The author, a homeopathic General Practitioner, through his experience in his surgery in a Paris suburb and in a low cost Health Centre in Paris draws up a picture of the situations in which his homeopathic expertise enabled him to respond to primary care through homeopathic therapy. He sets out the French social context, its possibilities and its impossibilities. He looks at the nosological and ethical limits of this therapy in the continuity of care. To illustrate his point, he presents six different subjects: a parturient, a new born baby, a young child, a teenager, a fifty year old man and a senior citizen.Le texte complet de cet article est disponible en PDF.
Keywords : Homeopathy, Primary care
|☆|| Text based on a communication made during the Congress of the National Federation of French Homeopathic Societies in May 2017 in Annecy.
|☆☆|| Note from the translator: To avoid clumsy he/she or his/her, it has been assumed that unless the context made their sex clear, doctors and patients were male. It is of course a purely arbitrary decision which, it is hoped, lady doctors and patients will forgive.