Neurological Pain & Spinal Disease

Neurological pain and spinal diseases are prevalent conditions that can significantly impact one’s quality of life and overall well-being. From chronic back pain to debilitating neuropathic pain, these conditions can manifest in various forms and affect individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Understanding the underlying causes and mechanisms of neurological pain and spinal diseases is essential for effective management and treatment.

At Satvik Hospital, we believe in addressing the root cause of neurological pain and spinal diseases rather than simply masking symptoms with medications. Our integrative approach combines the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda with modern naturopathic therapies to provide comprehensive and personalized treatment plans for our patients.

Through a combination of herbal remedies, dietary modifications, lifestyle interventions, acupuncture, yoga, and specialized therapies, we aim to restore balance to the body, alleviate pain, and promote optimal spinal health. Our team of experienced practitioners is dedicated to providing compassionate care and supporting our patients on their journey to wellness.

Satvik Hospital offers a holistic and vedic approach to ailments of spine (cervical and lumbar spondylosis, disc prolapse, Disc herniation), Paralysis, Deviated Nasal Septum, and Psoriasis.

Neurological pain originates from a complex interplay of various factors within the nervous system. It typically begins when nerves malfunction or they become damaged and they trigger abnormal signaling to the brain. This damage can happen because of various reasons such as injury, disease, or chronic conditions such as diabetes or multiple sclerosis. When nerve cells are injured, they may send pain signals even in the absence of a painful stimulus, leading to sensations of burning, stabbing, tingling, or shooting pain.


Moreover, the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, can also contribute to the perception of pain through a phenomenon known as central sensitization, where the nervous system becomes hypersensitive to pain signals. Understanding the multifaceted mechanisms behind how neurological pain starts is crucial for developing effective treatments and interventions to alleviate the suffering experienced by individuals with neuropathic conditions.

Spinal issues can arise from a variety of factors and conditions, often affecting the intricate structure of the spine, which plays a pivotal role in supporting our bodies and protecting the spinal cord. One common cause is degenerative changes that occur over time, such as disc degeneration, osteoarthritis, or spinal stenosis, which can lead to pain, reduced mobility, and spinal instability.

Additionally, traumatic injuries, like accidents or falls, can result in fractures, dislocations, or herniated discs. Poor posture and the repetitive strain of daily activities can contribute to conditions like herniated discs and muscle imbalances, causing discomfort and pain. Diseases such as scoliosis and infections in the spine can also lead to spinal issues. Finally, lifestyle factors, like obesity and lack of exercise, can place excessive stress on the spine, exacerbating existing problems or precipitating new ones.

Integrative medicine approaches the treatment of neurological disorders by considering a holistic perspective that combines conventional medical practices with complementary and alternative therapies to address the physical, emotional, and mental aspects of a patient’s well-being.

When it comes to neurological disorders, integrative medicine employs a multifaceted approach that can include components including, Medicine, Nutrition & Diet, Mind-Body Practices, Acupuncture, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation & Stress Management.

It’s important to note that the specific approach to treating neurological disorders in integrative medicine can vary depending on the disorder and the patient’s unique needs. Patients shall work closely with a healthcare team, which may include doctors, nutritionists, and other specialists, to create a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to their condition.

Maintaining a healthy spine is essential for overall well-being and can help prevent various spinal issues and discomfort. Here are some tips to promote spinal health:

  1. Good Posture: Maintain proper posture when sitting, standing, and walking. Keep your shoulders back, chest forward, and chin tucked in. Use ergonomic furniture and equipment if possible, especially when working at a desk or using a computer.
  2. Stay Active: Engage in regular exercise to strengthen the muscles that support your spine. Activities like walking, swimming, yoga, and core-strengthening exercises can help keep your spine strong and flexible.
  3. Proper Lifting Techniques: When lifting heavy objects, bend your knees and hips rather than your back. Keep the object close to your body, and use your leg muscles to lift, not your back. Avoid twisting while lifting.
  4. Ergonomic Work Environment: Ensure that your workspace is ergonomically designed. Your chair, desk, and computer should be adjusted to promote good posture. Use a chair with lumbar support to maintain the natural curve of your spine.
  5. Regular Stretching: Incorporate stretching exercises into your daily routine to maintain flexibility in your spine and surrounding muscles. Focus on stretches for your neck, shoulders, back, and hips.
  6. Maintain a Healthy Weight: Excess weight can put additional stress on your spine, especially the lower back. Maintaining a healthy weight can go a long way in avoiding spinal issues.