Sports injuries are common. They can also be debilitating, painful and wreck your life in terms of work or pursuing your chosen sport. However, they don’t have to be any of these things. You may not be able to prevent them, but you most certainly can ensure they don’t impact on your life to any great degree.
Sports can be dangerous. Some people are addicted to the danger. Some people simply love the competition. For some, it’s their livlihood. For most, however, it is simply a way to help stay healthy; physical exercise is essential to good health, although it doesn’t have to come from sporting activities.
Nearly everyone turns to the medical system when they receive a sporting injury. And for the setting of compound fractures or sewing up deep wounds, I suggest it is important if not essential. But for many other injuries, medical care is fairly limited in what it can do for you.
You can end up undergoing multiple surgeries, but often pain, of one sort or another, will remain with you. Although the surgeries are deemed important to help in your recovery, it is important to understand that surgery itself is a traumatic injury. An extra whammy your body has to deal with.
Some people end up in a wheel chair after a surgery that went wrong. Or when medical help couldn’t do anything for them.
Our current way of thinking is rather limited and very disempowering for individuals. It takes away the creativity of children, who have the potential to develop into such enterprising adults.
The fact is, nature is very wise. Nature does have all the answers. Species would not have got this far unless she does. All we have to do is to find them. Then ‘miracles’ will happen, on such a regular basis that they become routine. After all, ‘miracles’ are simply occurrences which are outside of our normal thinking pattern. Change the thinking pattern and they can become normal.
To deal with sports injuries effectively and quickly, to prevent them becoming chronic, many professional sports people have their own personal homeopathic practitioner. Homeopathic treatment is rapid, effective and can prevent problems becoming bigger.
Some of the conditions that be swiftly dealt with include soft tissue damage, bruising or injury to bones, nerve damage, ligament or tendon damage, concussion and a multitude of other complaints. So swiftly, that the player can resume their game or the season, depending on the extent of the injury.
Last week, I did what all horse people (including me) tell you not to do. I went out to check on the horses in my best Aussie safety boots ………….thongs (or flip flops to some).
I’ve done this a million times when the weather is too hot for boots and I am only checking on them momentarily. And got away with it. But not this time.
I wasn’t listening to one horse as I was checking on another. He suddenly swung round and stood on my foot.
It seemed a long and painful walk back.
But then, I gratefully got stuck into the homeopathic remedy that is always the first to use in any and every type of injury. Within about five minutes, the pain simply evaporated.
Some time later, another pain developed. Those not connected to the subtleties of their body may mistake it for the same pain, but the repeated use of the same remedy with show that it isn’t.
Instead, it showed that a deeper remedy was needed. The foot has little protection from injury. There is little muscle or fat to absorb it, so injuries to the bones or ligaments can be common.
I took a different remedy to deal with this, and again the pain evaporated.
With very few repeat doses, the injury became nothing more than an inconvenience. There was a little discomfort from walking too much and from wearing shoes – back to the thongs….
Although the skin was broken, no infection occurred. No bruising ensued. Minimal swelling occurred, that was barely noticeable. No pain occurred after the initial bouts. A week later and I was able to put in a good day’s work of manual lifting and carting.
Sports injuries can be dealt with effectively and ‘miraculously’ when using a natural way of healing. If you have sustained such an injury you may like to consult a homeopathic practitioner.
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