By Dana Ullman MPH

Desktop Companion to Physical Pathology, Roger Morrison, MD (This is an extremely popular book that describes 50 of the most common acute and chronic ailments seen by homeopaths and their homeopathic treatment.  A very practical textbook.)

Evidence Based Homeopathic Family Medicine (an eBook), by Dana Ullman, MPH (This is a practical clinical guidebook to treating 100+ common ailments.  Information about whatever clinical research has been conducted is an integral part of this eBook.)

Homeopathic Emergency Guide by Thomas Kruzel, ND, DHANP (This is a great clinical guidebook to treating people with various acute ailments.  It provides an impressive number of medicines for each condition, along with details (non-superficial) about each medicine.

Homeopathy for Musculoskeletal Healing by Asa Hershoff, ND, DC (This book is the most detailed clinical guidebook to treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal ailments.  This book is very well-organized and beautifully designed (a rare feature in homeopathic books).

A Homeopathic Approach to Cancer, by A.U. Ramakrishnan, MD, and Catherine Coulter (An excellent book on the subject.)

Homeopathic Guide for Travellers, Ravi Roy & Carola Lage Roy (a very practical and useful guide for people doing worldwide travel!)

Healing Complex Children with Homeopathy: ASD, PANDAS/PANS, Lyme, ADHD, and More.  by Angelica Lemke, ND (a truly excellent book for serious students and practitioners of homeopathy who want to treat these complex health conditions that children experience; this book discussed both the “classic” homeopathic medicines as well as many of the newer ones!)

Homeopathy in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine by Michael Frass, MD, Martin Bunder (editors) (This impressive textbook provides detailed information on how a homeopath can treat common ailments that lead to intensive care and emergency medicine in a hospital-setting.  This book is written and edited by highly experienced physicians who work in hospitals and who utilize homeopathic medicines.