Introduction–In the last decade has seen dramatic changes in the way we understand pain. Rather
than lookingat pain as simply a symptom of trauma, infection, inflammation, or surgery, now we see it as a
discrete disease unit - one that fundamentally alters the entire nervous system. In a major recent advances,
neuroimaging tools have allowed us to peer inside the human brain in ways once only dreamed about –
unlocking mysteries of where pain is perceived and processed, how it affects the brain, and how it can act to
change our thoughts and emotions.
Materials and Methods- This present research is very much limited to the pathological aspect of
Vata in context of the pain and present research is a survey which aimed to reveal the all corners of a
rujakarVata & its Nidansamprapti with the righteous amalgamation of modern aspect of pain pathology.
Survey proforma specially developed. In the survey study at most 500 cases have been taken to reveal the
factors responsible for the pain
Result- Out of 500 cases maximum were suffered with Stambha, followed by cases of Gaurav,Chatita,
Sancocha, Vrikkashoola, Toda, Daha, Karnaashoola, Udveshtana, Sparshasahatva, Sphurana, Tadan, Bheda,
Shirahshoola, Kartan, Siravyas, Annadravashoola, Billiary colic, Graha and Pipilikasrapti,
Discussion and conclusion- Survey study shows that there is a thorough relationship between
Vataprakopanidanalakshana & samprapti of pain.