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Nadi Vaidyam is a treatment in the truest sense
of the word. Using special manual techniques, we can treat dysfunctions of the
spine and the joints which are caused by certain blockages.
The human spine consists of 7 cervical vertebrae, 12 dorsal vertebrae and 5
crucial vertebrae as well as the sacrum and the coccyx. Blockages causing pain
and troubles after some time especially occur in smaller vertebral joints. Yet,
blockages do not only occur in the spine, but also in all other joints.
Sometimes such blockages have already existed for a long time (since earliest
childhood), without having been detected. Usually, blockages may only be
detected by means of Nadi Vaidyam examination methods. Blockages may be caused
by lateral stress, malposition, falls, and internal diseases.
Touching and rubbing a body (with a variety of styles & techniques), to
stimulate the elimination of toxins, to relax tired aching muscles, and/or to
release all body/mind tensions. There are hundreds of techniques (modalities);
most proclaim that in the Western world, Swedish is the origin of them all.
The actual treatment is divided into several steps: Contact – meaning that the
hands touch the blocked area of the spine or the joint and thus create a state
of tension in this area. Traction – before the actual impulse we feel where the
liberation of the blockage lies. Impulses – the final impulse after the first
traction is minimal and quick just like an i-dot of the preparing measures. This
dot may – yet does not have to – be accompanied by a crack.
Nadi Vaidyam is a branch of the healing arts which is based upon the
understanding that good health depends, in part, upon a normally functioning
nervous system (especially the spine, and the nerves extending from the spine to
all parts of the body). Nadi Vaidyam stresses the idea that the cause of many
disease processes begins with the body's inability to adapt to its environment.
It looks to address these diseases not by the use of drugs and chemicals, but by
locating and adjusting a musculoskeletal area of the body which is functioning
Nadi Vaidyam practioner uses a standard procedure of examination to diagnose a
patient's condition and arrive at a course of treatment. Practioners use the
same time-honored methods of consultation, case history, physical examination,
laboratory analysis and x-ray examination as any other doctor. In addition, they
provide a careful structural examination, paying particular attention to the
spine. The examination of the spine to evaluate structure and function is what
makes Nadi Vaidyam different from other health care procedures. Your spinal
column is a series of movable bones which begin at the base of your skull and
end in the center of your hips. Thirty-one pairs of spinal nerves extend down
the spine from the brain and exit through a series of openings. The nerves leave
the spine and form a complicated network which influences every living tissue in
Accidents, falls, stress, tension, overexertion, and countless other factors can
result in a displacements or derangements of the spinal column, causing
irritation to spinal nerve roots. These irritations are often what cause
malfunctions in the human body. Nadi Vaidyam teaches that reducing or
eliminating this irritation to spinal nerves can cause your body to operate more
efficiently and more comfortably. Nadi Vaidyam also places an emphasis on
nutritional and exercise programs, wellness and lifestyle modifications for
promoting physical and mental health. While Nadi Vaidyam practioners make no use
of drugs or surgery, at times they refer patients for medical care when those
interventions are indicated. In fact Nadi Vaidyam practioners, medical doctors,
physical therapists and other health care professionals now work as partners in
a wide variety of other rehabilitation practices.
treatments for incurable diseases like sciatica, arthritis, spondylitis,
paralysis, polio, spinal cord injury, disk dislocation visit