Pain is a sensory and emotional feeling often caused by damage to the tissue. In medical terms, pain is considered a symptom of an underlying condition. It motivates an individual to withdraw from the damaging situation and protect the damaged body part when it heals and also to avoid similar experiences in the future.

Nowadays, it has become one of the most common reasons to take consultation with a doctor. It can interfere with a person’s quality of life and general functioning. It is usually transitory, lasting only until the damaged tissue is removed or underlying damage has been healed. However, some painful conditions such as Arthritis, spine and neck injury, chronic back pain, cervical injury, etc may persist for years. The pain persists for a long time is known as chronic pain and the pain that persists for a short duration of time is known as acute pain. The difference between acute and chronic pain has depended upon an arbitrary interval of duration between onset and resolution. 03 months and 06 months are used as the two most common markers since the onset of pain. In other medical terms, the pain that lasts less than 30 days is acute, whereas the pain that lasts from one to six months is sub-acute pain and the pain that persists for more than six-month duration is chronic pain. Acute pain is associated with anxiety and hyperactivity of the nervous system whereas chronic pain does not associate with hyperactivity but it could associate with vegetative signs like fatigue, loss of libido, loss of appetite, and depressed mood. 

Ayurveda has been proved as the biggest contributor to mankind for total well-being in the most natural way. It can help to get rid of pain in the best possible way with a holistic approach without any side effects. It offers various treatments to cure the disease from the root. Ayurveda with its treatment modalities offers immediate relief from pain without much untoward effects.

Naturopathy has been also proved very beneficial to get rid of pain in an authentic way. It aims to educate the person to look after their own health, minimize the symptom of illness, support the body's capacity to get heal, and balance the body so that ailments don’t occur in the future. The treatment modalities include lifestyle changes, diet modification, regular physical exercise, use of various therapies to treat the person, not the disease. The whole person is treated physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually to get rid of the existing condition. 

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Frequently asked questions about Pain Management

What is Pain management?

Pain management is a widespread approach to diagnose, analyze, treat, and control pain. A multi-pronged and individualized treatment plan is used to coordinate safe and effective options to address the physical, emotional, psychological, and social aspects of pain.

Why does an individual opt for Ayurveda & naturopathy treatments to manage pain?
  • Ayurvedic and naturopathy treatments are gentler and cause no side effects than conventional medicines. 
  • They give long-lasting cure as it treats the person, not the disease. 
  • They are cost-effective.
  • They are patient-specific and customized treatments. 
What is ayurvedic approach to manage pain?

Ayurveda follows a different approach to give relief from pain which incorporates several therapeutic procedures and behavioral modifications under the shadow of basic principals narrated in Ayurveda. The treatment starts with an extensive internal purification process followed by special herbs, diet modification, massages & therapy, yoga, meditation, and several other techniques to get rid of the pain.

What is naturopathic approach to manage pain?

Naturopathy follows a holistic approach to manage the pain. It uses different methods and treatments, yoga, massages and therapy, diet changes, herbal remedies, and other relaxation techniques to manage pain.

What can an individual do if acute pain is getting worse day-by-day?

If an individual notices that pain is getting worse due to certain activities then he should first stop doing those activities. Medication can be taken prior to the activity to help prevent the pain from occurrence.

What type of diet should an individual take to manage pain?

Patients having chronic pain need to take a high protein diet such as fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and seeds, grains, etc. One should avoid carbohydrates induced diet and fatty foods.

How does one manage pain without painkillers?

One can manage pain without painkillers by doing regular exercise, managing stress, and integrative medicine techniques that include yoga, tai chi, deep breathing, and acupuncture. 

What are the most common problems that happen in chronic pain?

There are multitude of conditions that may lead to chronic pain, however some prevalent conditions are:

  • Back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle pain
  • Arthritis
  • Sports & work related injuries
  • Neck pain
When should a person seek for a pain management programmes?

The pain when does not respond to the usual and customary treatments in a reasonable period of time. An individual should be aware of his body and take note that when he is in pain. If the pain persists, he may opt for pain management programs. 

How are depression, stress and anxiety related to pain?

Pain is not directly caused due to mental anguish. One might feel scared, mad, alone, and hopeless at one time. All these conflicting emotions can worsen the condition of pain. Taking the first step toward mental relief can help to manage the pain in the best way.

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The pain management programmes provides excellent treatment and management for whole range of physical conditions. Various programmes under pain management helps to optimise health and overall well-being by restoring the physical function and performance. The various programmes under pain management includes treatment of Arthritis, cervical spondyliosis, chronic back pain, non-chronic pain, slip disc, spinal disorder & neck disorder, spondylitis and joint disorders. The approach does not only focus to reduce the pain but also to heal the underlying cause of pain so that it does not come back again and haunt an individual. 

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