While homeopathy has been subject to nasty attacks in the UK, it is deeply respected in the world's biggest democracy - India.
Review from: Physiotherapy Dr Kaplan describes in detail the process of 'taking the case', which is central to the ability of accurate homeopathic prescribing. Finding the right remedy depends not only on noting all the symptoms, both physical and mental, but on assessing how these affect the patient's [...]
Review in "British Holistic Veterinary Journal" Review from: The British Holistic Veterinary Journal I have always held to the notion that nothing happens by chance. Here am I, at the start of my first ever break from practice, feeling burnt out and utterly exhausted and looking for direction into how [...]
Review from: The Homeopathic Times (Ireland) It is not necessarily the homeopath who has an encyclopedic knowledge of the materia medica, an intelligent and flexible approach to case analysis and a comprehensive library who makes the best homeopath, according to Dr. Kaplan. He suggests that most people would [...]
Review from: The Homeopath This is the first book from Natural Medicine Press, and I am really pleased I bought it. In truth, it is rare that I read a work book from cover to cover. I took it on holiday along with some novels and (I know [...]
Review from: Homeopathy (formerly the British Homeopathic Journal) It always struck me as remarkable that in both Medicine and Homeopathy great emphasis was always placed on the analysis of the case history, and yet so little was taught about the methods by which the case taking could be [...]
Massage has probably been used in various forms to comfort and heal for as long as the human race has existed. It is instinctive for a mother to comfort her baby by massaging or cuddling it, or for a parent to massage the area of pain in older children. It [...]