Conquering Fevers with Homoeopathy
Author: Gajanan Dhanipkar
Foreword By: Rajan Sankaran
- ISBN: 978-93-80355-66-5
- Cover: Hard Cover
- Pages: 164
- Book Type: Print Edition
Fever cases cause panic in patients and doctors as well.
As a homoeopathic physician, armed with the standard materia medicas and repertories, and applying basic skills of observation, clinical examination and remedy analysis, you can certainly conquer fevers in practice.
In this his first book, Dr. Gajanan Dhanipkar MD (Hom) unfurls the simple and practical methods of approaching, solving and handling fever cases homoeopathically.
It is amply illustrated with cases from his daily practice, including diagnoses, analysis charts and results verified by laboratory reports.
It is a masterpiece of a clinically verifiable practical application of homoeopathy.[/read]
Review by Dr. Manish Bhatia Hpathy – June 2018
I had a chance to hear Dr. Dhanipkar at The Other Song Academy last year and I was intrigued by his quick and beautiful prescribing in several acute cases. He had shown a number of cases of fever, where his sound case taking, classical approach, understanding of the nature of disease and full attention to the finer symptoms resulted in quick and beautiful cures. Since then, I was waiting for this book to come out and I am glad it is finally available to our community.
Fevers (rather all acutes) test homeopathic skills like nothing else. You have to be quick, yet precise. The symptoms can change rapidly and you have very little time for trial and error. If your remedy is right, the relief it brings is also equally rapid. There are cases where you only get the common symptoms, others where you find beautiful mental symptoms, and yet others where the general picture points towards a remedy in totality. Each cases demands a hundred percent attention and as Hahnemann said, ‘sound senses, attention in observation, freedom from prejudice and fidelity in tracing the picture of disease”.
Dr. Dhanipkar’s book is a beautiful demonstration of all these virtues.