Cervical Spondylitis Treatment with Homeopathic Medicine

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Lachnanthes Tinctoria:

This is one of the best Homeopathic medicines for neck pain and cervical spondylitis. This remedy is prepared by the potentization of the plant commonly known as ‘spirit weed'. It is one of the specific homeopathic medicine for cervical spondylitis and is especially useful in cases with acute pain in the neck region.

A few of its common symptoms are:

Stiffness and rheumatism of the neck. The neck may get drawn over to one side, usually the right side. Pain in the nape of the neck as if dislocated. Chilliness felt in between the shoulder blades. The pain is worse on lying down. The patient feels better from the external warmth and is better by walking about.

Lachnanthes tinctoria is primarily associated with conditions involving stiffness, muscle tension, and

spasms. Some of the symptoms for which it might be considered in the context of cervical spondylitis include:

1) Stiffness and pain in the neck.

2) Difficulty in turning the head.

3) Radiating pain from the neck to the shoulders.

4) Muscle tension and spasms in the neck and upper back.

Phosphoric Acid:

Phosphoric acid is a wonderful deep-acting constitutional remedy prepared by the potentization of Glacial Phosphoric Acid. It is one of the very good remedies for mental debility followed by physical debility, which leads to a host of complaints frequently used homeopathic medicine for neck pain, cervical spondylitis, hair loss, diabetes, hemorrhages, debility, depression, gastrointestinal affections, sexual complaints, etc.

Complaints frequently come up due to loss of vital fluids from the body and after acute illnesses. A few of the common symptoms of cervical spondylitis are:

Boring pain in between the scapulae. Pain in the back and limbs as if beaten. Overlifting and over-study frequently cause pain in the nape of the neck and in the occiput. The patient may also develop a headache from long-lasting grief or exhausted nerves. The pain is worse from drafts, especially cold drafts. He feels much better with warmth and after a short sleep.

In homeopathy, the choice of a remedy is based on the totality of a person's symptoms, including not just physical symptoms but also emotional and mental aspects. Phosphoric acid is often used for

symptoms like:

1) Mental and physical exhaustion.

2) Fatigue and weakness.

3) Apathy and indifference.

4) Memory problems or mental cloudiness.

5) Headaches related to stress and mental strain.

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Paris Quadrifolia:

This is one of the specific homeopathic remedies and medicines for cervical spondylitis. It is prepared by the potentization of the plant commonly known as ‘one-berry'. A few of its common indications have been described below:

The sensation of weight and weariness in the nape of the neck and in between the shoulders. Neuralgic pains begin in the left side of the chest and radiate along the left arm. Much stiffness of the arms due to pain in the neck. It is a very good homeopathic medicine for neck pain when the patient develops a feeling of numbness in the hands due to cervical spondylitis. Due to the numbness of the hands, everything the patient holds feels rough.

Kalmia Latifolia:

Kalmia latifolia is one of the very good remedies for the treatment of cervical spondylitis. It is prepared by the potentization of the leaves of the plant called ‘Mountain laurel'. Following are some of its common indications:

Neuralgic pains that are shifting in nature, moving downwards, with numbness of the affected parts. Pain from the neck shoots down the arm. Aching, bruised, stiff feeling in the neck and the arms. Weakness and numbness (as if paralyzed) of painful parts. Pains shift rapidly, shooting outward, along with the nerves. The pain is worse from stooping, bending forward, motion, becoming cold, and lying on the left side. In general, the patient feels better after being in the recumbent posture.

Kalmia latifolia is often associated with the following symptoms:

1) Severe, shooting, or sharp pains in the neck and upper back.

2) Pain that may radiate down the arm, often with numbness and tingling.

3) Pain aggravated by motion, especially turning the head.

4) Pain that may shift from side to side.

Causticum:

This is one of the drugs prepared by the founder of Homeopathy, Dr Hahnemann. Causticum is a wonderful deep-acting constitutional remedy and it affects multiple systems of the body. It is one of the best remedies for affections of the musculoskeletal system, gastrointestinal system, nervous affections, skin complaints, urinary complaints, sexual disorders, respiratory disorders, etc. A few of its common indications in cervical spondylitis are as follows:

This is one of the commonly indicated homeopathic medicine for neck pain, and stiffness in the neck and upper back so much so that the patient can scarcely move the head. Paralytic weakness in the right arm, the patient can barely raise the hand above his head. Numbness in the hands and trembling of the arms. One of the specific remedies for torticollis.

6) Rhus toxicodendron: This remedy is often used for neck pain and stiffness that worsens when the

patient is at rest and improves with motion.

1) Stiffness and pain in the neck and upper back, which is worse upon initial motion but improves with continued movement.

2) Restlessness and a strong desire to change positions frequently.

3) Symptoms aggravated by exposure to damp or cold conditions.

4) A sensation of being "rusty" or "stiff" upon rising in the morning.

 

Bryonia:

Bryonia is typically associated with symptoms like:

1) Stiffness and pain in the neck.

2) Pain aggravated by even the slightest movement, leading to a desire to keep the neck still.

3) Pain that is relieved by rest or gentle pressure.

4) Dry mouth and excessive thirst.

Arnica:

Arnica can be helpful if there is muscle soreness, bruised sensation, or pain following an injury to the neck.

 

9) Hypericum:

Hypericum is typically associated with symptoms such as:

1) Shooting, sharp, or burning pains along the nerves.

2) Numbness and tingling in the neck, shoulders, and arms.

3) Pain that follows the path of a nerve, such as the brachial plexus.

4) Pain that is often aggravated by touch or pressure and may be relieved by warmth.

 

Silicea:

Silicea is often used when there is a sensation of weakness and easy fatigue in the neck and upper back.

Silicea is typically associated with symptoms such as:

1) Weakness and debility, especially in the neck and upper back.

2) Sensation of fragility or brittleness in the bones or spine.

3) Pain in the neck with a feeling of pressure or tightness.

4) Pain that worsens in cold, damp conditions and improves with warmth.

It's important to remember that homeopathic remedies are highly individualized, and what works for one person may not work for another. Homeopathic treatment should be administered under the guidance of a qualified homeopathic practitioner who can assess your specific case and tailor the treatment to your needs.

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Mr. S.P.V (PIN: 18536) was suffering from Cervical Spondylitis (CS) for 2 years. He would experience continuous pain in the neck radiating to the left shoulder and the left side of his chest. There was a marked stiffness present in his neck area. He would experience difficulty in moving his neck .....Read more

A 70-year-old male patient, Mr. K.K.S. (PIN: 23400) came to Life Force for seeking treatment for hi Cervical Spondylitis and lumbar Spondylosis on 20th May 2015. He was suffering from the disease for almost 10 years. He was experiencing Vertigo, which used to last for seconds .....Read more

A 40-year-old male patient, Mr. M.K. (PIN: 37623) visited the Borivali branch of Life Force on 6th August 2018 with the complaints of cervical spondylitis. He was suffering from the pain and stiffness in his neck since three to four years, and, now, it had aggravated from the last 15 days. Mr. M......Read more

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