Carol Russell Homeopath
Family Homeopath and Natural Health Practitioner
Carol Russell RSHom, SDSHom, IIHHT, IHBC.
Carol Russell Homeopath and Natural Health Practitioner has over 25 years’ experience. She has helped people of all ages and lifestyles with a wide range of ailments back onto the road to health and well-being.
“My patients are young and old, with differing health conditions. I specialise in male and female infertility treating hormone imbalances including PMS, peri-menopause, menopause, PCOS, anxiety, depression, IBS and sleep disorders.
Having suffered from post-natal depression with severe anxiety myself, I explored alternative ways to deal with my symptoms. Receiving so much help personally this compelled me to learn more. As a result I gained in qualifications in Reflexology, Bach Flower Remedies, Aromatherapy, Meditation, Reiki, Life Coaching, Nutrition, and many forms of massage.
I discovered the amazing benefits of Homeopathy more than 30 years ago. Having invested in a Homeopathic First Aid Kit and a book I started treating my family’s ailments at home. Looking up my family member’s symptoms i would give the most relevant remedy. Bruises faded, tummy bugs settled quickly and coughs stopped in their tracks. My husband stopped getting repeat bouts of tonsillitis! My kids never took endless rounds of antibiotics.
Years later, following some personal issues with IBS and hormone imbalances, I chose to see a professional homeopath. I was so impressed with the results that I opted to embark on a four year classical homeopathy course at Chichester University to become a qualified professional Homeopath.
As a classically trained Homeopath I follow the original principles and philosophy created by the founder Dr Samuel Hahnemann. I remain on my homeopathic journey extending my studies with ongoing post-graduate training.
My health is in the best shape now it has ever been!
Let me help you and your loved ones regain your energy and motivation enabling you to become the BEST VERSION of yourself.”
Carol Russell, May 2020