​ Homoeopathy

Homoeopathy is a system of treating disease that stimulates the body’s natural healing mechanisms without side-effects. 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. Homoeopathy is a gentle, safe and effective form of treatment that can be used by everyone – from pregnant women and babies, to the elderly and those with chronic diseases. Homoeopathic practitioners are registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa (AHPCSA).

With the various treatment options available to homoeopathic practitioners, they are able to assist in the treatment and/or management of many acute
and chronic conditions, such as:

Infections, e.g. colds, influenza and tonsillitis

Allergies, hay fever and sinusitis

Digestive complaints, e.g. heartburn, constipation and diarrhoea

HypertensionSkin conditions, e.g. acne, eczema and

fungal infections

 Fatigue and exhaustion

Anxiety and mild depression


Menstrual and menopausal problems

Impotence and infertility

Circulatory disorders

Hormonal disorders, e.g. thyroid disorders and diabetes

                                         Doornfontein Campus, Health Training Centre (Ground floor) Sherwell Street (between Saratoga and Beit streets)
                                                           Tel: 011 559 6218 / Fax: 011 559 6496/ E-mail: Dr Tebogo Tsele-Tebakang. 

011 559 6218 | www.uj.ac.za/homoeopathy