Study of the Significance of Individualization in Management of Osteoarthritis

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Dr. Meenakshi Shriwas, Dr. Abhishek Bhardwaj


Osteoarthritis is among the second most common musculoskeletal problem in the world. It is the most common form of the arthritis predominantly affecting the elderly age group. It is a major cause of pain and disability in elderly. The treatment is mainly focused on analgesics & NSAIDs which have their side effects on liver, kidney, gastrointestinal tract & cardiovascular system which adds more agony to the patient. Homoeopathy does not treat the disease. It cures the patient safely, harmlessly and in a permanent manner. In one word, it individualizes. Homoeopathic medicines are claimed to have best palliative, reparative and genetic constitutional effects, therefore homoeopathic medicines in infrequent doses improve the general condition, behavioral changes and tolerance of pain and thereby reduces the chances of deformity and improves quality of life. Thus, the study was undertaken with the aim study the importance of individualization in the management of osteoarthritis. A detailed observational study of 30 cases was done and statistical techniques were used to analyze the results which showed 93% improvement. This brought us to a conclusion that effective management of Osteoarthritis is possible with the help of Individualization.

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Dr. Meenakshi Shriwas, Dr. Abhishek Bhardwaj. (2022). Study of the Significance of Individualization in Management of Osteoarthritis. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 26(01), 2552–2557. Retrieved from