Anthromedics has just launched the long planned contents about basic concepts of anthroposophic medicine and anthroposophic medical practice. Both are available in english and german. They aim to be a standard reference with content evolving in time. Here is an excerpt:
Johannes Weinzirl, Matthias Girke, Georg Soldner
Last update: 26.09.2018
Anthroposophic Medicine is an integrative medicine. It is founded on evidence-based medicine and adds an anthroposophic understanding of the human being and the world. It was initiated in 1920 by the physician Ita Wegman MD and the founder of anthroposophy Rudolf Steiner PhD, and has since then been continually developed and elaborated. Anthroposophic physicians and therapists work to support the whole human being, which includes physical, vital-functional, mental-emotional and spiritual aspects. Anthroposophic Medicine is patient-centered and realistic, enriching diverse applied medical disciplines such as oncology, cardiology, pediatrics, neurology and psychiatry. It is currently practiced in 22 hospitals and a large number of outpatient practices and therapeutic centers worldwide.