Mr. V.V.D aged 44 years (Patient Identification Number 15107) visited Life Force on 17th November 2010 for the treatment of Cervical Spondylitis. He was suffering from Cervical Spondylitis since last 4 years. He also had vertigo for which he was taking tablet Vertin 8 mg with temporary relief.
He would get pain and stiffness in the neck region. He also had numbness and tingling sensation in the hand.
He was also suffering from hypertension for about 5 years for which he was undergoing conventional treatment.
He had an average appetite. He had marked craving for fish. His bowel and urination was normal but his sleep was disturbed due to cervical pain.
He was very mild and calm by nature. He would become anxious for small things. He was very particular about neatness and cleanliness. He was a perfectionist.
His mother was suffering from Hypertension and Rheumatoid Arthritis. His sister was also suffering from Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Dr. Rajesh Shah studied his case in detail and prescribed his research based medicines along with constitutional medicines for Cervical Spondylitis.
After 2 months of medication, his pain reduced by 70% but the stiffness persisted. His vertigo was much better. He was able to stop vertin 8mg.
After 4 months medications, significant improvement was seen in pain and stiffness. There was marked improvement in numbness and tingling sensation.
After significant improvement, at one point of time his Cervical Spondylitis was stable and no further improvement was seen. So, Dr. Shah made some necessary changes in the prescription for better results.
After 8 months of medications his Cervical Spondylitis reduced by 90%. His stiffness was much better. His numbness and tingling sensation was also better. Now, he gets pain only when there is over exertion but with minimal intensity.
He was completely satisfied with the treatment. He had tried Allopathic, Ayurveda, Physio-therapy, but the results were short lived.
He noted complete recovery in the pain, the tingling and numbness, which was a great point of worry for him as the orthopaedic doctor had hinted at surgery, if their was further disease progression.