Rheumatic Diseases

Causes 

Some people may be more likely to suffer from rheumatic diseases because of a genetic link and family history of the condition. Alternatively, they may have simply subjected the affected joint to too much wear and tear. Infection, injury and excess weight can contribute to the strain on the joints. Hormonal imbalance or an underlying medical condition can also be partly to blame. Most joint problems affect older individuals more than younger people and some primarily affect women, such as lupus, while others are more commonly seen in men, such as gout. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition and is caused by the immune system attacking healthy tissue in the body. (https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary/conditions/arthritis_and_other_rheumatic_diseases/about_arthritis_and_other_rheumatic_diseases_85,P00043)

Symptoms 

Rheumatism is characterised by pain and inflammation in the joints, muscles and surrounding tissue. Any joint in the body can be affected. Pain is often worst in the morning and may including aching or throbbing. The area may also have reddened skin and feel hot. Localised stiffness is common as well as general tiredness. Pain and stiffness can then limit how much the person is able to move the joint and may impact negatively on their mobility. Sometimes, people with rheumatic disease such as rheumatoid arthritis may have general symptoms that affect other parts of the body such fatigue, sweating, weight and appetite loss and fever. (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/rheumatoid-arthritis/symptoms/)  

BICOM® Programs to be Used 

Rheumatic Diseases Min N°/Seq. Pag
Rheumatic diseases  5+5 

3+3 
4+3 
121.2, 917.0 
517.2 
340.3, 360.3 
341.2, 911.7 
69 
69 
69 
69 
Cold 
Improve cardiac action 
Li – Liver acute 

4+5  
421.1 
401.1  
310.1 
25 
39  
90 
Bee sting treatment 
Li – Large intestine chronic  
Sjögren’s syndrome 

4  
14 
933.1 
221.1  
921.1, 465.0 
17 
89  
72 
Panniculitis  
5+5 
420.2 
593.0, 533.3 
59 
59 
Elephantitis of the leg 
Knee joint arthrosis 
4  
5+7 
610.1  
821.1, 633.0 
31  
45 
Periarthritis humeroscapularis 
2+5 
8+4 
821.3 
536.0, 821.4 
652.0, 401.3 
59 
59 
59 
Rheumatic pain 
Coxarthrosis 

11 
631.1 
PS 10035 
69 
26 

Supplements to take 

Magnesium oxide, vitamin C, vitamin D3, vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B6, omega 3 fatty acids 

Other therapies 

Painkillers and Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) are commonly used to ease the pain and inflammation of joint diseases. Corticosteroids are a more powerful type of drug to ease more severe symptoms in the short term. Rheumatoid arthritis can be treated through the use of Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic Drugs (DMARDs) that ease the symptoms of the condition and prevent further damage. Podiatrists may be able to supply specialist shoes to support the feet. Physiotherapy may help to improve muscle strength and joint flexibility. In some cases, surgery may be appropriate such as to correct deformities. Some people find that acupuncture and massage can help to provide temporary relief of their discomfort. It is important to avoid any foods that trigger symptoms and that the diet is balanced, incorporating a range of fruit, vegetables and beneficial fats. Regular exercise is important and should be an appropriate type and intensity so that more strain isn’t put onto the joints.   

Experiences and case studies 

A 70-year-old man had arthrosis of the knee joint and had fallen and twisted his knee, resulting in inflammation and bleeding in the joint. Fortunately, within 2 days of bioresonance treatment, his pain and swelling had gone. The patient continues to be free of pain, having occasional treatments. He is glad that he didn’t need to undergo surgery to fit a prosthetic limb. (https://bioresonance.com/rapid-and-lasting-improvement-in-cases-of-arthrosis-and-sports-injuries/)  

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