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Ayurvedic Treatment for Wrist Pain

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Ayurvedic Treatment for Wrist Pain

WRIST PAIN Ayurvedic Treatment

Your doctor may physically examine you to:

  • Check your wrist for soreness, swelling or deformity
  • Check your wrist for movement to see if your range of motion has been decreased
  • Assess your grip strength and forearm strength

In some cases, your doctor may suggest imaging tests, or nerve tests.

  • X-rays.This is the most commonly used test for wrist pain. Using a small amount of radiation, X-rays can reveal bone fractures, as well as signs of arthritis.
  • CT scan: This scan can provide more-detailed views of the bones in your wrist and may help find fractures that don't show up on X-rays.
  • MRI scanThis test uses radio waves and a strong magnetic field to produce detailed images of your bones and soft tissues. For a wrist MRI, you may be able to insert your arm into a smaller device instead of whole-body MRI machine.
  • Ultrasound: This simple, non-invasive test can help visualize tendons, ligaments and any abnormal growth.

Diet Recommendations (Aahar)

Healthy dietary regimen can help in balancing aggravated Vata dosha and prevent painful wrists. This includes:3,4

  • Pulses: Black gram, wheat, barley.
  • Vegetables: Sesame seeds, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds as good sources of omega-3 fatty acids which reduce swelling and redness in muscles.
  • Dairy: milk and milk products as sources of Calcium
  • Fruits: Banana, pear, apple and other fruits rich in Calcium.

Lifestyle changes (Vihar)

Exercise and Yogasanas can help in rebuilding muscle agility and reducing pain. However, these practices are more preventing pain rather than curing it. They should not be performed when the joint pain is severe.5,6

Wrist exercise:

Manibandha naman (wrist bending) Manibandha chakra (wrist joint rotation)


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Dandasana Urdhva hastasana Bharadvajasana

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