Bursitis

Definition of Bursitis:

The bursa is a fluid-filled pad that allows your muscles to easily slide over other muscles and bones.  Bursitis occurs when this pad becomes inflamed.  It usually occurs when you overuse or injure a specific joint, but it can also be caused by a bacterial infection.  Symptoms include pain and inflammation around joints such as the elbow, hip, shoulder, big toe, ankle or knee.

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Brucellosis

...the condition
“...Affected areas may become tender; bursitis and decreased range of motion may occur in joints...”

Bursitis

...the condition
“...Prognosis: If the underlying cause is a chronic condition such as arthritis, bursitis may reappear despite any preventative measures that are taken...”
...relationship to Chronic / Hidden Infection
“Both acute and chronic infections, notably staphylococcus, have been known to cause bursitis...”
...relationship to STD Syphilis
“Syphilis has been known to be an underlying cause of bursitis...”
...relationship to Tuberculosis
“Tuberculosis has been known to be an underlying cause of bursitis...”
...relationship to Gout / Hyperuricemia
“Gout is one possible cause of bursitis...”
...recommendation Vitamin B12 (Cobalamine)
“Vitamin B12 injections at 1mg daily for two weeks has eliminated pain in the majority of cases of shoulder and hip bursitis...”
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Castor Oil

...as a treatment
“...Why it is Recommended: Conditions which have been responsive to castor oil applications include ... bursitis...”

Cold Hands and Feet

...the condition
“...(Don't do this if you have bursitis or back problems!); Do not wear footwear that is tight-fitting...”
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Horsetail Grass

...as a treatment
“...Other uses: aging, arthritis, asthma, backaches, breasts, milk secretion, bronchitis, bruises, burns, bursitis, cancer-skin, circulatory problems, cirrhosis, edema, fracture, hair loss, heart disease, inflammation, intertrigo, kidney ailments, Lyme disease, muscle cramps, nail problems,...”

Hot Applications (Thermotherapy)

...as a treatment
“...It is also a common treatment for arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, back pain, shoulder pain and other kinds of joint pain...”

Liver/Gall Bladder Flush

...as a treatment
“...Several flushes may need to be accomplished before symptoms such as allergies, bursitis and some back pain are resolved...”

Natural Progesterone

...as a treatment
“...Natural Progesterone has been used for the treatment of arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis and varicose veins...”

Neuritis

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“Nerve inflammation, commonly accompanying other conditions such as tendonitis, bursitis or arthritis...”

Ultraviolet Light Therapy

...as a treatment
“...Inflammatory disease Acne; Allergic gastritis; Arthritis; Autoimmune thyroiditis; Bursitis; Boils; Mastitis; Osteomyelitis; Pancreatitis; Periodontitis; Peritonitis; Rhinitis, sinusitis; Septicemia; Diseases due to inadequate peripheral circulation Varicose ulcers; Diabetic...”

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamine)

...as a treatment
“...When vitamin B12 is being used for its pharmacological effects, as in the treatment of fatigue, Bell's palsy, diabetic neuropathy, subdeltoid bursitis, or asthma, intramuscular injections appear to be preferable to oral administration...”
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