Suffering from Hemiplegia?

Were you told there is no cure or surgery is your only option ?

Holistic and integrative treatments can help effectively treat Hemiplegia without surgery.​​

Suffering from Hemiplegia?

Were you told there is no cure or surgery is your only option ?​

Holistic and integrative treatments can help effectively treat Hemiplegia without surgery.

Did you know that only 28% of patients treated with prescription medications for Hemiplegia had reductions in symptoms even after 48 weeks of treatment ? 1
That is why many of these patients are seeking alternative treatment methods for Hemiplegia.

Human body is a complex and interconnected system. We should stop looking it as a machine where when one part is defective simply treating that part does not help fix the overall problem.
Holistic and integrative treatments help bring balance to the body to help promote healing.

1. Pasricha PJ, Yates KP, Nguyen L, et al. Outcomes and Factors Associated With Reduced Symptoms in Patients With Gastroparesis. Gastroenterology. 2015;149(7):1762-1774.e4. doi:10.1053/j.gastro.2015.08.008


of patients see improvement
in their 2nd week.

Most patients see results as early as their 2nd week of treatment.

Offering integrative treatments through Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Herbal Medicine, Physical Therapy and Yoga Therapy.


What is Hemiplegia

One way to describe hemiplegia is that it is a type of paralysis caused by a trauma that affects only one side of the body, usually just one leg or arm, but sometimes the symptoms also affect the torso.

Hemiplegia, like other types of paralysis, causes the affected area to lose control. People with hemiplegia may have pain that comes and goes and sometimes, may be able to move their limbs better.

What Are The Symptoms Of Hemiplegia?

Hemiplegia is a condition in which only one side of the body loses all or most of its motor function including a sense of touch. But signs and symptoms vary from person to person and depend a lot on how bad each case is.

Usually, both gross motor skills including swimming, running and walking, and fine motor skills such as unbuttoning and buttoning clothes, playing musical instruments, or writing are affected. Less often, people may have trouble speaking, which is often seen as slurred speech. They may also have trouble breathing or swallowing. 

What Causes Hemiplegia?

1.      Stroke

One of the most frequent causes of hemiparesis is a stroke. Your degree of muscle weakness may vary depending on the size and location of your stroke. 


2.      Infections

 A brain infection may permanently damage the cortex. Although bacteria cause the majority of diseases, some infections can also be caused by viruses or fungi.

3.      Brain injury

A sudden blow to the head has the potential to permanently harm the brain. Hemiplegia might arise if the incident just damages one side of your brain. Examples of sudden blow injuries include sports injuries, assaults, and automobile collisions.

4.      Genetics

Alternating hemiplegia, a disorder that affects children, can be brought on by an exceptionally rare mutation of the ATP1A3 gene. It results in intermittent, transient hemiplegia symptoms. 

In addition to these causes, brain cancer can also cause hemiplegia.

How Is Hemiplegia Diagnosed?

Hemiplegia is often diagnosed by looking at the person’s medical history and giving them a thorough neurological exam that tests their sensory and motor functions.


There are more tests that can be done to find out what cause’s hemiplegia. For example, blood tests, such as a complete blood count, coagulation tests, and an erythrocyte sedimentation rate can help rule out infections or cancers that could be causing the problem.

Imaging, like CT and MRI scans of the head, is needed to rule out most injuries and diseases like head injuries, brain tumors, aneurysms, multiple sclerosis, and stroke. Last but not least, electroencephalography (EEG), which measures the brain’s electrical activity, can be used to diagnose hemiplegia by observing the origin of the seizure.

How Hemiplegia is treated at Netra?


Clinical studies have shown Acupuncture is effective in a wide range of endocrine disorders including Diabetes, Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism, Hashimoto, Cushing’s Syndrome, Osteoporosis, Thyroiditis, PCOS / Addison’s Disease and Menopause​.

Non-Surgical and Opioid-Free treatment.


No side effects and safe.


Releases Endorphins to combat pain.


Reduces Inflammation and Increases Circulation.


Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurveda offers one of the most effective medicines for digestive issues and helps to correct root cause of your condition.

Complete holistic healing system in existence more than 3000 years.


Based on the concept of root-cause diagnosis and management


Focuses equally on prevention and cure to improve quality of life.


Helps identify and recommends foods for your body type and condition.

Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine has a history of at least several thousand years and uses mostly plants to treat diseases and promote health.

Can successfully treat many chronic and complex conditions.


Clinically and scientifically proven to treat a wide range of complex conditions.


Safe and has relatively less side effects.


Helps boost your immune system naturally.


Shown to reduce stress and relieve anxiety.


Improves respiratory and cardiovascular function.


Therapeutic Yoga​

Therapeutic Yoga or Yoga Therapy involves employing a variety of yoga practices to help improve a health.

It also adapts the practice of Yoga to the needs of people with specific health condition.


Improves strength, balance and flexibility.


Helps with chronic pain relief.


Improves circulation and reduces blood pressure.


Reduces stress and improves sleep.


Improves respiratory and cardiovascular function.