A 46-year-old woman had developed carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) in her right wrist in May 2016. Neither was she an avid user of computers or cell phones, nor did she have another medical condition that suggested an underlying cause. She had severe pain and mild swelling in her right wrist for about 4 weeks. She also felt pain along her thumb, index and middle fingers which sometimes extended up to the shoulder. Her doctor diagnosed the issue to be a case of severe CTS. The doctor had to put her arm in a sling with a splint on her wrist. She was given a pain killer injection on her first day of allopathic treatment. In addition, she was taking Ibuprofen BD but as this caused nausea and breathlessness, she had stopped it about a week prior to meeting the practitioner. She was also taking homoeopathic remedy, Ruta Graveolens 30C, which was discontinued before the start of vibrionics treatment.
A pendulum scan confirmed compression/inflammation of a nerve in the right wrist as well as deficiency of calcium. On 3 June 2016, the following remedy was given:
CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC18.5 Neuralgia + CC20.3 Arthritis…TDS in water
In two days, there was a 20% improvement following which the patient removed the sling of her own accord. By the fourth day, her pain had completely vanished, as if by a miracle. On 16 June, the dosage was reduced to OD for a month and a half, and then to OW until October after which the treatment was stopped. As of August 2017, she remains free of CTS, not even mild pain.