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What is Agnikarma

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Agnikarma (Intentional Heat burn Therapy) is one of the most effective Anushastram™ procedure mentioned for the management of pain which is done with the help of shalaka (metal probe). Agnikarma we use routinely in Dermatology, Cosmetology and in Surgical cases. This unique procedure helps in relieving pain in various painful conditions chiefly of Musculoskeletal pain like Parshnishool (heel pain- Calcaneal spur), Sandhigatavata (Osteoarthritis), Avabahuk (Frozen shoulder); According to Ayurveda, due to Ushna guna produced during helps in pacification of Vata-Kapha Dosha and helps in increasing the Dhatvagni thereby reducing pain.

Definition of Agnikarma
Combination of two words - Agni and Karma (i.e. fire and procedure). In short we can said as a procedure done by Agni for treating a disease.
Agnikarma Techniques
Agnikarma (Thermal Cautery) is an Ancient Medical Technique derived from the Indian system of medicine, Ayurveda.The technique of Agnikarma has been designed to relieve various skin, muscular and joint disorders.Agnikarma is effective in conditions of acute pain, as well as chronic pain. Also use in Dermatology like Eczema, Corn, Cyst. In Cosmetology like Wartz, Mole. In Surgical Cases like Inguinal Hernia, Umbilical Hernia, Onchiomycosis.
Benefits of Agnikarma
1. Can be done any time irrespective of season, day, night etc., 2. No Side Effects, 3. Requires less time, 4. OPD Level Process, no admision required, 5. Immediate results., 6. No mark at Agnikarma site after procedure.
Agnikarma Use In
1. Wart, 2. Calcaneal spus,

3. Plaster fasciitis 4. Ankle Sprain

5. Heal Pain, 6. Corn

7. Osteoarthritis, 8. Pile

9. skin tag, 10. Small Tumour

11. Pile 12. Bleeding

13. Tennis Elbow ( Disease of tendons and ligaments ) 14. Vrana ( Wound non healing, elevated margin, hard, numbness)

15. Non elevated mole, 16. Hernia Inguinal, Umbilical- reducible, 17. Frozen Shoulder

18. Tremor and Palsy, 19. Cramps, 20. Sciatica, 21. Tingling sensation of foot, constant tingling sensation

22. Brachial neuritis, radioulnar neuritis, 23. Ankle Sprain

24. Fibromyalgia, Disease / Spastic disease of tendon and ligament

25. Trigeminal Neuralgia, 26. Torticollis or Neck rigidity, 27. Lock Jaw

28. Cervical spondylitis/spondylosis, 29. PID Prolapse intervertebral disc etc.

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