Boenninghausen was the first to emphasize on the necessity of a index owing to the rapidly growing proven remedies by Hahnemann and his disciples. He developed Repertory of the Antipsorics which was favored by Master Hahnemann himself. Boger Boenninghausen's Characteristics & Repertory (BBCR) was the effort of Boger based on the work of Repertory of the Antipsorics.
Boenninghausen's concept of concomitant changed the outcome of homeopathic prescription. He found that it is not possible to quickly find the concomitant symptoms in repertory. Hence he gave a special place to concomitants in his repertory. In BBCR concomitants follows Aggravation - Amelioration.
Dr. Shashikant Tiwari, the speaker of this second part of Boger Boenninghausen's Characteristics & Repertory session will focus on the cases solved according to the cardinals of repertorisation method by Boenninghausen.
- Evolution of Boger's concept
- Boger's concept of totality
- Philosophical background of BBCR
- Methods of repertorisation
- Cases solved using BBCR
- Understand the Boger's concept of totality
- Learn the importance of concomitant symptom
- Understand the application of the repertory in clinical cases
- What are diagnostic rubrics
- Understanding Robert's method