Homeopathy - individualised natural healthcare for everyone

Homeopathy is a system of natural healthcare that has been in worldwide use for over 200 years.  Homeopathy treats each person as a unique individual with the aim of stimulating their own healing ability.  A homeopath selects the most appropriate medicine based on the individual's specific symptoms and personal level of health.

Homeopathy is holistic; it considers you as a whole person.  It uses specially prepared, highly diluted substances to stimulate your body's own healing ability.  Your specific set of symptoms and how you experience them determine the substance you are given.  

Homeopathy works on the principle of 'like cures like', or the Law of Similars.  This principle means that a substance which produces certain symptoms in a healthy person can alleviate those same symptoms in a person who is experiencing them.    
Homeopathy is suitable for all stages of life, including in pregnancy and whilst breastfeeding.  It is non-invasive, not addictive, and can be safely used alongside all forms of medical treatment.  Homeopathic medicines, often called 'remedies', are usually given in the form of small tablets which dissolve under the tongue.  They are easy to administer to babies and children.   
People experiencing a wide range of symptoms may seek homeopathy treatment, as we consider the whole person, not the disease label.  Some people use homeopathy just for acute illnesses. Others first visit a homeopath with an acute illness but then carry on to have longer term treatment to try to improve their overall level of health and well-being.  Still others make their initial contact with a homeopath about a long-term, chronic health concern.
I am restricted by the Advertising Standards Authority as to what I can tell you about homeopathy on this website; please ring me on 07985 130443 to talk about any questions you have.
Further information about homeopathy and research into its efficacy is also available at: www.a-r-h.org or www.hri-research.org/resources/homeopathy-faqs/ or www.findahomeopath.org.uk or www.homeopathy-soh.org/

Patients are always advised to keep in contact with their primary health care professional.