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I've got a knee injury from 3 years ago... Snowboarding accident. What's the best course of action?

I jumped off a ramp, landed on my head, got a concussion and passed out. When I woke, Both my knees were in serious pain. Really it is my left knee that is the biggest issue. It hurts to go downhill and sprint for 10-20 seconds and it gets incapacitated.... seems like a tendon/ligament/cartilage issue. I have tried several different methods (certain types of chiropractic), some help for a period of time but nothing has fully fixed it. Any guidance on this would be appreciated!!

2 Answers

The homeopathic process is an individualized and holistic approach to healing because every person is unique.

In addition to investigating the trauma there are homeopathic remedies quite helpful for such injuries. Many are available OTC, but it is best to have a certified homeopath review your specific symptoms and recommend potency and dosing. I also highly recommend having certain homeopathic remedies on hand such as Arnica for injury and trauma. Another thing to keep in mind is that there are wonderful homeopathic remedies for concussion that can be used in conjunction with emergency medical care to speed recovery.


Modern Day Alchemist and Master Healer

There is a lot you can do, now as a symbolic the knee represents a certain fear of moving forward and taking your step toward embodying your purpose.
Esogetic Colorpuncture has several ways of treating chronic pain, on the level of the brain with pain memeory that is established, on the symptom level and then we can investigate and see what is the background, where does the fear stem from. What kind of experiences have you been through that established a cellular memory of trauma or fear.
Hope this is helpful.
Cornelia