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Vertibral Disk Problems

Hi; Doctors, I am a new in Homoeopathy and now days I am dealing a number of patinets suffering from slip dist (vertibral). No special symptoms are available, but pain, numbness of lower extremeties and disease diagnosed on getting X-Rays. Is there any remedy or a group of remedies to correct the slipped disk, please guide me in this regard.

Waiting for reply,
Dr.Abdul Razzaq
Lahore (Pakistan)
  Razzaq on 2007-07-06
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Dear Razzaq:
I have no good news for you: If you have one slipped disk, there isn't homeopathic remedy to solve this situation.
But homeopathy can relieve your symptoms, (pain, numbness, ...). However, you'll have to take care with your works, movements and weights you carry, because whenever you make a little effort, your pain and symptoms come back.
To select the remedy for your symptoms, we need more information:
1.- Which leg (left, right, both)? Which vertebrae are implicated?
2.- What kind of sensation (numbness, acute pain, neuralgic irradiation...)?
3.- What movements aggravate the sensation and what movements relieve?
4.- When are you better and when are you worse (cold, warm, in bed, lying, walking, sitting...)?
5.- Whatever symptoms you understand as curious or rare or related with this situation.

andres last decade
Dear Razzaq
try Phosphorus30 one dose twise a daily up to 5 days only then cantact me with full history of symptom
faisal qureshi last decade
'Slipped Disk Overview

The disks are protective shock-absorbing pads between the bones of the spine. Although they do not actually 'slip,' a disk may split or rupture. This can cause the disk to fail, allowing the gel to escape into the surrounding tissue. The leaking jellylike substance can place pressure on the spinal cord or on a single nerve fiber and cause pain either around the damaged disk or anywhere along the area controlled by that nerve. This condition is also known as a herniated, ruptured, prolapsed, or, more commonly, slipped disk.

The most frequently affected area is the low back, but any disk can rupture, including those in the neck.'

For detail informations please consult.

sajjadakram635 last decade

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