Rubrics of Kent Repertory on the Topic Profession and Occupation

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occupational health hazardWe all know about Dr Kent  was the most renowned practitioner after Hahnemann in history of homeopathy and whose books, method, approach, repertory followed by most of the homeopaths as it is easy to understand if you read them with interest.

 

Now the approach of DR.KENT is based on organon, philosophy, materia medica and repertory blended in synchronous harmony so well that after DR.HAHNEMANN homoepathic community follow somebody its DR.KENT.
The main idea in repertorising from kent method is to do a good homoeopathic case taking, match the portrait of patient with drug picture in a sequence 1st priority mental generals, 2nd priority physical generals, 3rd priority individualization(peculiar symptoms) and 4th priority is the particulars. Dr kent always relied on well proved drugs in his teaching we find that he paid very less importance to rare drugs, he mostly emphasized on well proven drugs head to toe so that portrait of the patient can be matched with the medicine.

Some examples

E.g. 1 a singer by profession female comes to us with problem of constant cough on inquiry she said I have to practice daily for singing but when I go on higher nodes this cough starts,,, so in repertory cough – Singing- when raising voice – ARG.NIT. SHE WAS CURED WITH IN THREE DAYS.

 

E.g. 2 A businessman by profession he was complaining of a chronic pain in forehead, he was telling about a hollow sensation in head while pain, pain starts gradually but ceases suddenly at once like it was never there.
HEAD- PAIN – FOREHEAD – OF BUSINESSMAN – ARG.MET he was cured withing two weeks.

 

E.g. 3 a case of chronic lumbar spondylitis patient gardener by profession when we asked what happens he said doctor I wake up good in morning but when I come home after all my work my back aches a lot, very sensitive to touch. There is also crik (MUSCLE SPASM) in back after this he has to move in a certain way to avoid pain in back.

BACK- ACHING PAIN- LUMBAR REGION- STOOPING – AFTER WORKING IN GARDEN- AGARICUS is the medicine. Patient was cured with in six months.

 

E.g. 4 – a female tailor by profession, was suffering from chronic anemia, but was having false plethora her conjuntiva was red but Hb was 8, a lot of vertigo and weakness from anemia, the main problem was her sleepiness she tends to feel sleepy while at work.
SLEEP- SLEEPINESS WHILE SEWING – FERR.MET
The case was cured with in six months.

 

E.g.  5 – a case of cervical spondylosis. Lot of stiffness, stitching pain , he has to do a lot of writing work as he was a clerk in company and the major issue was he cannot do written work due to his cervical pain.
BACK – PAIN – CERVICAL REGION – WRITING WHILE- carbo.ani
He was cured but Carbo ani.

The book which helps in practice IS “KENTS REPERTORY OF HOMOEOPATTHIC MATERIA MEDICA AND KENT LECTURES ON HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA.”

KENT REPERTORY

SINGERS

MIND – SINGING: (47) acon. agar. apis Bell. cann-i. cann-s. caps. Carbn-s. chlf. Cic. Cocc. Croc. cupr. der. gels. hipp. hydr. Hyos. kali-c. Lach. lachn. lact. lob-s. lyc. lyss. mag-c. manc. merc-i-f. merl. mez. nat-c. nat-m. nux-m. op. ph-ac. phos. Plat. sars. sep. Spong. Stram. sul-ac. tab. tarent. Teucr. ther. Verat.

COUGH – SINGING – raising the voice,from: (1) Arg-n.

CHEST – EMPTINESS,sensation of – sing,on beginning to : (1) Stann.

CHEST – PAIN – rawness (includes trachea and bronchi) – singing,when : (1) Arg-met.

CHEST – PAIN – rawness (includes trachea and bronchi) – bifurcation of trachea,at,when speaking and singing : (1) Arg-met.

NOSE – EPISTAXIS – singing,after : (1) hep.

CHEST – PAIN – stitching – singing agg. : (1) am-c.

CHEST – PALPITATION heart – singing in church,while : (1) carb-an.

STOMACH – PAIN – evening – singing,while : (1) sars.

ABDOMEN – PAIN, – singing agg. : (1) puls.

CHEST – WEAKNESS – singing, – when : (2) carb-v. sulph.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – CONSTRICTION – Larynx – singing agg. : (1) Agar.

CHEST – WEAKNESS – singing, – on beginning to : (1) STANN.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – INFLAMMATION, – larynx – singers,in: (4) Ant-c. Arg-met. ARG-N. Mang.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – PAIN, – larynx – singing,when: (2) Acon. SPONG.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – PAIN, – rawness in air passages – Larynx – singing,when: (3) arg-met. dros. Stann.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – PAIN, – soreness – Larynx – singers: (11) alum. Arg-n. arn. ARUM-T. caps. cupr. ferr-p. Lach. Rhus-t. Stann. zinc.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – PHTHISIS, – larynx – singers and public speakers: (2) Ant-c. Arg-met.

MIND – WEEPING,tearful mood,etc. – singing,when: (1) hura

HEAD – PAIN, – singing,from: (2) alum. ptel.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Upper Arm – singing,when: (1) stann.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – aching – Upper Limbs – singing,when: (1) stann.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – aching – Upper Arm – singing,when: (1) stann.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – SCRATCHING,larynx – when singing: (1) agar.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – VOICE, – broken – attempting to sing high,when: (1) phos.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – VOICE, – cracked – singing,when: (1) Graph.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – VOICE, – hoarseness – singing,from: (15) AGAR. alum. Arg-met. Arg-
n. arn. ARUM-T. Bry. Caust. Mang. Nat-m. Nit-ac. osm. SEL. sep. Stann.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – VOICE, – hoarseness – singing,from – amel. : (1) rhus-t.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – VOICE, – lost – intermittent in singers: (1) cupr.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – VOICE, – lost – singers: (2) ARG-N. CAUST.

RESPIRATION – DIFFICULT – singing,when: (1) arg-met.

COUGH – SINGING – agg. : (14) alum. Arg-met. Arg-n. Dros. hyos. mang. meph. Phos. rhus-t. rumx. sil. spong. Stann. stram.

HEAD – PAIN, – Forehead,in – evening – singing,after: (1) rumx.

EAR – PAIN – singing,while : (1) ph-ac.

HEAD – PAIN, – shooting – singing,while : (2) alum. ptel.

EAR – PAIN – stitching in – singing,while : (1) ph-ac.

HEAD – PAIN, – stitching – Temples – singing,while : (1) alum.

HEARING – IMPAIRED – singing agg.: (1) apoc.

NOSE – DISCHARGE, – ichorous – singing,while : (1) all-c.

BUSINESSMAN

MIND – SADNESS,mental depression – business,when thinking of: (1) Puls.

MIND – TALKING, – sleep,in – business of: (3) com. rhus-t. sulph.

MIND – ANXIETY – business,about: (2) anac. puls.

HEAD – PAIN, – Forehead,in – business men: (1) Arg-met.

MIND – BUSINESS, – averse to: (30) agar. am-c. anac. ars. ars-h. aur-m. Brom. chinin-s.
cimic. Con. cop. fl-ac. graph. hipp. kali-ar. kali-bi. kali-br. kali-c. kali-i. kali-s. lac-ac. Lach. laur. lil-t. mag-s. ph-ac. Phyt. Puls. SEP. Sulph.

MIND – BUSINESS, – incapacity for: (3) agn. kali-bi. sul-i.

MIND – BUSINESS, – talks of: (13) ars. bell. BRY. canth. cimic. dor. Hyos. mygal. op. phos. plb. stram. sulph.

MIND – FEAR – failure,of,in business: (1) Psor.

MIND – INDIFFERENCE,apathy,etc. – business affairs,to: (12) agar. Arg-n. Fl-ac. Kali-bi. myric. nat-act. Ph-ac. phys. Puls. Sep. Stram. Sulph.

MIND – IRRITABILITY – business, – about: (2) ip. nat-m.

MIND – IRRITABILITY – business, – in an important: (1) borx.

MIND – LOATHING,general – business,his: (1) ars-h.

MIND – MEMORY,weakness of – business,for: (12) agn. chel. fl-ac. hyos. kali-c. kreos. phos. sabin. sel. sulph. tell. tep.

GARDENER

BACK – PAIN – aching – Lumbar region – stooping, – after work in the garden: (1) agar.

MINERS

RESPIRATION – ASTHMATIC – miner’s asthma,from coal dust: (1) nat-act.

CHEST – PHTHISIS pulmonalis – miners,from coal dust : (1) carbn-s.

RESPIRATION – ASTHMATIC – sailors as soon as they go ashore: (1) BROM.

SEWING

MIND – ANXIETY – sewing: (1) sep.

HEAD – PAIN, – Forehead,in – sewing,from: (2) iris lac-c.

HEAD – PAIN, – Forehead,in – leaning forward sewing: (1) Borx.

HEAD – PAIN, – sewing: (1) lac-c.

HEAD – HEAVINESS – sewing,while: (1) petr.

HEAD – HEAT – sewing,while: (1) petr.
HEAD – FULLNESS – sewing agg.: (1) petr.

VERTIGO – SEWING while: (6) graph. lac-d. lact. mag-c. phel. sul-ac.

HEAD – PAIN, – Forehead,in – eyes, – above – sewing,while: (1) LAC-C.

EYE – PAIN – evening – sewing,while : (3) apis mez. RUTA

EYE – PAIN – sewing,while : (5) Apis ars-met. Cina dig. mez.

EYE – PAIN – sewing,while – on fine work: (6) carb-v. coloc. Con. merc. Nat-m. RUTA

EYE – REDNESS – sewing,while : (3) ARG-N. NAT-M. Ruta

VISION – RUN – objects – stitches while sewing: (1) NAT-M.

VISION – COLORS before the eyes – black – spots – sewing,while: (1) am-c.

VISION – COLORS before the eyes – black – spots – floating (muscae volitantes) – sewing,after:
(1) am-c.

VISION – FOGGY – sewing: (1) ph-ac.

VISION – LOSS OF VISION. – exerting them – in sewing: (3) berb. Nat-m. Ruta

VISION – RUN – objects – sewing,while: (2) berb. Calc.

VISION – SPARKS – sewing,while: (1) iod.

STOMACH – NAUSEA – sewing,from: (2) lac-d. sep.

BACK – PAIN – sewing, while: (2) iris sec.

BACK – PAIN – Dorsal region – scapulae – under – sewing : (1) ran-b.

BACK – PAIN – Lumbar region – sewing : (2) iris Lac-c.

BACK – PAIN – aching – Lumbar region – sewing : (1) iris

BACK – PAIN – burning – Dorsal region – scapulae – sewing, while: (1) ran-b.

BACK – PAIN – burning – Dorsal region – scapulae – margin, lower – sewing, from: (1) ran-b.

BACK – PAIN – sore, bruised, beaten – Spine, spinal irritation – sewing, machine, from using: (1)
Nux-v.

EXTREMITIES – CRAMPS – Fingers – sewing,while: (1) kali-c.

EXTREMITIES – NUMBNESS – Hand – sewing,while: (1) Crot-h.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Upper Limbs – sewing,when: (1) eupi.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Wrist – sewing,while: (2) kali-c. lach.

EXTREMITIES – STIFFNESS – Thumb – sewing,while: (1) aeth.

EXTREMITIES – TWITCHING – Fingers – sewing,when: (1) kali-c.

SLEEP – FALLING asleep – sewing,while : (1) ferr.

SLEEP – SLEEPINESS – sewing,while : (1) ferr.

STONE CUTTERS

CHEST – PHTHISIS pulmonalis – stone-cutters : (1) Sil.

GENERALS – STONE-CUTTERS,for : (9) CALC. ip. Lyc. nat-c. nit-ac. ph-ac. Puls. SIL. sulph.

PIANO / KEYBOARD PLAYERS /GUITAR / VIOLEN PLAYERS

MIND – ANXIETY – playing piano,while: (1) Nat-c.

MIND – FEAR – piano,when at: (1) Phos.

MIND – WEEPING,tearful mood,etc. – music,from – piano,of : (2) cop. Nat-c.

STOMACH – NAUSEA – piano playing,from : (1) sulph.

LARYNX-TRACHEA – SENSITIVE – larynx – sound of the piano,to: (1) CALC.

COUGH – PIANO, – when playing: (6) ambr. CALC. cham. kali-c. kreos. ph-ac.

COUGH – PIANO, – every note she struck seemed to vibrate in her larynx : (1) Calc.

CHEST – ANXIETY in – playing piano,while : (1) Nat-c.

EXTREMITIES – CRAMPS – Fingers – playing piano or violin: (1) Mag-p.

EXTREMITIES – DRAWN – outward,the left hand,while playing the piano: (1) merc.

EXTREMITIES – HEAVINESS, – tired limbs – playing piano,after: (1) anac.

EXTREMITIES – HEAVINESS, – Upper Limbs – playing piano agg. : (3) Cur. Gels. merc-i-f.

EXTREMITIES – NUMBNESS – Fingers – playing piano,while: (1) sulph.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Upper Limbs – playing piano: (1) Gels.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Hand – playing piano: (1) merc.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Fingers – tips of – playing piano: (1) Gels.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – drawing – Hand – outward,while playing piano: (1) merl.

EXTREMITIES – PARALYSIS – Wrist – extensors – from piano playing: (3) cur. Plb. rhus-t.

EXTREMITIES – PARALYSIS – Hand – sensation of – piano playing: (5) carb-an. cur. plb.
rhus-t. zinc.

EXTREMITIES – PLAYING, – the piano,from: (10) anac. calc. cur. gels. kali-c. mag-p. Nat-c.
Sep. sulph. zinc.

EXTREMITIES – PLAYING, – the piano,from – sensation of heaviness: (1) anac.

EXTREMITIES – STIFFNESS – Hand – playing piano: (1) Zinc.

EXTREMITIES – TINGLING,prickling,asleep – Hand – playing piano: (1) sulph.

EXTREMITIES – WEAKNESS – Upper Limbs – playing piano: (1) gels.

EXTREMITIES – WEAKNESS – Fingers – playing the piano: (3) Cur. Stann. Zinc.

GENERALS – PLAYING piano : (6) anac. calc. kali-c. Nat-c. Sep. zinc.

GENERALS – TREMBLING – internally – playing the piano,while : (1) nat-c.

GENERALS – WEARINESS – playing piano : (1) anac.

DANCERS STAGE PERFORMERS JUNIOR ARTISTS

MIND – DANCING: (21) acon. agar. apis Bell. cann-i. chlol. Cic. Cocc. con. Croc. crot-t. grat. Hyos. merc. nat-m. ph-ac. plat. rob. Stram. tab. TARENT.

MIND – DANCING – unconscious: (1) ph-ac.

HEAD – PAIN, – dancing: (1) Arg-n.

ABDOMEN – PAIN, – Hypochondria – dancing,after : (7) anac. aur. cham. LYC. ptel. sulph. zinc.

ABDOMEN – PAIN, – Inguinal region – dancing: (1) alum.

ABDOMEN – PAIN, – drawing – Inguinal region – dancing,while : (1) alum.

KIDNEY-URINARY ORGANS – PAIN – dancing,while: (1) alum.

FEMALE GENITALIA – MENSES, – copious – dancing,from: (3) Croc. erig. sec.

FEMALE GENITALIA – MENSES, – suppressed – dancing,after excessive: (1) cycl.

RESPIRATION – CATCHING – dancing,after: (1) Spong.

COUGH – DANCING,after : (1) puls.

CHEST – OPPRESSION – dancing amel. : (1) caust.

EXTREMITIES – CRAMPS – Leg – calf – dancing,while: (1) Sulph.

EXTREMITIES – CRAMPS – Foot – sole – dancing,when: (1) bar-c.

EXTREMITIES – INFLAMMATION – Leg – dancing,after : (1) bov.

EXTREMITIES – INFLAMMATION – Foot – erysipelatous – after dancing: (1) berb.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Lower Limbs – dancing amel. : (1) Sep.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – sore,bruised – Lower Limbs – dancing amel. : (1) sep.

EXTREMITIES – SWELLING – Foot – dancing,after : (1) bov.

LAUNDRY WORKERS

STOMACH – NAUSEA – washing,while : (1) bry.

DRIVERS

HEAD – PAIN, – Temples – driving or riding in a carriage: (2) lith-c. lyc.

HEAD – PAIN, – Vertex – driving or riding in a carriage: (1) lyc.

EYE – PAIN – evening – walking and driving: (1) plan.

ABDOMEN – PAIN, – despair,driving to: (1) Coff.

RECTUM – PAIN – griping – driving,while : (1) glon.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – Thigh – driving: (1) asc-t.

EXTREMITIES – PAIN – tearing – Forearm – afternoon – while driving: (1) thuj.

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