On 28 April 2016, a grandmother brought her nine-year-old granddaughter to the practitioner because of pain in her chest. Four months prior, while at school, she got hurt by a ball, and this resulted in swelling near her nipple and pain in her chest. She had not consulted a doctor and wanted to take vibrionics.
She was given the following combo:
CC3.1 Heart tonic + CC3.7 Circulation + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.2 Child tonic + CC20.2 SMJ pain + CC20.7 Fractures...QDS
After a week, the swelling near her nipple had completely subsided, but 50% of initial level of pain was lingering. In another week, the girl had completely recovered and there was no pain. She was asked to continue the remedy BD for two weeks. As the patient felt completely fine, the remedy was then stopped.
As the chest pain was clearly due to injury, the heart remedies in the above combo were not needed.