Joint Pain

Chakra Location

All 7 chakras are involved

Dosha Imbalance

Three Dosha

Joint Pain and Ayurveda: A Practical Guide

Common causes of joint pain include injury, arthritis, and the effects of leading an unhealthy lifestyle. In modern times, not only do the elderly experience bone and joint pain, but even teenagers and young adults.

Bones and joints are under the purview of Ayurveda's Vata dosha. Vata is characterised by empty space, and bone joints have a lot of it. In Ayurveda, the joints are seen to have a significant relationship with the nerve tissue and the neurological system as a whole, and the quality of the bone tissue is thought to have a profound effect on the joints.

How the Ayurvedic session with our doctor help you prevent joint and bone pain?

Getting an Ayurvedic diagnosis and treatment for joint pain is like getting a whole body checkup; the first order of business is the Agni and ama operation, as a healthy digestive fire and the elimination of waste products, or toxins, are fundamental to human well-being.

Therapy & treatment with Ayurveda is a step towards a long-term result - a healthy body and the joy of living using various Ayurvedic methods, herbal medication, Ayurvedic massage therapy, yoga - depends on each individual's disease problem and the recommendations of the Ayurvedic doctor.

An Ayurvedic prescription for strong bones and joints:

Daily exercise, such as yoga or brisk walks, can improve blood flow and speed up the elimination of toxins from the body, and so can the regular practise of a series of moderate joint rotations.

  • Practice Pranayama either indoors or out of doors.
  • Maintain diet and eat clean for healthy tissues and joints
  • Take at least 15 minutes of daily sun exposure to help keep vitamin D levels stable, which in turn helps keep bones strong.

A person's ability to adapt to new situations and levels of life is reflected in the presence or absence of joint illnesses. Condemnation, whether it be of the government, of life, of other people, or oneself, is a form of covert violence that can manifest as pain in the joints if one is not pliable.

Which parts of the body are affected:
Entire human skeleton from head to toe, including the knees, ankles, shoulders, hip joints, and finger bones

Chakra Location, Dosha Imbalance, and Emotions that Block

Chakra Location
Muladhara – Root  Chakra
1st chakra – the base of the spine

Dosha Imbalance: Vata
Air, Ether

Emotions that Block
Criticism; condemnation; violence against oneself, including others; anger; rage; hatred