Your Visit

What is included in a Homeopathic consultation?

The initial consultation for adults and most children age 14 and up usually lasts one and a half to two hours, with follow-up appointments of approximately 30-40 minutes. For younger children the first visit is shorter, normally about one hour. Follow up appointments are scheduled 3-4 weeks apart in the beginning of your treatment, and less frequently as your progress becomes more consistent and stable. Consultations are offered in English or Russian languages.

Introductory Consultation

You can receive a FREE 15-minute introductory consultation on the phone. During this consultation we will discuss your current condition and major complaints, and talk about how Homeopathy can benefit your health and what to expect from a Homeopathic treatment.

If we are unable to take your call, please leave your phone number and the time you can be contacted.

Consultation for Acute Conditions

Phone consultations for acute conditions are available for current clients only. During a 30 minute appointment I will assess your situation and prescribe a remedy for the condition most limiting at the current moment. Homeopathy provides quick relief in a matter of hours and often minutes. You can purchase most common Homeopathic remedies in Health Food stores, but we recommend that you get a kit of Homeopathic remedies which you can keep handy at home for most common simple ailments.

How long does the treatment take?

The goal of Homeopathic treatment is to reverse the degeneration, to restore health, to increase vitality, and to heal from the inside out. The duration of treatment process varies for each individual case. It usually takes our patients from 1 to 3 visits to start seeing improvement in a chronic condition. The minimal course of treatment is 6 months, so reserve this time in your health care planning. The total duration of the treatment is totally individual and depends on many factors, ranging from a few months in more recent and simple diseases to a few years in more complicated cases.