remedy against osteonecrosis


    What is osteonecrosis?

    Osteonecrosis is bone death caused by the poor blood supply. It is more common in the hip and shoulder but can affect other large joints such as the knee, elbow, wrist, and ankle. If the bone is broken or the joint is dislocated, blood flow to a certain part of the bone may be interrupted, and therefore bone nutrition. Vascular necrosis is also associated with long-term use of steroid drugs and excessive alcohol consumption. Anyone can have avascular necrosis. However, it is more common in people between the ages of 30 and 60. Remember that at this relatively young age, necrosis can have serious consequences.

    If you suffer from osteonecrosis and want a natural cure, our experts have the solution for you.


    Natural herbal medicinal treatment

    If you have osteonecrosis and want to heal naturally, without surgery, we've got you covered. Our natural remedy for osteonecrosis helps keep your bones strong by increasing your intake of minerals and especially calcium. Minerals are essential components of the bones which must be constantly assimilated by the body. Our natural treatment can treat osteonecrosis very effectively in women. The reason for this is its high content of phytoestrogens. It looks like estrogen needed to maintain optimal hormonal balance and increase bone density. In addition to our grandmother's remedy, changing the lifestyle is also important, namely quitting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption, maintaining optimal body weight, or exercising.

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    Traitement naturel contre la nécrose avasculaire

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    Medical treatment

    Treatment for this condition may be given by your doctor, depending on the duration of your illness.

    In the early stages of the disease, symptoms can be alleviated with treatment and therapy. The doctor may recommend:

    • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. The drug can relieve the pain and inflammation associated with this condition.
    • Osteoporosis medication. This drug may inhibit the development of this condition, although the evidence remains to be investigated further.
    • Cholesterol-lowering drugs. Lowering cholesterol and blood lipid levels can help prevent blockage of the arteries which can cause osteonecrosis.
    • Pause. Reducing the load and pressure on the bone can inhibit damage. You may need to limit physical activity or use a stick to keep the load on the joint for several months.

    If you have had osteonecrosis for a long time, your options may include:

    • Basic decompression. Surgeons participate in the inner layer of bone.
    • Bone transplantation. This procedure can strengthen the muscle area affected by osteonecrosis.
    • Bone formation (osteotomy). In this procedure, the bony wedge is lifted above or below the load-bearing joint, to help shift the load of the diseased bone.
    • Joint replacement


    Signs and symptoms

    In the early stages of avascular necrosis, many patients are unaware of the signs and symptoms. If the condition worsens, the joints only hurt when you put pressure and strain on the joint. Eventually, the joint will hurt even if you are just lying down. The severity of the pain varies from mild to severe and usually appears gradually and indirectly. The pain associated with osteonecrosis of the thigh is most felt in the groin, groin or buttocks. Other than the hips, the areas that can be affected are the shoulders, knees, hands and feet. Some people experience this condition on both sides of the body, for example on the hips or legs.


    When should you see a doctor?

    Early diagnosis and treatment can prevent this condition from getting worse and prevent other emergency medical conditions, so talk to your doctor right away to prevent this serious illness. If you have any of the above signs or symptoms of any other questions, consult our experts. Every person's body is different. Always consult an expert to treat your condition.



    Osteonecrosis occurs when part of the bone does not receive blood and dies. After a while, the bone may collapse. If osteonecrosis is left untreated, the joint deteriorates, resulting in severe arthritis.

    Osteonecrosis can be caused by disease or serious trauma, such as a fracture or dislocation, which affects the blood supply to the bone. Osteonecrosis can also occur without trauma or disease. This is called idiopathic - meaning it occurs without a known cause.

    The following causes are possible:

    • Use of oral or intravenous steroids
    • Excessive consumption of alcohol
    • Sickle cell anemia
    • Dislocation or fractures around a joint
    • Coagulation disorders
    • HIV or taking HIV medications


    Radiotherapy or chemotherapy

    Gaucher disease (a disease in which a harmful substance builds up in certain organs and bones)
    The systemic lupus erythematosus (an autoimmune disease in which the body's immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue such as bones)
    Legg-Calve-Perthes disease (childhood disease in which the thigh bone in the hip does not get enough blood, causing the bone to die)
    Decompression sickness caused by many dives in the high seas. 

    When osteonecrosis occurs in the shoulder joint, it is usually due to long-term treatment with steroids, a history of shoulder trauma, or sickle cell anemia.


    Some natural remedies


    Santé : les 10 bienfaits du curcuma

    Turmeric is today one of the best-studied plants in the world. Its medicinal properties and its components (mainly curcumin) have been the subject of more than 5,600 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies. Used in Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine for over 4,000 years, it is accompanied by the voice of the most medicinal plant in the world, the action of which has been confirmed by numerous scientific articles.


    Vitamin K.

    Définition | Vitamine K | Futura Santé

    Green leafy vegetables, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, leeks, cabbage ... - vitamin K. Interestingly, cabbage also contains a lot of boron, which increases the level of estrogen in the blood, and the estrogen preserves our bones.


    Coconut oil

    Huile de coco

    A recent study suggests that supplementing your diet with virgin coconut oil may reverse the effects of estrogen deficiency, including loss of bone density. The antioxidant compounds in coconut oil have the potential to maintain bone structure and prevent bone loss due to hormonal changes.
    Plus, this oil helps the body absorb calcium and magnesium, two essential nutrients needed to build and maintain strong bones.
    - Consuming three tablespoons of virgin coconut oil daily can help prevent osteonecrosis, and five tablespoons a day can help reverse it.


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