In §6 of the Organon, Hahnemann tells us that we can only see the “disturbances of body and soul which are perceptible to the senses.” What about the disturbances which we cannot perceive? Here is the importance of various approaches of case taking.
Every case in your clinical practice is unique and it is the skill in case taking that will help you to derive totality of symptoms. It is not only about case receiving, the questions have to be formulated depending on the circumstances and asked correctly.
So what is the formulation for the perfect case-taking?
Dr. Manoj Patel will guide you through the basis of the questioning in different cases. He focuses on the value of symptoms by proper interview plan and this he will enlighten with his clinical cases. He emphasizes on problem resolution, Doctor-patient relationship, deriving totality of symptoms by inter-connecting by present complaints, miasmatic evolution, life space of the patient.
- Purpose of case-taking (Philosophical perspective)
- Importance of the set up
- How to receive the case?
- Interview plan
His entire presentation is supported with video-recording of the patient during case-taking, images supporting the before and after homeopathic treatment.
- Philosophical perspective of case taking
- Processing the case analysis
- Selection of the individualizing symptoms
- Creating repertorial totality by taking suitable approach
- Finding the rubrics to arrive at similimum