really i agree with you anna not making false promises we can treat the cases with in our knowledge definitely enhace our dignity ang the pride of our science. i used to treat the pts with sprains with the bandage of murivenna and got good results.but i confirm absence of fracture with xray and proceed for the treatment. really good and simple techinque
Who can deny the greatness of Sushruta ? It is the concepts documented by him still makes the rounds in many a surgical cases. The concept of stapling method used in the intestinal surgeries, had already been documented by The Father of SURGERY (& not that of Indian Surgery alone ), in the form of making a pipeelika bite the approximated layers of intestine, and later cutting it's head. A scene depicting the usage of Pipeelika was picturised in a recent English movie
Sir, Firstly thanks a lot for such an eye opener for all MS (Sahlya) Physicians who are confined to the rooms of kshar sutra. I really appreciate your depth of the subject and practical application of Sushruta Samhita in todays scenario. Sir, you have always been an excellent tutor and the manner in which you frame your words automatically develops ones interest in the subject. Sir, Your confidence in treatment of such unique cases comes from the knowledge and your knowledge is the result of MS from Mecca Medina of Ayurveda (BHU). I am just a BAMS Graduate and its been many years since I studied Shalya Tantra. As the practical application of shalya cases are almost next to nil in our routine OPD practice, the knowledge of suhsruta samhita in my mind cells have been on a downhill and at present it is almost at the verge of extinction. After reading your case, a thunderstrom is underway in my soul regarding my medical practice and suddenly I am finding myself in the shoes of a surgeon. After a few moments of such exhilaration, my soul returns to its roots when I think about the terms like Fat Embolism, Internal Bleeding, Arterial Paths, Nerve Paths and other such complexities involved in the fracture case. Then I come closer to reality and looking at my stethoscope, I wonder, Can I really treat a Fracture Case ? The answer is YES, but only after getting training of the pros and cons of such cases and a live demonstration with Dr. Divakar Ji. Sir, Certianly BAMS Graduate is very much educated and skilled to handle a case of simple bone line fracture with utmost ease and comfort, but the first attempt must be under some able tutor like you. MS People can however do it on their own, as they are having the knowledge of surgical aspects and thus the level of confidence is slightly higher as compared to a BAMS Graduate. Sir, this case will certainly be a benchmark Case on this website, as as far as I think and feel, till date, no BAMS Graduate might have thought of treating a fracture case even in remotest dreams and you have made it all look so simple. You are like a coach of Ayurveda, where you imply faith and confidence in people like us and give us the courage to fight with any disease of whatsoever nature. Sir, we are all hats off to you for another gem of a case presented by the genius mind of Dr. Divakar Ji. Sadar Pranam evam Pai Lagu
sirjee namaskaar, mein practice mein success hoon ya nahi yeh mein kum sochta hoon...aur mujhse mere juniors kitna seekhte hain....iski zyaada chinta hoti hai...hum se behtar log iss web site mein bahut hai...woh sab mere liye inspiration...unlogon mein aap bhi ho...thank you for your dil ki battein....taarif karna bhi ek art hai(woh bhi dil se)...yeh anokhi art koi aap se seekhe...
thank you sirjee for your inputs...murivenna tel contains palaandu(onion) as one of its ingriedents i think...am i right sir?yes i know many hospitals ..like you mentioned..but i want every graduate should do it.
sir,aap kamaal ke ho...pahle photo keliye bole ab to umr keliye wah jee wah...aap waaki bahut kamaalmkeho.... ayu se jyaada anubhavi se aadar aa jaataa hogaa am rt?please correct me.as i have great respect for your replies...thank you sir.
GREAT GREAT & JUST GREAT !!!!! DR DIVAKER YOU ARE THE ONLY PERSON WHO HONESTLY SHARE EXPERIENCES . WE ALL KNOW BAMS MEANS BACHELOR OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINES & SURGERY MOST OF US KNOWINGLY AVOID AYURVEDIC SURGERY PART & STICK TO ONLY MEDICINE PART ; ALSO MANY OF US RUN AWAY FROM ACUTE CONDITION OF PATIENT WE NOT EVEN THINK OF ITS AYURVEDIC NIDAN ! WE HAVE LIMITED OUR PRACTICE TO CHRONIC DISEASES LIKE ARTHRITIS ; TODAY'S NON CURABLE AIDS & BEAUTY TREATMENTS WHERE OTHER SYSTEM OF MEDICINES ARE NOT GIVING RESULTS . DR RAO'S BONE SETTING CASE SHOULD BE AN INSPIRATION TO ALL AYURVEDA PRACTITIONERS ; YES WE SHOULD OPEN OUR OWN SAMHITAS & START PRACTISING ADVANCED ; APPLIED ; SUPER- SPECILATY AYURVEDA !!!!!
Masterly blending of wisdom with intelligence. We never tried our old methods because of so many reasons and the foremost is lack of confidence which is the resultant of low standard of education in our institutions. This case is an eye opener as Dr. Nakra ji rightly said. Certain things to be remembered X-Ray is the must. Without this you may not be able to know the things which Dr. Rao explain. Have confidence but avoid over confidence. In areas where x-rays facilities are not available we can help patient by applying splint as dr. Rao suggested. In fact all such experties requires initiation and guidance from some Guru. I remember Dr. Awasth lectures in Pilibhit Ayurvedic college was B.A.M.S and perform all types of ortho surgeries including compound fractures. Another great surgeon Dr. K. K. Thakral always used to recite verses from Sushrut or other text relating to the case or about the procedure explained by our great saints. I was resident medical officer there and only one to assist both of them. I enjoyed those days very much and if i have any confidence that because of those days. We must keep each and every word of Dr. Rao's advice as the words of Geeta. Thanks
Once again.... Dr. T. at his best ! To open the pages which were just read to write some answers in the exams is really commendable. To practice such therapies, u certainly need some basic things as Dr. Surendra sir stated. It is age old practice, but due to lack of proper guidance or lack of proper teaching, some therapies got sidelined. Thanks Dr. T. Sir. Sir I have one query. What is the longform of " T " ?
A good initiation of Motivation from a Surgeon of Dedication towards education. Most of the valuable suggestions with regards to the Mx of ????, provided by you, will be valuable and Inspiring to many of us. Hats off to you Sir.
sir firstly i congratulate on successfully treting ur pt. So rightly brought the big topic for disscusion . WE are not using the knowledge of THE GREAT SUSRUTA properly.He had us with ocean of knowledge but the problem is that we dont have confidence . sir I am doing these type of procedure like POP in fracture , cyst removal, kharsutra in piles , sphinrectomy, paracentesis and many more for the last 3 yr . so U rightly said when mbbs can do it why not WE. sir i dont have any experiance in AGNI KARMA if u r doing it then share with us ur experiance.
?? ?? ?? ????? ?? ????? Ayurveda coolge Shalya dept. is running a special OP Fracture &doing without the help of single Modern drug no surgical cases Even few private nursing homes where only with the help of Ayurveda they are managing more than 100 pts /day without seeing no one can belive but true because i had seen
boss ko pranaam..aap ne raasta dikhaaya....hum usi raaste se bina chappal ke guzar rahe hai..aap ke bharose...kaante aap ke paon mein chub rahe hai...satark hum ho rahe hai...this type of rare qualities ..must for a senior...and you are apt for the role...
every time when i read your case posting, i wonder how much knowledge and energy we should store to have knowledge like you..but we promise we are going to disappoint you,we will pledge to devout our self in ayurveda only.....keep encouraging us THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN...
Our clinic works like a casualty clinic which treats day to day common trauma and clinical injuries like various degrees of sprains, dislocations, lumbago, sciatica, muscle spasms along with serious cases like fractures, dislocations of the joints, stretched ligaments and other serious conditions that arise due to trauma, falls or sports injuries etc. We also treat a number of cases after long term treatments in modern hospitals for various problems like post surgical immobilization and joint stiffness. On an average we treat more than 5-10 fracture cases of various bones daily. In case of fractures: use of Thylams or medicated oils having Vrana shodana, vrana ropana, shoola hara, shopha hara herbal oil preparations are used for massaging and binding the injured part as a dressing and bandaged with bamboo splints to immobilize the injured area after closed reduction with mild traction of the fractured bone. Usual time taken for complete healing of fractured bone is 45 days with bandages done on an OPD basis at regular intervals. The initial 2-3 Bandages with oil is done on alternate days, followed by a herbal plaster bandage which solidifies when dry (special medicinal tablets or Marma Gutika ground into a fine paste in eggs white). The bandage sets into a rigid cast at the same time allowing breathing for the skin which is removed in a week time and re-bandaged after oil massage. The patients need only the first few days of rest at home and usually go back to work and resume their normal life even with the bandage.
Sir, aap to mahaan hai sir apki jitni tarif karu utni kam hai. sir mera dil waise hi karta hai ki nayi nayi cheeze sikhu har wo procedure sikhu jo muje nhi ata aur modern world ke har sawal ka jawab dene ki kabliat rakhu aur apke articles parne ke baad to meri wo jwala aur adhik prabalta se jalne lagti hai. sir aap to murde me bhi jaan daldo ,im glad ki aap jaise seniors hai jo muje aur mere jaise kayi newcomers ka sahi aur uchit margdarshan me hamesha tatpar rhte hain.thanx alot sir.sir maine apne thesis k bare me kuch further guidance leni thi apse i tried to send u a mail on ur gmail id bt send hi nhi hui.shud i send u a mail on ur dis profile.guide me sir and plz reply sooon. REGARDS & THANX DR.UPASANA PRIYA