”Sab ka Swasthya, Homoeopathy ke Saath”: International Homoeopathic Conference Held At Bengaluru

The International Homoeopathic  conference was attended by about 800 delegates from all over India, there was a representation from all the states of India.

BENGALURU: A Three day International Homoeopathic Conference 2017 was held at Bengaluru on 8th, 9th and 10th ended on a great note on Sunday.

The Union Minister of State for AYUSH(Independent Charge), Shri Shripad Yesso Naik has said that the Governmentof India is doing everything possible to promote research in various departments of Homoeopathy and encourage new researchers to make India the leader in Research arena of Homoeopathy.

Shri Naik was the Chief Guest at a three day International Homoeopathic Conference organized by Karnataka Qualified Homoeopathic Doctors Association (KQHDA) in Bengaluru from 8-10 September, 2017. An International Homoeopathic conference was organized for the first time in Bengaluru.

The AYUSHMinister congratulated all the members of KQHDA for completing 25 years of their untiring and uninterrupted service to the Homoeopathic fraternity.  

The conference was attended by about 800 delegates from all over India, there was a representation from all the states of India. There were delegates from outside India, countries like Italy, Siberia, Sweden, Malaysia, Dubai etc.

The programme was conducted with utmost discipline with regards to time maintenance, and being in synch with the theme of the conference ‘Case and Concept’ without any deviations.

Prof. Dr B D Patel founder KQHDA and Chairman IHC and his team received great accolades for the wonderful organizing skills by all delegates of the conference.

On this day there were many great speakers like Dr Michael Frass, Director of Hospital in Vienna spoke about how the cancer patients responded to Homoeopathic treatment with proper data, Dr Marta from…showed how cells responded to the Homoeopathic medicines, Dr B D Patel Chairman of the Conference & Former Principal GHMC Bengaluru and Chandigarh stunned the audience by showcasing some very difficult cases curing in short time using simple Hahanemannian and kentian Methods and proved the miracles can happen in Homoeopathy.

Dr Ashok Borkar proved the deep impact of pathology on case management, Dr Mirjana from Serbia beautifully presented new method called matrix method of prescribing, Dr Robert Hahn from Sweden/Stockholm proved that Homoeopathy is not a placebo but more effective than any other western methods of medicine, Dr Ajit Kulkarni spoke about the importance of the patient’s Body Language in finding the similimum. Dr Ajay Nikam managed to be the speaker inspite of his busy schedule from his state of the art 100 bedded hospital and spoke about the incurable cases cured by Homoeopathy.

Dr Tapas Kundu and Dr Mohan Kumar presented some amazing cases in the field of Hemophilia and necrosis of the toes.  Dr Rajan Shankaran,  explained how different methods in Homoeopathy arrive at same goal of finding a similimum for any patient.

Padma  Bhushan Dr B M Hegde, senior Cardiologist, graced the Valedictory Function as the Chief Guest. Dr B M Hegde called the public to support Homoeopathy as it is a great science. He said Homoeopathy is a science and not just a placebo effect, all systems need to be integrated to get the best healthcare, no system should do tall claims as none of the systems are complete in themselves. He also insisted that all Homoeopaths should be proud of this System and practice with confidence. He adviced all Homoepaths  to do the necessary documentation in their practice

Chief guest Dr Yesso Naik , Hon Minister for Ayush, Govt of India and Shri K R Ramesh Kumar, Minister for Health And family Welfare appreciated the idea of International Homoeopathic Conference being conducted with such High standards and discipline. Shri Ramesh Kumar was full of praises for Dr B D Patel’s amazing skills of organizing such a huge event meticulously.

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