Homeopathy, “New” 21st Century Family Medicine
Jan 28, 2011 04:06PM
Dr. Louise Sanchione, Naturopath and Classical Homeopath, is launching The Natural Educator, providing courses, seminars, workshops and webinars on natural healing modalities designed to be used at home in treating acute illnesses. Courses begin in Connecticut in March and will also be offered in western Massachusetts. Her first course is Homeopathic Acute Care and First Aid. She believes that with an acute home health care kit, a well-selected book on homeopathy, and several hours of training with an experienced homeopath, families can begin treating their own acute illnesses. Homeopathy assists the body’s ability to heal itself by providing the extra “nudge” it needs, in very small doses, increasing balance and overall health and your vitality, also reducing the frequency of illnesses. As healthcare costs rise –especially for routine acute illnesses such as coughs, colds, earaches, sinus infections, digestive upsets and the flu— confidence in conventional medicine’s ability to address these conditions in a safe and effective way continues to plummet. Homeopathic medicine is a safe, effective and proven medical system, used worldwide. There were more than twenty homeopathic medical colleges in the United States in the late 1800s—the U.S was a world leader then, and is experiencing a homeopathic resurgence now. One need only look on the shelves in Walgreen’s to see homeopathic remedies sharing space with conventional treatments.
For more information about The Natural Educator, contact
Dr. Louise Sanchione at [email protected] or call 413.320.9158. DrSanchione.com.