- Homeopathic medicine
- Naturopathic spinal manipulation (similar to chiropractic adjustments)
- Clinical nutrition and diet counseling
- Botanical medicine (herbs)
- Neural therapy
- Trigger point injection therapy
- Dry needling
- Low dose naltrexone therapy
- B12, B-complex and other vitamin and mineral injections
More about Homeopathy
Homeopathy is a distinct medical art and science, which employs tiny doses of natural medicines to stimulate the body's inborn healing capacity. The homeopath strives to perceive each patient's individual physical, mental and emotional nature, trying always to prescribe for the person, rather than the diagnosis.
Homeopathy's central philosophical point is called the law of similars, "Like Cures Like." People have observed that a substance, which causes an illness or a symptom, can, in very small doses, cure the same problem by stimulating the organism to realign itself.
Homeopathic medicines are quite safe: they are known to be non-allergenic, non-toxic, and free of side effects. They are prepared from herbal, mineral, and animal substances by homeopathic pharmacies, under strict guidelines established by the FDA. Those practicing homeopathy include naturopathic physicians, medical doctors, chiropractors, osteopathic physicians, as well as trained professional homeopaths.
The in-depth interview process delves deeply into the patient's physical, mental, and emotional nature. People often report that they enjoy the process and the individualized care provided by their homeopathic practitioner. The practitioner chooses the remedy after an interview and analysis. Classical homeopathy, such as that practiced in this office was originally conceived by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), encourages the prescriber to offer only one remedy at a time.