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Geetanjali Hiremath*, Syeda Ather Fathima, Shivalingappa J. Arakeri, Mohasin Kadegaon


Pain is a sensory and emotional experience. The emotional component is variable from person to person and in the same person from time to time. No matter however mild pain is anywhere in the body it causes a state of discomfort and affects the routine activities of a person. Pain can present in various ways like throbing pain in toothache, radiating pain in sciatica, burning pain in acid peptic disorders, mascular pain as in sprain, strain & spot injury and joit pain is due to inflammatory condition and many more. Pain is also categorized as acute and chronic on the basis of duration. Inspite of advanced researches in modern science, pain still remains as the major cause of suffering affecting the huge number of population in the world. Since all the current trends in the management of pain have lots of adverse side effects. Ayurveda explains the root cause of pain is vitiated vata dosha and once vata dosha is treated efficiently the pain subsides automatically. In this article, review of the various types of treatment modalities for pain management such as agnikarma, rakthamokshana, marma chikitsa, lepakarma, snehana, swedana, basti, sthanika basti, shirodhara has been discussed.

Keywords: Pain, agnikarma, rakthamokshana, marma chikitsa, lepa, snehana, swedana, basti,

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