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Suffering from Calcaneal spur, bad pains in morning. Any Homeopathy medicine?

Goodmorning Doctor, My problem is calcaneal spur .I am actually limping in the morning when I get up from my bed. During the daytime it is slightly better. Again by evening it is bad. My job involves sitting for nearly 7 hours. Once I sit for long and then get up it is quite bad. Do you have any homeopathy remedy for the same. Rgds, Vira
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Dear Viramodi
Welcome to Healthcaremagic
A Calcaneal spur (or osteophyte) is a small bony growth underside of the heel. Ayurveda describes this condition as vatakandaka and there is very good treatment in Ayurveda as it is described as curable condition without surgery and injections. There are some home exercise to do, with home remedies to be followed. Including purification treatment of Ayurveda like hot brick fomentation, salt water immersion, Agni karma are the best treatment for Calcaneal spur. After Panchakarma treatment you can take some oral medicine which help to minimize the symptoms and give you permanent cure.
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Answered: Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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