Dr. Shakti K. Prabhuji, after completing his M.Sc. in Botany in 1974, obtained his Ph.D. degree in Microbiology from Gorakhpur University in 1979. Later, during his service period from 1975 to 2016 he worked as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and finally as Director of Biotechnology and Molecular Biology Centre at M.G. Post Graduate College, Gorakhpur. In 1979 he started fundamental research in Homoeopathy and painstakingly worked on the “Mechanism of Homoeopathic Drug Action” till 2012 and published, for the first time, the mechanism in 2014 in The Journal of Ethnobiology and Traditional Medicine. (United Kingdom) – “A Milestone” in Homoeopathy research. He provided evidences to prove that homoeopathic drugs act as ”Nano” and “Pico” particles at the size of 10-9 to 10-12 mm. It’s surprising that Dr. Samuel Hahnemann gave the homoeopathic system of cure, based on Nanotechnology, in 1790 (eighteenth century); on which other medical sciences like Allopathy and others are planning to develop in 21st Century.
Paraplegia is a form of paralysis that mostly affects the movement of the lower body. Paralysis is most often caused by strokes, usually from a blocked artery in neck or brain or damage/injury to brain or spinal cord, like what can happen in a car accident or sports injury. The rectification of the abnormal neuro-muscular functions causing paraplagia is possible using homeopathic medicines.