The CME started at 3.30 pm and was attended by 42 people including all senior and junior Homoepaths. The highlights of this CME was to get a broader perspective on skin diseases and to felicitate and Honour Subedhar Major Gopinath Rao who was in Kargil war.
Dr. Chaitali, KQHDA president welcomed the delegates and after a silence invocation, Dr Suresh Gundeti started the session on New perspective of homoeopathic management of skin diseases. Dr Suresh Gundeti, graduated from Father Muller Homoeopathic College and did his fellowship certificate in skin diseases from MUHS. Having over 20 years experience in treating skin diseases, through cases Dr. Gundeti enlightened the audience on importance of case taking, analysis and with correct prescription, the treatment of skin disease.He showed us how Arnica and Rhus tox, though primarily are injury drugs, matching the totality can cure skin diseases with two doses.
He guided us on how patience and accurate case taking with correct analysis can do wonders in skin diseases. Surely, after the session one can confidently handle skin diseases. The event concluded with felicitation on Subedhar Major Gopinath Rao who was one of the army personnel who bought Victory to our Country in the personnel who bought Victory to our Country in the Kargil War.
26th July being celebrated as Kargil Day, KQHDA took this opportunity to honour Major Gopinath Rao for making the country Proud. Our salute to this noble gentleman. Prof Dr B D Patel Sir and Prof Dr HL Swamy Sir honoured Mr Rao with garland and shawl. Prof. Dr H L Swamy Sir gave brief Introduction about Mr Rao while Prof. B D Patel Sir spoke about how Army people are the real heroes and not the actors on silver screen. Subedhar Major Rao expressed his gratitude towards KQHDA and how Army are well appreciated in North India like Punjab and Rajasthan. Unfortunately most of Karnataka fails to appreciate these heroes. The CME concluded with vote of thanks by Dr Deepa Raje , KQHDA General Secretary followed by High Tea sponsored by Bio-vitamins.