Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung 2017; 262(02): 2-76
DOI: 10.1055/s-0037-1601222
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Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart · New York

Pain management in varying degrees of deforming forms of seronegative, seropositive arthritis and osteoarthritis with homeopathy

Schmerzbehandlung mit Homöopathie bei deformierenden Formen von seronegativer, seropositiver Arthritis und Osteoarthritis

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R Tonsey
1  Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik, Homeopathic Materia Medica, Mumbai, India
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DSD Tonsey
2  Bombay University, Homeopathy, Mumbai, India
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Publication History

Publication Date:
21 March 2017 (online)

 

Methods:

This is a theoretical as well as a clinical study. Cases included were recruited from the clinical practice only.

  • Each patient was given adequate time and data was elicited in a comprehensive manner in order to obtain the full picture and stage of disease.

  • Cases were processed depending on their degree of severity and the role of homeopathy in the treatment plan was explained.

  • References from the homeopathic materia medica and repertory had been availed for the selection of remedies. All cases have been followed up for a sufficient amount of time as per the guidelines of Organon, to obtain a thorough study.

  • From the above matter, data was thoroughly processed and a remedy was selected for the pertaining case.

  • Only those cases, suffering from seronegative, seropositive arthritis and osteoarthritis were selected.

  • Patients of different age groups, gender and different socio-economic background were selected.

Results:

The results of the study have been satisfactory and longstanding improvement has been recorded in 80% of the cases. The remaining 20% includes patients, who have either passed away, discontinued treatment and/or felt no improvement undergoing homeopathic treatment.

Conclusions:

It can be safely concluded that homeopathy helps in managing mild, moderate and severe forms of seronegative, seropositive arthritis and osteoarthritis.