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Homeopathic Approach to Skin Diseases
Homeopathy is an effective form of treatment for skin diseases as it addresses the root cause of the problem. Homeopathic remedies for skin diseases are comparatively safe and successful since they have practically no side effects, something which is very crucial for patients suffering from rashes. The homeopathic approach to skin disease is to use highly diluted natural substances to stimulate the body's own healing mechanisms. Homeopathic practitioners believe that skin diseases are a manifestation of deeper imbalances in the body, and that by treating these imbalances, the skin disease will also resolve.Homeopathic remedies are chosen based on the individual symptoms of the patient, as well as their overall constitution. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to homeopathic treatment for skin disease.
About the Speaker
Dr. Tejasvi K.P
Prof & H.O.D, Dept of Surgery, Anuradha Homeopathy Medical College, Surabhi Homeo Clinic, Bangalore
Dr. Tejasvi completed his B.H.M.S from Fr. Mullers Homeopathy Medical college, Mangalore & M.D - JSPS Govt Homoeopathic Medical College, Hyderabad, 2001-2004. He has experience- of 19+Yrs in Homeopathy practice. In 2006-2010 he worked in Dr. Batras's positive Health Clinic, Bangalore and currently he has his own Private Clinical Practice Surabhi Homeo Clinic, Bangalore. He is Prof & H.O.D, Dept of Surgery, Anuradha Homeopathy Medical College, Bangalore. He has given paper presentation In various seminars and webinars and published many articles on various health issues in Vydyaloka kannada monthly ,Health vision English monthly
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