Designation after finishing the course : Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine & Science (D.H.M.S.)
- History of Homeopathy including the life and works of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, Founder of Homeopathy.
- Organon of Medicine
- Homeopathic Pharmacy
- Homeopathic Repertorisation
- Preventative and Social Medicine
- Nutrition and Clinical dietetics
- First Aid treatment of cuts, burns shock. Basic CPR
Anatomy & Physiology
This course provides the student with an integrated view of living anatomy, functions and vital processes of the body. This program is unique in its field as it meets the requirements that are set out by Homeopathic associations and also includes the courses that the college believes are
necessary for practicing Homeopathy.
- Muscular system
- Immune system
- Skeletal system
- Respiratory system
- Nervous system
- Digestive system
- Endocrine system
- Urinary system
- Lymphatic system
- Reproductive system
Introduction; structure and organization role of the repertory. Rubrics; how to read them. Repertory language. Chapter organization and contents. How to find symptoms in repertory. Different repertories.
-The study of Materia Medica, symptomatic picture of rememdies.
-Essence of core.
-Modalities and site of action.
-Secondary and tertiary remedies.
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What is Homeopathy?
The alternative medical system of homeopathy was developed in
Germany at the end of the 18th century. Supporters of homeopathy point to two
unconventional theories: “like cures like”—the notion that a disease can be
cured by a substance that produces similar symptoms in healthy people; and “law
of minimum dose”—the notion that the lower the dose of the medication, the
greater its effectiveness. Many homeopathic remedies are so diluted that no
molecules of the original substance remain.
Homeopathic remedies are derived from substances that come from
plants, minerals, or animals, such as red onion, arnica (mountain herb), crushed
whole bees, white arsenic, poison ivy, belladonna (deadly nightshade), and
stinging nettle. Homeopathic remedies are often formulated as sugar pellets to
be placed under the tongue; they may also be in other forms, such as ointments,
gels, drops, creams, and tablets. Treatments are “individualized” or tailored to
each person—it is not uncommon for different people with the same condition to
receive different treatments.
Regulation of Homeopathy in Ontario
Homeopathy is a newly regulated health profession in the
province of Ontario under Regulated Health Profession Act (RHPA). The
Transitional Council of the College of Homeopaths of Ontario is in the process
of establishing and implementing standards of education and practice to protect
the public and to make sure that Health Care Professionals meet the criteria
required to practice as Homeopaths in
Updated information on regulation is available at www.collegeofhomeopaths.on.ca,
-Introduction to casetaking (acute).
-Discussion of modalities, using the repertory and examples.
-Principles of homeopathic case-taking.
-Treating the patient, not the disease.
-Objectives of casetaking.
-Recording of symptoms/differential diagnosis.
-Purposes of repertorization.
-Management of partially similar cases.
-Complex and drug-dependant cases.
-Selection of Rx (remedy) and potency.
-The second prescription.
Clinical experience is a key part of the homeopathic education that the OSO provides. We offer an intensive practicum with patients at the clinic, where students can fully develop their practical and therapeutic abilities under the supervision of professional homeopaths.