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Pain Management Plan is based on the Ayurvedic holistic approach. Ayurveda considers pain as a symptom of the changes happening in a person’s health conditions. The ayurvedic approach to pain will rather focus on understanding the root of the problem than just remove the pain itself. 

According to Ayurveda and Yoga, all diseases or dysfunctions of the human body are manifested when the flow of Prana is depleted from certain parts in the pranic body. It is a well-known fact in Ayurveda that by removing the blocks in the pranic flow and strengthening of pranic channels, one can revitalize the diseased area. From an Ayurvedic prospectives, acute and chronic pain is caused by doshic imbalances and it can be influenced by many factors like diet, digestion, toxin accumulation, stress, exercise levels and daily routine. Imbalances in the three doshas Vata, Pitta and Kapha will produce as a result blockages of Prana or life energy that will no longer move freely in both physical and sublet bodies.  This will cause build-up and stagnation of toxins and therefore consequent degeneration of the local tissues involved.

 

An Ayurvedic Pain Management therapy will restore the body's natural wellbeing by enhancing its ability to self-healing, intervening of several aspects:

  • Removing the Buildup of Toxins and Impurities: achieved through medicated herbal oil massages which help in loosening impurities that are embedded in tissues and help liquefy them for easy absorption into the circulation and eventual elimination of pain.

  • Nutrition Plan: Ayurveda advises an easy-to-digest and satisfying and nourishing dietary approach that improves digestion alongside with administration of ayurvedic herbal formulas which helps in restoring balance in the body. The use of spices daily meals is strongly advised.. 

  • Improving Digestion: Incompletely digested foods create toxins and impurities that travel throughout the body and eventually will localize in body tissues and disrupt their functioning leading to chronic pain. Somministation of herbs and which is treated by a proper use of spices and cooking oils, by favoring digestion-enhancing foods, by avoiding digestion-depressing foods

  • Balancing Nervous System Activity: Vata imbalance is an underlying cause of the painful condition and is reversed by specific diets, herbs, cleansing programs, meditation, yoga asanas and yoga breathing exercises. Excessive mental, emotional and physical stress can worsen the symptoms of many chronic pain. Meditation is an important healing tool that uses the mind-body connection to help people deal with pain conditions. Meditation is fast becoming recognized as an effective way of reducing pain.

  • Lifestyle and Daily Routine: One of the most important factors for maintaining healthy functioning is to have a lifestyle that does not disturb natural bodily rhythms. Ayurveda reviews and creates a daily schedule that will increase balance in your physiology and aid in healing your body.

  • Exercise: Ayurveda advises proper stretching and flexibility exercises as it has a very positive effect on circulation, nervous system function, and healing response thereby treats many chronic pains.

 

Pain Management Plans and Treatments:

  • Ayurvedic Meals Plan (Developed accordingly to the outcome of the Ayurvedic Wellness Report)

  • Daily Routine Plan (Including Yoga, meditations and Pranayama advice)

  • Herbal Supplements Plan (To promote metabolism, toxin elimination and relaxation)

  • Local Swedana (Loosening of toxins through herbal steam therapy). 

  • Abhyanga (Body rejuvenation through ayurvedic oil massage - 1h).

  • Nasya (Ayurvedic therapies for the mouth, nose, eyes and ears - 30min)

  • Pizhichil (Muscle toning through warm medicated oils - 1h).

  • Vasti (Local treatment to relief pain and stiffness using warm medicated oils - 45min).

  • Shirodhara & Indian Head Massage (Nervous rejuvenation through warm medicated oils on forehead and Neck, Shoulders and Head massage)

Please note the above list is a general set of treatments for this therapy. Based on your age, medical condition, ayurvedic dosha imbalance, the therapist will decide which treatments and duration of each one is appropriate.

How You Will Benefit:

  • Improvement in Pranic/Blood Circulation throughout the body.

  • Repairing, building and strengthening of body tissues.

  • Improvement of digestion, sleep quality, memory and concentration.

  • Builds immunity to fight the general strains from modern lifestyle.

  • Regulates & Balances the production/secretion of Hormones from Endocrine system.

  • Mobilize and remove of toxins. 

PAIN MANAGEMENT PLAN