Friday, July 6, 2012

Diaphoresis ( excessive sweating)

Diaphoresis (excessive Sweating)

There are patients who have excessive sweating,
Homeopathic Medicine JABORANDI must Help
But it is advice to see Homeopathic Physician for
proper check up.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012



First of all What is Paralysis,
Paralysis is loss of motor and sensory functions,
The patient increasingly becomes less and less mobile

Trauma to Nerve System, which conducts impulses
in body from brain to body parts and again from body
part to brain,

For example touch senses etc are transferred
from skin of all over the body through
these nerves,

From brain Signals again transferred from
brain to various parts for motor functions that means,
movement of the body part,

when these impulses cannot be transferred,
Paralysis occurs.

Homeopathy and Physiotherapy in Paralysis:
i will help you learn how homeopathy and physiotherapy
along with Modern Medicines can help you


What is Physiotherapy:

Physiotherapy is a therapy where a physiotherapist
can restore lost movement abilities,
very helpful after nerve injuries,
accidents etc.

What they Do:
By exercises and other means
they restores the lost functions of the body

Consult a Physiotherapist to know more and get treatment,


There are various medicines which
can be helpful in paralysis,

different medicines helps in different form of paralysis

Gelsimium (not to be taken without Consulting Homeopathic Physician)

It Cures Patients who have Dullness Dizziness Drowsiness,

Gelsimium cures great weakness,
Paralysis of any of these group of muscles are cured by this medicine,
Eye, Throat, extremities, larynx, chest 

Multiple Hereditary Exostoses

 Multiple Hereditary Exostoses (MHE):
 There is a Medicine in Homoeopathy ,
Hecla Lava that may be useful in Exostoses,
Please see your near by Homoeopathic physician
For Consultation

Note: Please donot take This medicine without consulting a homoeopathic physician


Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Knee Ligament Anatomy Animation

Female Anatomy

Female Anatomy

Anatomy of spline

Anatomy of spline

T4 Virus infecting a bacteria.

GERD Surgery

Weight Reduction Surgery

Barium Enema

Carpal Tunnel syndrome

Breast Cancer Surgery: Lumpectomy, Mastectomy

Lifenet Tissue Graft Knee Cartilage

Knee Replacement

Cataract Surgery

Laparoscopic Appendectomy Surgery for Appendicitis

Inguinal Hernia Surgery Repair