Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Homeopaths

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Homeopaths

Imogen Spencer
‘I grew up using homeopathy and began my homeopathy studies when I was 19. I have now been practising for nearly 20 years. During this time I have treated many different conditions in children and adults and have a special interest in skin conditions, hormonal issues, allergies and digestive disorders.’

Claire Hewison
‘I first became interested in homoeopathy when my newborn son was diagnosed with chronic asthma. I was told that he would be on inhalers at least until his teens and would struggle with exercise. Thanks to homeopathy he never had to use inhalers and has always been involved in sports. I qualified in 2000 and have been practising in London ever since.’

Angelika Metzger
‘I started practising homeopathy in 1999 and have been very lucky to gather experience both here in the UK and through my involvement with the charity Homeopathy in Africa. I regularly travel to Ghana to work with patients and train local students there.’

Hugh Harrison
‘I have been practising homeopathy for over 20 years. Since 1997 I have combined Homeopathy with Cranio-sacral Therapy into ‘Homeocranial Therapy’, which I have used in treating babies, as well as conditions such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Tinnitus and others.’

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Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic
020 8741 9264
30 Brackenbury Road, W6 0BA

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