People who get homeopathic treatment generally find that their health and well-being improve. As the immune system gets stronger, there is better resistance to infection and a greater sense of stability. Following treatment, patients report they experience creative vitality and fortified sense of purpose. These are essential steps toward health.
How is homeopathy different from conventional medicine?
Homeopathy addresses the full attributes and characteristics of the patient — both physical and emotional. While homeopathy takes into account current symptoms, it emphasizes ways to prevent future illnesses. When used correctly, homeopathic medicines have no side effects and are cost effective. Homeopathy can be used during, or following, conventional medical procedures.
During the initial interview or meeting some of diagnostic questions that you might be asked:
- How you relate to your environment: Do you like the wind in your face? Do you prefer cold or hot weather?
- How you relate to people: Do you get angry easily? What makes you happy?
- How you vent your anger: Do you throw things, scream, yell? Or you shut yourself away?
- What do you like to eat? What can’t you stand eating?
Those answers, coupled with others pertaining to your unique symptoms, provide a highly trained Classical Homeopath the complex knowledge to assess and offer treatment that deeply strengthens your immune system and constitution.
Is homeopathy “New-Age?”
New? Homeopathic medicines have been used for over 200 years to treat a wide variety of illnesses safely and effectively. Homeopathy relies on a systematic method to cure illnesses while providing comprehensive care and increasing immunity.
Who can benefit from Homeopathy?
Almost anyone. Homeopathy addresses acute and chronic conditions — from colds, flue, allergies, infections and skin conditions, to mental and physical trauma, insomnia, pain and chronic fatigue. Children respond well to homeopathy, as do animals.
What kinds of conditions are candidates for homeopathy?
|Skin conditions & warts||Menstrual disorders|
|Headache & migraines||Chronic & acute pain|
|Cold, flu & cough||Sleep disorder|
|Ear infections, sinusitis||Chronic fatique|
|Bronchitis & pneumonia||Post-surgery complaints|
|Wounds and burns||Emotional distress|