with Melanie Creedy
Melanie Creedy offers consultations Australia-wide via skype and phone, as well as face-to-face in the Huon Valley, Southern Tasmania and has provided support to distance clients for more than 15 years.
She is considered one of Australia’s most innovative homeopaths and is widely acknowledged by patients and peers for her success with complex cases, many of which may have already seen several homeopaths and practitioners of other modalities.
Melanie’s special interest is women’s and children’s health, including mental and emotional well-being and the management of gut health, vaccine damage and heavy metal toxicity. She has also worked extensively with children with ear problems, asthma and related issues over the years.
She has wide experience of chelating and detoxing heavy metals and vaccines using homeopathy, and long experience of using hair analysis to assess and prepare programs for children and adults.
Melanie loves the shared journey of helping someone on their life/spiritual path or with emotional issues, an area where homeopathy has a particular affinity. Working with more esoteric remedies as appropriate, she has much experience and success in this area.
But don’t let the fact that your specific condition is not listed above stop you enquiring about a consult. In practice since 1998, Melanie has seen and treated most things!
Remember . . . homeopathy treats the whole person not the diagnosis.
The distance consulting service allows families around Australia to access homeopathy with a well respected and highly experienced homeopath.
These days it’s not always convenient to organise a face-to-face consultation, particularly if you have small children, a busy life or live in a remote area
Some health fund providers pay for distance consultations. Please check with your fund.
If you would like to enquire about a consultation for yourself or family member call Melanie Creedy on 0409 089965 or email.
Melanie Creedy is a member of the Australian Homeopathic Association (AHA), past President of the WA branch and past Vice President of AHA’s National Council, a position she held from 2011 to 2015. During that time she set up the Association’s member webinar program, organised the 2014 National Conference in Hobart and continues to edit the AHA National Newsletter. She is listed on the Australian Register of Homeopaths.