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Old 7th January 2002, 07:52 PM
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I am interested in finding out if there is anyone on this forum that could help with some information on treating herniated or slipped discs
in the vertebra of the spine?

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Old 8th January 2002, 04:11 PM
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there are some important medicines for the complints depending upon the symptoms but rest
on back hard bed is most important aid
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I personally had good results with homeopathy and my slipped lumbar disc. It did take quite some time to heal though. The intense pain at the beginning was relieved by Coffea (I did fit the mind picture perfectly). Then the complaint surfaced again 3 years later during early pregnancy which was threatened to miscarry. I took Viburnum 30 for quite some time once a week and stabilised the pregnancy and at the same time cured the back problems.
Although these may not be typical back/sciatica/disc remedies, they did help cure my case.
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Do yourself a favor, they have never been able to prove a correlation between "slipped discs" or arthritic changes seen on x-rays and pain. It may seem logical but it is not the case. Please read Dr. John Sarno's books.

www.healingbackpain.com

I've know people who have had surgery and only got rid of the pain after seeing him and/or reading his books. I never had another back spasm after using his approach.

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Yes! Homeopathy can help surely.

If you are interested then you can send complete case. We will help you on this board.

Homeopathy has atleast 80% curablity rate in these type of diseases.
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In reply to the last post by Dr. Mas all I can tell you about the case is it has been diagnosed as one herniated and two degenerative intervertebral discs in the lumbar section through a MRI test. Would this be sufficient for you to comment more on treating this problem with Homeopathic remedies?
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Homeopathy has very good results in treating herniated discs with the consitutional similimum, but it also requires a lot of patience. This remedy is obtained with a detailed case history.

Often though there are acute remedies to treat the pain or resolve an acute episode. Modern MEdicine does not have any ohter option here except traction ( and pain killers) and ultimately laminectomy.

I would encourage you to try homoeopathy.
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Does anyone know what acupuncture could do for this type of problem, other than relieve the pain? Can it do anything to improve or heal intervertebral disc problems?
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Acupuncture can help in the pain management.

What I am thinking is whether combining both the therapies will be effective or not?

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I have done one year diploma course D.Ac plus homeo puncture course. Acupuncture will only help you here in pain management and not in spinal herinated or slipped disc.

Wait for my answer ....
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