Healing Broken Bones
When it comes to healing broken bones, it is important to look at nutrition, minerals, Chinese herbals and acupuncture.
Combining the appropriate ingredients above into a regular green smoothie or juice daily with collagen peptides will provide the nutrients that your body needs to rebuild and heal.
Chinese Medicine can help heal broken bones. They can also reduce swelling and inflammation. Thing is rather than just self diagnosis make sure with a chinese herbalist that the formula and herbs are appropriate for you. Herbal formulas are meant to be balanced so just choosing an herb and taking it isn't going to give you the benefits that you are hoping for.
There are formulas that are meant for enhancing bone strength and formation and these are Osteo8 and The Great Mender.
The Great Mender is a tea pill about the size of a BB pellet. A lot goes into making those tiny pills. The brand that these come from has been around for a long time but uses talcum powder in their process.
Osteo8 is a capsule with ingredients:
Acupuncture is another technique that can help with healing broken bones. It helps with the circulation of energy, blood and nerve flow in the body, which helps to promote healing. Additionally, acupuncture can help to reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling.
Visualization is a way of internal communication. You are delivering instructions to accomplish something.
Have you ever used visualization in sports? It helps develop mental strength and focus, as well as enhance physical performance. Visualizing success in sport leads to making improvements to your focus and techniques leads to more confidence, motivation and being better prepared for challenges.
Moving this type of visualization into healing can do wonders for energy and the nervous system as you heal from your injury. Giving instruction as you practice (visualize) activities in their specific actions like stepping and weight bearing through a damaged ankle, remembering the support that it provides. sending the neural signals for an action without performing the actionMore on visualization in another post. I also have guided visualizations available.
In conclusion, nutrition, minerals, Chinese herbals, and acupuncture can all be beneficial for healing broken bones. Eating the right foods and using the visualization techniques can help the healing process significantly.
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Scott Klein, LAc focuses on helping his patients recover from physical and mental emotional trauma and to release their symptoms of stress and pain.