Tracy Brewster-Brown SDSHom, RSHom
Who am I
I am mum to four girls including twins and they certainly help keep me in touch with what children are facing day to day. I became a homeopath after seeking help myself from a homeopath, who then went on to treat my children. I was so inspired I decided to undertake the 4 year course myself. I love meeting and helping people. I think the body is truly amazing and continue to learn about it every day. I like to think my patients will find me friendly and approachable so that they feel they can talk to me about things which might seem trivial, embarrassing or otherwise remain deeply buried but which can effect how we react in life.
What is Homeopathy
Homeopathy is a Natural and Holistic Medicine for the Body and Mind. This means the whole body and emotions are taken into account. Homeopathic medicines are often made from plants and minerals and are highly diluted and usually given as a pill called a remedy.
What do I do
My job is to match the right remedy to the individual characteristics of your complaint. I build a picture of you by asking questions about how you are feeling in yourself, the sensations your body is experiencing and how you react to things in life. I take into account your past medical history, diet, lifestyle and personality as well as your current physical or emotional symptoms.
When to use Homeopathy
Homeopathy is useful at times of change in our lives whether that be going to playschool, university, pregnancy or getting older. It is helpful to see a homeopath following an injury or during ill health as well as well as during periods of growth, change and hormonal fluctuations.
I treat a wide range of conditions.
Training, qualifications & experience
Registered with Society of Homeopaths
Committed to continual learning and doing my best for my patients.
Registered general nurse (not currently practising)
Please see my website for information regarding my fees
I consider homeopathy to be a complementary therapy not alternative as I do not believe that any one form of medicine is the best but I like to have the knowledge and freedom to make an informed choice about my own health.
There is free parking available at both clinics.
Wheelchair access is available in Billingshurst including an assisted toilet
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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