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Synonyms for homeopath

a practitioner of homeopathy

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People seeking treatment would have to arrive every morning and then leave at night, which will do nothing to improve their overall health and does not afford them the proper support homeopaths would like to offer.
Homeopaths recognize that a significant aspect of their treatment is the extensive consultation itself, which can last for 90 minutes or longer and which investigates all aspects of the patient's life and health.
Also, contact various homeopathic organizations, such as the North American Society of Homeopaths (206720-7000; www.
While the trappings of CAM might be assimilated by the conventional establishment, those who are truly CAM practitioners will, as the homeopaths have shown, remain such.
And homeopaths believe each patient needs unique and highly personalised treatment.
Three states (Arizona, Nevada, and Connecticut) issue licenses for homeopaths.
Combining the best of traditional medicines with natural/complementary products, the stores are staffed by a knowledgeable team of pharmacists and complementary professionals (herbalists, nutritionists, naturopaths, homeopaths and estheticians.
The July 2015 Letter from the Publisher comments on your concern that homeopaths advise patients that drinking coffee inactivates homeopathic medicines.
Many homeopaths are regular physicians licensed medical doctors (MD) or doctors of osteopathic medicine (DO) who studied homeopathy in addition to their traditional course of study.
VISIT THE IRISH SOCIETY OF HOMEOPATHS WEBSITE AT WWW.
The statement said that presently, homeopaths doctors who had passed their four-year diploma would have to pay Rs 5000 fee instead of scheduled fee.
But, in India homeopaths and ayurvedic practitioners have access to and prescribe conventional drugs, which has led to the death of patients in some instances.