Isaac Golden has been a homoeopathic practitioner since 1984. Prior to that his career was in financial accounting and taxation following an Honours degree in Economics in 1972.
Isaac was President of the Victorian branch of the Australian Homoeopathic Association – Australia’s largest national organization of professional homoeopaths – from 1992 to 1998.
In March 1999 he was awarded the Association’s Distinguished Service Award for his “many years of service to the Australian Homoeopathic Association and for his significant contributions to the homoeopathic profession in Australia”
Isaac has been teaching homoeopathy for 13 years (since 1988). He is founder and Director of the Australasian College of Hahnemannian Homoeopathy which has offered distance education courses in homoeopathic medicine for over 10 years. He is Faculty Head of Homoeopathy at the Melbourne College of Natural Medicine, which now offers Degree courses in Homoeopathy. In April 2000 he established the Homoeopathy International Online College to teach simple courses in homoeopathy and natural medicine directly through the Internet.
Isaac is the author of seven books on Homoeopathy, including –
Vaccination? A Review of Risks and Alternatives (5th edition)
Homoeoprophylaxis – A Ten Year Clinical Study
Homoeoprophylaxis – A Practical and Philosophical Review (3rd edition)
Homoeopathic Body-System Prescriber – A Practical Workbook of Sector Remedies (2nd edition)
Australian Homoeopathic Home Prescriber -Part 1: The Treatment of Simple Everyday Conditions (2nd edition)
Australian Homoeopathic Home Prescriber -Part 2: A Simple Materia Medica of Common Remedies with Repertory
Homoeopathic Treatment of the Energy Bodies – Traditional Strategies and New Developments.
In his own practice, Isaac specialises in treating patients suffering from chronic disease using constitutional and anti miasmic homoeopathic treatment.
Isaac is a world authority on homoeoprophylaxis – the use of homoeopathic medicines for specific disease prevention , and has undertaken the world’s largest long-term study of parents using such a program. He has recently been accepted into the PhD program at Swinburne University, Melbourne, to research homoeoprophylaxis. This is the first time a mainstream Australian University has accepted such a topic for orthodox research.