- Homeopathic Nosodes: Treating Strep, Herpes, and Lyme Disease 2h 00min
Homeopathic Nosodes: Treating Strep, Herpes, and Lyme Disease
This presentation will first give an introduction to homeopathic nosodes, their history, preparation, and potential application. A case will be presented to illustrate Staph aureus, with possible MRSA implications. A second case will be presented to illustrate Herpes simplex, emphasizing LM potencies. For application of nosode therapies for Lyme Disease, cases of four teenagers will be compared to illustrate individualized treatment and emphasize the co-infections involved in Lyme infections. Additional therapies for immune support and individualized organ system support will be outlined in the protocols presented.
- Apply homeopathic nosode therapy to the protocols of treating bacterial, viral, and spirochete infectious conditions.
- Explain an eclectic protocol, including homeopathic nosodes, and other key remedies, for successfully treating acute and chronic diseases.
- Analyze cases from real world scenarios real life cases applying homeopathic remedies.
- Compare and contrast different applications of nosodes in clinical settings.
Please Note: this speaker does not mention any specific products, but does have a relationship with Gemmotherapy USA
Robin DiPasquale, ND, RH (AHG), is a doctor of naturopathic medicine and has been practicing in the healing arts for over 30 years.
Dr DiPasquale served as faculty at Bastyr University for 15 years where she was chair of the botanical medicine department. During her tenure at Bastyr, she developed and launched the Bachelors of Science in Herbal Sciences program, developed creative hands-on herbal curriculum for the naturopathic medicine program, and mentored students through clinical supervision.
Moving to Madison, Wisconsin in 2007, Dr. DiPasquale opened a family practice, Red Lotus Healing Arts, working with patients of all ages. In addition, she was the first naturopathic doctor to work directly in patient care through the University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Clinic. Her love for teaching then brought her to develop courses about Gemmotherapy, the clinical use of a collection of unique extracts made from the embryonic tissue of the plants, a system developed in Europe in the 1950’s. Through her onsite and on-line courses, Gemmotherapy has grown in use throughout the U.S.
In 2016, Dr. DiPasquale relocated to Fort Collins, Colorado, opening Red Lotus Healing Arts in the mountain west. Her focus is still family naturopathic care, working with patients to seek the cause of their dis-ease. Her eclectic healing tools include homeopathy, biotherapeutic drainage, herbal medicine, gemmotherapy, aromatherapy, cranial sacral and visceral manipulation.
Dr. DiPasquale has been studying Family Constellation Therapy for the past five years. She feels this is one of the deepest healing modalities, and now brings this amazing dynamic to individuals in her practice, as well as facilitating group sessions.