• Case Analysis in Homeopathy


Here we are given the revised and clarified theory of the previous two volumes 'Classical Homeopathy - Evidence-Based Medicine'. There are new case examples and there is no need to have bought the earlier books to follow the text. 

Forward to this title by the author:

This book contains the revised theory of the series Classical Homeopathy, Evidence Based Medicine[1]. A few years have passed since I wrote the theory of the analysis in the first and second volumes of the series. Through the teachings I have given over the past few years I have seen the need to improve some parts of it. I also thought that it would be better to have the theory of both volumes together in one book. In this way I am better able to explain the practical application of the theory on case analysis in homeopathy. It also makes it easier for the student or practitioner to access the information. Another reason for publishing this smaller book is that students of third world countries were unable to buy volume one or two of the series because it was too expensive. As I find it important that the information is available for as many students and practitioners as possible, I have decided to publish this smaller and therefore less expensive book. I have added some new case examples, so that those who use this book, without having volumes one or two, can have the information in as complete a form as is possible.

In the theoretical part of the book I have included what I have found to be the most useful information needed to make a correct analysis for each and every case, including the prognosis, the valuing of the symptoms and the strategies and techniques on how to approach a case. In the case studies section, the cases are given first and their analyses afterwards, separately. In this way the student can use the book as a self-assessment test. He can read the case first, work it out and check in the last part of the book whether his analysis was correct.

It is my experience, after twenty-five years of teaching homeopaths of all levels of experience, that a well-trained student can find any remedy - even if it is not an often-prescribed one - simply because he has learned to evaluate a case correctly, knows how to recognise the distinctive symptoms and how to choose the right strategy or technique to come to the correct remedy.

I sincerely hope that all will take advantage of the information included in this book. Homeopathy is an important therapy. It needs to be applied as effectively as possible in order for patients to benefit from it in the best possible way. I am always open to listening to advice from anyone who would like to make suggestions on how to improve my writing and teaching on homeopathy.

Erik van Woensel

Ajijic, July 2015.

Other books from the author are:

[1]     Van Woensel E, Classical Homeopathy – Evidence Based Medicine - Volume 1 (Theory – Case Studies – Long Term Treatment), Educatief Centrum voor Homeopathie, Groesbeek, Netherlands, 2011.

      Van Woensel E, Classical Homeopathy – Evidence Based Medicine – volume 2 (Theory – Case Studies – Long Term Treatment), Educatief Centrum voor Homeopathie, Groesbeek, Netherlands, 2013.

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Case Analysis in Homeopathy

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