Homeopathy and patient doctor relationship through music.
A new and original way to transmit messages, even very deep ones. It is for the first time in Europe that a music CD is born on the homeopathic theme.
The merit is of Marco Lombardozzi doctor, songwriter and musician, out of every canon.
An intense and original album, ranging from rap to pop, to the most classic notes of our author song; full of irony, sensitivity, aching beauty in the story of the author’s human experience ..
A praiseworthy work that should be heard and spread by the high human content it expresses and the emotions it inspires.
The first two pieces: Granulo Omeopatico and Il Simile launch the homeopathic message; the other four, No dottore, Umano, Psico rap and Buonanotte reflect deeply on the human condition of the sick individual and on the ultra specialization and dehumanization of medicine.
Here the link to the Gloogle Play platform that spreads it:
The cover picture is from the Atelier Photographic Sponzilli in Rome.
Video presentation by Dr. Marco Lombardozzi
Doctor Marco Lombardozzi Physician and Psychotherapist. He graduated in Medicine with the first thesis on Homeopathy in the history of the La Sapienza University of Rome. He was director of the Riza Psicosomatica Institute of Rome. He was a lecturer in the first level Master’s at the Tor Vergata University. He studied bioenergetic psychotherapy in New York with Lowen. He has written more than 100 articles and 8 books on the theme of homeopathy. is responsible for the psychology section of CSOCAP, the association that created the Omeo Fito Festival
With a medicine degree he has transferred the photographic experience in the medical field with scientific photography and iridology.
The passion for the color in the photo will take him to the medical field to study the use of the wavelengths of light therapy with the publication of specialized texts in general medicine and anti-aging medicine. It comes the passion for aesthetics in medicine and for the visual arts.
He studied computer graphics and web designer at IED in Rome.
He will take part in courses and digital photography workshops and corresponding publisher O’Reilly and Press Photographer of the GNS PRESS.
The same passion is transmitted to the two daughters, Laura and Jade. The first will graduate in photography at IED and will work with the well-known Roman photographer Giampiero Medori in the still-life, devoting himself to freelance sports photography and weddings and then enter in the staff of post advertising production of EDI (Digital Effects Italian). The second will be dedicated to photography and cinematography.