Cervical spondylitis and Neck pain causes symptoms and best Homeopathic Medicine

Cervical spondylitis, also known as cervical osteoarthritis or neck arthritis, is a degenerative condition affecting the joints and discs in the neck. It’s caused by wear and tear on the cervical spine, which can lead to neck pain, stiffness, and decreased range of motion.

The following are common symptoms of cervical spondylitis:

  • Neck pain and stiffness
  • Headaches, especially at the base of the skull
  • Pain in the shoulders, arms, and hands
  • Tingling or numbness in the arms and hands
  • Weakness in the arms and hands
  • Decreased range of motion in the neck

In homeopathy, individualized treatment plans are typically recommended based on a person’s unique symptoms and medical history. Some commonly used homeopathic remedies for cervical spondylitis and neck pain include:

  • Rhus toxicodendron: for neck pain that improves with movement but worsens with rest
  • Bryonia: for neck pain that is worse with movement and better with rest
  • Arnica montana: for neck pain and stiffness due to injury or overexertion
  • Kali carbonicum: for neck pain with numbness or tingling in the arms and hands
  • Calcarea phosphorica: for neck pain with weakness in the arms and hands
  • Acidum phos.Important remedy. Tearing pains.
  • Cocculus ind. Cervical spondylitis. Rheumatic stiffness of the neck. Cracking of the cervical vertebrae.
  • Dulcamara¬† Pain in the small of back, stiffness and lameness across the neck and shoulders.
  • Kalium iod.¬† With numbness, worse at night.
  • Lachnantes tinc. 30 (bd) One dose morning and one dose evening.
  • Magnesium phos. 12x (qgid): Take 2 tablets (2 grains) of each.
  • Calcarea fluor. 12x (qid), One such dose, 4 times daily.
  • Kalium mur. 12x (qid) One such dose, 4 times daily.
  • Theridion (bd): Degeneration of the spinal cord causing vertigo. Worse closing the eyes.


It’s important to keep in mind that homeopathic remedies should not be used as a substitute for conventional medical care, and it’s always best to consult a licensed healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.


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