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January 2014

Sliding scale

This is just a friendly reminder that I keep several spaces open in my practice for sliding scale clients. If finances are keeping you from getting treatment, please send Rebecca an email at: [email protected] It is part of my practice to keep treatment options open for those in the community who are under served. We can likely find an arrangement, so if this applies to you I would encourage you to ask. Read more →

Scientific research

It’s wonderful to see the great number of studies being done to prove the effectiveness of homeopathy. More and more research is being done, on different types of ailments and remedies. To those who imagine homeopathy cannot work as it is “impossible”, these are important forays into proving the contrary. Homeopathy has over 200 years of case studies proving it’s effectiveness, and it’s nice to see more being done to establish the facts for the scientific community. The National Center for Homeopathy is a fantastic resource for those interested in homeopathy. Here is a link to a list of over 800 published research articles . You can find many articles on how homeopathy works, clinical trials, and more in the research section: This post is wonderful as it lists many of the studies being done, where the papers and analyses may be read in the links. It includes studies... Read more →

Happy and Healthy New Year!

Wishing you all a happy and healthy New Year! Here is a simple list of ways that you can bolster your health and natural immunity this Winter: • Make an appointment to see your homeopath for a constitutional remedy • Wash your hands frequently. Washing with soap for 30 seconds is enough time to get rid of most germs. • Sleep! The benefits of a full night of rest last throughout the day. It’s the time your body uses to recover, and build up it’s defenses. • Exercise regularly. Getting some regular exercise helps. Daily walks are a great place to start if a full exercise routine feels too difficult. Exercise helps with stress levels, and combats time spent sitting indoors. • Avoid sugar and processed food. Sugar is a temptation, and our general health is impacted by it. • Consider taking Vitamin D3 and Omega 3 fats. There is... Read more →