Renee Edwards is a Homeopath trained in Classical Homeopathy from the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine. She also has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University. Homeopathy has been a passion of hers for over ten years, using it effectively for her young family as a complementary medicine for supporting their health. Studying homeopathy at an accredited college was important to help spread her knowledge of homeopathy and help others to heal.
Homeopathy is a holistic, natural system of medicine that uses small doses of a substance, which is called a remedy, to stimulate the body’s own ability to heal itself. When the body becomes out of balance it produces symptoms which demonstrates its attempt to correct the problem. Homeopathy works with the body, to give it a little reminder of its innate ability to heal, allowing it to bring itself back into balance. This allows freedom from symptoms and better overall health and vitality.
Homeopathy can be used for a wide range of ailments from acute situations such as colds, flu's, traumas, ear infections, to more chronic illnesses like arthritis, asthma, fibromyalgia, digestive issues, autism, ADHD, depression, anxiety, women’s issues and so on. It may also be used to enhance wellness to prevent future health problems.
“My approach is to use principals set out by Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy. This includes taking an in depth case of the whole person to get a good understanding of their feelings, physical symptoms, diet and lifestyle in order to match the most properly indicated remedy to their individual experience. This form of individualized medicine is what makes homeopathy unique as it doesn’t just treat a disease; it treats a person with a disease that has their own personal symptoms and outlook on life.”
Renee works with patients of all ages. Since homeopathy is very gentle, it can be used for infants, children, pregnant women, adults and seniors.
"On a personal note, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, gardening, cooking, painting, mountain biking and walking in the forest."