Homeopathy is a system if medicine that involves treating the individual with highly diluted substances with the aim of supporting the body's natural system of healing. Based on their specific symptoms Sophie Ward will match the most appropriate medicine to each patients according to one of most important homeopathic tenet: Treat like with like.

Homeopathic medicines, often called remedies, are prepared by specialist pharmacies using careful process of dilution and succusion, a specific form of vigorous shaking. 

Since homeopathy is used to address the individual’s experience of diseased states, disease names mentioned here are purely used for shorthand purposes. Homeopathy recognises that diseases differ from individual to individual even if they have been given the same label, such as ‘rheumatoid arthritis’, for example. Hahnemann, farther of homeopathy, himself suggested not to speak of  ‘ague’, ‘nerve fever’ or ‘dropsy’, but as a kind of ague, a kind of nerve fever, a kind of dropsy. (Organon of the Medical Art, footnote to section 81). Homeopathy does not treat disease names, it addresses the experience of an individual suffering from kinds of diseases. See  Ralf Juetter BSc. (Hons) Pod Med. Phd for further details on the Classical Homeopathy approach to health.

Homeopathy for Children

Homeopathy and Asthma

Homeopathy and Allergies: Hay fever and skin conditions

Homeopathy during Pregnancies

Homeopathy and Injuries (sport or domestic)

Homeopathy and Sleep disorder