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December 8, 2016
Being homoeopaths, we all know that Cal. Fluor acts effectively on the Calcaneal spur, or the Osteophyte formation on the calcaneum. Here I wish to raise a question regarding the action of Cal. Fluor on Osteophytes.
Could Cal. Fluor act on the Osteophytes of any bone? Could it be prescribed in the case of Osteophyte at L5 vertebrae? What are the other remedies for Osteophytes?
Osteophytes is a degenerative disease of the bone, specially found in post menopausal women. There is spike-like overgrowth along the edge of the bones. According the Allopathic school of treatment, the Rx is NSAIDS and Calcium supplements or Sx for the excision of the osteophytes. According to Homoeopathy, the miasmatic diagnosis of this particular condition appears to be ‘Sycosis.’
What is the Homoeopathic management of this condition?
March 24, 2012
Homeopathic management of Osteophytes is same as homeopathic management of any other disease. Take a tip to toe case, find the characteristic symptoms and prescribe. Bone spurs will most likely not be the the symptom list at all while repertorizing.
Calc-fl is a short cut and chances of it leading to an improvement are precisely probabilistic. It may work, it may not. However, if you choose a remedy following the process, it WILL work.
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