Without the invaluable help of my friends: Fiorella Cerami , Federico Del Conte and Riccardo Tomassini.
Without the awareness that the repertoire must be – in our opinion – essentially a precise, punctual, synthetic and … possibly … clinical prompter.
Without a reflection that has proved enlightening: if it is possible to write a materia medica, as the result of one’s own original observations, it is equally possible to take the responsibility of informing one’s colleagues about the results of one’s experience.
Even in the repertory.
So we set to work in an attempt to complete SUGGESTA: a different work, not better, than the faithful and compiling editing of the excellent already existing repertoires.
We actually began this work: the repertory, by definition, cannot be completed.
In 1991, I began to give international seminars based on cured cases. Soon after, I began teaching at the Ulmas Association (1993-2014) followed by the Ianua Medica Amiata (2014-2018). Meanwhile, I also taught, beginning in 2000, at CIMI-Koinè International School of Permanent Training in Homeopathic Medicine. Abroad I have taught at the New England Homeopathic Academy (Boston) (1998-2020) and have given seminars in the U.S., England, Scotland, Spain, Germany, Scotland, England, Netherlands, Finland, Switzerland and Japan.
In Bologna and Boston, I taught two separate three-year postgraduate courses (2001-2009). I provided ongoing clinical supervision in Glasgow (2007-2009) and Boston (2011-2021). Collaborations have included F.I.A.M.O. (Italian Federation of Associations and Homeopathic Doctors); Delphi (1996); and Homeovision (2008).
In addition to numerous books on homeopathy, I authored a text on my approach entitled Praxis: A New Method in Homeopathic Medicine and more recently, Materia Medica Clinica, with four published volumes, each detailing a homeopathic family or group of remedies, with more planned for the future. In this work, I was assisted by Krista Heron, John Sobraske and Betty Wood.
In terms of software offerings, I collaborated with the late David Warkentin on ReferenceWorks and MacRepertory, later on a medical record and remedy database with Paolo Barbolini called Consulta (1990), and most recently, Suggesta (2020), a new repertory containing my additions, available on Opus (Zeus) and SHS (Synergy). This project was supported through the efforts of Fiorella Cerami, Federico Del Conte and Riccardo Tomassini.
Until 2014, my homeopathic practice was based in Modena. After moving to Castel del Piano on the slopes of Mount Amiata in 2015, I have divided my practice between Tuscany and Bologna..
Since 2016 he has served as Vice President of the Association for the Social and Cultural Promotion of Anagogy: Art, Language, Communication for the promotion of the Other.
Since 1994, he has actively participated in the National and International Specialization Internships in Classical Homeopathy offered by Dr. Massimo Mangialavori. With various colleagues, he has contributed numerous articles to many Homeopathic Medicine journals.