Frequently Asked Questions

Who comes to see a Homeopath?
  • People referred by past patients
  • People referred by doctors
  • People who have been told that they have just got to live with their symptoms
  • People who are actively looking at all systems of health care
  • People of all ages from pre-conception to 90.
What other conditions do people come to you with?
A recent audit of my practice showed that patient’s with a diagnosis from their GP or consultant had self referred to my clinic:

ADHD, acne, allergy, amenorrhoea, anxiety, appetite loss, arthritis, asthma, autism, chronic fatigue, colic infantile, conjunctivitis, constipation, chronic cough, earache, eczema, endometriosis, epilepsy, fibroid, glue ear, hay fever, herpes, impotence, infertility, influenza, insomnia, irritable bowel, menopause, migraine, night terrors, palpitations, pregnancy, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, scabies, side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, sinusitis, vertigo and warts.

Do you provide consultations for people with Autism?

Yes I do. This is an area of special expertise for me.

Where can I meet you for an appointment?
You can make an appointment via Skype from anywhere in the world.

I also run a clinic from my home in Clungunford, Shropshire.

I also have a clinic in London near Liverpool Street Station.

How is Homeopathy different to conventional treatment?
Homoeopathy is Greek for ‘SIMILAR SUFFERING’ and was the original name given to this system of medicine by its founder.[Homeopathy is an Americanisation of the word and has been adopted on the Internet, so is now replacing the former.] Consideration is given to factors such as: your emotional state and thought patterns; reaction to foods, weather and temperature; the particular nature of your physical complaint (consideration must be given to the exact nature of your complaint. There is no one remedy for any condition, there are up to 3000 remedies to chose from and the one must be chosen which most exactly matches your symptom picture

People have often asked me what are you treating first. The answer is ALL of you. Conventional medicine treats people as a series of unconnected parts, so you will be given different medicines for different symptoms. Homoeopaths see all symptoms as being connected, it is YOU who has the rheumatic pain, the stomach pain and the depression. It is my aim to see which thread weaves these symptoms together and then to select a remedy which will re-establish balance in your system.

The aim of homoeopathic treatment is to stimulate your own self-healing powers. The single dose of the remedy could be compared in effect to that of dropping a pebble into a pond, the ripples continue long after the initial action. This is obviously different to conventional medication where repeated doses are given to suppress symptoms, rather than the homoeopathic approach which seeks to treat the causative factors. Antibiotics kill bacteria, homoeopathy treats the ‘soil’ on which the bacteria grow so that they can no longer live there.

Do you still offer homeopathic supervision?
Yes, I supervise homeopathic students and graduates via Skype and in SY7.
What about seeing a GP?
We recommend that you should maintain your relationship with your GP. Your GP will be able to arrange any tests or X-rays you may need. Homeopathy has an alternative philosophy but by working in this way with your GP the two systems of health care can provide complementary services.

I frequently refer patients to discuss their symptoms with their GP.

Homeopathy is safe to use alongside conventional treatments and is ideal for pateints looking for a holistic approach to enhance their wellbeing.