Broken Bones Heal Faster with Homeopathy
I know from practical and clinical experience that Homeopathy helps to heal fractures quicker and with less pain but it's nice to see that there are studies coming out that prove it.
The study quoted below was taken from the following article;
OA15.04. Accelerating the healing of bone fracture using homeopathy: a prospective, randomized double-blind controlled study
1* 2 1 S Sharma , N Sharma , R Sharma
From International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health 2012 Portland, Oregon, USA. 15-18 May 2012
If you find yourself tending any fractures, contact your Homeopath to get remedies and directions to help speed your fracture and lower your pain.
In clinical practice, homeopathy is widely used in the fracture-repair process, which accelerates the healing of fractures, enhances callus formation and reduces pain. But there is no anatomical or scientific evidence yet to prove that. Therefore, the current study was undertaken to test the efficacy of homoeopathy in bone fracture healing.
The study was conducted as a double blind randomized controlled study with 67patients with acute non-dis- placed lateral malleolar fracture. Patients were recruited from the Emergency Orthopaedic department, SMS Hospital, Jaipur, India during May 2007 to May 2009. Patients were randomized to either a homoeopathy treatment (n=34) or a control group (n=33). All the patients received standard orthopaedic care through 12 weeks following injury. The treatment group received homoeopathic medicine on the basis of totality of symp- toms and individualisation. Outcome measures include radiological assessments and functional tests for healing. Assessments were taken on 3, 6, 9 and 12 weeks.
Faster healing was reported in the homeopathy group by week 9 following injury, including significant improve- ment in fracture line (p < 0.0001), fracture edge (p<0.0001), callous formation (p< 0.05) and fracture union (p< 0.0001) in comparison to placebo. There was also lower use of analgesics and less self-reported pain in the homeopathy group.