ISSN Print: 2277-4343
Article: UNDERSTANDING SANDHIMUKTA IN AYURVEDA WITH SPECIAL EXPLANATION OF SHOULDER JOINT DISLOCATION: A REVIEW
Article Category: Review articles
Author: Aishwarya S *, Siddayya Aradhyamath, Gokul J
Abstract: Dislocation is defined as the total loss of contact between two ends of bones in a joint which are clinical emergencies that require prompt reduction and early treatment. Any delay in reduction may result in potential damage to the joints which are devoid of synovial fluid. Ayurvedic classics have enlisted the traumatic consequences of an individual under Kandabhagna and Sandhimukta which are of 12 and 6 varieties respectively. Owing to the severity in agony of the patient and impairment in motor functions which calls for an accurate diagnosis and immediate reduction, a humble effort is put forward in understanding the classical view of Sandhimukta along with the explanation of Shoulder joint Dislocation.
Keyword: Dislocation, Kandabhagna, Sandhimukta