It is often said that it is easier to come to a remedy selection than managing the follow-up. Some of the difficulties that arise in follow-up management include how and when to repeat a remedy, when to alter the potency, when to change the remedy and so on.
When mastered, the art of follow-up is the key to developing a successful and satisfying homoeopathic practice.
Dr. Rajan Sankaran explains the intricacies and importance of the follow-up alongside illustrative cases with long-term follow ups from his 35 years of practice. He sees a patient beyond their disease, connects to them at a deeper level, manages critical situations faced by the patient (in health or personal lives) as a homeopath, friend, guide and philosopher, and therefore demonstrates how to effectively encourage the patient to adopt essential changes in their lifestyle, including diet, exercise, yoga and meditation.