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You are viewing: H4H Monographs - Trauma - Injuries [(2) muscles] - Level 2
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Trauma
Injuries (2)
(muscles)

Back muscles
Comparison of  strained and normal muscle tissue

Trauma
Introduction

Trauma
Anxiety/ Phobia

Trauma
Fear

Trauma
Grief/loss

Trauma
Injuries
(breaks & fractures)

Trauma
Injuries
(muscles|

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Trauma
Injuries (2)
(muscles)

Muscle
1. Background

back strian
Back strain


Muscles heal very differently to other body parts. For example a bone fracture, as long as it is set and fixed in place properly, will tend to heal so thoroughly that it will become stronger than it was before the fracture. Calcium and other mineral components of bone create a bond that is as strong as or stronger than the original bone structure.

Muscles are very different in that they do not actually heal with muscle tissue, but with other foreign substances (eg collagen). The resulting scar tissue is weaker, less elastic, and highly prone to re-injury. Once a muscle is damaged, it can become the source of a great deal of pain.

2. Conventional Treatment

Hamstring
Hamstring strain


The standard medical response to muscular injuries is still mostly pain killers and anti-inflammatory drugs which do little more than numb the pain, suppress the inflammation and in general slow the healing process.

3. Natural Healing

Achilles tendon injury
Achilles tendon tear


i) Requirements
Perhaps a good way of describing how muscles require to heal is by analogy to that of a car. In order go forward all of its wheels need to be aligned in the same direction. In a similar manner all muscle fibres need to be aligned in the same direction for optimum function. The bodys muscle repair process for an injured muscle however creates a patch or network of fibres, rather than a single directional alignment, leaving a highly susceptible weak link. For the muscle to regain maximum strength and flexibility this patch or scar tissue needs to become aligned and integrated with other muscle fibers.

ii) The Problem
Strangely the bodys ability to smooth out scar tissue is haphazard only gradually resolving over much time but seldom resolving completely. The nervous system essentially over reacts to even microscopic areas of scar tissue by maintaining the muscle in a shortened, inflamed condition in an endeavour to protect it from further harm. 

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a good example. Here the tiniest of scar injuries prevents the muscle from performing a simple repetitive task like using a computer keyboard and mouse.

iii) The Homeopathic Solution
Homeopathy by correcting, aligning and smoothing out areas of scar tissue and other muscular irregularities breaks the muscular pain cycle at its root. The healing process is thus accelerated and muscular balance restored in a lasting way

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4. Homeopathic Remedies for Muscle Injuries

Ankle sprain
Ankle sprain


i) Tendon strain/ sprain
Rut, Bell-p

ii) Ligament strain/ sprain
Rhus-t, Caust

iii) Scar removal:
Calc-f, Fl-ac, Sil, Phyt, Thio, Calc-f, Fl-ac

iv) Muscle Strengthening Sarcodes:
Cartilage, connective tissue, collagen, ligaments, tendons.

Rotator cuff (shoulder) injury
Rotator cuff (shoulder) tear

What should I do next?
Contact Dr. Peter Darashah and discuss your concerns with him.
Should  treatment be advisable a consultation can be readily arranged either
in person or through eConsultation.

Dr. Peter Darashah

Ph.D.,M.Sc (Lond), B.Sc., DIHom (Pract),FBIH, MARH

Nutrition Consultant & Homeopathic Physician

(087) 2621943
Consultations held at:
Dervish Holistic Cebtre, 50 Cornmarket Str., Cork.

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Hamstring
Hamstring
Muscle strain

back strian
Back muscle strain

Achilles tendon injury
Achilles tendon tear

Back muscles

 


back muscle tear

Ankle sprain
Ankle sprain

 

Rotator cuff (shoulder) injury
Rotator cuff
(shoulder) injury

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