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hard time wrapping my head around that,need some explanation

Hello everyone,I'm new here,and to homeopathy too(as a patient,I saw recently very reputable homeopathic doctor,told her what is bothering me,among these things is low back pain,now I understand the whole approach to healing is to help body do it itself,but how this work in case back pain,which might be caused by dislocated or used bone? Isn't that something that only can be fixed surgically or by osteopathic treatment? At age 36 there is no way your bone will start growing again,so I'm just very confused,any logical explanation? Thanks.
 
  emo36 on 2015-01-30
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
if there is dislocation it has to be set right surgically. if it is on account of increase or decrease in the size of the bones then it is curable by medicine the age being 36 is of no consequence. if later is the case it is because of irregular distribution of calcium in the body which can be corrected by using appropriate medicine.
 
telescope 7 years ago
Makes perfect sens,however,you can't know if it is one or the other without.X-ray,Judas me saying I have back pain, does not indicate anything,this is my point,why the doc,don't send me to do the.test,just kind of makes me fell lime she assumes it is this not that,not very scientifical approach.
 
emo36 7 years ago
Actually, I have seen homoeopathy perform almost miraculous cures, in things that orthodox medicine has proclaimed incurable. I have seen cases where bones have moved - there is a famous case by Dr. Rajan Sankaran who was treating a patient with disfiguring arthritis, where the bones of the foot had been terribly distorted. He showed x-rays of the case - over time under the treatment (with Aurum metallicum) the bones moved back into their normal position.

There are some things that will need mechanical intervention - breaks, dislocations etc, but the body has a vast and usually untapped healing potential which we try to access via our remedies.
 
Evocationer 7 years ago
It is always a good thing to get an x ray or better,
an MRI for chronic back pain, just so you have the facts.

Many people start to have chronic low back pain due
to sitting for long hours or repetitive motion type
sitting at the computer. Other repetitive motions can
cause this pain, even from the neck vertebrae.

Things like reading in bed, looking down often at
your phone, having the laptop or tablet on your body
lying down. Not having the computer screen at eye level.
Not having the right type of chair support etc.

One thing out of whack, will pull other things out of
whack-so you could have muscles in the neck get tight,
get a vertebrae off kilter, which then Affects the spine
nerves and the cause can be in an area that is not
near the pain.

Homeopathy does not focus on a "disease" name but the totality
of a person.

If this is due to habits of sitting and what I said above,
these habits have to be changed or it will get worse no
matter what you take.

I helped a man on here, your age, he was doing all the
bad habits I mentioned- he changed them, got up every half
hour and moved around for 3 minutes, took a daily walk,
forced himself to sleep on his back with neck support ( that
resets the spine)took Rhus tox once a day, bc he fit that
remedy and was better with moving and in a few weeks he
was fine.He had an MRI and they said cervical spondylitis, he
had physical therapy and massage and none of those things
fixed the problem. I know others who changed the habits,
stretch every morning without fail -did chiro and acupuncture and they fixed worse
problems, like ruptured disks.

What do you think is the cause of this?
[message edited by simone717 on Sat, 31 Jan 2015 00:07:06 GMT]
 
simone717 7 years ago

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