Tamara Prahlow R.N. 

Tamara is an honors graduate of The Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine (2019); is board certified in Classical Homeopathy (2018) and has several thousand hours of homeopathy education along with homeopathy clinical-training and homeopathy experience. Licenses in IN, MI, IL, MO to practice nursing and has served patients in Cardiac Care, Open-Heart Surgery, post organ-transplant, in Cardiac Cath Lab, Emergency Room been an Emergency Medical Technician (ambulance worker). She is a natural childbirth educator, a doula, a breast-feeding consultant, midwife childbirth attendant out of hospital. She and Joe have co-taught The Bradley Method of True Natural Childbirth (R) (1992). Tamara married her high school sweet-heart Dr. Joe. She says the first most satisfying life- experience culminated by Homeschool-graduating, their 5 children while raising myriads of animals with homeopathy on a hobby farm. Now she is very satisfied helping people with homeopathy.


Tamara hopes to leave people's health and things like public bathrooms better/cleaner. She enjoys teaching course electives in homeopathy as Clinical Faculty at Western Medicine Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine. Nedley Health (TM) has her in a Director position for Depression & Anxiety Recovery. She and her husband continue to train parents with The Bradley Method of True Natural Childbirth. Homeopathic medical education has allowed her dedication to continue helping others to achieve higher levels of health and obtain their life goals.

Tamara's Bradley Natural Childbirth instructor (1991) told her about homeopathy for the first time for recurring breast infections, while nursing her first baby.  Her health and vitality is stronger with homeopathy and because she can now avoid antibiotics and steroids which she used-to-use. Her husband, Joe, noticed her enthusiasm with homeopathy and register her for her first in-person course in Seattle in 2009.

Tama has completed four different homeopathy programs, and enrolls in professional homeopathy education and conferences regularly. Her husband formally studies at Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine, and teaches homeopathy with her at Homer Stryker MD Medical School. They have continued to utilize homeopathy, before and after procedures/surgeries, acute illness like colds, flus, for trauma, accidents, injuries, and in place of harsh chronic-disease interventions including over-the-counter and prescription medications. The treatment of acute illness is important.

*See this paper how harsh disease-interventions during acute illness can possibly enhance the development of chronic disease: https://medandlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2.-jml-2021-0375.pdf

Education of the general public is what she feels is most important; she desires to see people live with higher levels of health and knowledge of homeopathy.

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Joseph A. Prahlow, M.D.

Dr. Prahlow is a Forensic Pathologist who recently began employment at the St. Louis city Medical Examiners Office, after having spent 8 years at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine, where he was a Deputy Medical Examiner, Forensic Pathologist, and Professor and Vice Chair within the Department of Pathology.  Prior to his time in Michigan, he completed 16 years of service at the South Bend Medical Foundation and as a faculty member at Indiana University School of Medicine - South Bend at the University of Notre Dame, in South Bend, Indiana, where he performed forensic autopsies and taught pathology.  He received his undergraduate education at Valparaiso University, attended medical school at Indiana University, completed his pathology residency at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and participated in a forensic pathology fellowship at the University of Texas-Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.  He is Board-Certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic, Clinical, and Forensic Pathology.  His professional interests include teaching as well as presenting and publishing forensic pathology research.  He has published over 160 peer-reviewed papers in medical/scientific journals and over 20 chapters in various forensic textbooks/publications.  Dr. Prahlow is co-editor for the soon-to-be-published third edition of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Handbook of Forensic Pathology, editor of the CAP’s Basic Competencies in Forensic Pathology.  In 2010, he published a textbook entitled Forensic Pathology for Police, Death Investigators, Attorneys, and Forensic Scientists.  Dr. Prahlow has also collaborated with world-renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Roger Byard of Australia on a forensic pathology atlas.   Dr. Prahlow has presented research at numerous national meetings, and he has been an invited speaker to a variety of local, state, national, and international meetings.

During his career, he has received numerous teaching awards.  Dr. Prahlow is active in a number of professional organizations, including the National Association of Medical Examiners (NAME), the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), the College of American Pathologists, and the American Society for Clinical Pathology.  He is a past Chairman of the Pathology/Biology Section within the AAFS, and served as President (2007) and Chairman of the Board (2008) of  NAME. In his free time, Dr. Prahlow enjoys family life with his wife. They have five grown children and five grandchildren.

As a long-time beneficiary of homeopathic care, and as the husband of a Board-certified professional homeopath (Tamara), during his “free-time,” Dr. Prahlow has been taking a “distance-learning” homeopathy course for professionals through the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine.  He enjoys learning this very different and difficult form of medicine, and hopes to officially finish his studies sometime in the near future. Along with Tamara, he teaches an introduction to homeopathy course to medical students.

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