Paraplegia Paralysis

Paraplegia Paralysis | Signs and Symptoms to look out for | Reasons behind Paraplegia | Effects for Paraplegia on the body

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Paraplegia Paralysis

Paraplegia More often than you know, a spinal cord injury tends to affect the lower limbs and is known as Paraplegia. It arises due to significant spinal cord and nervous system damage, resulting in loss of movement.

It is distinguished by partial paralysis, impairs the body’s functions from the waist down. Paraplegia occurs when the brain or spinal cord cannot function, and individuals lose sensation in that area.

Paraplegia is classified into two types: complete and incomplete. Complete Paraplegia occurs when an accident affects a person’s neurological system and entirely impairs physical motions. And in Partial Paraplegia, affected people may be able to move their limbs to some degree.

Paraplegia Symptoms to look out for

The inability to make some or any movements in the lower regions of the body freely is referred to as Paraplegia Paralysis. Impaired mobility typically affects the feet, legs, and toes and may or may not include the abdomen. Here are some of the causes of Paraplegia:

  • Lack of capacity to sense and move
  • No control over bowel and bladder movements
  • Intense discomfort or tingling in the trunk, legs, or pelvic region
  • Coughing and difficulty breathing
  • Sexual function and fertility may be compromised.

Reasons behind Paraplegia

Paralysis occurs when your brain cannot send messages to your lower body. Accidents are the source of many paraplegic injuries. Enlisted are the most common causes of Paraplegia caused by spinal cord damage:

  • Road traffic collisions caused by vehicles
  • Injuries caused by falls
  • Sports accidents and injuries are the most common, with diving being the most common.
  • Crime-related violence, such as shooting or being battered
  • Injuries caused by surgery or medicine

Specific injuries, such as diseases or congenital disabilities (hereditary abnormalities), can be non-traumatic. Other causes of Paraplegia include the following:

  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Hereditary spastic Paraplegia is an example of a genetic condition.
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Stroke
  • Infections found in the spinal cord or the brain
  • Brain or spinal cord cancer or tumors
  • Oxygen deprivation in the brain or spinal cord as a result of birth complications or choking

Many persons with Paraplegia seek a miraculous “Paraplegia cure” to reduce their symptoms. While it is believed that there is no known cure for it in all its forms, with Ayurvedic sciences, there are things people can take to hasten their rehabilitation (pace up their recovery) and possibly restore some or all of their leg functionality.

Effects of Paraplegia on the body

Paraplegia is a dynamic disease in which symptoms may change from person to person. While some people heal quickly, others may require time to return to their daily lives. Enlisted are all the ways that Paraplegia may affect a body:

  • Mobility is reduced or lost entirely from the waist down.
  • Sensation loss in the place of injury
  • Libido decline and sexual appetite loss
  • Depression or erratic mood swings
  • Electrical feelings, unidentified pain, or phantom sensations in the lower body
  • Involuntary bowel and/or bladder movements
  • Chronic discomfort
  • Lesions or infections at the location of the injury
  • Bedsores and skin problems
  • Weight gain is a common side effect of Paraplegia, significantly when limited physical activity and nutrition are not adjusted correspondingly.

SRIAAS Treatment for Paraplegic Paralysis

Let us walk you through our treatment plan, which has been proven to be highly beneficial to our patients. First, here’s how the treatment is initiated – computerized CT Scan for a better understanding of the severity of the injury, X-rays to examine any tumours or fractures in the spine, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to test for blood clots or any mass formation that may compress the spinal cord. Once we understand the issue and its roots, we move on to the next phase, designing a completely customized Ayurvedic treatment for Paraplegic patients. Based on the patient’s condition, food choices, age, and other related factors, we craft a medicine, exercise, and diet regimen to ensure an all-rounder treatment. Our team of our doctors are dedicated to providing the best organic or natural treatment possible because we believe that nature has all the answers.

Paraplegia Treatment Facts

Early treatment options include medication and traction for immobilization – surgery or experimental treatments are additional options that may or may not be considered. However, doctors focus on preventing secondary disorders such as bowel and bladder disturbances, blood clots, pressure ulcers, and respiratory infections while the patient receives treatment. The length of any hospitalization must be determined according to the patient’s condition. In the instance of full Paraplegia, emerging technology may be able to restore movement. Recovery might begin as soon as the first week, or it can take up to six months. And whatever the challenges, advanced Ayurvedic science is ready to tackle them all.


The reading parts above were carefully placed under certain subject lines to assist you understand what Paraplegia is and how to treat it in the long run. For years, no practice or prescription was thought to aid in the treatment of Paraplegia Paralysis. However, our team at SRIAAS has been working hard to eradicate that misconception.

Paraplegia is one of the four types of Paralysis that we treat, and we’ve had some wonderful success stories over the years. Our Ayurvedic techniques have no negative effects and helps patients stay healthy. We hope that this exclusive read will help you self-diagnose the ailment, if necessary, and subsequently obtain the proper therapy, preferably within the first few hours or as soon as possible.