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र्वायुर्धाता शरीरिणाम् WSR TO PAKSHAGHATA-A CASE STUDY

*Dr. Bishnupriya Mohanty, Kathyashree Shanbhogue and Dr. Sangram Keshari Das

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Pakshaghata is a Vataja Nanatmaja disease and considered as Mahavatavyadhi. Pakshaghata can be co related to Hemiplegia which results from cerebrovascular accident stroke. Modern science believes that the brain tissue once damaged completely cannot be repaired by therapies leading to permanent neurological deficit. Hence the disease has poor prognosis. In the case a male patient of 73years of age came to OPD of Kayachikitsa on 26th February 2021 presenting complaints of difficulty in walking, pain while walking, stiffness of the right arm and leg, difficulty in lifting right arm, difficulty in speech, sweeping of both the feet’s and involuntary movements of the lower limb since 5months. On basis of history and clinical findings the case was diagnosed as Pakshaghata. Ayurvedic medicines and Panchakarma procedures were given for 3months in IPD. Patient showed improvement in movement of lower limbs, strength and power of both right upper and right lower limb was increased. The involuntary movements of lower limb and the swelling of the feet reduced considerably.

Keywords: Pakshaghata, Hemiplegia, Matrabasti, Panchakarma, Virechana, Snehana, Swedana.


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