The homoeopathy clinic occurs on Thursdays but appointments can be negotiated on a different day.
Who can make an appointment?
Any person who wishes to use homoeopathy is welcome to book an appointment. Homoeopathy can treat both physical and mental health conditions.
Cold & flu clinic
Please book by calling our clinic on ph 33332100 to book an appointment.
The homoeopathic appointment
The first consultation normally takes one hour and follow up appointments around half hour. You must complete an intake questionnaire before you come. This will be sent to you prior to your appointment.
The first appointment will cost $85 (or $40 if you have a health care card).
Follow up appointments will cost $50 (or $25 if you have a health care card).
Medicines cost $6
What is homoeopathy?
Homeopathy is a natural form of medicine used by more than 200 million people worldwide to treat both acute and chronic conditions. It is the second most widely used form of medicine in the world today (after herbal medicine). The holistic nature of homeopathy means each person is treated as a unique individual and their body, mind and emotions are all considered in the management and prevention of disease.
Taking all these factors into account the homeopath selects the most appropriate medicine based on the individual’s specific symptoms and personal level of health to stimulate their own healing ability. Most homeopathic medicines come from minerals and plants and also animal sources.
WWG is committed to providing a range of evidence based health care options to our clients. As a multicultural service, we understand our clients seek out diverse therapeutic approaches. At WWG we are committed to providing a range of evidence based modalities.
Homeopathy is widespread and available in some countries and virtually unknown in other countries. India has the largest homeopathic infrastructure in the world, with an estimated 246,000 practitioners in 2010 and with the number of homeopathic hospitals and dispensaries increasing four-fold since 1980 (Indian Council of Medical Research 2010). It is also well established in some European countries where it is partly covered under the national health insurance such as the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland and some Latin American countries and it originally hails from Germany.
Homoeopathy uses a highly individualised treatment approach and is unsuitable for randomised clinical research models often used in medical research (one treatment protocol for one condition). However, there is increasing research available and the research evidence base is growing.