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Knee pain due to ligament
In 2014, I fell down a staircase and suffered a ligament tear in my right knee. The doctor said I should rest and not move my knee at all, or else undergo a surgery. But with a new born baby it was completely impossible. Now it's been almost 2 years since then and still my pain at times gets unbearable. I can't run, exercise or bend comfortably. The pain is somewhat throbbing at the sides. Allopathic treatment has given me just one option of surgery or pain killers.Can Ayurveda help me?
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Yes AYURVEDA can definitely help in your condition.all u need is Panchkarma therapy This therapy will cure ur knee pain hundred percent.u can msg me for more details
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basti karma,janu basti is best for ligament tear.consult nearest ayur panchakrma clinic
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