They use one of Christina Mueller’s cases of Multiple Sclerosis in an 18 year old woman to show briefly demonstrate analysis using The Mueller Method™ of Homeopathy.
The world has accelerated since the simple horse-and-buggy days of Hahnemann’s time, and so our approach to homeopathic treatment must become just as advanced and dynamic. With technological, scientific, and medical progress, the diseases and disorders we suffer from have become more complicated and more aggressive.
Christina Mueller, Director of The Homeopathic College, interviews Pamela Swanson, RN, CCH, RSHom(NA) of Florida, USA specializes in treating children with autism spectrum disorders. She has been using The Mueller Method in her practice for nearly 2 years now. Please enjoy this interview on Pamela’s experience and observations on using The Mueller Method.
CM: You are currently a full time practicing homeopath. I know you are also trained as an RN, but can you give everyone a brief overview of your past training and experience before becoming a homeopath?
PS: I worked as an intensive care nurse for over 20 years. When I moved on from hospital nursing, I worked as a home health nurse and a hospice nurse. My last job as a traditional R.N. was running a family practice clinic.
CM: What led you into studying homeopathy and ultimately becoming a practitioner? Read more
A free webinar hosted by Will Taylor, MD and sponsored by WholeHealthNow Books. Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH, continues the work of Samuel Hahnemann by applying the concepts from the Organon to today’s homeopathic practice. Diseases of today are more complex than in Hahnemann’s time. Our chronic disorders are mostly iatrogenic (drug/poison induced). Learn how to use new tools to accomplish more with your patients – faster and gentler.
Topics covered: dosing, potency, primary and secondary action of drugs, causes of disease, removing obstacles to cure and antidoting (reverse chronological tautopathy), remedy selection for complex and multiple disorders and more.
By Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH
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He looked older than his fifty-nine years, with grey-white hair and wrinkled skin. Bill had worked for the local government as tax assessor, but had retired early because of his illness. He seemed withdrawn, as if profoundly depressed, and despite his regular habit of dressing in a suit and tie, he had disheveled and unkempt look.
We first saw Bill on January 31, 2001. He had already seen two neurologists. The diagnosis? Neurological exams confirmed the physical signs of Parkinson’s, although MRI and CT scans were not conclusive. However the two neurologists made the diagnosis independently of another.