Homeopathy offers a useful alternative set of medications for the childbearing cycle. The book offers an introduction to the philosophy and practice of homeopathy, as well as case presentations of successful homeopathic treatments for mother and child, including labor pain, teething, depression, irritability, and marital discord.
Richard Moskowitz, M.D., completed his undergraduate degree at Harvard and his medical education at New York University. A past President of the National Center for Homeopathy and a regular member of their teaching faculty, Dr. Moskowitz has contributed more than forty articles and interviews to a variety of magazines and journals. With a homeopathic experience spanning eighteen years and over eight hundred pregnancies, he is currently engaged in a homeopathic family practice in Watertown, Massachusetts.
"At last! A basic, detailed manual on homeopathy for maternity care. Dr. Mosowitz blends the wisdom of the classical homeopaths with illustrative cases from his own experience. The result is a modern and delghtfully informative guide to homeopathic medicine during pregnancy, childbirth, and the newborn period."
- Linda Cooper, M.D.
"This fine book will reach beyond the confines of the homeopathic community. It speaks to doctors, nurses, parents, midwives, and women nationwide. Its scholarly and elegant presentation will assist homeopaths in their care of mothers and infants."
- Catherine Coulter