Professor George Vithoulkas
George Vithoulkas is a Greek Professor of Homeopathic Medicine who is recognized around the world as the personality who re-established homeopathy in the 20th century.
He is the only teacher to permit students attendance at all his live cases; he explains the method of how to take a case, how to analyze it and how to arrive at the right decision for a homeopathic remedy. But the most important advantage for students is that they can observe follow-ups and results after the prescription.
In this way, Professor George Vithoulkas demonstrates the whole process of case management which thereby reveals thorough and empirical information concerning the application of Classical Homeopathy. This process is similar to instructions offered at conventional medical hospitals.
Professor Vithoulkas’ knowledge comes from 60 years’ indefatigable efforts to improve, through practice and constant research, the standards of education in order that the empirical effectiveness of the original Classical Hahnemannian Homeopathy will be recognized and accepted by Medical Universities and Medical Practitioners.
George Vithoulkas is today Honorary Professor at the University of the Aegean, Greece, Honorary Professor at the State Medical University of Chuvash Republic (Russia), Honorary Professor at the All-Russia Scientific Research Center for Restorative and Resort Medicine of the Ministry of Health of Russian Federation, Honorary Professor of the National Educational Centre for Traditional and Complementary Medicine (Russia), Honorary Professor at the Kiev Medical Academy, Honorary Professor of PHEE “Kyiv Medical University”, Honorary Professor at Dnipro Medical Institute of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (Ukraine), Honorary Professor of Dnipro Institute of Medicine and Public Health (Ukraine), Collaborating Professor at the Basque Medical University (2001-2004), Doctor Honoris Causa of “Dr. Viktor Babes” University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Timisoara (Romania) and Doctor Honoris Causa of “Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Cluj-Napoca (Romania).
Prof. Vithoulkas is Senior Associate Member of Royal Society of Medicine, UK
Honorary Member of Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis
Honorary President of the Hellenic Homeopathic Medical Association (established 1970)
Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Homeopathy, UK, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to Homeopathy throughout his long career.
Awards and Organisations
World Health Organization
In 1980, George Vithoulkas was invited by the World Health Organization to write the first article on homeopathy for the book, Traditional Medicine, published by WHO, as well as the main article in the round table discussion for WHO’s scientific magazine, the World Health Forum  journal.
Alternative Nobel Prize
He was honoured with the Right Livelihood Award (also known as Alternative Nobel Prize, www.rightlivelihood.org) “…for his outstanding contribution to the revival of homeopathic knowledge and the training of homeopaths to the highest standards” . The United Nations (Development Forum) consider this award “Among the world’s most prestigious awards”.
In 1996, he was invited by the European Parliament to explain the position of homeopathy and after his presentation the European Parliament voted in favour of homeopathy.
11th June, 1999
Council of Europe
On 11th June, 1999, George Vithoulkas was requested by the Council of Europe to make a day- long presentation on homeopathic medicine (as part of their evaluation of alternative therapeutic methods) before the Social, Health and Family Affairs Committee. The text that was published thereafter mentions his receipt of the Alternative Nobel Prize and refers to his categorization of the various alternative methods.
Gold Medal, Hungary
In 2000, George Vithoulkas was honoured with the Gold Medal of the Hungarian Republic, by the country’s President, Arpad Goncz, for his work in the homeopathic medicine .
Homeopath of the Millennium
In 2000, George Vithoulkas was awarded by the Minister of Health in India with the Gold Medal as the “Homeopath of the Millennium”.
Congress in Neurology
In 2008, Prof. George Vithoulkas was invited as an honorary speaker to express his views on homeopathy in an opening speech at the “2nd World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy)”. In his speech, entitled “Is Homeopathy a Science?”, George Vithoulkas reported on the impressive developments in homeopathy over the past fifteen years. He described the basic principles of homeopathy and stressed that clinical experience of thousands of homeopaths worldwide on treating chronic diseases has led to the conclusion that homeopathy is classed as an “Evidence Based Medicine ”.
Honorary Award, Medical Academy, Ukraine
In 2012, he was honored with the Honorary Award of National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education in Ukraine named after P.L.Shupyk” (George Vithoulkas – Honorary Professor, a distinguished scholar and teacher).
Life Achievement Award, Germany
In 2020, he received the Life Achievement Award from Society of Homeopathic Doctors in Saxony, Germany and he was elected as Honorary Citizen of the town of Meissen in which Dr Samuel Hahnemann was born.
Sheik Zayed International Award
In 2022, he was awarded with the Sheikh Zayed International Award for Homeopathy –Academic Field
Main Contributions to Medicine and Homeopathy
The Levels of Health
The Continuum of a Unified Theory of Diseases
How an acute inflammatory condition could be transmuted to a chronic disease
The Definition of Health
How can Healthier Children be Born?
The Science of Homeopathy
The New Model for Health and Disease
The Materia Medica Viva
The Vithoulkas Compass
The Theories of Professor George Vithoulkas have been presented in Medical Congresses:
In the following links https://www.vithoulkas.com/research/clinical-cases
and https://www.vithoulkas.com/research/scientific-papers you may find the Research Papers of Prof. George Vithoulkas and his Research Team.