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Homeopathic Medicine for Elbow Pain

What is elbow pain?

The visible joint between the upper and lower parts of the arm, i.e., the forearm and upper arm, is known as the elbow. It includes the elbow joint formed by three bones and the various muscles, ligaments, and tendons that support the joint. The elbow joint is a hinge joint. The three main bones that make the joint are the humerus, radius, and ulna. Pain arising in the elbow joint or any structures surrounding is called elbow pain. Pain in the elbow can be one-sided (unilateral) or occur on both sides (bilateral). The nature of elbow pain also varies from person to person; it can be sharp, dull, burning, tearing or shooting in nature. It may be constant or intermittent depending on the root cause of the pain. Homeopathic medicine for elbow pain works by stimulating the body’s natural restorative processes for natural recovery.

What are the causes of elbow pain?

Elbow pain can occur due to various reasons, the most common being tendinitis, tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, gout, and osteoarthritis. Other reasons for elbow pain include fractures, trauma, dislocated elbow, a pinched/trapped nerve, and sprains/strains in the elbow. Sometimes, a pain in the elbow may occur due to an injury to the vertebra. This injury may irritate the nerves that service the upper arm and the condition is known as referred pain.

What are the risk factors for elbow pain?

Repetitive activities involving the elbow joint and overstraining the elbow are significant risk factors that lead to elbow pain. People participating in sports activities or those who are engaged in jobs that involve a lot of repetitive movement of the elbow joint are also at risk.

What other symptoms accompany elbow pain?

Some symptoms that may accompany elbow pain include stiffness, swelling, soreness, and tenderness of the elbow. In some cases, difficulty in grasping and lifting objects may also be noted. Pain may also radiate either upwards or downwards from the elbow.

Homeopathic Medicines for Elbow Pain

Elbow pain that occurs due to arthritis, gout, injury, overstrained elbow joint, inflamed tendons, and trapped nerves are treatable with homeopathic medicines. These medicines show no side effects and stimulate the body’s restorative mechanisms to promote natural healing.
Various homeopathic medicines used to treat elbow pain include Rhus Tox, Ruta Graveolens, Bryonia Alba, Colchicum Autumnale and Argentum Met.

Homeopathic Medicines to Treat Elbow Pain

Rhus Tox – Homeopathic medicine for elbow pain arising from over-straining/overuse of elbow joint.

Rhus Tox is a homeopathic medicine that indicated for treatment of elbow pain in cases where the pain arises due to over-straining or overuse of the elbow joint.

Ruta Graveolens – Homeopathic medicine for elbow pain due to tendinitis.

Ruta Graveolens is the homeopathic medicine indicated for the treatment of elbow pain that occurs due to inflamed tendons (a condition known as tendinitis.)

Bryonia Alba – Homeopathic medicine for elbow pain that gets worse with movement.

Bryonia Alba is the homeopathic medicine indicated for the treatment of elbow pain that worsens with movement.

Colchicum Autumnale – Homeopathic medicine for elbow pain due to gout.

Colchicum Autumnale is the homeopathic medicine indicated for treatment of elbow pain that arises due to the condition of gout.

Argentum Met – Homeopathic medicine for rheumatic elbow pain.

Argentum Met is the homeopathic medicine indicated for treatment of rheumatic elbow pain.



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