Why to choose homoeopathic doctor from India?
In India, unlike other developed/developing countries, HOMOEOPATHY is highly regularized in terms of education and practice, only those having completed formal education from a teaching hospital, affiliated to a recognized university, have rights to practice homoeopathy, after registration.
India has a fulltime rigorous 5 ½ yrs theory/practical/clinical training course BACHELORS IN HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY (B.H.M.S.) it’s a well designed course parallel to MBBS(Bachelors of Medicine Bachelors of Surgery) course of allopathy comprising all the subjects with similar credits viz. Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Parasitology, Bacteriology, Forensic Medicine, Toxicology, Preventive and Social Medicine, Surgery, ENT, Ophthalmology, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Practice of Medicine, plus additional Homoeopathic subjects:- Repertory, Material Medica, Pharmacy and Organon of Medicine which can be opted only after clearing a common entrance test for MBBS /BHMS /BAMS /BDS and other healthcare course, held after finishing 10+2yrs of formal education in science stream. After completing 5½ yrs B.H.M.S. course along with 1yr compulsory internship one can pursue a Master’s degree M.D. (homoeopathy) which is 3 yrs full time course, for admission one has to clear a competitive entrance exam after B.H.M.S., so it takes 8 ½ yrs of fulltime rigorous training to be M.D.(Hom) in India.
So, unlike other countries homeopathic doctors in India are not mere homoeopathic medicine practitioners, they highly trained physicians and surgeons whom you also find posted in all the prestigious ultra modern hospitals (government/private)doing a role of a physician and surgeon and even they are posted in ER units.
Indian doctors have a benefit of dense population with low doctor to patient ratio giving them more practical experience/exposure than a doctor in any other country and this is one of the major reasons behind proficiency of Indian doctors.