Olga Saletsky Explains Homeopathy for Back-to-School Care




Olga Saletsky

As the season changes, children return to school and parents may see a new sense of discomfort, anxiety and insecurity present in their child. Homeopathy can alleviate the worry and fret a child is experiencing with the new grade level he or she must tackle.

Olga Saletsky, a classical homeopath, can look at the wholeness of each child as an individual and help resolve any problems with natural medicinal remedies. She strives to reach the root of the problem. Keep children’s confidence level high year-round by attending Saletsky's informative presentation from 7 to 8 p.m., August 5, at the Center for Holistic Medicine, in Riverwoods/Deerfields.

A child's academic, mental, social and emotional states can be nurtured in ways that equate to all-around success. Because it is a completely natural form of treatment, homeopathy targets not just one symptoms, it heals the entire body with all-natural substances.


Admission is free. Location: 240 Saunders Rd. Riverwoods/Deerfield (free parking). For more information and to RSVP, call 847-236-1701 or visit Holistic-Medicine.com.

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