Clinical Homeopathy IV: Practice & Application
Chapter 1: A Shift in Thinking
Chapter 2: The Sthenic Condition - The Healthy State
Chapter 3: The Transitory Condition - Stirrings of Disease
Chapter 4: Common Ailments of the Transitory Condition - Part 1
Chapter 5: Common Ailments of the Transitory Condition - Part 2
Chapter 6: Childhood Diseases & Conditions of the Transitory Condition
Chapter 7: Female & Male Ailments of the Transitory Condition
Chapter 8: Other Diseases of the Transitory Condition
Chapter 9: Toxins, Digestion, Inflammation
The fourth course from our Clinical Homeopathy Program reviews the different states of health or conditions identified by the lauded French homeopath Henri Bernard (1895 – 1980) during the development of his constitutional typology diagnostic model.
Focusing on the sthenic and transitory states of health, students learn how each of these conditions requires distinctly different approaches to diagnosis and treatment.
An overview of symptoms, related remedies, and suggested treatment for acute illnesses (e.g., abscess, fever, and gout) and first aid complaints (e.g., wounds, bruises, and burns) associated with the sthenic (healthy) state is provided.
Common ailments, childhood diseases, and gender-specific (i.e., male/female) disorders of the transitory condition (early manifestation of disease) are also considered.