All fractures require allopathic treatment. Any suspected broken bones should be moved as little as possible, to
prevent further injury. Fractures of the skull, neck or spine are usually the most dangerous. Bleeding from the ears,
mouth, nose or into the eyes is often a sign of skull fracture. If the patient cannot move the fingers, the neck may
be broken, while if they cannot move their legs, the back may be broken. In these cases, do not move the patient
unless absolutely necessary, and call an ambulance. Fractures of arms or legs should be immobilised and allopathic
treatment sought.
As a general treatment for trauma and bruising.
Arnica 6c, every 3-4 hours.
If nerve damage is involved, with shooting pains.
Hypericum 6c, every 3-4 hours.
As a general treatment, to aid knitting of the bones.
Ruta grav 6c, every 3-4 hours.
For aching, throbbing pain in bones.
Eupatorium 6c, every 3-4 hours.
For prickling pain as the bone is knitting.
Symphytum 6c, every 3-4 hours.
To promote the union of fractured bones.
Calc phos 6x, a tissue salt, every 3-4 hours.

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