This book explains the process of homeopathic treatment from the patient's point of view. It provides everything a patient needs to know to make the most of their homeopathic treatment. The book discusses what homeopathy is and how it works, the homeopathic interview, the medicines and the course of treatment, and provides definitive answers for the many questions that patients ask about homeopathy.
A family nurse practitioner and homeopathic clinician in San Francisco, Skinner explains to mainstream health care providers how to treat many non-chronic illnesses with homeopathic medicines safely and effectively. He analyzes the 15 homeopathic medicines most valuable to primary care, and explains
Organized alphabetically by disorder, this convenient reference clearly describes all you need to know about homeopathy and the treatment of numerous disorders. For each condition, many possible remedies are suggested so you can find the one that most accurately fits your symptoms. From food poisoning to varicose veins, this book provides detailed homeopathic solutions for a wide range of ailments.
This book will beneficial to anyone interested in, studying and using Homeopathic Medicine. It gives good insight into the use of this wonderful way of using this alternative treatment. Health care students, chiropractors, Western and Eastern Medicine practitioners should have this book in their reference library.
David S. Riley’s interest in the history, methodology and results of homeopathic drug provings began with his exposure to homeopathy in 1988 and his later study at the Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in Albany, California. The homeopathic drug provings published here are the result of his investigation of the research methods associated with homeopathic drug provings and contemporary research methodology. Dr. Riley has developed explicit and transparent research tools for (1) symptom selection criteria, (2) electronic data collection, and (3) blinding to reduce bias. These homeopathic drugs provings follow good clinical practice research guidelines (GCP) and incorporate the guidelines suggested by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann more than 200 years ago