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Rhumatoid arthritis

My mother underwent cervical spine surgery recently. Her joints are stiff & deformed. She feel's tingling & burning sensation in hands & feet. please suggest me what to do? No fall down history. I have attached her reports.
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Your mother is having multiple joint problems with nerv involvement . It needs Panchakarma treatments with medication for some times to help her to gain normal movement of joints and reduced muscle and nerve tension.
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Apply balashwagandhadi taila affected joints
Take rest and avoid exercises and gym
Avoid heavy food nonveg bakery food gassy food chiiled food
Give her ginger giloy decoction daily
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Panchakarma treatments like pizhichil Basti pichu Nasya will help her. Ayurveda medicines like trayodashang guggulu, balarista cervilon cap etc help in reducing the problems
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sunil Suthar Ahmedabad | General Physician
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ok ! got it ! in this case we can try to resolve the prob, you can start sinhnad guggulu 2 caps thrice in a day with maharasnadi kwatham 4 tea spoon full twice in a day ! cap. trayodashang guggulu 2 caps thrice in a day ! castor oil 1 tea spoon full at bed time with luke warm water ! take ginger powder 1 tea spoon full in milk/Tea / coffee which she prefers in the morning ! luke warm water in a day for drink , ruksha waluka swed can apply on effected part !
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Dr. Ankur Delhi | Ayurveda
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Use griva basti with prasarni oil ,give her tryodashang gugulu
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Kindly show to Ayurvedic physician it's better to see patient directly for detail history.
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