Integrative Management of a Case of Mild Head Injury with Small Hemorrhage in Brain – A Case Report
Keywords:Arnica montana, Brain hemorrhage, Homeopathy, Integrated approach, Mild head injury, Trauma
Head injury is one of the common problems that we are facing from accidents. It can range from mild-to-severe head injuries, among which mild head injury is the most common one. In some cases of mild head injury, there can be an associated brain hemorrhage. In such cases, an integrated approach may benefit the patient. A 55-year-old male who had a mild traumatic head injury with a small hemorrhagic focus in the right parietal region of the brain detected with a CT scan was treated with homeopathic medicine, Arnica montana. Along with allopathic medicines, he was advised to take homeopathic medicine. In the next follow-up on repeating the CT scan, there was a disappearance of hemorrhagic foci. This is a case to support integrative approach treatment and is documented with evidence.
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