Conference session explores classical homeopathy ‘enhanced’ by Vithoulkas model

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    [post_content] => Classical homeopathy and its use in treating "the most complex cases of chronic disease that we are encountering today" is the focus of the presentation by Andrew Ward to this year's annual Society of Homeopaths conference next month (April).

Andrew, a homeopath for almost three decades, will explore how classical homeopathy employed alongside the pioneering 'levels of health' model developed by Prof George Vithoulkas, can bring a deeper understanding of chronic illnesses.

He said that while new methods are continuing to emerge none has been as consistently successful as the original classical homeopathy created by Samuel Hahnemann.

"Hahnemann's model has to be properly understood alongside the new enhancements of his teaching from Prof Vithoulkas," he added. "This is an empirical model that was gleaned from the treatment of more than 250,000 cases, following Hahnemann’s rules and this knowledge can be applied to any case. It allows us to understand what we are treating in any given case, the difficulty, the strategy needed, the potency, the potential reactions, number of remedies needed, the management of the case and the prognosis. It's like a fantastic road map that helps us avoid becoming lost as is so easily done in complex cases."

Andrew will also be hosting the live link-up with Prof Vithoulkas from the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy in Greece, who is celebrating 50 years in practice this year and will be taking questions after Andrew's talk.

Andrew also praised the Society's annual conference as a good platform for learning.

"Homeopathic practice can be a lonely business," he said. "The conference is essential to be able to find support among our colleagues."

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference and AGM runs 28-29 April at the School of Pharmacy in London.
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Classical homeopathy and its use in treating “the most complex cases of chronic disease that we are encountering today” is the focus of the presentation by Andrew Ward to this year’s annual Society of Homeopaths conference next month (April).

Andrew, a homeopath for almost three decades, will explore how classical homeopathy employed alongside the pioneering ‘levels of health’ model developed by Prof George Vithoulkas, can bring a deeper understanding of chronic illnesses.

He said that while new methods are continuing to emerge none has been as consistently successful as the original classical homeopathy created by Samuel Hahnemann.

“Hahnemann’s model has to be properly understood alongside the new enhancements of his teaching from Prof Vithoulkas,” he added. “This is an empirical model that was gleaned from the treatment of more than 250,000 cases, following Hahnemann’s rules and this knowledge can be applied to any case. It allows us to understand what we are treating in any given case, the difficulty, the strategy needed, the potency, the potential reactions, number of remedies needed, the management of the case and the prognosis. It’s like a fantastic road map that helps us avoid becoming lost as is so easily done in complex cases.”

Andrew will also be hosting the live link-up with Prof Vithoulkas from the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy in Greece, who is celebrating 50 years in practice this year and will be taking questions after Andrew’s talk.

Andrew also praised the Society’s annual conference as a good platform for learning.

“Homeopathic practice can be a lonely business,” he said. “The conference is essential to be able to find support among our colleagues.”

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference and AGM runs 28-29 April at the School of Pharmacy in London.

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