You are suffering from muscular disorder. Full classical case recording is required else the problem will reaman same.You may click on www. askhomoeo.com to get case record form or may call for telephonic check out by taking the no from the above website.
Yes.. The knee is one of the principal weight bearing joints in the body and is subject to much wear and tear in an averagely active person.If your work involves a great deal of bending or squatting,the risk of damage to the knee through overuse and/or injury is increased...I need few details to give prescription
What time you suffer from pain ?
What aggravates pain ?
Arnica,Bryonia,Causticum,Colchicum,Dulcamara,Kali iod,Ledum,Merc Sol,Pulsatilla,Rhustox,Ruta are according to symptoms are very effective medicines.
Yes you will be definitely helped by homoeopathic medicines. Lower vit D can be supplemented for now but you should do the medicines that prevents deficiency in future and this can be done by homeopathy, because the cause may be lower absorption or defective metbolism for recurrent deficiencies. So homeopathic medicine not only cures your current problem but also gives better health for future problems,too.
Homoeopathy is a holistic approach system of medicine which is based on natural law of cure. So, in your case, only vitamin d deficiency or knee pain is not only point to prescribe homoeo. medicine.
It is important to assess whole case like 23 yrs old Male has knee pain, vit d deficiency and pleural effusion; their correlations and causations must be assessed.
So, proper evoluation of symptoms are to be assessed for homoeo treatment. Homoeopathy will definitely help you.
Calf muscles pain is differ from the knee pain like calf muscles pain is may be due to Vita _D deficiency and Vita _ K deficiencyand also many other causes and knee pain is different so first evaluate cause than treat .
Vita D supplement n Kali phos 200
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