As well as being a UK trained and fully qualified homeopath based in the South of France, I also run regular baby massage classes in Antibes. I couple homeopathic treatment with kinesiology muscle test; a non invasive muscle test, as a diagnostic tool in chronic cases. Feel free to explore my site to learn about homeopathic treatment, appointment details and follow my blog for information and reviews on bio, organic cosmetics.
As a homeopath, I need....
I want to know about your diet, what deficienies you have, what toxins could be causing your symptoms, what is the cause of your disease and any life stresses that may be affecting you. From all this information, a personalised treament will be prescribed that is based on you as an individual.
Treatments include not only homeopathic remedies, but also supplements, herbal supports, detox supports, bach flower remedies & finally dietary and lifestyle advice required to resotre your health. All advice is based on the most up-to-date discoveries from clinical research.
Homeopathy is much more than simply a homeopathic remedy, although sometimes that is all the body needs to restore itself to full health.
Mother, Pregnancy & Baby
Homeopathic treatments help relieve pregnancy related symptoms, as well as help pre-existing chronic conditions where medication is unadvisable.
After birth and into the first months of life, I have treated mothers for post-natal depression, aftercare for labour and to help support nutrition for mother and baby. Many women are unaware that its takes a whole 6 weeks for recovery after labour.
Ailments I often see in practice are teething problems, such as the teething cough which is oftern misdiagnosed as bronchitis, eczema, colic, ear infections and gastric reflux.
As toddlers become children and young adults, homeopathy can be used to treat each stage of development from common childhood illnesses such as chicken pox to teenage acne and growing pains.
Below is a list of ailments with which patients frequently seek homeopathic treatment. This list is by no means exhaustive;