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ho·me·op·a·thist

(hō'mē-op'ă-thist),
A medical practitioner of homeopathy.
Synonym(s): homeopath

homeopath

Homeopathy
A practitioner of homeopathy.

ho·me·op·a·thist

(hō'mē-op'ă-thist)
A medical practitioner of homeopathy.
Synonym(s): homeopath.

homeopath

, homeopathist (hō′mē-ō-păth″, hō-mē-ŏp′ă-thĭst)
One who practices homeopathy.
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One of the important reasons to work with an experienced homeopath rather than to treat oneself is to decrease any risk of aggravation or reaction, even though the medicines are quite safe and gentle.
Just remember not to consider yourself a homeopath simply because you have read a book on homeopathy and have helped a number of patients or family members with various injuries or health problems.
Some questions may seem personal and unrelated to your condition, but that's how the homeopath gets the complete picture of your health.
I took her to see a homeopath and within days of taking the medicine prescribed, her cough cleared.
To prepare for work as a homeopath, you can take a qualification that's recognised by one of the professional organisations for homeopathy.
Haehl, the German homeopath who would eventually bring the sixth edition to publication, approached the von Bonninghausens in 1897, in 1900, and in 1906, about acquiring Hahnemann's manuscripts, but his negotiations were also fruitless [9].
If you're considering consulting a homeopath, make sure they are trained and registered with a body that recognises their training - The Society of Homeopaths, the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths, the British Register of Complementary Practitioners and the Faculty of Homeopathy.
How can you say that homeopaths don't have any knowledge of medicine?
You might think that kennel cough is kennel cough, but to a classically trained homeopath, the symptoms that matter include whether your dog wants attention or avoids it, prefers to lie on her right or left side, or seeks warm or cool surfaces.
Anyone can set up shop and call himself or herself a homeopath, a naturopath or other complement-ary therapist.
Ten (14%) reported taking their child to CAM practitioners, including nutritionists (6), chiropractors (2), faith healers (2), and a homeopath (1).