This bundle consists of the 5th module of the Lotus Health Institute Clinical Homeopathy Certificate course. Module 5 consists of the five Dr. Robin Murphy, ND homeopathic lectures below.
Eyes, Ears and Nose - Offers clinical differentials for eye injuries and surgery, including cataracts, blindness, conjunctivitis, corneal ulcers, sties, glaucoma, iritis and general retinal remedies. Also includes ear infections and ruptured eardrums as well as sinusitis, post-nasal drip, nosebleeds, polyps, hay fever, and allergic asthma. Reviews eye, ear, and nose rubrics from the Homeopathic Medical Repertory.
Dental, Mouth, and Throat - Comparative Materia Me dica of dental remedies. Includes clinical and repertory review of teething difficulties, toothaches, dental surgery, TMJ and jaw disorders, bruxism, and cavities. Discusses the remedies for amalgams and their removal. Also includes mouth and throat disorders, thrush, strep and herpes infections, adenoids, tonsillitis, laryngitis, and speech problems. Provides a review of dental, mouth and throat rubrics from the Homeopathic Medical Repertory.
Gastroenterology - Covers a full range of G.I. problems. Topics include colitis, ulcers, constipation and diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, liver problems, appendicitis, gall bladder symptoms, diet, and diabetes. Also reviews remedies for the gastrointestinal system from the Homeopathic Medical Repertory.
Nervous Disorders - Includes Alzheimer’s disease, Bell’s Palsy, Parkinson’s disease, chronic fatigue, epilepsy and convulsions, fainting, headaches, migraines, memory problems, narcolepsy, motion sickness, multiple sclerosis, paralysis, sleep disorders, strokes, vertigo, and coma.
Skin Disorders - Discussion of the remedies for skin problems, definitions of common terms used in dermatology, and a repertory study of skin rubrics. Topics include: herpes, shingles, eczema, psoriasis, ringworm, cysts, dermatitis, impetigo, warts, abscesses, ulcers, hives, and other skin conditions. (Kent’s repertory is used but Murphy’s Clinical Repertory may be used; page numbers and rubrics will vary.)