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Cervical Herniated Disc

I often herniate a disc in my neck area due to years of sitting at a desk with bad posture. Currently physiotherapy and gym work is helping a lot in keeping my posture and muscles in check. However it doesn't feel 100%, more preventative than a solution. I read that Poke Root ( Phytolaca Americana ) or Hecla Lava can help. Is that correct? If anyone can correct me or suggest any other alternatives, would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
 
  kai_from_london on 2014-01-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Also look at MM of Hypericum.
 
rishimba 5 years ago
Hi,

If you have had an MRI and it shows any extra bone growth or
bone spur type problems pinching nerves or stenosis-
then go to http://www.homeopathycenter.org.

This is the site for the National center for Homeopathy. Put 'aging Spines
feel young again in the search box and read the article .
There is a prescription there for Hecla Lava and Cal Flour cell salt ( once
a day) this helps the extra bone be reabsorbed.

Also, even tho you are doing physiotherapy you may want to try
Shiatsu massage by a person well trained in that bc it gives a lot
of relief ( you wear clothes they work on the spine)

And I hope you are not reading in bed and have everything you look
at- at eye level. Once this sets in , even the slightest bending of the neck
starts to set it off again. Sleeping on your back with good neck
support also allows the spine to try to reset itself at night.
 
simone717 5 years ago

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