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Arthritic Disorders in Homeopathy: A Case Centered Workshop

Arthritic Disorders in Homeopathy: A Case Centered Workshop
Speaker: Joseph Kellerstein, DC ND

Date: Friday, April 8, 2016
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

 Credits: TBD
Recorded Session

Session Description:

Arthritic pain and disability is a common source of suffering. Homeopathy has a rich history in this field and so much to offer. Remedies however are sometimes not enough. As in all cases Hahnemann would have us be circumspect in approach.

This session will use the lens of cured cases from the literature to discuss strategies in the formation of a genius in each case that leads to selection of a curative remedy.

We will discuss the process of creating a totality and then creating a minimum syndrome of maximum value to focus our search through the literature using both the repertory and source materia medica in order to model  successful masters of the past


About the Speaker:

Joseph Kellerstein DC ND has been an active lecturer in the Homeopathic world since 1991. He has lectured world wide and is a regular lecturer for the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine. As well as lecturing in the clinical course at the college he has taught several Webinars for Whole Health Now including a 60 hour in depth lecture series bringing the Organon to life in an informative and entertaining way. Other Webinar titles include Case taking and First Aid. Dr. Kellerstein is especially interested in Hahnemannian studies and in original approaches to Homoeopathy within the Hahnemannian frame.