Angela Walker is not a licensed physician and homeopathy is not licensed by the State of Pennsylvania.       

Classical Hahnemannian Homeopathy is based on a set of clearly defined principles. The theory behind homeopathy is that a substance that causes a certain set of symptoms when tested on a healthy person can relieve the same set of symptoms in a sick person. Homeopaths are trained to select the one remedy from thousands available that most closely matches the total picture of your symptoms. This remedy is given in a specially prepared (potentized) form that can stimulate your body’s own healing processes.

Treatment is always by mutual agreement and may be discontinued by either party.  Your homeopath will maintain records of consultations and treatment, which you may view if you wish.

As homeopaths, we do not make any kind of diagnosis in conventional medical terms. You should be aware that the outcome and duration of homeopathic treatment vary by individual, and cannot be guaranteed.

If you ever have any concerns about the nature of your treatment, please feel free to discuss them with your homeopath.

 It is your responsibility to maintain a relationship with a licensed physician.

It is recommended that you inform your medical doctor that you are receiving homeopathic treatment.

As unlicensed practitioners, homeopaths are not permitted to:

  • Perform any form of surgery or any procedure that punctures your skin or harmfully invades your body.
  • Use X-ray radiation. Treat wounds with electrotherapy.
  • Prescribe prescription drugs
  • Recommend that you begin dosing, alter dosing or discontinue dosing of any drugs that were prescribed by a licensed physician or any other medicines that you may take.
  • Make recommendations regarding administration of vaccinations
  • Set fractures.
  • Put you at risk of great bodily harm, serious physical or mental illness, or death.
  • Imply in any way that they are licensed physicians.

Your Homeopath may:

Ask you to sign and acknowledge that you received the written statement, and provide you with a copy of it. They must also keep a copy of your signed acknowledgement for three years.


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