Natural Medicine

Find an alternative medicine that could work for you - homeopathy.

If you're looking to address health concerns in a different way, Epping Physiotherapy Clinic may be able to assist. Learn more about our complimentary therapies and the potential benefits they could have for your health.

A different outlook on healthcare

Homeopathy is a widely used form of medicine in the world today as people continue to seek a system that is safe and treats them as unique individuals. This complimentary medicine uses highly diluted substances to encourage the body to heal itself, making it potentially useful for various health conditions and wellbeing.


Please keep in mind that we do not aim to replace any form of medical care with homeopathy. We simply wish to give you another option when it comes to promoting your own health and wellness. 

Herbal Medicine

How does it work?

Homeopathy is based on the central principal that a substance that causes certain symptoms can also help to improve or remove them. Homeopaths repeatedly dilute and shake the substance as a means of weakening its original, potentially dangerous components. This diluted version of the substance is then put into the body, which is said to trigger the body's natural defence and healing systems which could aid in future protection. 

The medicines used are chosen to fit all health concerns, meaning physical disorders are considered in relation to the mental and emotional state of the patient. We believe this allows us to create a precise treatment programme that targets all areas of concern. This treatment is regularly used by individuals looking for solutions to:

  • Asthma

  • Stress and anxiety

  • Ear infections

  • Hay fever and other allergies

  • Skin conditions

  • Arthritis

Bottles of Homeopathy Globules

A focus on healing for the whole body

Many homeopaths, including those at Epping Physiotherapy Clinic, believe that the mind and body operate as one, and that you cannot treat one part of the body without affecting the whole. This means that we approach this type of medicine with the goal of treating the whole person rather than one specific symptom.

We'll gladly tell you more about what this means for you - simply call our team to discuss this in more detail.