Why Homeopathy?

There are many reasons to consider using the services of a professional homeopath. Here are some of the most important:

1. Restore Health and Improve Wellness. When the homeopath suggests an effective remedy for you, symptoms reduce over time until the original complaints are resolved and a new, stable level of health is attained. At the same time, clients usually feel enhanced physical and emotional well-being – better overall energy, more restful sleep and a balanced, cheerful mood.

2. 200 Years of Clinical Effectiveness. There’s nothing new, “flash-in-the-pan” or faddish about Homeopathy. It has been helping people with their health problems for centuries. Today homeopathy is practiced in over 80 countries around the world.

Homeopathy can be used on its own, or in tandem with other kinds of medical therapies, to help people who are experiencing the following conditions:

  • Digestive tract disorders: acid reflux, bloating, gastritis, IBS, Crohn’s disease, ulcers, constipation, diarrhea
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Women's Health: menstrual and menopausal problems, infertility, complaints of pregnancy and postpartum, ovarian cysts and fibroids
  • Men's Health: urinary and prostate problems, sexual dysfunction, infertility
  • Emotional and Mental Health: depression, anxiety and panic attacks, irritability and rage, compulsiveness
  • Insomnia and other sleep disorders
  • Lyme disease
  • Skin issues: eczema, psoriasis, ringworm, warts and fungal overgrowth
  • Musculo-skeletal pains, arthritis and gout

3. Individualized Treatments. In order to prescribe efficiently and effectively, your homeopath has to spend some time getting to know you. That’s what the homeopathic consultation is for – through this process John will come to understand your unique pattern of imbalance and tailor a specific treatment to meet your overall needs and healthcare goals.

4. Affordable Rates. Homeopathy is pretty unique among complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs) because it doesn’t require repetitive weekly appointments over long stretches of time in order to get results. Most of the client’s investment in time and resources comes at the beginning of the consultation process. Once a good constitutional remedy is found for the client – and there is clear evidence that progress is being made – the need for appointments decreases significantly, usually until just one or two visits a year are necessary.