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Patella femoral knee pain

I am a 28 year old female ballet dancer and have been experiencing pain under my patella for about a year and a half. I went to see my orthopedic surgeon who found that i had patella femoral syndrome. My knee does this 'crunching' feeling (pretty loudly too...)everytime i bend it and also buckles on the way down of bending if i don't engage my VMO muscle. going down the stairs hurts more than up. I know that my cartilage is degenerating but i do not want surgery as it would set my career way back...what could be a good treatment for it?
Thank you so much!
  aliciaf on 2010-10-11
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alicia, take homeopathic remedy ruta 6c one pill twice daily for 10 days. Report after 2 weeks. You may have to give more details in a questionnaire format if the problem persists.
maheeru last decade
Thank you very much for answering so quickly!
I just had a quick question about the dosage... do you mean take a single dose twice a day for 10 days of rutha 6c...? or 1 pellet of the tube twice a day...?
aliciaf last decade

Welcome. Take one pellet from the tube two times daily for 10 days. Here one pellet a time constitutes a single dose for you.
maheeru last decade
Mountain Laurel should be tried for your pain. I have a similar problem. Used Mountain Laurel sap EXTERNALLY from the leaves. Internally is a poison.
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maxinatlanta last decade

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