STEWART HOMEOPATHY

Constitutional Care

Homeopathic care for chronic, ongoing or recurring symptoms and for treatment of your general, overall well-being. This may be physical, mental or emotional in nature. 

Some situations that people turn to homeopathy

  • Anxiety
  • Headaches / Migraines
  • Menstrual or hormone complaints
  • Sleep 
  • Overall state of energy
  • Temperament or dispostion
  • Many others

The homeopathic interview is a unique experience. It starts with an in-depth initial consultation focusing on the interplay between mental, emotional, physical and past and present symptoms. It continues with periodic follow-up visits to monitor your progress.

Acute Care

The Cold and Flu season is upon us, as well as the stress of starting school and the holiday season upon us,  Our immune systems are working hard to keep up, but still we get sick. Homeopathy is a wonderful way to support the immune system and in doing so, people report benefits with the use of homeopathic remedies.  

Some situations that people turn to homeopathy

  • Coughs
  • Colds and Flu symptoms
  • Injuries like sprains, bruises, etc
  • Minor burns
  • Skin irritation e.g. from poison ivy
  • Childhood ailments e.g. teething, ear infections, conjunctivitis
  • Bladder infections
  • Many others

The consultation involves questions about your ailment, looking for the distinctive physical and emotional symptoms that you are experiencing. Using this holistic approach, we then recommend an individualized remedy to take, with instructions.  We like to follow up our consultation with a phone call to ensure you are on the path to wellness.

FOR SCHEDULING AND INFORMATION

PHONE: 612-720-2332

SCHEDULE ONLINE    If scheduling online only use code: TS25 for Constitutional discount and TS10 for Acute discount

Address:  7104 Lake Street West, St. Louis Park, MN  55436

Office Hours:  Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm / Note: some Saturdays available

Appointments available in person and also remotely:

 

Please note that this is not a substitute for emergency services. If this is an emergency, please call 911 or visit Urgent Care.