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Controlled trial of homoeopathic treatment of osteoarthritis.

In a double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover study to compare the homoeopathic remedy Rhus tox. 6X with fenoprofen in osteoarthritis of the hip and knee, fenoprofen was shown to have beneficial analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects which differed significantly from those of placebo. The effects of Rhus tox. 6X and placebo did not differ significantly. Patient preference was for fenoprofen. Side-effects were not severe but were seen more frequently with fenoprofen. Similar results were seen in all patients regardless of whether they had been referred to and assessed by a homoeopathic physician or a rheumatologist.[1]


  1. Controlled trial of homoeopathic treatment of osteoarthritis. Shipley, M., Berry, H., Broster, G., Jenkins, M., Clover, A., Williams, I. Lancet (1983) [Pubmed]
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