Tear - 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



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

Complete pcl tear

asked by swag on 5 March 2017 13:23
I am 41. Years old woman. I have pain in entire body joints. More pain in left knee and leg. Vitamin D deficiency. Taking medicine for thyroid. Weight 45. MRI shows complete tear of posterior horn and body of medial meniscus. Partial tear of cruciate ligament . Moderate joint effusion. Is this sign of arthritis. Doctor has advised surgery. What will be the result if i don't go for surgery. Is... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Complete posterior cruciate ligament injury with meniscus involvement requires surgery to avoid the instability in the knees. In your case, it must be decided based on your symptoms and the investigations. Grade 1 or 2 injury is usually managed with Ayurvedic medicines and assessed with the progress. But the general Ayurvedic medicines can be taken to strengthen the knees and to prevent the.. Read more

Acl tear left knee ,suggested ayurveda methods

asked by leelarakesh on 28 February 2017 19:47
Dear sir,i have near comple acl tear in left knee with minor tear on minescus ,can you please suggest if ayurveda can... Read More
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Acl tear in the left knee

asked by nikniel on 26 February 2017 12:34
42, female.., acl tear .one and half year. While making rangoli sitting for 4 hours. My slipper strip got pressed into my ankle. I neglected thinking it is nervous problem and will set by walking. But 5 months back my leg became stiff. Orthopaedician injected injection into my knee .reulted in movement. But now MRI treatment shows complex ligament tear. Now i am undergoing panchkarma treatment in... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- Anterior cruciate ligament injury is treated based on the symptoms. Ayurvedic medicines and treatments like oil massage, streaming oil and rice poultice will be beneficial to give long lasting relief form the pain and will help to strengthen the knees. The pain reduces within 2months and regular checkups will help to asses the improvement Ayurvedic medicines like MahaRasnadi Kvath- 15ml with 60ml of.. Read more

High Grade Acl tear, with meniscus tear.

asked by arun2pratap on 26 February 2017 1:10
I(Age 31) had MCL and ACL near complete tear with meniscus tear(during football).One doctor suggested surgery the current one rejected surgery. It has been already 7-month i have no pain in knee able to walk and do daily activity without any problem started knee strengthening exercise Knee press and Leg Curl. MCL has recovered completely, still have meniscus(grade III posterior horn of the medial... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- The medial collateral ligament tear heals within 2months while the anterior cruciate ligament tear takes 3-6months to resume with the physical activities. So if there is no pain, you can take Ayurvedic medicines and treatments to strengthen the knees. It will help to stimulate the circulation and strengthen the muscles. Ayurvedic medicines like Divya Pidantak Kvath and Divya Pidantak vati 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

I have ligament tear problem

asked by Sivapr on 1 October 2016 13:43
Sir/madam I have a ligament tear problem in both knees. I want to get treatment for that. Kindle give me your suggestion. Thank you, Yours T.Sivaprasath... Read More
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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

Acl tear in left knee

asked by sadeep on 25 June 2016 23:50
sir, i am 21 years old male, 18 months back my left knee acl has partially teared . i am doing yoga dailly(20 mins kapalbhati,15mins anulom vilom pranayama). but still i hear knocking sound in my knee and pains when i walk for more than 1 hour. i have also eaten patanjali... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Acl, Knee, Left, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- Please let me know the medicines you have taken. Ayurvedic medicines must be taken from 3-6months based on the injury. Partial ligament injury can be managed with medicines and treatments. Sometimes the medicines alone will not give the desired effect. You can massage gently with Dev ortho Ayurvedic oil. Ayurvedic treatments like oil massage, leaf fomentation, janu vasti, rice poultice and streaming.. Read more

Partial ACL Tear

asked by svvikas on 2 May 2016 17:02
Hi Doctor, I have partial ACL tear. Allopathic doctors are saying for surgery. Can you please help me for... Read More
3 replies  -  Related Tags: Acl, Tear
YogaGuru Says:- The best thing can be done is to for medication to strengthen your body and specially joints and ligaments. For that below mentioned supplements are good:- Divya Ashwagandha churna - 1 teaspoon full with milk in morning and in eveningDivya shilajit sat can also be mixed in milkDivya badaam paak can be consumed 1 teaspoon full if you do not have any heart / cholesterol issueMassage Divya Pidhantak.. Read more

Complete tear of ACL

asked by shambhuvi on 2 April 2016 17:32
I am 45 years, on my right knee there is complete tear of ACL and please find below MRI findings. 1. minimal odema in both tibial condyles and intercondylar region 2.undisplaced tear of posterior horn of lateral meniscus 3.internally displaced bucket handle tear of medial meniscus and tear of posterior horn 4. complete tear of ACL 5. mild... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Acl, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- The complete tear of anterior cruciate ligament along with other symptoms like swelling and reduced mobility of the joints requires surgery to improve the flexibility of the joint. The bucket handle injury is the tear of the inner rim of the meniscus that resembles a bucket handle. Please let me know your reports to guide you further Ayurvedic medicines like MahaRasnadi Kvath- 15ml with 60ml of warm.. Read more

Partialy tenton tear

asked by shlok on 27 February 2016 10:47
Hello sir I kishan 37 male (married) I met an accident before 40 days so my right shoulder tendon partially tear doctor give me more 30 days to avoids sergery so pls show me some remedy an save me from surgery . my MRI report says 1. Partial tear in subscapularis tendon near insertion. 2. Minimal fluid collection along biceps tendon sheath. 3. No labral tear or bony abnormality... Read More
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Dr.Ramani Says:- The tendons in the shoulder joint are more prone to injury. The injury in the subscapular tendon causes partial tear with swelling due to the accumulation of excess fluid. Ayurvedic medicines will help to relieve the pain and swelling in partial tear. It is necessary to do rehabilitative exercises after the symptoms subside to improve the function of the joint Ayurvedic medicines like Varunadi Kvath -.. Read more

Curvilinear tear/acl tear/joint effusion

asked by kavi@1991 on 20 February 2016 12:08
my sister age is 29. unmarried she fell down last 20 days before. she cant stand or lift any weight. she is completely in rest. her mensural cycle is normal. she is over weighted because of her over eating practise. she is applying moosambar patru with egg white. and also taking homeopathy treatment and soon she will take pancha karma treatment also. what else she can do to walk normal and to... Read More
1 reply  -  Related Tags: Curvilinear, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- The recovery due to injury in the knee depends on the intensity of the injury to the ligament, tendon or meniscus. The grade 1 or 2 injury responds better with Ayurvedic medicicnes or reatments. Surgery is advised in grade 4 injury where there will be instability in the knee joint. Ayurvedic medicines like Maharasnadi Kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily and Yograj Guggulu.. Read more

COMPLETE ACL TEAR

asked by Shaktiy on 22 August 2015 10:15
Hello myself Shaktikumar age 29 suffering from Complete Tear of ACL of my left leg doctors suggested me to go for surgery is there any medicine of yours through which I can avoid surgery and get completely fine Please reply on my mail id... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Acl, Complete, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- Surgery with substitute graft tendon is generally indicated for complete tear of the anterior cruciate ligament. But it is decided based on the symptoms and the intensity of the injury. A complete tear can be managed without surgery, if there is no instability in the knees, when the other structures like meniscus or articular cartilage are not damaged, not a sports person or based on the nature of the.. Read more

Meniscal Tear (Knee Injury)

asked by ayurvedi on 6 August 2015 7:18
Namaskar, I am 37 years old male. I am suffering from swelling and pain on my left knee. Doctor suspect it is due to Meniscal tear. Kindly advice. Allopaths ultimate treatment other than pain killers and anti-inflamatory drugs is Surgical repair. How can Hadjob be used in this... Read More
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Meniscal, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- The injury in the knee could be due to the ligament or meniscus of the knee which are usually prone to injury. With meniscus tear, the response of the treatment will be based on the grade of meniscus injury. In Grade I there will be a small area of increased signal within the meniscus, in Grade II there will be a linear area of increased signal that does not extend to an articulating surface and in.. Read more

Knee joint

asked by कमल on 25 February 2015 18:27
during accident he had falled on knee there is no facture but when he start to move leg tilted... Read More
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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
2 replies  -  Related Tags: Ligament, Tear
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

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

Shoulder tear 3cm right side

asked by pokhrea on 19 November 2013 11:33
Hi I played squash a lot and now have torn my tendon on the right side the ultrasound shows a 3cm tear The doctor has advised me for a surgury so wondering if there is alternate way to improve this... Read More
4 replies  -  Related Tags: Pain, Shoulder, Tear
Dr.Ramani Says:- Yes, Ayurvedic medicines are very effective. When did the tear happen? The stability of the shoulder joint is maintained by the muscles and tendons surrounding it. The roatator cuff tendons like supraspinatus, subscapularis, infraspinatus, teres minor supports the shoulder. So the probability of injury is more to supraspinatus. Any tear more than 3cm with weakness is advised for surgery.But it has to.. Read more
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