Paralysis denotes the impairment or loss of motor function in one or multiple muscles. In certain instances, it may coincide with a diminishment of sensory perception, commonly referred to as sensory loss, within the affected area due to sensory damage.

Key Points
  1. Motor Function Impairment: Paralysis manifests as a notable reduction or complete cessation of motor function. This condition can affect various muscle groups, leading to limitations in movement and coordination.
  2. Accompanying Sensory Loss: Concurrently, paralysis may be coupled with sensory loss, where the affected area experiences a decrease or absence of sensory perception. This additional facet underscores the complexity and varied presentations of paralysis.
  1. Impact on Quality of Life: The ramifications of paralysis extend beyond physical limitations, significantly influencing the individual’s overall quality of life. Mobility, independence, and daily activities may be profoundly affected.
  2. Diverse Manifestations: Paralysis can manifest in diverse forms, ranging from localized muscle impairment to more widespread and comprehensive motor function loss. Understanding these nuances is pivotal in tailoring effective treatment strategies.
Holistic Approach to Treatment
  1. Multidisciplinary Care: Addressing paralysis necessitates a multidisciplinary approach, involving medical professionals, physiotherapists, and rehabilitation specialists to provide comprehensive care.
  2. Individualized Interventions: Tailoring interventions based on the specific type and extent of paralysis ensures a personalized treatment plan, optimizing the chances of recovery and enhancing overall well-being.

Line of treatment for Paralysis/Stroke

1. Consultation & Investigation

Patients receive thorough consultations by our experienced doctors upon arrival. Diagnostic investigations, including CT scans and blood examinations, are conducted when necessary. Referrals to specialized doctors are made based on the diagnostic outcomes, ensuring precise and targeted treatment plans.

2. Ayurvedic Treatment

Nadi Parikshan is performed by our Ayurvedic experts to assess the patient’s condition. Doshas are defined based on the examination, and tailored Panchakarma therapy is administered for 7 days. Treatment intensity and duration are adjusted according to the severity of the disease and individual patient requirements.

3. Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture specialists conduct a thorough examination to identify meridian points for treatment. Targeted acupuncture sessions are provided over 10 days, addressing specific patient needs.

4. Physiotherapy Treatment

Patients are referred to the physiotherapy department for a comprehensive examination of strengths and weaknesses. Tailored physiotherapy treatments, aligned with the disease, are administered over 10 days.

5. Speech Therapy

Specialized speech therapists work with stroke patients to address speech challenges, including slurred speech, aphasia, and slow speech. Specific exercises are employed to improve speech and enhance communication skills.

6. Yoga & Meditation

Each day begins with invigorating yoga sessions guided by trained mentors. Yoga forms the foundation of all therapies, promoting overall well-being. Meditation sessions contribute to disease healing and improve mental health, fostering a holistic approach to recovery.

7. Diet & Nutrition

Our dedicated dieticians create personalized diet charts based on disease, age, and body mass index. Proper nutrition complements other treatments, aiding in disease recovery, improving immunity, and preventing future ailments.

  • Holistic Approach:
  • Asha Kendra’s integrated approach combines multiple therapies with modern medical science for optimal patient outcomes.
  • Three decades of experience and thousands of successfully rehabilitated patients attest to the effectiveness of our unique therapy.

At Asha Kendra, we are committed to restoring both physical and mental well-being through our comprehensive and individualized paralysis/stroke treatment programs.


In grasping the intricacies of paralysis, recognizing its impact on both motor function and sensory perception is crucial. By embracing a holistic approach to treatment and individualized interventions, we strive to mitigate the challenges posed by paralysis and facilitate a path towards enhanced functionality and improved quality of life.