Ligament - Ayurvedic Medicines & Remedies

Ligament tear

asked by Debaranjan on 8 June 2018 13:25
my age is 22, I have suffer from right knee ligament tear from I month. Doctor suggest me it has only solution for surgery, but I try to recovery my knee without surgery. I have also MRI scan report. Please tell me 1. How to recovery my injury using ayurvedic treatment? 2. How to know which grade have my knee and what treatment required I... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Injury, Ligament, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- Ligament injury is treated based on the symptoms by assessing the grade of injury. In grade 1, the ligament will be stretched and Ayurvedic medicines and treatments will definitely benefit. While in grade 2 there will be partial tear causing instability of the knee while grade 3 is completely torn. If so it is treated based on the response to the treatments and surgery may be necessary. Ayurvedic.. Read more

Ligament injury

asked by lavu on 13 September 2017 22:33
Hello sir my age is 21 and i am suffering pain from 2 years while playing cricket i got injured and day by day i feel more pain then i cosult to doctor and told me for MRI and MRI shows stage 3 chondromalacia and linear hyperintensity in posterior horn medial meniscus not intersecting with articular margins grade2 in right knee and due to whole load applief on left leg my left leg also paining and... Read More
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Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello, Overstretching of muscles cause the ligament injury thus restricting the movement of joint and pain which if left untreated may lead to loss of elasticity and mobilityAyurvedic medicines recommended are as follows- 1.Pidantak tail apply locally twice to thrice a day and massage it in a clockwise direction 2.Apply ashwagandha lepa and keep it till get dry to relieve pain3.Mahayograj guggul one.. Read more

Ligament injury in right knee

asked by bhawna01 on 27 August 2017 15:02
Sir, I had an accident 3months back. Doctor had suggested for MRI to find out the percentage of ligament tear in knee. He said surgery was required if the tear percentage was high. I fear MRI and surgeries. So opted to rest. I felt gradual recovery. But, 3 weeks back, I slipped and all the recovery felt to be in vain. It seemed that the situation was same as 3 months back. Now I am continuing with... Read More
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Need suggestion on MCL Tear

asked by RajniRathore on 19 July 2017 19:50
I have a Partial thickness Tear involving deep fibers of medial collateral ligament with associated adjacent soft tissue edema and thin collection. Tear in the Posterior horn and root of medial meniscus comprising radial , horizontal components and involving superior, inferior articular surfaces. Also evidence of high grade partial thickness tear at tibial attachment portion. Let me know if this... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Partial tear of the is usually managed with Ayurvedic treatments and medicines. As there is swelling, a paste made by kottanchukkadi churnam and hot water can be applied over the knees. It will reduce the swelling and the pain. Then after that oil can be applied over the knees. + Ayurvedic medicines like Maharasnadi Kwath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily, Paenwin Tablets can be.. Read more

Knee ligament tear

asked by ammachi on 24 November 2016 11:12
I am 49 yrs old lady with obesity.My heieght is 155cms and after my menopause my weight is 90kgs. Two months back i slipped and nerve at the side of my right knee twisted. First i was treated for knee sprain. but a month later when MRI was taken it shows the following report 1.Resolving marrow edima over femur & tibia 2.medial meniscal grade I tear 3.lateral meniscal grade I tear with... Read More
5 replies  -  Related Tags: Knee, Ligament, Tear
Dr.Kanika Says:- Hello,ACL is anterior cruciate ligament, which is one of four major ligamnets of kneeconnecting posterior lateral part of femur to anterior medial part of tibia,Allowing to resist anterior translation of tibia, in relation to femur.So ACL prevents tibia from sliding too far forward.When torn the ligament doesnot have significant healing capacity and thus individual is prone to episodes of instability.. Read more

Knee ligament tear

asked by SunilChaudhari on 21 September 2016 19:30
Hi, I am 31 year old. one and half month before i fall from bike, bike speed was 20-30 km/h. initial pain was there in right knee but after taking pain killer pain stopped. but before 15 days suddenly body unbalance from right knee. then after MRI report doctor suggested for surgery. and the report is as below Impression, 1. anterior cruciate ligament tear treatment 2. grade 2 hyperintense signal... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Knee, Ligament, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- Anterior cruciate ligament injury is a common problem hurting the knee joint. More than fifty percent are also associated with menisci injury causing effusion and pain. Surgery is advised when there is instability in the knee and severe pain. Please do have regular checkups Ayurvedic medicines like Maharasnadi kwath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water, Yograj Guggulu and kheera bala capsules - one.. Read more


asked by Rohit 999 on 8 June 2016 2:37
I am 19 year old boy . Sir i am suffering from asl problem after my accident. Till today i am not habing confidence to run . it is like my whole life distroy . I am not able to run when ever i try to play and instantly try to stop then i always fall down . I need your help to come back in my life . I die every day just bcoz of this problem. Doctor gives me medicine and he said to rest after 1... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Disorder, Ligament
Dr.Ramani Says:- The recovery after Anterior cruciate ligament varies in each person based on the intensity of the injury. The prognosis is also based on the damage to the accompanying structures like the meniscus in the knee. The pain usually settles within 3months after injury. Instability is a common problem seen after the injury. Rehabilitative exercises are very important to restore the function of the knee... Read more

Ligayment injur

asked by Aaba on 3 February 2016 14:20
I am 54year old man.I hav injured in bike accidant befor one month during accidant there is left knee ligament having injury (tere me be Gread 2 type injury)After one month my knee is not folded I doing some exercise then also my knee is folded maximum 30 to 40 degree with pain.I have no any past history of any illness. So what can Ido Which Medicin and oil for massag will use.And which kind of... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- The ligaments in the knee are more prone to injury. The recovery depends on the intensity of the damage. In grade 2 injury, there will be linear are of increased signal but it will not radiate to the articulating surface. Please send me your report to guide you further. Surgery is advised in Grade 4 ligament injury or based on the symptoms. The ligaments are responsible for the stability of the knee.. Read more

Suffering from lateral collateral Ligament Tear from many days

asked by saurabhg.bowen on 25 November 2014 0:39
I m 20 years... I m suffering from Ligament tear. usually when i walk some sort of sounds are to be heard.. and even while sitting cracking sounds are heard. from the knee.. I m single... please suggest What to do ?... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Lateral collateral ligament connects the thigh to the femur in the lateral side of the knee. It is common to get injuries due to contact and in sideways. The recovery will be based on the intensity or grade of injury. Grade 3 or 4 may require surgery which usually involves other structures in the knee. Grade 1 or 2 is usually managed where the ligament is slightly or partially torn. Medicines like.. Read more

Ligament injury in right knee

asked by gargvinvin on 19 October 2014 22:49
My 17 years old son had a fall & it has caused harm to the ligament PCL of right knee. Kindly advice... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Posterior cruciate ligament injury commonly happens due to fall, striking against the knee or during sports. Thus recovery depends on the grade of the injury. Grade 1 and 2 where the ligament is torn slightly or partially loosened can be treated with medicines and treatments. But that of Grade 3 or 4 may require surgery due the instability, complete tear and association of the nearest structures... Read more

Partial Tear Or Sprain Of Midsustance Of Anterior Cruciate Ligament In Left Knee, Minimal Synovial Effusion

asked by mr.dipakp on 26 August 2014 13:40
Unable To Walk In Stair Case. Pls Suggest. I Am Suffering From 15Jun014. After I went to doctor he suggested MRI. As Per MRI Report:- Partial Tear Or Sprain Of Midsustance Of Anterior Cruciate Ligament In Left Knee, Minimal Synovial Effusion. Now Doing Physitherapy Treatment Like IFT & Ultrasound Therapy From MGM Kalmboli Hospital. As Doing Exercise Like Staic Quads, Side Lying Knee Flection... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Knee, Ligament, Mri, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- The knee joint is more prone to injury which commonly occurs during sports or accident. Pain, swelling, restricted movements, instability to walk are the common symptoms seen after the injury. Initially the swelling will also be due to the injury to the blood vessel and then there will be more secretion of the synovial fluid due to the tear. Ayurvedic medicines must be used for 3months to observe some.. Read more

About Low grade partial tear of ACL ligament

asked by sskarankal on 30 August 2013 17:37
Respected sir, i am 28 year old and from last 3-4 months there is locking in my left knee ,i am consult with joint specilist and he advice me for MRI of the left knee then i undergo the MRI of left knee , in the MRI report there should be an low grade partial tear of ACL and mild synovial effusion is detected ,doctor give me hinge knee brease and physiotherpist told me knee stretching excersices... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Anterior cruciate ligament injury is very common which occurs in the knee joint. It is the ligament which is diagonally present in the middle. Swelling, pain, tenderness, loss of range of motion are the usual symptoms. Usually it takes 3months for a recovery. But partial tear compared with grade 3 tear responds better to treatments. You can take Maharasnadi kadha, MahaYograj Guggulu, Ksheera bala.. Read more


asked by sanjitsomu on 13 August 2013 15:52
Dear Sir, I am 42 yrs old, I got injury in my ankle on 23/05/2013 , as per doctors ligament of my ankle is torned , but there was no fracture. Still I am feeling pain in my ankle while walking. Please advise medicine or what should I do to recover fully from this pain. Regards sanjit... Read More
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Dr.Jilsy Says:- Hello, Thanks for the inquiryLigament tear is common for ankle and knee joints. Ligaments are brands of elastic tissue that holds joints together and limit movement. A ligament sprain occurs when a sudden event puts excessive stress on the tissue causing it to stretch or tear.Symptoms of sprain include swelling, tenderness and bruising. Stretching the injured ligament causes pain Mild or 1st grade.. Read more


asked by gbpant on 9 May 2013 23:41
Dear Sir, Recently I met with an accident and due to this my Anterior Cruciate Lingament torn completely. I visited many doctors but only got reply surgery as the solution. As as per doctors, it does not again generates and have to graft.I have gone surgery recently surgery but still I want to know that Is there any treatment available to grow the ACL ? If yes, kindly tell me what is... Read More
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Ligament tare problem

asked by roopashanti on 25 November 2012 15:06
taken english medicine and docter is suggesting for there any ayurveeic treatment for this if so pls refer the hospital or... Read More
Dr.Vijay Says:- Hello, Usually ligament tear happens due to any kind of trauma or accident, or even in sports person, and as you did not specified which ligament is affected, let us take in broad way. Suspecting the most common ligament tear that is ACL or anterior cruciate ligament tear, as there is genuine advice given is rest. Most of the ligament injuries, in terms of ayurveda, we do follow the binding.. Read more

Shouldet ligament tear

asked by SNI on 29 May 2012 11:17
this is santosh,i am a cricketer,age-27.from last 2 years my shoulder is in pain,but from dec2011 the pain increase and i cant throw the ball or bowl the ball.i give rest to it. for 3 months and i tried to bowl again but it was i goine to doctor.he checked my x-rays, sonography but it where he advice me a light treatment.i took light treatement for 2 weeks but was not able to... Read More
Dr.Vijay Says:- Hello, As you are suffering from shoulder pain since 2 years, and because of your cricketing game, there may be chances of continuous process of wear and tear of ligaments and according to doctor there is ligament tear. By considering all these factors, one should consider taking adequate rest to give room for accommodation and healing. Once your shoulder become normal, then you can resume your.. Read more

Ayurvedic treatment for ligament

asked by Luella on 8 July 2011 12:03
I would like to have advice on ayurvedic treatment for ligament ?, I would be thankful to... Read More
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Ayurvedic medicines for ligament tear

asked by Kimmie on 14 June 2011 20:41
Hi Sir, I need advice on ayurvedic medicines for ligament tear ?, thanks! very... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Ligament injury is a common problem that happens due to injury in the knee. Surgery is advised when the conservative treatments fail and if the instability of the knee while walking is noticed. Injury to the meniscus also affects the function of the knee. Ayurvedic medicines and treatments help to restore the function of the knee joint and surgery can be avoided in partial tears. Medicines like.. Read more

Posterior Cruciate Ligament tear

asked by akhil.october on 23 May 2011 14:48
This is Akhil,age-33,Male.I am a professional cricketer.Had a bike accident 3years back n tore my PCL in my right knee..but then the docs said i could still play if I strengthened my quad muscles....Which I eventually did n was doing fine..But just before this years IPL I started getting pain in my right knee,,it became very severy slowly..n I had to miss most part of the tournament..Now the physio... Read More
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Baba ramdev medicine for ligament tear

asked by Nirvana seeker on 2 May 2011 10:34
Hello, I would like to have information on baba ramdev medicine for ligament tear ?, please reply back as soon as... Read More
Dr.Ramani Says:- Anterior cruciate ligament injury is a common problem seen after a fall. The recovery depends on the intensity of the damage to the ligament. Usually the grade 1 and 2 responds in a better way while surgery is advised for Grade 4 or complete tear of the anterior cruciate ligament. Ayurvedic medicines and treatments can be done for a month and then reviewed. Ayurvedic medicines like MahaRasnadi.. Read more
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