Gabrielle Pinto

Homeopathy is a complementary medical discipline and that means it complements rather than replaces Western Medicine.

It’s a mix and match situation in which some things are best done through allopathic medicine others by homeopathy and other complementary therapies.

I have been a homeopath since 1984.   Before that, I was a qualified acupuncturist. I have worked in hospitals using complementary therapies as well as private clinics and in the NHS. And frankly when you have problems you may need a team.

What I recommend is integrated health-care, that is to say I integrate Homeopathy with your general health care and help you manage the programme. That means you have all the options open to you and you can make clear informed decisions about your well-being.