Hi, my name is Dr. Troy Giles. I’m a Doctor of Chiropractic and a Natural Internist. Today I wanted to talk to you about none spurs on the heels. I just had a patient come in and she said you know I’ve got some she, well first off had a lot of low back pain and I said well let’s go ahead and inject your low back because she had a herniated disc. But I said hey you know what, while we’re injecting the disc, not in to the disc, but around the.
Disc with homeopathic. Here in Utah, our licensure, we’re able to as chiropractors, inject homeopathic into muscle and into just underneath the skin. We have one that used with her. It’s called Discus Compositum. This is from Heel Laboratories. Discus Compositum helps with repairing disc tissue. We also worked with Traumeel because she had just fallen out of a car and hurt her back. So we used Traumeel and lymphomyosot to work with the lymph to draw it to open up the lymph and drain the lymphatic swelling around the disc. But, as I had gotten the.
Injection ready to go, I said let’s go ahead and inject your foot as well. So for purposes of this tutorial, we used, well actually drew up about 12 cc’s into this syringe and then we used a 20 gauge, or it’s a 20 gauge needle, 25 gauge needle. So it’s about that long. It’s kind of a longer needle, but you know what The issue is with injecting is the pain is in the first few, you know, like the first few, 18 inch of the skin. Once you’re past.
How to Treat Bone Spurs Naturally
The 18 inch of skin, the tissue below, doesn’t really, you don’t feel that. But with the foot, and this is kind of a crazy one, because we’re actually injected. We took that same bit of information or bit of homeopathic that we injected into the back and we just went right into her foot this way and injected right into this spot right here. You can see the bone spur right here. So once we were able to inject right into there, we were able to put in a couple of cc’s of that same Discus Compositum, the Spascupreel, and the Traumeel.
The Traumeel is for trauma. The Lymphomyosot opens up the lymph and gets the lymph do drain the inflammation away. Then the discus tissue or Discus Compositum works with repairing soft tissue, ligaments, tendons, discs. Well right here, this is the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a, you can actually see it. You can see where that tendon is pulled really tight. The plantar fascia is not a tendon, it’s more of a fascial covering. What happens is because she’s pronating, this is like a bow and this is like the string of.
A bow. Right here as this drops, it opens up and causes torsion or pulling on this plantar fascia. Which then, the body will start to put calcium down to try to support the insertion of that, of that plantar fascia. So the body will put calcium down right there and that’s the bone spur. But all we did is put that in there and laid down that bit of information there in the form of a homeopathic. That’s going to help her body to detoxify that area, open up the lymphatics and get all that to drain away. That should help a lot. Plus we’ll.
Place an orthotic in there. An orthotic actually goes in and is going to hold this. This is a great time to show you an orthotic. The orthotic goes in and it will support the plantar fascia. You can kind of see how there’s a little bit of a curve there. So that would go in and support. This actually goes in like this and it’s going to support that arch. See that So it’s going to take the pressure off of this plantar fascia and this can actually reabsorb. What are you trying to tell me You can actually reabsorb a bone, a bone spur.
Yes, if you take the pressure off of it, Wolfe’s law, Dr. Wolfe back, a long, long time ago and all the medical journals, medical information says that if you can remove pressure on a bone it can reabsorb and will reabsorb through osteoblastic and osteoclastic activity, reabsorb those bone spurs. So the injection will help her to get rid of the pain and open up the lymph and get the inflammation to go away while we are correcting the issue with the orthotic, supporting and getting the bone in a better position, the arch in a better.
Position. So that’s what we do for bone spurs. I hope that helps you. Don’t be afraid if you’re one of my patients or if you’re in the area or even if you have a question about bone spurs, feel free to contact the office. We can hopefully direct you to somebody in your area or if you’re here in Utah or in the Davis County area we’ll be able to help you with an orthotic and with some injection. So I hope that will help you and I hope you.