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Relieving torticollis with homoeopathy

Torticollis manifests itself by pain in the neck. In babies, torticollis can have several causes such as a difficult delivery that may have required the use of forceps, or a congenital abnormality such as plagiocephaly. In adults, the causes of torticollis are also numerous: an uncomfortable working position when working at a desk, bad posture during sleep and even a cold draft. There are also other lesser known causes such as hyperthyroidism, an infection of the nervous system or a tumour in the neck. Read more …

Alleviating tics with homoeopathy

Tics are repeated gestures and movements that an individual repeats automatically without any apparent purpose. But a tic can also come in the form of an involuntary and convulsive movement that is caused by muscle contractions. In most cases, tics are hereditary and last from childhood to late adolescence, before completely disappearing once the affected person reaches adulthood. Read more …

Treating thyroid gland infections with homoeopathy

The thyroid is a gland that is located in front of the trachea and below the Adam’s apple. It secretes various hormones that are involved in an individual’s growth and general metabolism. This gland can be affected by certain pathologies known as thyroiditises. Dysthyroidism increases or decreases the production of thyroid hormones. This may lead to adverse consequences on the patient’s overall health, and particularly on that person’s growth. Read more …

Curing thrombosis with homoeopathy

Caused by abnormal blood flow, thrombosis is a pathology that can affect both the veins and arteries. Nonetheless, the most frequently encountered disease is venous thrombosis, a pathology characterized by painful sensations, a hot skin, redness and swelling of the affected area where blood circulation is abnormal. Sometimes a tingling sensation may be felt in the limb affected by thrombosis. Although many ant-inflammatory drugs can relieve the symptoms of thrombosis, homoeopathy proves to be a treatment of choice. Indeed, many homoeopathic remedies can alleviate the inflammation and pain caused by thrombosis. Read more …

Alleviating night terrors with homoeopathy

A night terror is a disorder characterized by the child’s sudden and unconscious agitation. It usually affects children that are under 15 years of age and generally occurs at the beginning of the night, although it may also manifest itself during the phase of deep sleep. These disorders occur regularly and the child does not remember them in the morning. Moreover, the night terror is considered to be a paroxysmal disorder, that is to say, the disease may continue into adolescence if left untreated and not properly cared for. Read more …

Relieving tendinitis with homoeopathy

Tendinitis usually affects individuals who have not sufficiently warmed up before performing certain activities such as jogging. An athlete can be badly affected by calcaneal tendinopathy or rupture his or her Achilles tendon. Read more …

Relieving heel pain with homoeopathy

Heel pain refers to any kind of pain that is felt at the heel. This pain is also known as calcaneal spur or heel spur and is generally caused by excessive traction on the plantar fascia of the heel. This action usually leads to a strong inflammatory reaction. Heel pain mostly affects overweight individuals, especially after an excessive solicitation of the heel or after wearing shoes that are too hard or of which the heel is too thin. However, heel pain may also have a traumatic origin. Read more …

Treating paroxysmal tachycardia with homoeopathy

Often congenital, paroxysmal tachycardia is a disease that manifests itself by a sudden acceleration of heart rate. Sometimes it is asymptomatic and its existence is only known after undergoing a cardiac evaluation. Its symptoms – like palpitations, dizzy spells, polyuria and nervousness – may appear suddenly. However, , thanks to homoeopathic remedies, it is possible to prevent and relieve them. Made from natural products, these remedies help to calm down the patient and to regulate his or her heart rate accordingly. Read more …

Resorting to homoeopathy to relieve acute transient synovitis of the hip

Acute transient synovitis of the hip is an inflammation of the membranes (synovium) that cover the hip’s inner joint surface. Although it is not very well-known, the origin of this disease is attributed to repetitive strain injuries and viruses. Acute transient synovitis of the hip sometimes leads to lameness in one of two limbs, and is often a source of pain and discomfort when the affected person is in movement. More commonly known as “irritable hip”, acute transient synovitis mainly affects children aged 3 to 10 years old, a majority of which are boys. In addition, this disease is characterized by a temporary and periodic outbreaks, which usually occur in winter and spring. Read more …

Alleviating premenstrual syndrome with homoeopathy

Approximately 75% of women experience some type of discomfort just before the beginning of their menstruation period. These premenstrual symptoms can be very painful and unpleasant, but homoeopathy can alleviate them and relieve patients with the use of simple remedies that are deprived of side effects. Read more …

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Pathology and homeopathy are two fields of scientific research that go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, homeopathic research on a disease is always accompanied by a pathological study of that disease. Pathology is the scientific field that studies diseases, while homeopathy is a gentle method for treating diseases. Homeopathic treatment follows the principles of similarity (Similia similibus curentur or "likes are cured by likes") and comprehensiveness. There is no universal treatment for a given disease; it must be adapted to each patient.