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Spinal Cord Bruise Help - Post Surgery

Hello, I had cervical spine surgery about 4 weeks ago. A diskectomy and fusion of the C6-C7 with stenosis. They removed the bone growth which was severly compressing my spinal cord. The procedure was done properly with no complications. I felt quite a bit better the very next day but I am told the cord bruise will take 2-5 years to heal and maybe not 100%. I still have all of the text book symptoms (numbness, tingles, weakness, spasms, mild muscle cramps, atrophy of my right tricep and a little in general,lack of coordination, etc) affecting my whole body. I am new to Homeopathic ways and am seeking advice to expidite and promote proper healing more than to aleviate the short term discomfort! I was given a week of pain medicine, told to eat healthy and increase my activiy to full duty by 3 months. I take one prescription (lisinopril 60mg once daily) for blood pressure which I hope stop soon now that I am able to exercise! I am 43, male, and in otherwise good health, sans gall bladder. Arnica looks promising, but what dose is best for me?? I know there are many more medicines that will help but the more I research the more questions I find. Please help!!!!
[message edited by EdMo3 on Sat, 25 May 2013 05:06:10 BST]
 
  EdMo3 on 2013-05-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please use.
1. Arnica 30c 5 drops in the morning.
2. Hypericum 200 5 drops at evening.
Please take this treatment for 10 days and report.
 
libra981 9 years ago
useful treatment
 
prakashnethralaya 9 years ago

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