Dr. Edward Bach

Bach and Bach Flower Remedies from a Classical Homeopathic Perspective

Paul Capobianco, DO Didactic

Media Credit: By AliceFlores (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons Edward Bach, M.D.  was called “the second Hahnemann” 1886-1936  lived to age 50 1917 almost dies from spleen tumor had spleen removed and gets stronger Worked at Royal London Homeopathic Hospital working on vaccines, bacteria 1930  by then had come up with bowel nosodes. John Paterson (1890-1955, coworker of EB, expanded …

Arnica montana

Arnica, the most overused and underused remedy

Paul Capobianco, DO Uncategorized

Media Credit: By Franz Eugen Köhler, Public Domain Goals: To have a discussion about different unusual presentations of the remedy. To have a discussion about potencies used by each of us. To look at remedies in the differential diagnosis. Causation: Trauma in all varieties, old and new   Injuries, stress, sepsis, overuse, grief, stasis ,fright, anger, excessive venery (vaginitis, impotence in …

“Streptococcal Pharyngitis” Clarifications

Anthony Capobianco, DO Didactic

Dear Editor; I would like to take this opportunity to thank the AIH for recently publishing my article entitled A Homeopathic Approach to Streptococcal Pharyngitis. A couple of points, however, deserve clarification. It could be construed from reading the abstract that my method was in some way related to Dr. Ramakrishnan’s work. This approach to streptococcal pharyngitis evolved entirely independent …

A Homeopathic Approach for the Treatment of Streptococcal Pharyngitis

Anthony Capobianco, DO Didactic

[This paper was originally presented at the Annual Meeting of the Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of NewYork, New York City, NY, April 2004, and appeared in the  American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine, Vol. 95 No. 2, in Summer 2005.] [See Editor’s Note at the conclusion of this article.] When speaking of Streptococcal pharyngitis, homeopathic books usually backpedal, advising …