Westerhuis – Drs. – Atjo, the Netherlands
Lectures for Companion Animals
Atjo graduated in 1973 at the Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Atjo has been a conventional and homeopathic veterinary practitioner for over forty years, treating mainly dogs. He is the founder (1977), president (1977-1987) and honorary member (since 1987) of the Dutch Study Group for Complementary Working Veterinary Surgeons of the Royal Dutch Society for Veterinary Medicine. He has been a veterinary consultant at VSM (1977-1999), one of the leading manufacturers of homeopathic and herbal medicines in the Netherlands. Atjo has been the founder of the International Veterinary Association for Veterinary Homeopathy (Luxembourg City, 1986). He is the author of among others the book Your Dog & Homeopathy, which is published in Dutch, German and English. He has been a teacher in veterinary homeopathy in the German institute ‘Aude Sapere’ (for the ‘Akademie fur Tierärztliche Fortbildung’) for more than 20 years (1987-2010). Together with his wife Pauline, Atjo runs the Edupet Education Center for the veterinary and non-veterinary pet sector, for professionals as well as for pet owners.
Turning Hocus Pocus into evidence
November 25, 10.05 AM – COMPANION ANIMALS
Prescribing ‘medicines’ that has been diluted beyond the Avogadro number and then telling pet owners that their pets would thereby become healthy and later on, charging an academics fee for services provided and ‘medicines’. Actually, for me that was hocus pocus, bordering on fraud.
However, I had patients that I could not cure, but a homeopath could. The demand for veterinary healthcare was far greater than conventional veterinary medicine could meet. Human medicines had many side effects on animals. Out of concern for my patients, I signed up at the ‘guild for quacks’. My life’s work began: conversion of human remedy diagnoses to veterinary remedy diagnoses.
Repeatedly experiencing the same results with the same diseases and the same specific nuances, making the difference in homeopathic success and treatment. Sharing experiences and discovering that other colleagues have similar experiences of their own. That is inductive evidence and the degree of predictability of the results is increasing.
Through more than 40 years of empirically-generated veterinary differential remedy diagnosis (RDx) and the professional nonsense detector continuously on, I turned hocus pocus into evidence. In this presentation, I would like to share several clinical experiences with you.