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Monday, February 6, 2017

Homeopathy can Help You For Olympic Gold


Homeopathy can Help You For Olympic Gold 





During my medical collage days life i really brought so much surprise by Dr Jatin Valia, who was our physiology professor  in Medical collage i used to work with him in sports medicine and seeing many things like How to use Homeopathy  for performance booster for athlete preparing them before Game ,also using Homeopathy for on field injury in hockey,football many games this article is really dedicated to sir what i learn so many years and my passion for Homeopathy in sports yet continue with it 

 Sports Injuries and Homeopathy
 we are still thrilled by the magnificent performances in the Olympics by athletes from all over the world. Courage, determination, perseverance and alas, despair and physical and emotional pain are all part of the package for an Olympic athlete. We all remember the gymnast hopping on one foot, vaulting to the gold in gymnastics, then not being able to compete again. We have seen sprinters pull up in the middle of a race with muscle and tendon injuries. Would homeopathy make a difference? By the end of this article you will know the answer.So should we just become spectators, or can we protect ourselves against the fragility and breakdown of the body?
After studying homeopathy , I believe that homeopathy can offer the quickest, gentlest, and safest relief for sports injuries. In fact I am totally surprised that none of the big professional teams have discovered homeopathy. In such sports, an injury to a key player, especially in the playoffs, means a loss of millions of dollars. From my many years of experience, a homeopathic physician can shorten the duration of any injury to one-third of its projected length. When I see an ice-skater falling on her head or a football player landing on his neck, I wish I could see a homeopathic physician running out there with homeopathic remedies.
Let’s start our travels through the world of sports injuries, and give you the reader some power in your own hands.
Sports Injury
strains and sprains -a frequent injury in any sport. Sprained ankles are high on the list: for the sudden swelling and bruised feeling, let Arnica come to the rescue. This mountain flower is called “king of the sports remedies” for its ability to absorb blood, reduce the swelling and relieve the pain in no time at all. It doesn’t just suppress the symptoms, it heals the whole traumatized area. Another remedy for sprains, in some ways superior to Arnica, is Rhus toxicodendron or poison ivy. Use Arnica first to absorb the blood and take the swelling down, then follow with Rhus tox to heal the sprained ligaments. Any ligament injury, anywhere in the body, will respond speedily to this remedy. A torn Achilles tendon, the bane of a runner’s existence, will heal quickly with Rhus tox., whereas if left untreated you would have to stop running for six weeks. When I get a shoulder strain from serving too hard in tennis, Rhus tox. took care of it while I was playing and it never bothered me again. I always keep Arnica and Rhus tox in my tennis bag, and so should you!

There might be some other strains you never thought about. Eye strain can be a “sports injury” for many children playing their favorite computer game for hours. Save their eyes with Ruta Graveolens, the meadow rue, which can even be taken as a preventive. Another strain is voice strain, a problem for cheering sports fans, professional singers, debaters, and politicians (like President Clinton, whose voice will probably go up and down like a yo-yo in the coming campaign). Arum Triphyllum or Jack-in-the-pulpit will restore clarity and strength to your voice, giving you an edge over your fatigued competitors who know nothing of homeopathy.

For fractures encountered in rough sports, you can take Arnica while waiting for an X-ray. One of my students took high doses of Arnica immediately after falling. She knew she had broken her big toe because of the swelling and pain. But by the time she got to the hospital, the swelling had gone down so much that the doctor refused to X-ray it, believing it was not broken. On her insistence, he took one anyway and discovered a clear fracture.

Once bones are set (if necessary) and placed in a cast, Symphytum or comfrey (also known as Bone-knit) can speed recovery. It is the orthopedic specific of the herb remedies. Do not start Symphytum until you are sure the bones are set correctly, because it promotes such rapid healing that it can make the bones heal misaligned. To give the body the minerals it needs to heal the bones, take the cell salt Calc. Phos. 6x .

Rib fractures and contusions-You can’t take a breath, God forbid you should have to cough, and you don’t want people to make you laugh because it hurts SOOO bad! Bryonia (white bryony) will come to the rescue and let you breathe much easier. For stress fractures or fatigue fractures (encountered after long hikes, overexertion and repeated strain), Arnica is a big help. In this case the bone is bent, not broken, so Arnica is more helpful than Symphytum.

Head traumas can be a great concern in contact sports. I have seen many patients in my practice who changed totally after suffering a head trauma—not just chronic physical pain but often a total mental-emotional change to the point of a different personality. To avoid such a condition, give Arnica right away. (And if there are mental and emotional changes from an old head injury, your homeopath will probably prescribe Nat. Sulph. [sodium sulphate] in professional doses.) I remember one of my sons falling on his head while sliding down an icy hill. His neck was as stiff as a board—yet by the same evening, after repeated doses of Arnica, there was no headache or stiffness left. It makes a believer out of you!

Any tennis player dreads “tennis elbow”, which often starts from trying out a new racket, stringing a racket too tight or coming back too soon and playing too eagerly after an injury. Ruta Grav. and Bellis perennis (daisy) are two wonderful remedies in these circumstances. Bellis perennis is a deeper-working form of Arnica. You can also get tennis elbow from hanging wallpaper or painting ceilings for hours. The strain on your joints (especially shoulders and elbows) is enormous, giving you a glimpse of this sports injury without even doing sports.While playing tennis, God forbid you get a ball in your eye. You need to consult an ophthalmologist, but start taking Arnica right away to absorb the blood. Another remedy for black eyes, which would be useful for boxers, is Ledum or wild rosemary. Both are good for black eyes and can be taken concurrently, but Ledum is especially good for boxer’s eye.

For the aerobics fanatics who put so much strain on their knee joints, Ruta is a specific for knee problems. And if you are afraid of starting your workout because you are new at it or coming back after an injury, take Arnica before the workout. You will be amazed at how well you can keep up. Use Arnica for any pulled muscle, or sore or torn muscle, any time there is a bruised feeling in the belly of the muscle.

As you can see, a small armory of remedies will help you out with many of those unwanted aches and pains.


Some useful medicine for Sports people always carry with them



Arnica:
No sports bag should be allowed in the locker room without homeopathic Arnica (mountain daisy) inside. For athletic injuries, Arnica is the invaluable companion of ice, compression and elevation for the treatment of traumas such as blunt blows in rugby, ankle sprains in soccer and strained muscles after 18 holes of golf in the early spring. Bruising and aggravation from movement are the telltale signs of an injury that needs Arnica. It will minimize pain, reduce swelling, help reabsorb bruises and generally speed healing in the first phase of recovery. More people have been made aware of the benefits of homeopathy through the use of Arnica than any other homeopathic remedy. Use it for those special occasions like getting checked into the boards in hockey or using your head to field a cricket ball. It really works.

Some sports injuries can be quite catastrophic in particular concussions or “minimal brain trauma.” These are common in both amateur and professional sports and can lead to residual personality changes and cognitive defects that can end a promising athlete’s career. The aging boxer Mohammed Ali is a good example of this type of recurrent brain damage leading to impairment of mental function. In rare cases, repeated concussions can be fatal. In a recent study of the use of homeopathy after traumatic brain injury, correctly chosen remedies were seen to reverse quite marked pathology, according to the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation (1999; 14:521-542). After any head injury, Arnica should be given right away (if the player is conscious) and, if residual symptoms persist, treatment sought from a professional homeopathic practitioner.

Hypericum:
If an injury occurs to a fingertip, lip or an area with a lot of nerve endings (such as the tailbone or coccyx), use homeopathic Hypericum (St. John’s wort) instead of Arnica. It’s more specific for this kind of injury. (One of my patients, with a severely bruised fingertip from a crush injury did well by alternating Arnica and Hypericum.) So, if you fall on your behind on the ice or get a fingertip laceration while rock climbing, reach for Hypericum first.

Symphytum:
Fractures that are not displaced or have been set properly will heal faster with a daily dose of homeopathic Symphytum (comfrey). This remedy is known as “knit bone” and will speed the uniting of bone fragments. It will also ease injuries to the periosteum (the tissue next to the bone) and is a great help for the shins of field hockey enthusiasts who like to mix it up. Symphytum is also known as the “Arnica of the eye” and works well for orbital contusions (black eyes).



Rhus toxicodendron:
When any injury gets older and applied heat now feels better than cold packs, second phase remedies are needed to finish up the healing process. If the injured part feels like a “rusty gate” (worse after rest, better after continued movement), then Rhus toxicodendron (poison oak) is the remedy of choice. Typically, the stiffness and pain of getting out of bed or a chair is soon relieved by a hot shower and moving around a bit. Then things loosen right up and seem to be relatively pain free. As fatigue sets in at the end of the day, the injured part begins to ache again. This pattern is not infrequently seen in tendon and ligament injuries such as sprained ankles and pulled backs. An old “tossing the caber” strain might call for Rhus tox to complete the cure. Fortunately, 20 per cent of Scottish physicians have integrated homeopathy into their general practices.

Ruta graveolens:
If the injured part is better with heat and rest (Remember: Rhus tox is for when it is worse with rest), consider homeopathic Ruta graveolens (rue). Chronic “tennis elbow” or your sore arm on the week after you’ve pitched a no-hitter may call for this remedy.

Gelsemium:
If you’re facing your first PGA tournament and are next up on the first tee, one dose of homeopathic Gelsemium (yellow jasmine) will ease anticipatory or performance anxiety. (If you use this remedy and beat Tiger Woods to the prize money, don’t forget where you got this excellent advice.) Homeopathy and a good golf swing make a winning combination.

i personally love to help sports person with homeopathy  ,for any query or details feel free to mail me .some more article  Use homeopathy in sports medicine sports Injuary and Homeopathy 

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refrence taken from Dr Luc and Homeopathy for sports