Kumar Goteti - Homoeopath

Kumar Goteti is a trained classical Homœopath with 24 years of clinical experience in treating patients with various ailments. He studied 4 ½ years DHMS (Diploma in Homœopathy, Medicine & Surgery) and started his private homœopathic practice in the year 1990. He worked with Medical Doctors, Orthopaedic Doctors and Surgeons for about 10 years, during which he learnt Surgery, Pediatric, Orthopedic cases and general cases thoroughly. He worked with Christian Organisation ‘Canossian Sisters’ where he treated more than 300 cases per week and was also awarded best Physician for his services.

After 10 years of clinical experience he was selected for the Post Graduate in Homœopathy (MD) where in he submitted his research work on ‘Chronic Otitis Media’ and won the University Award, as well as also being awarded with the Doctor Of Medicine. He worked with renowned Emergency Speciality hospitals, the Homœopathic Cancer Society and prestigious Homœopathic Medical Colleges in India and became the Director for the Immunology Department in Omega Health Aid Institute.

Kumar migrated to Australia 3 years ago with his wife & two kids and is now consulting to a number of natural health care clinics around Perth as well as having his own practice.  He is also working as a part time lecturer at the Paramount College of Natural Medicine teaching Homœopathy and his experiences to Natural Medicine students.


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