Louis Klein FSHom on legal status of Homeopathy

Louis Klein FSHom on legal status of Homeopathy


so there’s a reason why I’m doing homeopathy now and that reason for doing hop at the homeopathy now for me has actually changed from when I first started doing homeopathy I knew there was something to it at the beginning of when I started studying homeopathy and practicing now that I’ve been practicing for 40 years in teaching homeopathy and going around the world and seeing what homeopaths do I feel that it’s an important part of regenerating the health of the human race and I believe that homeopathy will in fact become a very important part of medicine the fear about homeopathy now is as a result of the fact that it has a 200 over a 200 year history of safety and efficacy and most of the information that we use clinically is actually related by the patient that strikes a lot of fear in many manufacturers of medications etc because it basically puts the responsibility of efficacy in the hands of patients rather than that in the hands of studies that can be manipulated and so as a result of this there’s a lot of controversy about oh my Appa the– but there’s a lot of interesting developments for example where I live in Canada there’s been a huge shift in the legalization of homeopathy so now for example in the largest per capita province of Canada Ontario homeopathy is a registered health discipline and what that means is that homeopaths are you no register have a registrar the practice of homeopathy and the safety of homeopathy is monitored by the government and homeopathy is in fact being incorporated into the fabric the legitimate fabric of healthcare in Ontario a huge shift the registrar of homeopathy is someone who’s had an incredible vision and also has really worked with the Ministry of Health and has established oh my op ëthey we now just in the first couple of years of this shift and the registration of homeopathy there’s over 500 homeopaths registered and the government has in the past provided resources for this whole process so there’s been a huge shift and I feel also a registered school that trains nurses is now has now developed a three year program in homeopathy including clinical homeopathy etc and I’ve been advising that school and quite excited about this new program it also means because it’s a government-funded school that the students will be able to get government student loans and grants etc for studying homeopathy so there’s a very big shift happening and I think really this is also as a result of the kind of patient satisfaction that homeopathy brings it’s the same thing that happened in Switzerland where patients really were the ones drove the the registration of homeopathy as part of the medical care system in Switzerland so I’m very excited about this and I believe that homeopathy can very much contribute especially in the case of the treatment of chronic disease you know the some of the criticisms of homeopathy is that as a result of people doing homeopathy they’re not going to get emergency care acute care things taken care of and this actually is the opposite that I see in my practice in fact patients get more engaged in their health care get more taken care of in the sense that they’ll seek an opinion of a medical doctor because they want to know what’s going on and they want to create a plan of action for themselves and I encourage all this in my practice I always encourage people to continue to see a medical doctor to safely deal with acute situations and it for the most part works well for all the part works very well for my patients so I think that homeopathy can contribute a lot and really in Ontario there’s a big effort to integrate it into the whole health care system so I’m very excited about where homeopathy is going and actually very optimistic

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