According to the article, this homeopathic doctor was having trouble making ends meet, so she’s gotten and interpreter and started placing ads in Spanish language papers. Business has picked up.
“Robinson’s practice, Natural Solutions for Health, uses nutritional counseling, diet and exercise planning, thermal massage and dietary supplements to heal the body without prescription drugs or invasive surgeries.”
Interesting how the local paper makes no mention of herbal treatments being unreliable and not scientifically proven. And something that bothers me - she’s been treating a young man with symptoms of depression, with fish oil. Sounds ‘fishy’ to me. (Shouldn’t he be in counseling if he is depressed?)
Thoughts on the article, and her choices for treatment, anyone?
Also, feel free to post a note in the comments section at the bottom of the article, if you are so inclined. Right now it’s about half for the woo-woos, and half against the woo-woos.