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Dr. Domnita Neagu

Anthroposophic & Homeopathic Doctor


About me

I  have dedicated my life to medicine. I have been studying and practicing medicine for over 25 years and over this time I have gained experience in several different medical systems. Each of them opened up another set of tools to help people restore what I feel is our most precious gift: our health.

Ever since I can remember, I wanted to be a doctor. I also felt from early age that we are more than just a complicated physical mechanism and that we have an inner dimension (emotional, mental, spiritual) which must be connected with the healing process.

The ultimate quest of my journey as a doctor is to access the place where our being is stimulated to heal from within in a gentle and natural way.

I spent seven years in hospital medicine training to become an internal medicine consultant and have been practising as a GP for the past ten years. I have been a homeopath for the past decade, initially working in collaboration with the Bristol Homeopathic Hospital. I have trained in all three types of homeopathy (classical, sensation, and evolutionary).

I have trained for three years in anthroposophic medicine. This little known but powerful ‘sister of homeopathy’ combines homeopathic principles for making remedies with a modern grounding in physiology and a profound understanding of the spiritual dimensions of the human being.

Doctor Domnita Neagu, Homeopathic Doctor and general practitioner


Member of Royal College of Physicians (2011)
Member of Royal College of General Practitioners (2013)
Member of Faculty of Homeopathy (2014)
Certification in Anthroposophic Medicine (2022)
Postgraduate Diploma in Classical Homeopathy (2023)

My vision

Before we try to find a resolution to a patient’s suffering, we have to ask the right question: how can we understand the problem fully?

My understanding is that, in addition to a physical body, human beings are endowed with vital energy, an emotional dimension, and a mental and spiritual dimension. The process of illness encompasses all of these.

To attempt to cure in a deep and lasting way, a medical treatment must consider all the dimensions of the human being and work with all of them.

Every case is unique and cannot be treated by applying pre-designed algorithms in the way one would fix a machine. Until you understand the whole humanity of the patient, including their biography and inner life, you cannot treat the whole human being.

The only valid cure is the one carried out by nature itself from the inside-out. The current methods of pharmacological medicine merely block the symptoms for a limited length of time without healing the underlying imbalance.

The symptom is not a pest to be suppressed but the voice of the body expressing a deeper distress. The symptom should be heard, understood, and used as a guide by the therapist in the process of cure.

Illness is often an opportunity for growth. Shifting deep malfunctioning patterns can allow us to understand ourselves in greater depth and rediscover a sense of meaning and purpose.

The current medical mindset often employs military language as it attempts to ‘fight disease’ or ‘beat cancer’. It uses ‘anti-acids’, ‘anti-spasmodics’, ‘anti-algics’ etc. This use of language, and the approach it reflects, underlines an adversarial attitude to our own bodies that betrays the laws and innate intelligence of nature within us. This mindset is itself an illness of our times in need of a cure!

In a real cure, the patient is ultimately freed from all medication whilst the body is restored to its self-reliant dynamic existence.


My training


Medical training

Before exploring any complementary approaches, I felt the need to have a good understanding of conventional medicine. I spend 6 years in medical school, followed by 10 years of postgraduate medical training. I joined Royal College of Physicians in 2011 and worked in hospital medicine for over a decade. While preparing to become a consultant in internal medicine, I trained in all the clinical specialities – cardiology, gastroenterology, neurology, rheumatology, dermatology, geriatrics, and emergency medicine A&E.

I then undertook a further 3 years training for General Practice, which extended my experience into several other specialities - Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Surgery, ENT Ear Nose and Throat illnesses, and Psychiatry. I joined the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2013. I have been a GP in NHS for the past 10 years.

This training is extremely valuable to fully understand what mainstream medicine has to offer each patient’s medical condition.

My homeopathic journey

As a young child I made a successful recovery from childhood asthma with homeopathic medicines after having struggled with the condition on conventional drugs for several years. This brought homeopathy into our family forever. My parents were amazed how quickly we would recover from childhood illness with remedies. As children my sister and I used to play with homeopathic empty bottles instead of toys! We both became doctors later on.

After qualifying in medicine as a hospital doctor, as a member of the Royal College of Physicians and alongside my GP training, I embarked on studying classical homeopathy on a training programme for doctors at the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital. I then joined a 4 year homeopathy training with the School of Homoeopathy where I learned the more modern approach of the Sensation Method.

There followed many years of postgraduate training in UK and Europe with many of the great teachers in the world, including Rajan Sankarn, Massimo Mangliavori, Mikal Yakir, Jeremy Sher, on all approaches in homeopathy: Classical, Sensation Method, and Evolutionary Model.

In this time I have found it immensely inspiring to see hundreds of live cases and to witness patients being relieved of a wide range of medical conditions using homeopathic remedies. The resolution of their symptoms was gentle, permanent and to a level of depth I hadn’t seen before.

Anthropsophic Training

Training in Anthroposophical Medicine is available to qualified doctors only because it requires an understanding of physiology and pathology of disease. Anthroposophic Medicine is very popular in Germany where many GPs are Anthroposophicaly trained.

In Germany there are also several large hospitals where alongside all the modern conventional clinical testing and surgical procedures, patients are supported by Anthroposophic therapies (Art therapy, Massage therapy, Counselling) and receive Anthroposophic oral or injectable remedies in conjunction with conventional drugs.

In England there have been four NHS GP surgeries where doctors were working with Anthroposophic medicines alongside all GP treatments, over a period of 30 years. I was fortunate to work in one of such surgeries until its closure in 2022.

As an Anthroposophical doctor I have found Anthroposophic medicines to be reliable and effective. Patients come back reporting an improvement of symptoms, more energy, and a sense of inner wellbeing and emotional and physical resilience.

After qualifying the 3 year training course I am now supporting the Anthroposophic Medical teaching team in the UK.

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