I visited my GP, on numerous occasions and was eventually diagnosed, after 6 months, with M.E. The delay was because they were not sure whether it was ME or MS.
I was offered the usual pharmaceutical drugs of the day, and not feeling at all happy about taking them daily, nor the long list of side effects, I decided to take full responsibility for my own wellbeing. After having tried almost everything in the alternative and complementary health field, I eventually found Homeopathy. Alas, hindsight is such a wonderful thing because, had I known then what I know now, it would have been my first and only choice of medicine. Since that time, my love and passion for this truly amazing therapeutic science has continued to take me across the world to enhance my knowledge and experience.
After completing a four year intensive programme in Classical Homeopathy at the Scottish School of Homeopathy, Glasgow, Scotland, UK and gaining my professional registration in 2006, I then went to do further Homeopathic studies in India & Sri Lanka. I am fully qualified, insured, and a Member of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths.
In Asia, India has the largest Homeopathic medical infrastructure in the world in terms of education, research (Central Council of Homeopathy) and medical facilities and, there, Homeopathy is considered on a par with conventional medicine. Across Europe alone, over 100 million people benefit from Homeopathy and you should be
one of them!
As well as my practice in Stirling, I have been assisting Dr A Shantha Kumar at one of his very busy clinics in Colombo, Sri Lanka; dealing with both serious and chronic cases.