using homoeopathy to treat and manage autism

posted by ann fallows 25.03.2015

While good nutrition is vitally important for good health, there are times when it's just not enough to overcome disease. I'm talking about the dis-ease we may feel inside of ourselves. For some of us it may be anxiety or panic attacks. For others it may be the stress of deadlines,the weight we just can't shift, IBS or migraine.


For others, it may go a lot deeper, as is the case with Autism.


Homoeopathic medicines can be successful in assisting the body, mind and spirit back into health by unlocking the windows and doors of our mind which may keep us trapped inside ourselves.




Autism can be treated and managed with Homoeopathic medicine. The statistics in Australia are at 1 in 110 and the numbers are growing not only here but all around the world.

My methods of treatment are very effective in unravelling this most limiting of disease. How? By understanding the human heart of each person with Autism and researching the right homoeopathic medicine needed to treat and manage their sensitivities.

We are all unique beings and Homoeopathic medicine has an abundance to offer when prescribed accurately. From my cases of Autistic children so far, The lame- now walk, the unspoken- now speak, the unsociable- now socialise.


I have written an article about it for the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Click here to have a read. 


I have also written a page on my website that includes a tesimonial from a mum who is seeing results and positive outcomes for her child. Click here to read it. 


If you know families with a child with Autism or if it is indeed within your own family, I'd be delighted to assist them and you on an amazing journey of transformation.


Homeopathy Rocks!



arthritis awareness week 2015

posted by ann fallows 19.03.2015

We’re in the middle of Arthritis Awareness Week so here’s a post about how homoeopathy can help this most painful and debilitating disease.

There are many different forms of arthritis – osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, juvenile arthritis (yep, children get it too) and gout which is one of the most common forms. There are actually hundreds of different types of arthritis, just like there are hundreds of different homoeopathic medicines used to treat and manage it.

And that’s one of the best things about homoeopathy. It isn’t a one size fits all treatment. It’s the second most widely used medicine in the world and is recognised by the World Health Organisation as a valid form of health care.

So what makes homoeopathic treatment unique when treating arthritis?

Exactly what I said before. It’s not a one size fits all approach. Homoeopathic prescriptions are made on a case by case basis and take into consideration each person’s specific and unique set of symptoms.

We look at the symptoms holistically considering physical, mental and emotional elements. Two people may be diagnosed with osteoarthritis for example but they are given entirely different homeopathic medicines. 

The thing to remember is that homoeopathic prescription strengthens a person’s overall health. It acts as a catalyst for stimulating and directing the body’s ability to fight infection as well as resolving any underlying susceptibility to disorder.

There are many homoeopathic medicines used to treat and manage the numerous forms of arthritis.

We start with a detailed case analysis assessing all causative factors. This is what’s needed to achieve the best results in your condition.

By finding and removing the central disturbance with appropriate homeopathic medicine, great improvements in your arthritic condition is assured.


Ann Fallows is the founder and director of The Homeopathic Health & Wellbeing Practice and has over 10 years experience in treating and managing disease. Visit for more information or email for an appointment.



happy holistic holidays

posted by ann fallows 23.12.2014

While Christmas is a fantastic time of year full of celebration, catching up with friends and family and relaxation as work gets put aside for a couple of weeks, it also can be a time of over-indulgence.

While over-indulgence can be expected with Christmas lunches and New Years parties scheduled into the diary, the short term gain can have long term consequences.

I have a lovely friend who did just that last holiday season. A big Christmas party season, followed by a wonderful two week holiday in Fiji where she ate what she wanted when she wanted AND counted down the hours to Happy Hour and a couple of sugary cocktails every evening. Sounds great, doesn’t it?

What happened? She put on 6 kilos and it took her nearly 9 months of hard work to get that off again. Long term impact.

And that’s what I want to talk to you about today. Long term management of your health. The quick fixes may work in the short term but what about long term management?

One of the secrets is to look at your health holistically. What does that mean?

Holistic health is actually an approach to life. Rather than focusing on an illnesss or specific parts of the body, this approach to health considers the WHOLE person and how she interacts with her environment.

Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person – the body, mind, spirit and emotions – in the quest for optimal health and wellness.

That’s where homoeopathy comes in. When I consult with a client, I look at them from a holistic perspective. I ask questions that allow me to understand what the dis-ease is within that individual that is limiting them or making them over-indulge in the first place.

Hompeopathic medicines boost our immunity to fight infection AND fights the dis-ease that lives within. Think about it like building a house.

You don’t build one room at a time. You set the foundations in place followed by the frame and the installation of all the electrics and plumbing. Everything that you’ll need for other elements to work later on. 

The builder looks at the house as a whole entity – one whole project. Not as lots of little projects. The goal is to have a complete house with all elements working correctly and strong foundations.

That’s what your health and wellbeing goal should be too. Strong foundations with all elements – physical, mental and emotional – working correctly.

Now, if you have over-indulged this season, don’t be too hard on yourself. Consider catching up with me for a homoeopathic consultation in January or February. I can help you detox your mind, body and spirit and get you ready for the year ahead.

The practice will be closed during the Christmas break until Sunday 28th December. I'll be back on Monday 29th December for one day and then re-opening as per my regular hours from Saturday 10th January. 

Click here for contact details and to make an appointment.

I wish everyone a safe, peaceful and relaxing holiday season.

See you in 2015! 









cultures where Homoeopathy is Second Nature
Posted by Ann Fallows 17.11.2014

When people ask me what I do, most have heard of homoeopathy. If they don’t, then they’ll ask me to explain what it’s all about. Click here for a rundown on what it is and where it comes from. 

For most Australians, homoeopathy is a bit new to them. It’s really only in the last 20 years that what has been classed as alternative therapies has gained greater recognition in Australia.

For many Australians with a multi-cultural background, homoeopathy is not new to them. In fact, there are a number of cultures that have embraced the holistic approach to treating illness and being proactive about their wellness.

So which cultures jumped on board the homoeopathy train many years ago?


The first records of homeopathy being practised in India stretches back to 1835 when a European practitioner called Dr John Martin Honigberger treated the Maharaja of Lahore using homoeopathy. India has long been a country that embraces what the west define as alternative treatments such as Ayurveda. I treat quite a few Indian families. It is seen as quite normal in their culture for parents to turn to homoeopaths when their children are unwell.


A recent survey stated that 40% of the French public have used homoepathic medicines and 39% of French physicians have prescribed them. Since the inception of homoeopathy 200 years ago, it attracted the support of European royalty and leading artists across the continent. But it seems that in modern day Europe, France is leading the way in usage.


In Mexico, homoeopathy is integrated into the national health care system and it was nearly 120 years ago that the first homoeopathic school was established as the behest of the President of Mexico at the time. Now, of all Mexicans who use complementary or alternative medicines, over 26% use homoeopathy.


While it’s hard to get statistics on how many Australians use homoeopathy, I feel from the amount of clients that come through my door that it is on the rise. We know that Australians spent approximately $5.4 million on homoeopathy back in 2008. 8 years later with holistic health and wellness strategies getting more airtime and mainstream recognition and acceptance, I’d be confident in saying that number is probably a whole lot higher now. 

So if you are unwell, consider Homeopathic treatment. It's growing in popularity and it gets to the heart of the issue quickly and effectively. I've got 9 years of experience under my belt as a qualified Homoeopath and can treat anything from the common cold to autism.

To make an appoint or if you would like some more information on where I practice and my contact details, click here

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