Johannes Wilkens, Rainer Lüdtke, Frank Stein


A Pilot Study in Homeopathic and Anthroposophical Treatment of Stroke
In a retrospective pilot study with 172 patients, two complementary treatment approaches–one homeopathic, the other following a WALA anthroposophic treatment–were compared as to their possible efficacy in treating the sequelae of stroke. In both groups, the treatment consisted chiefly in the use of snake poisons and arnica in homeopathic doses. A slightly better result was found with the homeopathic approach. This practical experience made it possible to take the further step of designing a therapeutic schema that proves effective in practice while respecting both approaches–the need of anthroposophical medicine for a pathophysiological rationale and the need of homeopathy for an individualized treatment.


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