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Big_Tera    373
18 hours ago, Singh559 said:

The most speedy recovery consists of resting for the duration that the Dr says. You're welcome to try haldi dudh or any other desi stuff, but don't assume it will increase recovery. Your assumption should be to wait as long as the doctor tells you to ensure full recovery.

I broke my scaphoid and it took longer than the doctor said to get up to 100% and I allowed for plenty of time for it to heal. I know a lot of people who exacerbate their injuries by not waiting enough for it to heal 100%. Tread with caution and good luck.

Yep this is what I have been told by the doctor. Will need to rest for a while and use crutches to take the load off the leg. 

I am tempted to start walking as normal and doing everday activities as was feeling a little better. But thought its best to rest and recouperate to allow it to fully heal.

Will also take a multi vitiman and change to a more healthy diet.  

The only vitimans I have in the cabinet at the moment are Zink, Vitiman A, B vitimans. But probably need a calcium one. 

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Big_Tera    373
8 hours ago, SoulSingh said:

Dont try homeopathy lol, leave it to the professionals.

Natural medicine has been used for 1000's of years and the benefits include no side effects. 

Ayurvedic medicine is great and can help wity alot of health issues so I am open minded to the the holistic way. 

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jkvlondon    3,419
On 07/09/2017 at 4:41 AM, SoulSingh said:

Dont try homeopathy lol, leave it to the professionals.

homeopathy can and does help in speeding up recovery , that's why it's used alongside mechanical fixes in the sports arena , post-operative care in surgeries . it is the only non-invasive modality that removes phantom pains in amputees apart from acupuncture. 

what makes you think homeopaths are not professional? A lot of them have full medical degrees i.e. are doctors , sure in some countries there are lay practioners but they are not as ahankari as docs and will make sure that the patient's care come first and refer them back to medical system if they detect red-line symptoms, notifiable diseases problems that need surgical or psychiatric help etc

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jkvlondon    3,419
On 07/09/2017 at 0:31 PM, Big_Tera said:

Yep this is what I have been told by the doctor. Will need to rest for a while and use crutches to take the load off the leg. 

I am tempted to start walking as normal and doing everday activities as was feeling a little better. But thought its best to rest and recouperate to allow it to fully heal.

Will also take a multi vitiman and change to a more healthy diet.  

The only vitimans I have in the cabinet at the moment are Zink, Vitiman A, B vitimans. But probably need a calcium one. 

calcium supplements are not that easily absorbed better off getting calcium from diet as plants etc have already made it into bioavailable form, load up on magnesium and potassium rich foods too as this will help with bone strength. Guess saag's on the menu with lots of fruit and nuts. To heal connective tissues need silica rich foods , cucumbers, peppers, wholewheat etc

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SoulSingh    51
5 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

homeopathy can and does help in speeding up recovery , that's why it's used alongside mechanical fixes in the sports arena , post-operative care in surgeries . it is the only non-invasive modality that removes phantom pains in amputees apart from acupuncture. 

what makes you think homeopaths are not professional? A lot of them have full medical degrees i.e. are doctors , sure in some countries there are lay practioners but they are not as ahankari as docs and will make sure that the patient's care come first and refer them back to medical system if they detect red-line symptoms, notifiable diseases problems that need surgical or psychiatric help etc

lol I'm just saying a doctor who put in 4 years of medical school, probably has more knowledge.. (Not to mention they see this kinda stuff everyday)

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jkvlondon    3,419
39 minutes ago, SoulSingh said:

lol I'm just saying a doctor who put in 4 years of medical school, probably has more knowledge.. (Not to mention they see this kinda stuff everyday)

I put in five years study plus  ...seen what most doctors deny exists during a five year internship ... travelled to foreign countries to expand my knowledge of disease and treatment...constantly study my homeopathic pharmacopia , provings and disease pictures, we also study nutrition as an adjunct to treatment (not a common course requirement for doctors)

we are expected to keep up to date with Pharma meds and their cautions , be able to recognise notifiable diseases, be trained as first responders and upkeep that training . Stop being a puppet of the political agenda , they would love you paying for and eating meds to keep you at sub-par health to maintain their customer base . I wouldn't ...I want you to live free of disease and fully

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1 hour ago, SoulSingh said:

lol I'm just saying a doctor who put in 4 years of medical school, probably has more knowledge.. (Not to mention they see this kinda stuff everyday)

4 years of education is child-play for someone being a doctor. Most people who followed through education since graduating school would take over a decade to get a P.H.D. in one of the medical fields.

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Big_Tera    373

Just an update. I had the x ray. 

The doctor said it was not broken. But I am being cautious as sometimes the x ray does not pick up on some fractures. If theres a lesson I have learned from this. Is to be careful. Injuries can happen when you least accept them. Only minor falls and trips can result in devastating life long injuries.  I took my knee for granted my entire life and when it got injured and could not walk without excruciating pain. I realized what a knee is. I am now not doing extreme sports. 

We need to take care of our bodies.

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MrDoaba    240
On 05/09/2017 at 4:38 PM, Big_Tera said:

Anyone have any tips for a speedy recovery? 

Not sure if its broken but its painful. 

Magnesium oil may help. Have a good read about it.

 

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SoulSingh    51
12 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

4 years of education is child-play for someone being a doctor. Most people who followed through education since graduating school would take over a decade to get a P.H.D. in one of the medical fields.

Yup the residency and all... its tough lol; I don't see a reason to doubt there judgement 

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S1ngh    1,354

All is good as long as it helps your body to heal whether it's traditional medicine, aryuvedic herbs or meditation. 

I trust in natural stuff but chemical pumped medical should not be avoided either.

my dad always says - milk with haldi in it will fix everything.

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