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Heel Spur/planter facitis

From bhavnas90on 2016-12-26
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I would like some help with Heel spur in my right feet/Pain In right nee when walking. Have some custom made Orthotics to wear in shoes.That have wear even in home. When doing stretching exercise there is cracking noise. I have been tried Rhus tox in beginning..Then have been taking hakla lava,calc flour, cal phos and silicia since a week. I don't see any improvement. I am not sure about the medicines are very old , turned dull in color will help or not . Because of trying to avoid pain in right heel. left foot is working hard , so now pain in left foot also have started.
I am a very big fan of this forum. Have got great help in past. Can not afford to visit homeopath in Canada, and is not covered under GOVT medi coverage.
I am 54 years old /perods stopped before 3 yrs. / Have been taking thyroid medication 100 mcg everyday . calcium 800 everyday as my thyroid glad was taken out in 2013.
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom bhavnas90 on 2016-12-27
Dr.Kadwa Please Help me
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom simone717 on 2016-12-28
I suggest you make a new thread.
Ask for kadwa in your headline.

Do not post anything until he answers.He looks at threads that have not been answered.. and he is not on here every day . He will see your thread if you do this.
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom bhavnas90 on 2016-12-28
Thanks Simone, I did posted in new thread..
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom kadwa on 2016-12-29
Please take Lycopodium 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over a week.

If this doesn't help take Sepia 30 in the same way and report back.
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Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom bhavnas90 on 2016-12-29
Ok, Thanks Dr. Kadwa.. Will follow the insturctions. and will report back
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom bhavnas90 on 2017-01-05
Dr Kadwa, I have taken Lyco 30 for 3 days -twice from 29,30,31 st dec. I don't see any change. so will try sepia in a week.
I just recd my x-ray report ..I am copying it FYI.
There are large calcaneal spurs on both heels. Other bony structures and joints are normal.
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom kadwa on 2017-01-05
After lyc please continue Hekla Lava and Calc Fluor for a month. Old medicines do work as there is no expiry date for homeopathic remedies.
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom bhavnas90 on 2017-01-05
Ok Thank you very much Dr. Kadwa ...Appreciate it.. will report in month
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom bhavnas90 on 2017-01-06
Sorry Dr. Kadwa for asking again..
I had old hekla lava 30 that is about to finish ,so I need to order online .I am using calc flour 6x . So please tell me which potency would be better for both of remedies , so I can order it. Thanks
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom kadwa on 2017-01-09
You can continue with the same potencies.
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom bhavnas90 on 2017-01-09
OK ,Thank You Dr Kadwa
 
Re: Heel Spur/planter facitisFrom kadwa on 2017-01-12
Please don't take Hekla lava 30 and Calc Fluor 6x on same day. Take hekla lava 30 for 3 days then calc fluor 6x for 3 days and continue this cycle.
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