Posted by: DR. RASHI PRAKASH
"Career in Medicine teaches us that miracles happen, that people at the verge of dying can recover, that the hail and hearty can crumble."
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The other one talks about Systemic Anatomy & Physiology. Peep into it here https://www.thehomeopathicacademy.com/courses/systemic-anatomy-and-physiology-with-clinical-approach/Regarding these two pillars of Medicine, Rudolph Virchow, a German physician, anthropologist, pathologist, writer, editor, and politician rightly said-
"First, it must be a pleasure to study the human body the most miraculous masterpiece of nature and to learn about the smallest vessel and the smallest fiber. But second and most important, the medical profession gives the opportunity to alleviate the troubles of the body, to ease the pain, to console a person who is in distress, and to lighten the hour of death of many a sufferer."
Both these online homeopathic courses are in MCQ format. In addition, they take you on a journey through the latest advancements in the field of Anatomy and Physiology. Why? Because a successful doctor is one who, besides knowing the foundation, the roots, also keeps himself updated with the newest developments, the plumules in the field of medicine.
The arena of medicine is dynamic and fluid to the extent that its evolution in some form or the other, occurs every passing day. Medical field witnesses the invention of the most sophisticated tools and techniques of investigation and treatment on a daily basis. Our Master Hahnemann, in the Organon of Medicine, said-
"The highest ideal of cure is rapid, gentle and permanent restoration of health, or removal and annihilation of the disease in its whole extent, in the shortest, most reliable, and most harmless way, on easily comprehensible principles." So let's not stop seeking such ways. The Homeopathic Academy is glad to serve its learners as a stepping stone, a firm base on which they can stand strong to fight back, to pave their way to victory and to write their success story. We wish all our learners, triumph and success in the upcoming competitive exams. All the Best!