Homoeopathy in Bristol, 1840 - 1925

Homoeopathy was as controversial in the nineteenth century as it is today, but it flourished in Bristol alongside conventional medicine.

Here Dr Whitfield tells the story of Bristol’s homoeopathic practitioners up to 1925 when the opening of the Homoeopathic Hospital set the seal upon their endeavours.

Now out of print but may still be available direct from the author, on Amazon, or second hand.

About the author

Dr Michael Whitfield was senior lecturer in General Practice at the University of Bristol. In his retirement he has devoted himself to the history of medical practice in nineteenth-century Bristol, and is the author of several books in the ALHA series.

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