Acta Scientific Women's Health (ASWH)(ISSN: 2582-3205)

Case Report Volume 3 Issue 11

Successful Healing Treatment of Kneecap (Patellar) Dislocation of a Teen Female Patient Using Yoga Prana Vidya System Protocols without Surgery: A Case Report

Meena Dholakia1, Ikshita Tandon2, Dhaval Dholakia3 and Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri4*

1Certified YPV HEALER, Senior YPV Trainer, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
2Associate Certified YPV Healer, YPV L1 Trainer, New Delhi, India
3Yoga Prana Vidya Arhat Trainer and Practitioner, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
4Consultant, Research and Publications, Yoga Prana Vidya Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Tamilnadu, India

*Corresponding Author: Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri, Consultant, Research and Publications, Yoga Prana Vidya Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Tamilnadu, India.

Received: October 04, 2021; Published: October 16, 2021



Introduction: Kneecap (Patella) dislocation is a common injury experienced by sports persons and dancers, most common in females, and generally occurs in adolescents below 17 years of age. Usual diagnostic procedures include physical examination, followed by X-ray, CT scan and MRI. Patients experience severe pain, instability in the knee and difficulty to walk. Both conservative and surgical treatments are available and its choice depends on various factors. This paper presents a case of patellar dislocation conservatively treated using Yoga Prana Vidya System protocols without medication and combined with physiotherapy.

Materials and Methods: This is an in-depth case study of a female aged 19 years at first instance of patellar dislocation. A study of the medical reports and patient/parents’ feed back is carried out and results assessed with a follow up after 6 months.

Results: Within 2-3 months of healing and supported by physiotherapy, fitness certificate was issued by the specialist orthopaedic surgeon after examining her knee condition. A follow up after 6 months revealed that the patient had not experienced any swelling or pain, was able to walk and climb steps normally, was able to sit cross legged on floor with ease, with no other symptoms or discomfort.

Conclusion: In this case study, it is observed that Yoga Prana Vidya healing helped the patient wholly in recovery stages 1, 2 and 3, enabling the patient lead normal life. Thus, YPV system has shown to be a good adjunct in the conservative treatment of first patellar dislocation.

Keywords: Kneecap (Patellar) Dislocation; Yoga Prana Vidya System®; YPV®; Energy Healing; Conservative Treatment



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Citation: Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri., et al. “Successful Healing Treatment of Kneecap (Patellar) Dislocation of a Teen Female Patient Using Yoga Prana Vidya System Protocols without Surgery: A Case Report”. Acta Scientific Women's Health 3.11 (2021): 15-20.


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