Antibiotics for Chronic Back Pain

I use a combination of homeopathy and acupuncture for the many patients I see with back pain. But some extremely interesting research has been published showing that some chronic back pain is due to bacterial infection and responds well to a course of antibiotics. The bacteria in question is Propionibacterium acnes, which as the name suggests it is linked to the skin condition acne.

It can be linked to many other chronic diseases as well as back pain. The bacteria has also been isolated from several orthopedic infections, silicone breast prosthesis, and prosthetic joint infections.

Using kinesiology I can test to see if someone may be affected by this bacteria and a specific homeopathic remedy can be prescribed. I am happy to test anyone, it takes only five minutes, there is no charge!

If you want to read more about this research then follow the links to published articles:

Antibiotics could cure 40% of chronic back pain patients

Back pain discovery: live webchat

Back pain breakthrough could eliminate need for major operations

Back pain: should I ask my doctor for a course of antibiotics?


If these links don’t work for you please email me using the Contacts page as I have saved copies of the articles.