Homoeopathy is a holistic medical system developed more than 250 years ago in Germany by Dr Samuel Hahnemann. It has been practiced in the United States since the early 19th Century and today adopted by many physicians worldwide.
Homoeopathy is used for both wellness and prevention, and to help in the treatment of many diseases and conditions. It is based on the principle of similars – that ‘like cures like’ – and pays particular attention to the genetic and constitutional make up of the patient.
Homoeopathic medicines are administered in minute doses and matched as closely as possible to the totality of the patient’s symptoms.
Advantage of Treatment
Benefits of Homoeopathy
Sometimes our natural healing ability is delayed or suppressed due to environmental factors, such as stress and pollution, and regular use of medicines, such as aspirin and ibuprofen. Homoeopathic medicine can help to gently stimulate the immune system and restore health. It can also work alongside conventional medicines to help reduce their side effects and to boost the body’s self-healing ability.
What Can Homoeopathy Help Treat?
Homoeopathy can help treat acute and chronic diseases, stimulate the body’s defence mechanisms and balance the patient’s constitution. It can help treat people of all age groups and even animals.
Punnose Sam practises Homoeopathy at Southpoint Health and has had the privilege of successfully dealing with numerous cases including:
- Acute and chronic tonsillitis
- Allergies including hay fever
- Auto-immune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis
- Chronic fatigue
- Chronic and recurrent sinusitis and other respiratory complaints
- Diabetes (Types 1 & 2)
- Ear infections including chronic suppurative otitis media
- Gastrointestinal problems
- Hair complaints like Alopecia (hair loss) and dandruff
- High blood pressure (hypertension)
- Hyper- and Hypo- thyroidism
- Menniere’s disease
- Menopausal complaints
- Migraine and headache
- Morning sickness
- Muscle cramps
- Obesity and weight issues
- Palliative care in cancer patients
- PMS and menstrual complaints
- Recurrent aphthous (mouth) ulcers
- Renal complaints such as kidney stones, urinary tract infection
- Rheumatic fever
- Skin conditions such as eczema, atopic dermatitis, acne, warts, vitiligo and psoriasis, taenia and
- other fungal infections
- Spondylosis (arthritis of the spine)
- Uterine fibroids
- Viral and bacterial infectious diseases such as hepatitis