Philippe Servais

(1947-)

Philippe Servais was born April 9, 1947 in Liege, Belgium.

Dr. Servais's received his Medical Diploma in 1973. His first contact with Homeopathy was in 1970, thanks to Dr. Lincz, who was a contemporary of doctors Schmidt and Kunzli. He has been practicing homeopathic medicine since 1976 in Paris.

He has been involved for a very long time with the HOMOEOPATHIA EUROPEA & INTERNATIONALIS, whose he is now the General Secretary. This association has instructed more than two thousand homeopaths world-wide and divides its activities between theoretical and clinical studies within multi-national groups and international meetings. He is also the President for France of the International Medical League in Homeopathy (LMHI).

Dr. Servais created the Italian-French group ANASTRA (analyses and strategies) that finalized the production of CHIP (Computerized Homeopathic Information and Research Program). This computer program allows one to enter and collect clinical cases from colleagues around the world and place them into a central data bank accessible through the Internet.

One of the 'Concepts' books in RADAR homeopathic software was created by Dr. Servais. Concepts help the homeopath to translate the language of the patientinto the language of the repertory.

Amongst the many cases and articles published in various homeopathic journals Dr. Servais has published the following books:

1. Hahnemann and Homeopathy, French Translation, from the book of Harris L.Coulter Divided Legacy, ed. Homeoden

2. Le choix de l'homéopathie, at Denoël, March 1992 (book for the general public)

3. Le Larousse de l'homéopathie, ed. Larousse-Bordas.

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