Mr. A. A. (PIN 12344) started with the online treatment from Life Force for his ankylosing spondylitis. He was recently diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis since one month.
He was suffering from pain in his left sacro iliac joint. This pain would get worse when he would try to lift his left leg without bending in the lying down position. He would experience difficulty in walking, as he had to exert pressure on the leg which would make him limp, and he would feel better in the straight posture while standing.
His appetite was reduced since a month. He had developed an increased desire for milk and milk products and a strong aversion to fish. He was tolerant to both heat and cold.
He was staying away from his family in a hostel studying for M.Tech, which he was pursuing from a reputed college.
He was an easy-going person, friendly in nature, and would rarely lose his temper. He reported he would sometimes fail in his exams which used to make him feel depressed and nervous.
He was a strong believer in homeopathy. He had always treated himself with homeopathic medicines. He was recently admitted in a hospital due to severe pain in sacro-iliac joint and was on Linezolid 600 mg thrice a day.
His case was studied and evaluated by Dr. Rajesh Shah in detail. The reports and examination findings emailed by him were taken into consideration, and the medicines for ankylosing spondylitis were sent to him.
In 8 weeks, Mr. A.A. reported to us that he was experiencing 95% relief in the pain. Now, he could walk without any difficulty. There was a mild pain, if pressure was exerted on left hip while sitting for long hours, but his movements were comfortable and pain-free. This made his life easier and he could move about freely without any pain.
After five months of medication, he was absolutely free from pain. His happiness knew no bounds.
This case highlights that homeopathy is quite effective in providing a great relief from the pain and discomfort resulting due to ankylosing spondylitis. Homeopathy is highly effective in treating ankylosing spondylitis.