About IBS Solutions : Who we are

JON GAMBLE BA ND Adv Dip Hom

Homeopath : Naturopath

Jon Gamble

Jon’s special area of interest is in treating chronic conditions where medical treatment has not been successful. He specialises in treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS); Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) & respiratory problems, and has delivered seminars for other homeopaths in Sydney, Melbourne, FC and Perth on these conditions.

Jon originally studied Arts/Law at Monash University before working for five years in legal publishing. Jon completed his studies at Nature Care College and the Australian Institute of Homeopathy, after studying naturopathy, osteopathy and homeopathy. He completed further studies at the Sydney College of Homeopathic Medicine, and the International Institute of Advanced Homeopathy in India. He has run a busy clinic in Wollongong since 1987. He also practises in Mittagong and Sydney. Jon is currently the Registrar of the Australian Register of Homeopaths, which is the national registration board for homeopaths in Australia.

NYEMA HERMISTON Adv Dip Hom ND RN

Homeopath : Naturopath : Registered Nurse

Nyema Hermiston

Nyema focusses in treating chronic diseases in both adults and children, using non-invasive kinesiological muscle monitoring techniques to assess sensitivities and causes of illness. She also has a special interest in treating children with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADD, ADHD and other childhood learning and behavioural disorders.

Originally a Registered Nurse, Nyema studied naturopathy at NatureCare College, then specialised in homeopathy at the Sydney College of Homeopathic Medicine, from which she holds an Advanced Diploma. Nyema has also studied homeopathy in Calcutta with Dr Parimal Banerji. She ran clinics, including The Children’s Ear Clinic in Sydney from 1988 to 2004 and currently practices in Mittagong NSW. Nyema was NSW President of the Australian Homeopathic Association from 2000–2003 and Executive Officer of the Australian Register of Homeopaths from 2003 – 2006.

 

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