My Approach in Acute Cases
This blog is an answer to a question from a student in my mentoring program. She is an amazingly dedicated practitioner and quite confident when it comes to chronic cases but here is her biggest frustration.
The Question that struck a chord
I'm not confident in dealing with even the simple, easy, home care homeopathy.
For example, when I slept wrong and sprained my neck, I look in a self-care book for the typical remedies which can be commonly used. The result would almost always be disappointing and nothing happened
The other time, one of my friends was pregnant and found that her baby was in breech position. Since she was mild-tempered and became weepy easily especially during that time, I gave her Pulsatilla 200c for a week with confidence. However, the remedies didn’t help her and she gave birth after two month via Caesarean section after all.
Homecare level prescribing sometimes does hit, but the odds are so low that I cannot even know for sure the improvement I could see is really caused by the remedy or it is only the spontaneous healing.
With those cases like Arnica in a case of bleeding, or Silica when getting a splinter, my friends have experienced a lot of amazing successes. But such simple and apparently recognizable successes won’t happen to me…
Have any of you experienced this kind of frustration? Is it just a coincidence? Or maybe something is wrong with my remedy choice?
My Mind Map of Approaching Acutes
Well this struck a chord with me. More so because I had the same frustration when I started my own practice. Hence she inspired me to put together my protocol that I have put together over the years when working with Acute cases in my practice.
And today I am sharing it with you through this video. It explains my "mind map" of approaching acutes. I also elaborate in detail the different types of acutes, the approach that suits each scenario, the role of acute and chronic remedy selection, the role of therapeutics, when they work and when they do not and many more such questions....
So what is your approach in acutes? Please put your question, feedback and suggestions below so everyone will benefit.