Homeopaths that use external analysisGreetings all,
I was wondering what your opinions are on Homeopaths who supplement the case taking procedure by means of external analysis, including but not limited to:
-Live Blood Cell Analysis
Do you consider the use of any of these methods to detract from the central focus of classical Homeopathy? The reason I ask is I have yet to see a Homeopath for some chronic conditions and one of the practitioners I'm considering makes use of one of the listed methods. However, I've heard that in such cases any practitioner using these methods is to be avoided at all costs.
I've also heard that the use of extenal procedures may indicate that the Homeopath in question is unexperienced, or moreso a naturopathic doctor who doesn't have the necessary Homeopahic credentials and thus makes use of procedures outside of the case taking procedure.
Even though physical symptoms are taken into detail, does the use of any external testing detract from the patient's overall picture considering the emotional and mental levels are of higher priority?
I'd like to hear of some of your experiences, and would appreciate any help!
MelMan on 2006-07-01
♡ John Stanton last decade
I'm a allopath, but I'm also interested and reseach in most other alternative forms of treatment including homoeopathy. Does it make my credentials as a allopath any suspect if i use homoeopathy. Go ahead carefree with a clear mind.
carlos last decade
Use a certain material to hit a certain point.
Example Gelsimium on the nerves
Use a material to hit the whole.
Just the consent of the judgement. Make sure patient keeps faith in homeoapthy and immidiate surgery is aborted.
♡ girilal last decade
I was under the impression that any external testing would be of little or no use to supplement the existing case taking procedure, which is already thorough in itself, and would simply mean more profit for the Homeopath.
Carlos, I see what you're saying and agree with you, but the few other Homeopaths I've spoken to frowned upon external testing procedures as if you couldn't trust anyone who does anything outside the normal Homeopathic procedures. I'm guessing they were either very radical and strict in their practice or just wanted me to see them above any other practitioner, which was probably the case, business is business to them afterall, although it seems a bit unethical.
I'll go ahead and book an appointment and see what happens. I hope that the case taking procedure is taken in detail and that the external testing helps out so that the correct remedy is chosen.
MelMan last decade
♡ John Stanton last decade
parachute last decade
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