Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a safe and natural way to address many health symptoms and imbalances within the body. Our diet, exposure to allergens, normal aging process, and stress can all disrupt our body’s natural rhythms which can cause us to feel exhaustion, stomach pain and soreness, headaches, and joint pain. There are many subtle disruptions and changes in our body that can be resolved with simple homeopathic remedies and changes to our diets.

How does homeopathy benefit you?

  1. You will explore the root cause
    A homeopath will help you to find the root cause of your health issues. If you get constant colds, are always tired or cannot sleep at night, then it would be wise to explore why this is happening to you. Suppressing your symptoms with drugs does not resolve the cause.

  2. You will be prescribed safe medicines
    Homeopathic remedies are safe, natural medicines. These remedies are highly diluted and are made from plants, animals or minerals. They do not have any toxic side effects and are safe for children, adults or seniors to use. Homeopathy is also safe for those who have allergies or are taking prescription drugs.

  3. You will get individualized care
    Homeopaths recognize that we all develop illnesses and symptoms in our own unique way. Individual sensitivities, patterns of disease, and expressions of ill-health are all taken into consideration during the homeopathic consultation. Your appointment will be about you.


Janet incorporates BioScan SRT into her homeopathic practice. The BioScan SRT is a remarkable new procedure that combines the disciplines of acupuncture, biofeedback and homeopathy with laser light technology. A computerized scan or test is performed to see what your body is sensitive to, what is stressing it and how it is out of balance – whether it be foods, environmental toxins, allergens or emotions. Then, using a specialized laser light pen and gentle meridian point stimulation, the body is brought back into balance. Items previously identified as stressors causing imbalances and symptoms are no longer viewed as such by the body. Future BioScan SRT testing should then indicate measurements that fall within acceptable parameters.

What are stressors to the body?

Stressors are any biological, chemical, emotional or physical factors that can cause either temporary or permanent harm to the body.

Who is helped by the BioScan SRT?

Everyone - because stress affects everyone. The BioScan SRT System can benefit every patient whether it is used to address particular health concerns or as a preventative measure to help maintain optimal health

How long does an assessment with the BioScan SRT take?

The assessment itself takes 10 to 12 minutes and provides each patient with a complete report of findings indicating items (stressors) in order of severity.  Items are identified in the report as either acute or chronic problems that may be contributing to a particular health condition or symptoms.  Following the scan, the practitioner will use the application of acupressure tapping, electronic transmission of identified energetic frequencies and a laser light pen on specific meridian points. The synergy of these techniques work to help bring the body back into homeostasis.

How many visits are needed?

Improvements are generally seen after the first visit.  The typical patient has 5 to 7 visits. More complex cases might require additional visits. Results vary based on an individual’s overall health status and the vigour of their immune system. It is recommended that patients return every 3 months for preventative care with the Bio Scan100-Point inspection. 

 
 

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Janet Neilson, Msc, RN
Homeopath, Registered
BioEnergetics Practitioner

Janet Neilson has more than 30 years of healthcare experience. She continuously upgrades her knowledge and credentials in all things related to natural health. Janet has excellent assessment skills and always strives to create individualized treatment plans to match her clients’ needs. As a registered nurse, homeopath and BIE/BioScan Practitioner, Janet has had the opportunity to work in health care within Canada, the USA, England, and Asia. Over the years she has studied, been involved in research and practiced within both our conventional and complementary medical systems. Patients therefore get the benefit of various perspectives on health and illness from these different but often complimentary modalities.