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Tight hamstrings, discomfort, loss of concentration. Taking supplements. History of neck tics. Treatment?

Hi, My 9 year old son recently had a physical where the doctor noticed his hamstings were extremely tight. Since then, he has commented he walks on his toes at times because of the discomfort. He also has history if eye and shoulder/ neck tics. I am giving him supplements (to include magnesium and the omegas) to attempt to improve his attention/ concentration. This seems to have helped alleviate the tics. Possible mild attention improvement as well. My question, should I continue to be concerned about his tightness and discomfort?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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hello good morning
i think you have to consult pediatric physician first for diagnosis then u have to switch on homoeopathy treatment if you dont get good result with allopathy you give supplyment to the child but if his immunity is low it may not far benificial so for this you have to consult an experience homoeopathic physician ,and donr worry all is well take care
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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