For authentic & scientific


Nagarjuna has developed speciality protocols
and adopted integrated and holistic approaches “to improve
the quality of life of ailing population”.



Dr.C Manoj Kumar,Chief Physician, Nagarjuna Ayurvedic Centre Kalady


Rehabilitation is a process or care or the action of restoring one’s health or capabilities that has been affected, to its former condition.This includes physical, mental and cognitive abilities. Diseases, injury or after effect of a treatment or procedure could be the reason for losing thiscapability. Rehabilitation will improve the quality of one’s life. Ayurvedic therapies and medicines are very effective in rehabilitating the loco-motor system and nervous system. Any disability due to degenerative conditions of the central nervous system can also be rehabilitated with good results.

In Nagarjuna, for better results, we offer rehabilitation program integrated with physiotherapy. Rehabilitation is usually required in conditions like post stroke, post trauma, post brain injury, post-surgical stiffness, general stiffness after removal cast in fractures, muscular dystrophy, cerebral atrophy, multiple sclerosis, parkinsonism, Parkinson’s disease and other conditions

The course of rehabilitation program could extend from 21 to 28 days dependingupon the condition. If the patient is on some other regular medication, they will be allowed to continue those. The Nagarjuna rehabilitation program has specific combination of internal medicines based on the disease condition of the patient. Specific therapies to relax the muscles, reduce stiffness, hyper tonicity of muscles, muscle spasm, pain and numbness. Treatments to improve the range of movements, muscle bulk, power and to prevent muscle wastage are done according to the condition.

Therapies are done using specific herbs, treatment materialsand medicated oils specific to the condition. Continuous pouring of herbal decoction all over the body (kashaya dhara), therapeutic oil massage, application of poultice made with herbal leaf after dipped in warm oil (ela kizhi), continuous pouring of medicated oil all over the body (pizhichil), application and massage with poultice made of herbal grains cooked in herbal decoction and milk (njavara kizhi), keeping an oil pool on the head (siro vasti), continuous, slow stream of medicated oil on fore head (siro dhara) are the therapies done externally. Major Panchakarma therapies like nasal administration of warm drops of into each nostrils (nasya), enema (vasti) with herbal decoction and enema with herbal oils are also done based on the disease.

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