Theresa Hughes

Theresa Hughes

I have been interested in homeopathy and holistic medicine for most of my life. This became practical after treating my daughter as she grew up, with homeopathic First Aid remedies. The quick results and recovery she had after illnesses encouraged me to find out more, eventually leading to my studying homeopathic medicine.
I graduated from the College of Homeopathy, London (the longest established college in U.K.) in 1998, after a four-year course I worked from home developing and refining my unique skills. Then in 2000, I decided I wanted to work in a clinic, to present more of a professional approach to my patients and so in 2001 I joined the Osteopathic House, Rickmansworth.
In 2002 I continued studies to advance my professional development and attained membership to the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (MARH), where I am also insured. Each month they produce an informative newsletter which you can access at Since qualifying I have given introductory and First Aid talks on homeopathy for minor ailments and does so whenever asked. Homeopathy is a complementary medicine and so will work alongside conventional treatments. During pregnancy and childbirth many women consider using homeopathy because it is a safe and effective form of medicine without side effects. I support patients during pregnancy labour and afterwards with homeopathic treatment both for themselves and their babies as they grow up.

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