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Case Histories


Spinal Problems
Feline Aids
Chemical Poisoning
 

Spinal Problems

Case History: 4 year old Boxer neuter dog. Had been neutered 6 months previously and been sore in R front leg since. Had operation in R hind leg and stifle area bone scraped 2 months previously and been sore in the leg since. Had been on various drugs with no improvement, vet now recommending euthanasia. Diet: dried food, dog rolls, rice and occasional beef mince or venison. Presented with hot swelling on the spine just in front of loin area and very overweight from steroids. Given 2 homeopathic treatments and diet change. Seen 6 weeks later, swelling on back gone, able to get traction with hind legs and had started to play with a ball and had lost a lot of weight. Seen 5 weeks later was sound all round and back to his usual active self. Given 2 remedies to complete treatment and 3 years later is still sound and had no problems.

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Feline Aids

March 1993. Black oriental neuter age unknown. Vet diagnosed feline aids. Presented with very bad gingivitis, copious salivation, bleeding from the mouth, glands swollen, temperature up and vomiting. Diet: commercial cat food: dried and tinned. Changed to raw natural diet which was not adhered to. this cat has been through losing all his teeth, several bouts of kidney failure, pancreatits. Owner after last bout of kidney failure when he almost died has now converted to raw diet and cat has improved and stabilised. Weight good, active, coat great. Still has days when off food but this is due to chemical sensitivity and when treated resumes eating. Currently still going strong.

 

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Chemical Poisoning

This is very common in my practice. Can be caused by agricultural, horticultural, industrial, household chemicals, food additives, toxins and drugs. The range of symptoms can mimic all sorts of conditions. Homeopathics work rapidly but cannot prevent the problem re-occurring unless the chemicals are avoided. 
 

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