Dr.Jose Matuk Kanan is well known Homoeopath all
over the world. He positions as president of the
prestigious international organization Liga Medicorum
Homeopathica Internationalis. This organization
is also known by its abbreviation LMHI. The main
office of this society is situated in Berlin, Germany.
In the year 1925, this association was founded.
LMHI is the voice and face of homeopathic physicians
from over 70 countries all around the globe. The
aim of this organization is to grow and protect
the discipline of homeopathy universally by uniting
certified homeopaths possessing medical diplomas
along with societies as well as people who are involved
Jose Matuk was born in Mexico City. He studied medicine
at the Faculty of Medicine in the "Universidad
Nacional Autonoma de Mexico "(UNAM). He studied
Homeopathy at the School "Homeopata de Mexico",
an institution with official registration for Homeopathy,
and had different activities in the school, as President,
Director of the School, and Treasurer. Dr. Matuk
is the President of the Board at the "Collage
of Homeopata de Mexico”. He teaches different
courses in Homeopathic Doctrine, Materia Medica
Homeopatica, Repertory, History, and Miasmatic Clinic.
In 1999, Dr.
Matuk became member of the Board at the "College
of Homeopatia de Medicos Universitarios". Until
today, he has been the leader and a teacher of the
Seminars in Homeopathy Internationalis in different
work groups. He is also member of the College of
"Colegio Cientifico de Medicos Homeopatas de
Dr. Matuk translated Dr. Samuel Hahnemann's Organon
of Medicine, 5th and 6th edition, into Spanish.
In the LMHI, Dr. Matuk has gained a lot of experience;
he has been working for more than 17 years in different
functions, starting as the National Vice President
for Mexico (as assistance).
1995-1998 Secretary for Propaganda
1998- 2002 Secretary for Public Relations
2002-2004 Secretary for Archives,
2004-2007 Prime General Secretary
2007- 2010 Prime Vice President
2010 elected President of the LMHI
can be contacted at
Dr. Jose Matuk Kanan