Neil Spence RSHom offers 16 years experience in homeopathy. He practices from two clinics, in Forfar and Aberdeen, and offers consultations worldwide via Skype. Classical homeopaths consider the whole person when selecting a homeopathic treatment, so the treatment matches the mental and emotional characteristics of the patient as well as symptoms of the disorder. By this method, homeopathy stimulates the body's natural healing powers and can bring it back to healthy balance. Homeopathic remedies are not toxic, do not have side effects, and can be used in all people of all ages. They are especially safe for babies and pregnant mothers.
Neil Spence began his career in health care as a nurse. He graduated from Ninewells Hospital, Dundee in 1979 then worked in a surgical intensive care unit in Glasgow. In 1989 he began his training as a classical homeopath with the Scottish College of Homeopathy. After studying for four years he passed the examinations for licensed membership of The Society of Homeopaths and started practice as a classical homeopath. In 1993, Neil began two years of post-graduate studies with Jeremy Sherr, graduating in July 1995, when he became a registered member of The Society of Homeopaths. Society members keep up date with a regular schedule of continuing study, and work to a comprehensive code of ethics and professional conduct.
Main areas of interest and expertise:
Homeopathy can be helpful for most conditions; my own special interest is in these areas:
Chronic and long term disorder that is not responding well to orthodox medicine.
Natural fertility, pregnancy and childbirth.
Menstrual and other hormonal disorders.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Chronic fatigue and ME.
Eczema and other skin disorders.