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Now accepting new patients at The Orange Tree Clinic, 23A Broad Street, Teddington, TW11 8QZ
Arunjot also works in Slough, Berkshire and long-distance, by phone and by Zoom.
What happens in a consultation?
Homeopathy is an individualised, patient-centred approach to health and wellbeing. The therapeutic healing response is elicited by both the consultation process between client and practitioner as well as by the remedies.
Prior to the first consultation, I will send you a New Patient Health form as registration and to learn a little about your medical history. Some people find this hard to do and that’s OK, it’s not compulsory, just helpful if you can.
The first meeting takes about 1½ hours and during this time you will be asked details of your current complaints. Because different people react in different ways to the same illness, in order to find the most effective remedy and treatment plan I will need to know not only your physical symptoms but also as much as possible about what kind of person you are, and how your symptoms affect you. You will also be asked about your reaction to certain things such as foods, the environment and the weather. I will need to know about your family’s medical history as well as your own personal health history. When you talk about your symptoms you are given time to go into as much detail as necessary, starting with the time you first experienced changes in your health.
After this consultation I will analyse all the information you have given me and find the best remedy for you that will work over a number of weeks to help stimulate your body to begin the healing.
You will be prescribed a remedy that you can pick up, or else your remedy will be sent to you in the post shortly afterwards, with instructions. Depending on which part of the world you are living, you may be given a local pharmacy address where you can buy the appropriate remedy locally.
A remedy takes time to set up its action, especially in chronic dis-eases that have been developing over a number of years or even a life time. The remedy has to go through a reaction period, a time when it looks for the symptoms it needs to work on, brings the symptoms up for treatment, and it also may intensify the symptoms as it works on them.
The reaction time for a 30C and 200C dose is approximately three to six weeks.
If you are on a good remedy (i.e. a good match for you at that particular time) and it works well, it can do profound healing work for many months and even years without needing to be repeated. An active dose should never be interfered with.
I will schedule a follow up appointment to assess your progress. I may also ask you to contact me after a week or two to get an update and feedback. You may also contact me if you are experiencing a reaction and need help managing it. However, remedy action is best tracked systematically via follow ups. These scheduled follow-ups are usually a lot shorter and more focused on the changes you are experiencing. This and subsequent appointments last about 30 mins. They are usually scheduled every 4-6 weeks in the beginning and then every 2-4 months until your condition is completely resolved. After this time, you are welcome to schedule in with me whenever a need arises.
How long does the treatment take?
How quickly you will improve depends very much on you, what sort of illness you have, how long you have had it and any maintaining causes in your lifestyle. At each follow up we will review your progress together. It may take more than one interview and more than one homeopathic remedy before an effect is seen.
Energy levels, resilience and outlook to life should be significantly better after homeopathic treatment. People return because they feel an improvement in their overall health and wellbeing, as well as with a particular health complaint. For many people, homeopathic medicine is a safe and non-toxic form of health care that they use throughout their lives.
If the condition you are seeking help for is an Acute then this should resolve very quickly i.e., days or weeks.
Where does the consultation take place?
Presently I see the majority of my clients via Zoom, Skype, Teams or other video calls. Consultations are done only by prior appointment. I will email you a zoom link.
Please ensure you have privacy for the duration of our meeting.
I also see patients face to face at my home weekly on Sundays in Slough.
How to take the remedies
Tablets, globules, drops or powders are taken straight when the mouth is clean, at least 20mins after having eaten something, placed under the tongue and left to dissolve. They can also be dissolved in a glass of pure fresh water and taken in small sips.
Sometimes I give remedies in liquid form to be taken daily with succussion (plussing). I have made a demonstration video to show how to do this here. Succussion
Avoid eating or drinking (except water or in the case of some emergency) for half an hour before and after taking the remedy if possible. The mouth should have its natural taste – free of smoke, mouthwashes, foods and toothpaste.
For babies, tablets or globules can be crushed between two spoons or dissolved in a couple of spoonsful of water before given. Mothers who are breastfeeding can take the remedies for their babies as it’s healing potential is passed through breast milk.
What is the financial investment?
Please make all payment before the scheduled appointments.
Consultation covers any support for four weeks.
Postage & Packaging: There is a £5.00 additional postage cost if you require this service.
First consultation is £120
Follow-up appointments are £60
First consultation is £70
Follow-up appointments are £50