relieving pain. Such remedies are induced generally NSAIDs and Steroids. They irritate gastric mucosa and produce hyperacidity and even peptic ulcer disorder. In textual references of Ayurveda, the disease Frozen Shoulder is closely related to Avabahuka. In this condition, the vitiated humour Vata is localized in the shoulder region. When Vata gets vitiated, it dries up the ligaments of the shoulders and constricts the Snayu present there and causes Avabahuka.[2] Actually, Suchivedha can be considered as modified form of Siravedha in cases where Sira is not clearly visible.[3] So, Suchivedhan to the maximum tenderness points of shoulder may release the Vataavrodha and ultimately, pain will be decreased. So, it was decided to evaluate the efficacy of not-so- evaluated Suchivedhan karma chikitsa against a frozen shoulder and to evaluate its scientific parameters.

Keywords: Avabahuka, Frozen shoulder, Suchivedhan, Adhesive capsulitis, pain.


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