Naturopath DO, Medical Herbalist BSc (Hons), MNIMH
The fascinating thing about working as a Medical Herbalist are the aspects and facets involved in the whole treatment process. It is possibly the only major complementary therapy in which the practitioner prepares the medicine on the premises or even during the consultation. That requires additional knowledge and experience especially if the products are made with a state of the art process. I think that preparing the herbal product from scratch, individualised for each patient and delivered after a bespoke consultation can be the key to change difficult conditions.
As the director of Dudler Herbal, it is my primary interest to facilitate health by providing safe and contemporary therapy rooms, a modern dispensary, a well stocked retail area, and a range of experienced practitioners from different disciplines complementing Herbal Medicine. I think we certainly achieved that with the clinic in Birmingham, West Midlands.
As mentioned above, the herbal product preparation is a very important step in the treatment of patients. Consistent quality and patient safety are two main aspects of the production process we adhere to. It is my aim to produce the best possible treatment for each patient.
As a lecturer and program leader at Naturheilzentrum Eschen for Naturopathy courses, I cannot emphasis enough the need for continuous learning and further education. At Dudler Herbal, I implemented a code of conduct in terms of training which each practitioner has to sign before they are allowed to take patients.