Integrative Healthcare in Bath
I am a qualified pharmacist and a registered medical homeopath based in Bath, with a wealth of experience in both conventional and complementary medicines.
I approach healthcare in an holistic way that goes beyond the treatment of symptoms in dealing with illness, taking into account the whole person. I embrace wherever possible the natural therapy!
Worldwide 70% of people use natural health products and homeopathy
Increasingly more people desire a natural approach to healthcare. Many are already on prescription medications, and desire to become more involved in their own well-being but not sure what is safe and what's not.
Natural healing products such as homeopathic remedies are less invasive, they are considered a natural therapy and can be particularly helpful for those that have had many unpleasant side effects from their conventional treatments or for who would like to avoid wherever possible, a pharmacological approach, such as expectant mothers or children.
Chronic disease symptoms can be alleviated with the integration of natural health practices such as homeopathy, nutritional supplementation and advice.
Integrative Healthcare can be very helpful with an extremely wide range of health conditions .
Among the most common conditions that people seek treatment with complementary medicine for are, skin complaints such as eczema, mental health conditions such as anxiety disorder and panic attacks, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Other health complaints where Integrative Healthcare is very popular are hormonal or menopausal symptoms and recurrent infections in children especially bronchitis and otitis.
An integrated approach should be safe and effective
Homeopathy and natural health products cannot replace all other forms of healthcare, and we cannot expect nutritional supplements to replace a balanced healthy diet.
As a regulated homeopath from the Faculty of Homeopathy, and a registered healthcare professional I am bound to act within the competence of my profession. I can advice with confidence when integrated healthcare can be used as a first treatment option or where it could be used as a complementary medicine, for example to speed up recovery after an illness.