Dr Kavita Chandak, well-known homeopath from Nagpur, recently got an invitation to deliver a guest lecture on ‘Role of homeopathy in treating Autism’ by the Health Ministry UAE, at Abu Dhabi.
In her speech, Dr Chandak explained various kinds, signs, symptoms, and salient features of autism like difficulty in speech and social interaction. Other problems that she explained were – behavioural problems, lack of communication, obsessed behaviour, not resistant to changes, inability to distinguish between right and wrong, crying for hours without any reason, to name a few. She further highlighted the importance and relevance of homeopathy for the treatment of autism.
Kavita, through a detailed power point presentation and a video case, demonstrated the life of the autistic child and the parents before and after the homeopathy treatment. Kavita, who’s been researching on autism since last five years, even explained the probable causes of autism. In her speech, she threw light on how homeopathy can help in curing autism and other behavioural disorders that develop after heavy metal toxicity and vaccination. She even suggested the dietary changes that are needed by the patients during the treatment of autism. She said that since autistics have aversion, desire and fear for specific colors, homeopathy could help the patients in solving this problem.
This conference was a joint event of UAE Health Ministry, Tunasial Homeopathic Society and Central Council of India, which took place at Rotana Beach Resort, Abu Dhabi.
Dr Kavita Chandak, a well known homeopath from Nagpur presented two research papers – ‘Homeopathy rocks burnout walks’ and ‘Age gracefully with homeopathy’ – at the European Congress for Homeopathy (ECH) held at Vienna, Austria from November 17 to November 19, 2016.
This one of a kind first conference which celebrated 200 years of homeopathy in Central Europe saw 480 doctors participants from 46 countries like America, London, Austria, Hungry, Italy, France, Slovakia, Check Republic, Greece, Ukraine, Germany, Australia, China, Belgium, India, etc. Nagpur’s Dr Kavita Chandak was also among the 480 doctors as she was invited for an oral as well as poster presentation.
In her speech at the conference, Dr Chandak threw light on modern era disorders especially as to how we land ourselves in frustration, depression and social isolation by being in our own shell, by keeping ourselves busy on social networking sites and by not communicating with people around. She also spoke about the hazards and role of homeopathy in treating such physio-psycho modern era disorders. In her second research paper – Aging gracefully with Homeopathy – Dr Chandak explained the role of homeopathy in keeping a person young.
While Dr Thomas Penbauwer was the president of European congress of Homeopathy, Dr Enid Segall and D Edward were the secretaries.
Sharing her experience of the conference, Dr Chandak said, “The belief in homeopathy has been strengthened worldwide as it is economic and works amazingly for chronic disorders as well as emergency acute diseases. In Europe, different potencies of homeopathic dilutions are available and they follow a little different pattern of practice. I learnt many things being at the conference and I’m sure my patients here will be benefitted with this additional knowledge.”