Articles: arthritis

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  1. A Case of Apis mellifica

    by Dr Angela Jones

    I would like to share a recent case which came to me a few months ago and which has proceeded elegantly and fascinatingly so far. It concerns a charming self-employed bodywork ther...

  2. A Case of Osteoarthritis

    by June Butlin

    This article defines osteoarthritis, a degenerative, inflammatory disease of the weight-bearing joints, which affects over 5 million people in the UK and for which many different c...

  3. A Real Pain in the Neck

    by Judith Price

    This article presents a case study of a woman with painful arthritis in her neck, which had led to exhaustion and depression, and who was particularly stressed due to looking after...

  4. Aromatherapy in the Treatment of Arthritis

    by Dr Vivian Lunny

    Aromatherapy is a whole system of healing, a holistic approach to health and well-being by means of aromas, scents derived from the plant kingdom. It can be described as an art and...

  5. Arthritis - A Herbal Approach

    by Nicki Woodward

    This article offers herbal remedies for Arthritis. The author says the symptoms of this painful and debilitating condition can be relieved and that its degenerative processes can a...

  6. Arthritis: Exercise

    by John H Bland MD

    Arthritis: What Exercises Work deals with one of the most important and significant aspects of the management of these two diseases.

  7. Autonomic Dysfunction and Increased Lactate Production with Accumulation in the Body: The Key Factors for the Development of Rheumatoid Arthritis

    by Carlos ETB Monteiro

    “The first inference deducible from the experiments, according to my reading of them, is, that lactic acid has the power, when existing in an animal body in excess, of producing a c...

  8. Chronic Inflammation

    by Linda Lazarides BA

    There are many names for diseases of chronic inflammation. Regular columnist and Nutritional Therapist Linda Lazarides lists 18 including allergies, hepatitis and rheumatoid arthri...

  9. Hip Story

    by Joel Carbonnel

    When Mrs S came to me for her first appointment, she was suffering from advanced osteoarthritis in both hips, spondylosis, osteochondritis, chondromalacia, bursitis of the trochant...

  10. Hip-Ology

    by Joel Carbonnel

    "...Only 34 but she's had six hip ops". The heading in a popular newspaper did its job: it caught my eyes. The woman in question had been suffering from her hips since the age of 1...

  11. Juvenile Chronic Arthritis

    by Mary Martin

    In this article, Mary Martin, who runs her own School of Reflexology and founded the Association of Reflexologists, describes the success of reflexology in treating a young girl wi...

  12. Medical Ozone as a Potential Alternative for Knee Osteoarthritis

    by Oliver Eaton

    Osteoarthritis is the most common musculoskeletal condition in older people. It is estimated that a third of people aged 45 years and over in the UK have sought treatment for osteoa...

  13. Natural Agents for Arthritis

    by Helen Kimber

    The cumulative effects of decades of use and mis-use leads to degenerative changes in joints. This damage is further compounded by a decreased ability by the body to repair joint s...

  14. Osteoarthritis - a happy result!

    by Dr Angela Jones

    I was going to write about Irritable Bowel Syndrome this time. However, that will now have to wait. Instead, I feel that I must share my delight with you regarding a case which I f...

  15. Polymyalgia rheumatica succumbs again!

    by Dr Angela Jones

    Susan came to me eight months ago, more or less in despair. She had been diagnosed as suffering from polymyalgia rheumatica eighteen months beforehand. Her story started three ye...

  16. Recovery from Arthritis with the Margaret Hills' Diet

    by Sarah Gall

    The author describes her suffering as she began to have symptoms of arthritis – swollen and painful joints –  following a winter of frequent bouts of bronchitis. Gout was diagnosed...

  17. Research Study Arthritis and Homoeopathy

    by Dr Michel van Wassenhoven

    Dr Michel van Wassenhoven recently published (British Homoeopathic Journal 85: 198-204, Oct 1996) the details of a retrospective study of rheumatological patients from his private ...

  18. Rheumatoid Arthritis and its Relationship to Gastric Illnesses

    by M Amir

    "Drugs - when taken as prescribed - kill more than 106,000 Americans each year and the death toll from overdosing on painkillers is now greater than both car accidents and death fr...

  19. Rheumatoid Arthritis: 4 Alternative Treatments (Evidence-Based)

    by Paul Jenkins

    Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is a chronic degenerative disease in which the body’s immune system attacks the joints. This creates inflammation which not only affects joints, but tendon...

  20. Rheumatoid Arthritis: Case Study

    by Jaye Rambaran

    it is hard to believe that only a short while ago Mrs Jaye Rambaran was crippled with rheumatoid arthritis and faced with the prospect of a wheel chair in order to achieve any sor...

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