Swastik Kalupada Ghat Seka Clinic
Kalupada Seka also known as the heat therapy, is an ayurvedic treatment that traces its roots to the ancient India. It is our age-old healing system that uses herbal medicines, diet, exercise, massage and the heat therapy to heal Bone fracture, Spondilytis, Joint pain, Back pain and Sciatica pain.
It provides relief from the bone fractures and muscle injuries by combining the heat therapy alongwith the healing power of herbal medicines.

When a patient comes with a broken/fractured bone, we examine the x-ray of the fractured part. Then we decide whether to apply kalupada seka (heat therapy) first or bandage the affected body part with a special herbal mixture.

But usually the herbal mixture made of different medicinal herbs which has the ability to cure the pain and stiffness, is bound around the affected body part for 2-4 weeks. Some small pieces of bamboo stick may be used to support the fractured bone. This duration of the bandage is set after examining the condition of the affected broken bone of the patient. After this the fractured bone gets healed up to some extent. This bandage is changed in every four days with new herbal mixture. This herbal mixture along with the oil penetrates into the skin easily and helps in calcium formation at the affected part thus giving a faster recovery.

After this period, the next part of the healing process starts by using Kalupada seka(heat therapy) which is applied on the fractured part. This is done by the following process: First of all, herbal oil is applied above the skin of the fractured or the swollen part. Then on a bandage some herbal oils and potion is kept on the affected area and heat is applied by the help of a hot iron rod. The patient only feels the heat as he/she can bear. The patient has to continue this daily as directed by our Kabiraj. This treatment is very popular in Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha and other areas of the state as well.
Bone Fracture

A fracture is often referred to as a broken bone. Fractures are a common occurrence when the physical force exerted on a bone is stronger than the bone itself. Most of the Bone fractures occur due to accidents, falls or any other type of hit. Even an unfortunate slip can lead to serious bone fractures and even worse.

Your risk of fracture depends partly on your age. Broken bones are very common in childhood, although children's fractures are generally less complicated than fractures in adults. Older people, whose bones are more brittle, are more likely to get fractures from falls that would not have the same effect on younger people.


>> Symptoms of Bone Fracture <<
  • Swelling or bruising over a bone.
  • Deformity of an arm or leg.
  • Pain in the injured area that gets worse when the area is moved or pressure is applied.
  • Loss of function in the injured area.
  • In compound fractures, bone protruding from the skin.

>> Bone Fracture Treatment <<
To treat fractured bones, first the x-ray of the fractured part is examined. Then, on a bandage the herbal mixture made of different medicinal herbs which has the ability to cure the pain and stiffness, is bound around the affected body part for 2-4 weeks. Some small pieces of bamboo stick may be used to support the fractured bone. This duration of the bandage is set after examining the condition of the affected broken bone. After this the fractured bone gets healed upto some extent. This bandage is changed in every four days with new herbal mixture. This herbal mixture along with the oil penetrates into the skin easily and helps in calcium formation at the affected part thus giving a faster recovery.
After this period, the next part of the healing process starts by using Kalupada seka(heat therapy) which is applied on the fractured part. This is done by the following process: First of all, herbal oil is applied above the skin of the fractured or the swollen part. Then on a bandage some herbal oils and potion is kept on the affected area and heat is applied by the help of a hot iron rod. The patient only feels the heat as he/she can bear. The patient has to continue this daily as directed by our Kabiraj.


Spondilytis

Spondylitis is one of the most common causes of back and neck pain and is essentially the result of an inflammation of the vertebral joints. The problem with detecting the condition is the fact that it develops rather under the radar and only comes to prominence once the condition has fully developed – at which time the amount of pain and suffering it causes is substantial. The pain is usually concentrated around the cervical region of the neck, shoulder and lower spine with the instances and stings of pain flowing further downwards. ‘What is spondylitis’ will defer from instance to instance because of the fact that the condition categorizes three main types. The three versions of spondylitis are: cervical spondylitis – which affects the cervical spine, causing the pain to spread towards the back of the neck; lumbar spondylitis – which causes the pain in the lumbar region; and ankylosing spondylitis- which is primarily a disease that affects the sacroiliac joints – causing stiffness in the neck, jaw, shoulders, hips and knees.


>> Symptoms of Spondylitis <<
  • Pain and stiffness: Constant pain and stiffness in the low back, buttocks, and hips that continue for more than three months. Spondylitis often starts around the sacroiliac joints, where the sacrum (the lowest major part of the spine) joins the ilium bone of the pelvis in the lower back region.
  • Bony fusion: Ankylosing spondylitis can cause an overgrowth of the bones, which may lead to abnormal joining of bones, called "bony fusion." Fusion affecting bones of the neck, back, or hips may impair a person's ability to perform routine activities. Fusion of the ribs to the spine or breastbone may limit a person's ability to expand his or her chest when taking a deep breath.
  • Pain in ligaments and tendons: Spondylitis also may affect some of the ligaments and tendons that attach to bones. Tendonitis (inflammation of the tendon) may cause pain and stiffness in the area behind or beneath the heel, such as the Achilles tendon at the back of the ankle.

>> Spondylitis Treatment <<
Spondylitis treatment is done by using kalupada seka and massage over the affected body part.







Joint Pain

Joint pain is discomfort that arises from any joint — the point where two or more bones meet. Joint pain is sometimes called arthritis or arthralgia. Joint pain can be mild, causing some soreness each time you move your joint. Or joint pain can be severe, making it impossible to use your joint. Joint pain is rarely an emergency. Generally a person having this problem feels Pain, swelling, stiffness, and/or warmth in the joints. In the absence of an injury, pain in one or more joints often is caused by inflammation or infection.


>> Symptoms of Joint Pain <<
  • Pain in a weight-bearing joint like the knee or hip in an elderly individual.
  • Pain in the big toe.
  • Joint pain with skin lesions.
  • Symmetrical joint pain with morning stiffness.
  • Pain that migrates from one joint to another symmetrically on both sides of the body.

>> Joint Pain Treatment <<
Joint Pain treatment is done by using kalupada seka and massage over the affected body part.


Back Pain

Back pain is pain felt in the back that usually originates from the muscles, nerves, bones, joints or other structures in the spine. Back pain can be divided anatomically: neck pain, middle back pain, lower back pain or tailbone pain.
Back pain may be sudden and sharp or it may be dull and if persistent for more than a week it might result in tension, soreness or stiffness of back muscles. Pain may aggravate with slightest of movement or even with coughing and sneezing. It may also be accompanied with numbness and tingling in the arms or legs.

Nighttime Back Pain
The majority of people with back pain are able to adjust how they sleep to get relief from the pain they experience during the day. But with nighttime back pain -- also called nocturnal back pain -- the hurting doesn't stop when a person lies down, no matter what adjustments he or she makes. For some, the pain actually gets worse. And for others, the pain doesn't even start until they lie down.
A person can actually go through a day virtually pain-free. But then at night, he or she might find it nearly impossible to get a full night's sleep.


>> Symptoms of Back Pain <<
  • Persistent aching or stiffness anywhere along your spine, from the base of the neck to the tail bone.
  • Sharp, localized pain in the neck, upper back, or lower back -- especially after lifting heavy objects or engaging in other strenuous activity. (Pain in the upper back can also be a sign of a heart attack or other life-threatening conditions.)
  • Chronic ache in the middle or lower back, especially after sitting or standing for extended periods.
  • Back pain that radiates from the low back to the buttock, down the back of the thigh, and into the calf and toes.
  • Inability to stand straight without having severe muscle spasms in the low back.
  • You feel numbness, tingling, or weakness in your arms or legs. This may signal damage to the spinal cord.
  • Inability to stand straight without having severe muscle spasms in the low back.

>> Back Pain Treatment <<
Back Pain treatment is done by using kalupada seka and massage over the affected body part.




Sciatica Pain

Sciatica is a common type of pain affecting the sciatic nerve, a large nerve extending from the lower back down the back of each leg.

Sciatica usually affects only one side of the lower body. Often, the pain extends from the lower back all the way through the back of the thigh and down through the leg. Depending on where the sciatic nerve is affected, the pain may also extend to the foot or toes.
For some people, the pain from sciatica can be severe and debilitating. For others, the sciatica pain might be infrequent and irritating, but has the potential to get worse.


>> Symptoms of Sciatica Pain <<
  • Pain in the rear or leg that is worse when sitting.
  • Burning or tingling down the leg.
  • Weakness, numbness, or difficulty moving the leg or foot.
  • A constant pain on one side of the rear.
  • A shooting pain that makes it difficult to stand up.

>> Sciatica Pain Treatment <<
Sciatica Pain treatment is done by using kalupada seka and massage over the affected body part.


















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