Thomas Thornton Macklin Dishington 1880 -1936
October 23, 2008
Thomas Thornton Macklin Dishington 1880? -1936 MB ChB Glas 1904 was a British orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a Physician at the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital,
Dishington was a colleague of Fairlea, Adam Lees, Robert Gibson Miller, John Paterson, Howard Henderson Patrick, Charles Edwin Wheeler,
Dishington worked with John Paterson on the Bowel Nosodes, and he conducted the first clinical proving of Dysentery Co.
The Glasgow Homeopathic Dispensary opened 10.3.1909, Medical Staff of Robert Gibson Miller, Howard Henderson Patrick, Thomas Thornton Macklin Dishington, Fairlea and Adam Lees… The new Glasgow Homeopathic Children’s Hospital was opened in 1921 by Thomas Thornton Macklin Dishington, Howard Henderson Patrick, Fairlea and Adam Lees.
In 1928 Dishington wrote “Hahnemann, was the first man to conceive that the products of disease could be used in the cure of diseases. His preparation, psorinum, was the first vaccine to be made…”
Dishington was the first homeopath to prove dysentery co in 1929.
Following on from the work of Edward Bach, Dishington and Charles Edwin Wheeler conducted research on psorinum and the intestinal nosides.
Dishington was present at the Eighth Quinquennial Homeopathic International Congress in 1911.