Dr Kavita Chandak, a homeopath from Nagpur, recently delivered a lecture on ‘Homeopathy and Austism – A Friend in need is a friend indeed’ in Dubai. Dr Chandak was invited by the Dubai Chapter of Indian Institute of Homeopathic Physician (IIHP) to deliver a keynote speech on evidence-based cases cured by homeopathy.
During her lecture, Dr Chandak, with the help of a video, explained a case of an autistic child whose lifestyle, cognitive skills, learning capabilities and verbal communication improved to a great extent after homeopathic medication. She also explained the approach of homeopathy in autism and other psychiatric disorders.
Dr Chandak, durng the lecture, stressed upon the importance of homeopathic philosophy in clinical practice, following the cardinal principles of homeopathy and explained why a physician must have complete knowledge of a disease. She asserted that the hidden qualities of autistic patients need to be unveiled and for that they need good medication along with other occupational therapies and dietary changes.
Present during the lecture were MA Rao (National President, IIHP, Chief Guest Amina Al Haidan and Guest of Honour Dr Namat Al Subaie (Diplomat from Bahrain). The programme was hosted by Dr Ritu Manchanda and Dr Santosh Kumar.
Nagpur’s well-known homeopathic physician Dr Kavita Chandak was recently conferred with an Honorary Doctorate by France’s Ecole Superieure Robert de Sorbon University at a convocation ceremony held at Hotel Lotus in Thailand’s capital Bangkok. Dr Chandak was awarded because for her work experience and her socio-medical contribution towards welfare of society.
Present during the convocation ceremony were Clarence de la Faide (Secretary General, Ecole Superieure Robert de Sorbon University), Jury president Dr Jhon Thomas, European social activist Annet Suji, Dr DK Sharma (Director, Foreign Education Society, India), Uttar Pradesh politician Roli Tiwari, among other prominent guests.