Secret to Successful Repertorization when casetaking isn't ideal.
The role of repertories
Repertories are one of the most effective tools at Stage 2 and 3, especially when a remedy is not clearly evident just based on the materia medica knowledge.
However repertories simply point us to a group of indicated remedies. The final selection generally happens through the materia medica.
One of the best books I learned the technique of repertorization was through Dr Dhawale's - Principles and Practice of Homoeopathy.
The technique of successful repertorization.
Over the last 16 years having used various repertories successfully in thousands of different types of cases from rural Indian farmers to urban Australian families, I have realised that successful repertorization is dependant on three factors.
1) The suitability of the repertory for your case.
2) The quality of rubrics you choose for repertorization.
3) The way you use the materia medica for final remedy differentiation.
When conditions are not ideal
Obviously the more peculiars and concomitants you get the better is the chance of you finding the most accurate remedy.
We have some wonderful literature on good casetaking, philosophy of repertorization, creating a totality and choosing good rurbics.
But there is not a lot of information on how to select the right books to suit a case you have got.
While it may not impact when a case is well taken but it becomes more important especially when a casetaking isn't ideal or when peculiars are lacking.
That's what this blog video is all about.
How do you create success in such cases and still get the best of our books and resources.
I have shared a real case from my acute clinic to explain this process.
I was the clinical supervisor at this clinic and trained students to work in quick acute
prescriptions. This case was taken by a student who was training to become a homoeopathic practitioner.
So here is my question for you -
How do you use your repertories and materia medica when a case isn't ideal.
I would love to know your experiences below.
P.S Recently I have started a free online workshop on Mastering the Boger Boenninghausen Repertory.
If you want to learn from many such real clinical cases you can join me on this free workshop here CLICK HERE