Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Dr Nik Omar Homeopathic Clinic


The Story by Alison Nadel
A British Journalist

THE WAITING room of Dr Nik Omar's clinic is busy. A school boy whose asthma cleared up within a day of taking homeopathic remedy has come back for some medicine to treat cold. A young woman is waiting for a pregnancy check up and to start a course of medicine for an esy birth. A man whose severe migrain vanished after being treated by Dr Nik six months ago, has dropped in to pick up a repeat prescription.

For them there is no question that homeopathy works. Like many of Dr Nik's patients they show little concern about how or why it is effective. Only a few of the people in his waiting room sy that they have come because homeopathy uses natural substances. Mre stress the fact that it is cheap.

One elderly man, partiallt paralysed and walking with a stick, sys that since his last heart attack, there is nothing more his doctor can do for him, homeopathy is his last hope.

Dr Nik Omar does not fit the stereotype of the dedicated healer quietly pioneering his art. He is too bulish. Both his colleagues and his rivals acknowledge his tremendous energy. All recognised that he, more than anyone, is responsible for raising the homeopathic medicine profile in Malaysia.

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