This is part of series on Homeopathy Teachers by Homeopathy Resource.
George Vithoulkas is considered the father of modern homeopathy and a homeopathic visionary. He introduced modern and visionary ideas in the mid 60’s, modernizing homeopathy. He has an interesting background. He is not a medical doctor and his original career was as an engineer. While in South Africa he decided to study homeopathy and eventually moved back to Greece to practice it. He opened a clinic in Athens where with a group of medical doctors saw over 150,000 cases.
Today, he writes and teaches homeopathy.
“Vithoulkas’ books, Homeopathy: Medicine of the New Man (Arco, New York, 1979), written for lay people, and The Science of Homeopathy (Grove Press, New York, 1980), for health professionals, have been translated into twenty languages and have had a profound influence upon the acceptance and practice of homeopathy worldwide. His book, A New Model for Health and Disease, published in German and English in 1991, makes a fundamental critique of conventional allopathic medicine and sets out a new paradigm for the science of medicine.
He has been an international teacher of classical homeopathy for 20 years. In the year 1996, he was awarded the Alternative Nobel Prize for his work in the field of Classical Homeopathy.”
You can get more information from his Web site: International Academy of CLASSICAL HOMEOPATHY