Dr. Herschberger received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, OR, in 1994. the College is fully accredited by the State of Oregon and supported by the U.S. Government through student loan programs.
Most recently, Dr. Herschberger was on staff at the Akron Center for Homeopathy, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, working with children and adults of all ages, using homeopathy exclusively.
The treatment of acute and chronic disease by Classical Homeopathy is her area of specialization.
Her past experience in the healthcare field includes a career in Nursing, with 12 years
experience as an RN in a large Midwest teaching hospital, UC-Cincinnati, OH.
Dr. Herschberger is currently in private practice at the Black Rock Holistic Health Center and is an Associate Dean for the College of Naturopathic Medicine at the University of Bridgeport.
Classical homeopathy is a truly holistic system of medicine which was developed 200 years
ago by a German physician named Samuel Hahnemann, and today is practiced the world over.
It is based on the law of similars - "like cures like".
Remedies are prepared from plant, animal or mineral substances in highly diluted form. The
single remedy for the patient is chosen based on the similarity of the person's symptoms to
the effects of a given substance in its crude form.
Homeopathic remedies are
capable of stimulating the body to begin healing itself from the inside out. It is a system which addresses illness at its root cause. rather than
the cause of illness through the use of non-toxic remedies which are selected
for the individual, not for a given disease or condition, homeopathic treatment can
strengthen the immune system and restore equilibrium wherever in the body there is
SOME CONDITIONS WHICH HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH HOMEOPATHY:
Allergies, sinusitis, arthritis (all types), autoimmune disorders, headaches, migraines,
depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, heart conditions, colitis, asthma, constipation,
chronic ear infections, eczema, infectious diseases, acute and chronic effects of injuries,
menopausal and menstrual symptoms, chronic fatigue, ADD and many other conditions which are
not easily classified or diagnosed.