This Ayurveda therapy to treat neurological diseases originated about a century back in Dr. Prasanth’s family. Dr. Prasanth has refined and modified this therapy for MS since 1997, taking into account the relation of pathology of MS with immune system, psycho-neurological system, endocrine system and digestive system. The therapies, medicinal preparations, medicated oils etc are prepared by considering the above specificities of MS, the individual’s physical constitution and symptoms.
''Dr. Prasanth's Ayurveda Therapy for MS''
Aims of the Dr. Prasanth’s MS therapy :
- Control on the progression of MS : To control the pathological process of MS, so that further deterioration of disease cannot happen.
- Stabilisation of MS and improvement of symptoms : Stabilisation is attained when there is no further progression of the disease and this is attained in the later stages of MS. Specific symptoms are considered, like gait disturbance, vision disturbances, bladder problems etc and they will improve during the treatment and these improvements are sustained thereafter.
- Cure from MS: Cure from MS could happen without leaving any residual symptoms in the initial stages of MS.
Duration of the therapy :
The minimum duration of treatment is 45 days a year, which has to be repeated for 3 years. The exact period of treatment could only be ascertained by the Doctor after consultation or after he understands your physical condition and the state of disease.
Principle of Dr. Prasanth’s Therapy for MS :
- Adhi-Stana Chikitsa (Treating the source of illness): Treating the central nervous system
- Agni Sara Chikitsa (Reorganizing or fine tuning the metabolism): Correcting the digestive fire in a person which improves the cellular metabolism
- Kaya Sattwa (Mind Body Balancing)
- Dathu Shuddhi (Cellular Rejuvenation)
- Palliation of accompanying illness or pathology
Dr. Prasanth’s Therapy for MS is a system that uses a group of therapies aimed at treating the source of the disease, where palliation of symptoms happens on its own accord. During the treatment period, a patient undergoes various types of therapies involving numerous herbal preparations depending on the constitution, metabolic status, mental state, severity of the disease and symptoms of the patient. The duration of the treatment for a single day is approximately 5 hours.
The main treatments followed at are Shirovasthi, Thaila dhara, Kashaya dhara, Oushadha –Njavara, Nasya, Basthi or other Pancha karma (whenever required).
Dr. Prasanth's Therapy
This Ayurveda therapy to treat neurological diseases originated about a century back in Dr. Prasanth’s family.
Dr. Prasanth has refined and modified this therapy for MS since 1997, taking into account the relation of pathology of MS with immune system, psycho-neurological system, ...
Collection of herbs
The special herbs used in the preparation of oils are collected from forest and bought from the market. The continuous deforestation in current scenario and the multiplied increase in the consumption of herbal products have resulted in the extreme scarcity of herbs. Nowadays good quality herbals products ...
Preparation of medicated Oils
The fundamental criteria for success in treating complex disorders in Ayurveda depend on the quality of herbal preparations. Treatment-oriented herbal recipes are made at our family pharmacy, which are not available for sales elsewhere. These herbal preparations are created in limited quantities to ...
Shirovasthi is for the primary treatment for disorders of the central nervous system. Highly concentrated herbal oil is allowed to remain on the vital point of the head for approximately 60 -120 minutes. This therapy is the King's therapy in Ayurveda since it directly accesses the seat of Vata ...
This is same as that of Kanjidhara where medicated Oil is the medium of treatment.
Flow of medicated oil on the vital points decreases spasticity, stiffness and pain.
It helps in revitalisation of the body, increasing muscle strength, mobility and improves balance.
KANJI DHARA (KashayaDhara)
This therapy is of great value in Ayurveda. A steady flow of herbal decoction is gently moved to different areas of the body at varying heights depending on constitution, age and mental status of the patient.
The results of Kanjidhara using a pot that forms ...
This therapy involves massaging the body with medicated oil, using special technique. The massage is done rhythmically on various vital points of the body (marma), which is based on numerous factors such as constitution, age, sex, body strength, accompanying illnesses and mental status of the patient.
Nasya is an effective treatment for disorders of Central Nervous System. Charaka says “Nostrils are the door to brain”, while explaining Nasya therapy. It involves administering minute amount of herbs through the nostrils. Various forms of administration are herbal extract, herbal powder, ...
There are two major forms of basti: oil and Kashayabasti (two among the Panchkarmas)
1) “AnuvasanaVasthi” - Enema by the usage of herbal oil. Often it will be done alternating with NiroohaVasti.
2) “NiroohaVasthi” - Enema with herbal decoction and 4 ...
This part of the therapy uses a special type of rice harvested only in Kerala which is cooked with the root of Balla, Ashwaganda and Milk. This is pasted and massaged or made to bolus used for rhythmic massage. This is done primarily for Vata constitution and debilitated patients, to increase the ...
We are not a Yoga Center, but therapeutic Yoga postures recommended by doctor are taught to patients (if necessary) along with therapy, accordantly to our possibilities, and availability. They are given individual mild yoga postures depending upon the body constitution and symptoms, which helps in ...