TBR Cases

01. A Case of Gout and Travel Sickness

- Jacqui Dimitriadis

 

02. A Case of Heightened Mental State

- Jacqui Dimitriadis

 

03. A Case of Otitis Media

- Philip Johnstone

 

04. A Case of Allergic Reactivity

- Ken D'Aran

 

05. A Case of Dentigerous Cyst

- Ken D'Aran

 

06. A Case of Vertigo

- Michelle George

 

07. A Case of Hemiparesis

-Jamie Oskin

 

08. A Jealous Boy

-Jamie Oskin

 

09. A Case of Chronic Diarrhoea

-Michelle George

10. Insomnia for 40 years (new)

-Jacqui Dimitriadis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cases Solved Using TBR2


The individualising examination of a case of disease,… of which the practitioner will bear in mind only what is applicable for each individual case, demands of the physician nothing but freedom from prejudice and sound senses, attention in observing and fidelity in tracing the picture of the disease.

Hahnemann S, The Organon, Aph.83

 

To achieve the best results using TBR2 it is necessary to carefully question the patient, so as to elicit the specific information as listed below, in order to ‘complete’ the case as fully as possible, though sometimes it’s not possible to determine all details completely.
 

  • Main Complaint

  • Location of the Main Complaint

  • Consistent/defining Modalities of Main Complaint

  • Concomitant symptom

  • Modalities of Concomitant symptom

  • Concordances – when applicable

 

The following case examples are submitted by HIS members and colleagues, in order to further demonstrate the simplicity and effectiveness of this method. I hope to add to this selection of cases and therefore welcome further case examples from readers who have some experience using TBR2 method in their own clinics.

 

We welcome further contributions of cases solved using TBR.

Links to cases