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Is there any alternative medical treatment for palpitation of heart ?

Dear Doctor, My mother, aged about 70, suffers from knee joint problems and aches (Osteo Porosis) as well as foot bone deformity problems where pain occurs due to uric acid accumulation and angular extension growth of a bone. Also,she suffers from palpitation of the heart for which some one prescribed a non invasive surgical procedure which we do not wish to go for if medical alternative exists. Please advise correct approach. Thank you very much for your kind support and time.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Apr 2011
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Your mother is suffering from osteoarthritis and gout due to old age. These are age related degenerative diseases of the body and she needs life long therapy for smooth functioning.For palpitation of heart,cardiologist is the best person to guide you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sun, 10 Apr 2011
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