Hart Matthews, CPH, CCH, RSHom(NA)
Hart Matthews is a certified professional and classical homeopath, registered in North America and practicing in Durham, North Carolina.
Hart works with a wide a variety of health complaints, but he most frequently sees people with allergic sensitivities. Hart also works with a lot of sleep and digestive problems, athletic injuries and chronic pain, especially headaches. More than half of Hart's clients are kids, and he sees many children with severe allergies, developmental delays and behavioral challenges.
Hart is a graduate of the Caduceus Institute of Classical Homeopathy with a Professional Homeopathic Certification (CPH) from Caduceus and a Classical Homeopathic Certification (CCH) from the Council for Homeopathic Certification. He is also registered with the North American Society of Homeopaths. Hart did his clinical training with several homeopaths in North Carolina and California and started working with clients in 2006. He opened his private practice in the spring of 2008 and continues his post-graduate training with world-renowned practitioners, including Drs. Will Taylor, Farokh Master, Joe Kellerstein and Douglas Falkner; Jeremy Sherr, Karen Allen and Kim Elia, among others.
Hart spent a number of years writing and moderating homeopathic educational webinars for WholeHealthNow, has worked for HomeoAide, Inc., and was one of the early developers of the Homeopathic HouseCall online remedy finder. Locally, Hart has organized student clinical training in the Triangle of North Carolina. He also teaches a 50-hour course in advanced homeopathic case analysis at the Caduceus Institute.
Hart sees patients at his Broad Street office on weekdays except for Wednesdays, when you can find him at the Restoring Balance integrative health consortium in New Hope Commons.
When Hart first visited a homeopath for help with debilitating allergies, he had lived for decades on antihistamines and decongestants and anti-inflammatories and antibiotics. Homeopathy showed Hart how to stop fighting his own body and live a healthier life.
After homeopathic treatment also helped his wife and oldest child with their severe asthma, Hart decided to make a change of careers. Little did he know then that the study of homeopathy would bring a purpose into his life that he hadn't experienced since childhood.
Most of Hart's patients have suffered from some form of the pervasive malaise that we lump into the category of "depression." Hart loves watching his patients regain their energy, confidence and joy in life. He particularly enjoys working with parents and kids together.
Important Notice about Medical Licensing
Homeopaths are not licensed in the state of North Carolina. Hart does not hold a medical degree and is not a licensed medical practitioner. As an unlicensed practitioner, Hart is not allowed to diagnose or treat specific medical conditions. Homeopathic treatment strengthens the body and gives it more flexibility in dealing with disease or injury. Hart often works alongside other practitioners, both alternative and conventional, to improve his patients' health.