Publications: World Journal of Biology Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Article link: https://wjbphs.com/content/case-vasculitic-neuropathy-successful-healing-using-yoga-prana-vidya-ypv-healing-protocols
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Rajni Pinjani , YPV associate certified healer and trainer, Raipur, Chhattisgarh.
Sunder Balaji, YPV associate certified healer and trainer, YPV Ashram, Thally.
Dr. Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri, Consultant, Research &. Publications, Yoga Prana Vidya Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Thally-635118 Tamil Nadu, India.
Introduction: Vasculitic neuropathy is a condition in a patient when there is inflammation in the blood vessels supplying peripheral nerves, often causing both sensory and motor dystunction, Showing up as unusual sensations, numbness, and weakness of the muscles in the period, and recovery may take several months to years from case to case. Yoga Prana Vidya healing protocols were used as complementary medicine in the case presented in this paper to achieve speedy and effective recovery.
Results: Patient started feeling relied in pain as healing started, and felt relaxed. There were no other noticeable side effects of medicines. The patient fully recovered within o months of YPV healing and further healings were discontinued.
Conclusions: The YPV healings enabled the patient complementary to the prescribed medication to recover from vasculitis condition physically and emotionally, and also reducing drug induced side effects. Further research recommended. It will be beneficial to frontline health workers to acquire some working knowledge of YPV healing to complement their specialities to holistically heal the patients.