He has always been avid about
clinical research and founded GEHU (Studies
of classical homeopathy Group) in 1986 of
which he is President. He has been involved
for a very long time with the Homoeopathia
Europea & Internationalis, whose he is
now the General Secretary. This association
has instructed more than two thousand homeopaths
world-wide and divides its activities between
theoretical and clinical studies within multi-national
groups and international meetings.
Dr. Servais created
the Italian-French group ANASTRA (analyses
and strategies) that finalized the production
of CHIP (Computerized Homeopathic Information
and Research Program). This computer program
allows one to enter and collect clinical cases
from colleagues around the world and place
them into a central data bank accessible through
One of the 'Concepts'
books in RADAR homeopathic software was created
by Dr. Servais. Concepts help the homeopath
to translate the language of the patientinto
the language of the repertory.
At present he
teaches at the Paris-INHF. He has also taught
at the Faculty of Medicine of Bobigny and
the Faculty of Pharmacy of Montpellier. He
continued a series of lectures in the "Love
the INHF" on polychrests.
He is the author
of the book "The choice of Homeopathy"
(Denol). He translated into French "Hahnemann
and Homeopathy" Harris Coulter (Homeoden).He
is the creator and director of the book "Larousse
of Homeopathy" (2000). He authored book
for the general public “Le choix de
l'homéopathie”, at Denoel in
March 1992. He has just published "Homeoportraits"
and "What unicist Homeopathy?" (J.Lyon)