Homeopathy Videos
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Andrea Wiessner is a general practice physician who practices homeopathy at the Royal London Centre for Integrated Medicine (the largest complimentary medical center in the European Union).She talks here about why she chose to switch from a conventional medical practice to a homeoapthic one.
Clare Wiilocks is a gyencologist working for the UK National Health Service at Wishaw General Hospital in Scotland. She is a member of the Royal Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She talks here about the reasons she began using homeopathy in her practice.
Elizabeth Thompson is a hospitalist and palliative care physician working at the UK National Health Service Bristol Homeopathic Hospital. She has a medical degree and PhD in medicine (called "DM" in the UK) from Oxford University. She is a member of the Royal College of Physicians. She talks here about how she came to learn about and eventually practice homeopathy and how she works with women with breast cancer and patients with autoimmune disease.
Russell Malcolm is a hospitalist physician who practices homeopathy in Glascow, Scotland. Formerly the Director of Education at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital, he is a popular teacher/lecturer in the UK. He talks here about the difference between actually producing changes in people's health versus managing symptoms.
Rajan Sankaran is a second generation physician homeopath practicing in Mumbai, India. He is a popular teacher and gives lectures to students internationally. Here he talks about growing up with homeopathy, the impression it made upon him and how he came to practice himself.
Jermey Swayne is a retired physician who was qualified in gynecology and obstetrics and worked for over forty years in general practice. He was a member of the Royal College of Physicians, Surgeons and Gynecologists. He is the author of the book "Remodeling Medicine." He talks here about how he came to use homeopathy and how it enriched his practice.
Alex Tournier is a theoretical physicist who heads the "Homeopathic Research Institute" - a center devoted to performing and supporting research into homeopathy. He talks here about how he grew up around homeopathy in France and how he later came to devote his career to its study after being healed from a serious illness by homeopathy. He discusses the body of homeopathic research and states that it is impossible that all the positive trials can be explained by placebo or errors in statistical analysis or trial methodology.