“I am a qualified Somatologist, Iridologist and Homeopathic practitioner situated in Moreleta Park, Pretoria. I have been in private practice since 2000.”
“I have a special interest in children’s behavioural disorders , ADD, ADHD, menopause, adrenal and chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia as well as homeopathic vaccinations against childhood illnesses.
My consultation includes an in depth case history, a medical examination and an iris diagnosis (depending on necessity).”
Homeopathic remedies promote a person’s own natural healing processes so that the body heals itself, i.e. it works with the immune system, not against it.
Iridology is the study of the iris, or coloured part, of the eye. This structure has detailed fibres and pigmentation that reflects information about our physical and psychological makeup.
ABOUT THE PRACTICE
The aim of Homeopathic consultation is to individualize each patient. Homeopathy aims to treat each particular sick individual holistically. In order to understand the sick man as a whole , we need to understand about his will, intellect, morals, emotions, stressful events in life and his reaction to them, probable causative factors of disease ( mental or physical) , his physical reactions to environment around and of course exact details of disease itself.So during a homeopathic consultation all this information is required to understand the complete picture of disease and find an exact medicine.
The consultation usually takes about an hour and strives to seek
* that which is most individual in the patient
* that point of change where the vital force was disturbed or changed (aetiology-ailments since/from)
Pricing (Excl VAT)
* 1st consultation including iridology – For adults and children over 6years (1hour) – R1050
* 1st consultation excluding iridology – Children under 16years (1/2 hour) R 600
* Iridology consultation only – (1/2 hour) R570
* Follow-up consultations – (1/2 hour) R450
Remedies are prescribed following the consultation meeting.These remedies will be given in either tablet, pillule, liquid or powdered form.
The first follow-up consultation will usually be around four weeks after the first prescription, although in some cases it may be sooner. During this session, a series of questions are asked to the patient about changes that have occurred since beginning treatment, before deciding on the next course of treatment.
The number of consultations needed is difficult to predict, and depends on a number of factors. such as the age of the patient, how long the symptoms have been going on, and their individual response to the prescription.