My specialty is women’s health. However, I invite anyone to join me in my practice, regardless of age or gender. I will look at the wide variety of ways that health can be normalized; with homeopathy, diet, lifestyle and naturopathic suggestions. Click the links for articles I have written on each of these topics.
Among the ailments I treat, these are a few I see in my practice regularly: Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, hypothyroidism, chronic stress & worry, desire for overall wellness, lack of self-worth, obsessive thoughts, painful menstrual periods, hormonal imbalances, dissatisfaction with life, acute illnesses of all kinds, allergies, flu, anxiety, chronic bladder infections, concussions, constipation/diarrhea, depression, fears, fractures, gastro-intestinal issues, migraines, acute emotional trauma, post-surgical recovery, morning sickness and other pregnancy-related problems, post-partum depression, endometriosis, acne, chronic infections, parenting issues and weakened immune system (people who catch every cold).
Types of appointments
Homeopathy heals by working with your entire body to relieve symptoms, bring back what has become out of balance, restore the body to its original optimal function, and improve overall health and vitality. Homeopathy is alternative care for a lifetime of wellness.
Homeopathy can treat both acute and chronic illnesses. Acute illnesses are defined as short-lived illnesses which do not recur, or could be one-time situations, such as injuries. A few examples of acute illnesses or injuries are morning sickness, colds, flus, concussions and broken limbs. Chronic diseases are defined as illnesses whose symptoms last longer than two months, or return periodically. Chronic illnesses include anxiety, depression, migraines, chronic GI issues, and asthma to name just a few. Chronic menstrual cramps, for example, recur monthly, and chronic allergies often recur annually.
Complete chronic care
Constitutional or chronic care homeopathy affects the body on multiple levels because it treats the deepest imbalance of your system. I look at all of your symptoms, past and present, your medical history, and we talk about who you are as a person. That allows me to understand you deeply, and find the remedy that is best for you, a remedy that addresses the most fundamental cause of your ailments. Once found, this simillimum (remedy most similar to you) strengthens the immune system, alleviates physical symptoms, and balances your emotional and mental state. Restoration of freedom and long-term health and vitality are the goals.
Focused chronic care
Similar to the complete chronic care model, we are looking for a remedy that addresses your state and your symptoms in a fundamental way. Unlike the complete care appointment, in a focused consult we give our attention to one symptom that is the most bothersome, or perhaps is the only prominent chronic symptom. I also spend time looking at your history, general health, and mental emotional state, while focusing on the one main complaint of your case very deeply. This is a good choice if you are a person who only has one main complaint, but it is chronic and you would like resolution. Restoration of freedom and long-term health and vitality are the goals.
I also offer care to my current clients for issues that come up unexpectedly; acute illnesses and infections, traumas and injuries. I am usually available on the same day for a consult for anything you might need to discuss regarding your health. I respond to emails very quickly to let you know my availability. If you get some health news that is upsetting or confusing, sometimes it is just nice to talk it over with someone who can offer advice and perspective. I am here to support my clients in whatever way they need.
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Service Price List
Complete Chronic Care – 3 hours initial appointment: $475
Focused Chronic Care – 2 hours initial appointment: $320
Follow up appointments – 1 hour: $130
Acute support: $35/15 minutes
After-hours acute support: $45/15 minutes
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