Importance of Preclinical subjects for teaching MM

The  integration of anatomy , physiology , biochemistry  with materia medica, homeopathic philosophy and case taking  provides a stable spring board for the study of pathology and disease at a later date.
The importance of knowledge of preclinical subjects  is that students will be able to learn to incorporate the language of the patient, both verbal and postural into the understanding of their disease process and understand why a particular organ or body system is in disharmony.
 If we  combine this with a sound understanding of preclinical subjects we will lead to a very effective approach of  healing.

Homoeopathy-Holistic Approach

Homeopathic practitioners have a Holistic approach for  healing the human body  does not mean that studying anatomy ,physiology, biochemistry and pathology is unnecessary.
Indeed quite the opposite is true as the holistic approach to healing requires a deep understanding of the interactions of the organs of the human body . In addition it is essential that homeopaths can communicate with the medical profession when necessary as well as their patients who may have had conventional treatment before consulting a homeopathic practitioner.

Dr Hahnemann

Our first prover (inventor & father of homoeopathy) Dr. Samual Hahnemann was a qualified doctor (M.D.). He had complete knowledge of all the subjects of medical science & definitely he had a wide knowledge of Anatomy. So he mentioned his keen observation in Materia Medica Pura in which he frequently used anatomical terms or the name of the specific structure of the body. This is the fact that each and every remedy indicates special part of organs of the body for their action

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