Fractures refer to a break or crack in a bone resulting from injury or trauma. They can range from hairline cracks to complete breaks, and the severity of the fracture determines the necessary treatment. Fractures often cause pain, swelling, bruising and limited mobility in the affected area.

Homeopathy is a holistic system of medicine that works on the principle of "like cures like." It uses highly diluted substances to stimulate the body's own healing mechanisms. Homeopathic remedies can be effective in addressing anxiety by addressing the underlying causes and promoting overall wellbeing.  

Here are seven commonly used homeopathic remedies for fractures:

1. Arnica montana (Arn.)

The primary remedy for fractures and injuries. It can help reduce pain, swelling and bruising associated with fractures. Arnica s often recommended in the early stages of fracture healing. Read more...

2. Symphytum officinale (Symph.)

Known as the "bone-knitter" remedy, it promotes healing of fractures, especially when there is a feeling of sharp pain at the fracture site. Symphytum is also useful for promoting callus formation and reducing pain during the healing process. Only use this once the bone is set/held in the right place for bone growth and repair. Read more...

3. Ruta graveolens (Ruta)

Beneficial for fractures involving the periosteum (the outer covering of the bone) or tendons. It can help relieve pain, stiffness and soreness in the affected area. Read more...

4. Calcarea phosphorica (Calc. phos.)

This is a tissue salt that supports bone growth and healing. It is particularly suitable for fractures in children and individuals with weak or brittle bones. Read more...

5. Silicea (Sil.)

This promotes the healing of fractures, especially when there is delayed union or when the fracture does not heal properly. It can help strengthen the bone and promote healthy callus formation. Don’t use if there are pins, plates or prostheses anywhere in the body as they may be displaced. Read more...

6. Phosphorus (Phos.)

A remedy indicated for fractures with slow or impaired healing. It can help improve the mineralization and strength of bones, promoting proper healing. Read more...

7. Natrum sulphuricum (Nat. sulph.)

Beneficial for fractures that have resulted in chronic or recurring pain. It can help alleviate pain and support the healing process. Read more...

Other natural ways to help fractures heal:

1. Immobilisation: Follow the medical advice regarding immobilisation techniques such as splinting, casting or bracing to ensure proper alignment and stability of the fractured bone during healing.

2. Adequate nutrition: Consume a well-balanced diet rich in nutrients necessary for bone health, including calcium, vitamin D, magnesium and vitamin K. Foods like dairy products, leafy greens, nuts and seeds can contribute to bone healing.

3. Gentle exercise: Engage in gentle exercises and physical therapy recommended by a healthcare professional to promote circulation, maintain muscle strength and prevent joint stiffness during the healing process.

4. Cold and heat therapy: Apply cold packs during the initial stages of the fracture to reduce swelling and inflammation. After the acute stage, heat therapy such as warm compresses or warm baths can help improve blood flow and relax muscles.

5. Arnica oil or gel: Topically apply Arnica oil or gel to the surrounding area of the fracture to alleviate pain, reduce swelling and promote healing. Make sure to follow the instructions and consult a healthcare professional before using any topical products.

6. Rest and sleep: Allow sufficient rest and sleep to aid in the healing process. Avoid activities that put stress on the affected area and follow your healthcare professional's advice on weight-bearing or movement restrictions.

7. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water to maintain hydration, support the body's healing processes and aid in the removal of waste products.

It is important to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis, proper management and guidance with broken bones.

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This clinic creates a beacon for homeopathy in Stroud; it brings homeopaths together; it acts as an international teaching facility for the School and it offers patients the highest quality of homeopathic treatment and care.

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