THE MANAGEMENT OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC PATIENT

[Read before the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, May 15, 1945]. ELIZABETH WRIGHT HUBBARD, M.D.   Where do we get our patients to manage? Either referred from patients we have helped, or from other homoeopathic doctors, or the homoeopathic pharmacy (if we are lucky enough to live where there is one), or acquaintances of friends who … Read more

EIGHT REASONS FOR BEING A HOMOEOPATHIC PATIENT

A HOMOEOPATHIC LAYWOMAN.   I am indebted to Dr. J Compton Burnetts Fifty Reasons for Being a Homoeopath for the urge to write this article. I hope I may be pardoned for paraphrasing his title in giving my Eight Reasons for Being a Homoeopathic Patient. I cannot give my “reasons” by the name of specific … Read more

PRESCRIBING FOR THE WHOLE PATIENT

GRACE STEVENS, M.D.   In all departments of knowledge nowadays there are students who devote themselves to some one aspect of the subject-matter and thus gain a deeper-if a narrower-insight into the subject in hand. This tendency is very marked in the study of medicine and the general public is apt to place great confidence … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPY AND THE PATIENT

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 17, 1942. F. ADELE SCHWARTZ, M.D.   From the beginning of time man sought in various ways for relief from his ills, pain and discomfort; from his fears and the results of those fears. He sought such relief as was to be had according to the established … Read more

THE GRAPHITES PATIENT

BY DR. HARVEY FARRINGTON. Mid-West Hom. News Journal, Nov., 1932.   The typical Graphites patient suffers as a rule from some from of skin trouble. Even when there are no eruptions, the skin is rough, dry and poorly nourished. Every little scratch or abrasion tends to ulcerate and healing takes place slowly. It become raw … Read more

RESTORING THE INFLUENZA PATIENT TO NORMAL

Hagee   One of the most marked effects of influenza is the protractedness of convalescence in certain cases. In some instances return to normal vigor is very slow and as a result the below-par convalescent is a ready victim to respiratory or other complications. As a means of hastening return to normal health, cod liver … Read more