Homoeopathy Health Centre
WHAT IS HOMEOPATHY?
Homeopathy is a system of treating disease that stimulates
the body’s natural healing mechanisms without side-eff ects.
As diagnostic practitioners, homoeopaths can play an
important role in caring for patients by assessing all aspects
of patients, while diagnosing and treating each patient as an
individual. Homeopathy is a gentle, safe and eff ective form
of treatment that can be used by everyone – from pregnant
women and babies, to the elderly and those with chronic
diseases. Homeopathic practitioners are registered with the
Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa (AHPCSA).
With the various treatment options available to
homeopathic practitioners, they are able to assist in the
treatment and/or management of many acute and chronic
conditions, such as:
• Infections, e.g. colds, infl uenza and tonsillitis
• Allergies, hay fever and sinusitis
• Digestive complaints, e.g. heartburn, constipation
• Skin conditions, e.g. acne, eczema and
• Fatigue and exhaustion
• Anxiety and mild depression
• Menstrual and menopausal problems
• Impotence and infertility
• Circulatory disorders
• Hormonal disorders, e.g. thyroid disorders
• Childhood (paediatric) conditions
• Support and management of conditions
associated with low immunity
HOMEOPATHY HEALTH CENTRE
Health Training Centre (1st Floor)
Sherwell Street (between Saratoga and Beit streets)
For appointments: 011 559 6493/5
Dispensary: 011 559 6497
The clinic operates from Monday to Friday, at scheduled
times, by appointment only.
The Homeopathy Health Centre is a teaching facility. Under
the supervision of registered homeopaths, our students
diagnose, treat, manage and care for our patients using
complementary medicines and a holistic approach to health
and wellness. The Homeopathy Health Centre operates within
a campus clinic environment which offers a variety of other
Supplements are available for purchase.
Fees charged at the UJ Homeopathy Health Centre are
greatly affordable. Special fees are available for students
and pensioners. Consultation and medication fees are not
reimbursed by medical aids.