Neamhoird mhatánchnámharlaigh an ghualainn: cineálacha cur chuige comhlántacha

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Neamhoird mhatánchnámharlaigh an ghualainn: cineálacha cur chuige comhlántacha

Próiseáil

Arnica, devil’s claw.

White willow.

Manual therapies (osteopathy, chiropractic, physiotherapy).

 

 arnica (Arnica montana). Commission E recognizes arnica flowers for anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, and it approves topical use to treat joint disorders.

Dosage

– Several times a day, we apply to the shoulder compresses or poultices soaked in an infusion prepared by putting 2 g of dried flowers in 100 ml of boiling water (remove from heat, infuse 5 to 10 minutes and let cool before use).

– You can also soak the compress or the poultice in a solution composed of tincture of arnica and water, at the rate of 1 part of tincture to 3 to 10 parts of water.

– Arnica-based ointments can also be found on the market. These preparations should contain 20 to 25% tincture or 15% arnica oil to have an effect.

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 claw diabhail (Fógraíonn Harpagophytum). D'aithin Coimisiún E agus ESCOP éifeachtacht fhréamh an ghléasra Afracach seo maidir le faoiseamh a dhéanamh ar airtríteas agus pian mhatánchnámharlaigh.

Dosage

Téigh i gcomhairle lenár mbileog Diabhal Claw chun an dáileog a fháil.

 Saileach bán (Salix alba). Tá salicin i gcoirt na saileach bán, an móilín atá ag bunús aigéad aicéataililealicileach (Aspirin®). Tá airíonna analgesic agus frith-athlastacha aige. Cé gur úsáideadh é leis na mílte bliain chun riochtaí tendón a chóireáil, ní dhearnadh aon trialacha cliniciúla chun an úsáid seo a dhearbhú.

 
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Dosage

Téigh i gcomhairle lenár gcomhad White Willow.

 Manual therapies. Most of the time, part of the problem is directly related to the tendon in the shoulder, while another is maintained by a disorder of cervical origin (in the neck area). Manual therapies (osteopathy, chiropractic, physiotherapy) can often be helpful. Thus, manipulations of the cervical vertebrae or relaxation of muscle tension can provide relief from shoulder pain, because they correct a dysfunction that may be contributing to the problem.

 

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