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Ontario Homeopathic Medical Association

United and Strong for Homeopathy and Health

What is Homeopathy?

Why Homeopathy?

  • Homeopathy has proven success, and is a 200-year-old therapy practised around the world
  • Effective complementary therapy with other types of treatments
  • No scientifically-proven side effects
  • Cost effective
  • “Green” medicine – no harmful impact on the environment
  • Natural medicine, works with your body’s systems
  • No harmful testing methods

What else can Homeopathy do?

  • Homeopathy can be used in the treatment of your pets! (think: homeo-animalistic)
  • Homeopathy can be beneficial to your houseplants (think: homeo-plantification)
  • Homeopathy can be used to rehabilitate, restore and create a longevity and quality of life (think: homeo-humanistic)

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Professional Associations vs Regulatory Colleges

There remains a great deal of confusion regarding the difference between professional associations and regulatory colleges. The terms are often used interchangeably, with regulatory colleges in particular simply being seen as a type of professional association. Indeed, while there are similarities between the two, they differ in terms of purpose, structure, and governance.


The key difference between professional associations and regulatory colleges lies in their purpose. The main purpose of a regulatory college is to protect the public. This is done by licensing members and ensuring that they adhere to a certain set of professional and ethical standards. Take the example of dentistry: if a patient enters a dentist’s practice, they want to make sure that the person filling their teeth is fully qualified. Therefore, the dentist will have to be registered with their provincial regulatory college.

A professional association, on the other hand, exists to act in the best interest of its members. An association will attempt to promote its profession by lobbying policy makers, offering courses, job boards, and networking opportunities. Membership is also voluntary but encouraged.


  • Protect the interest of its members

  • Membership is voluntary

  • Led by a Board of Directors, which normally does not include lay representation

  • Provide members with networking and job opportunities to aid them professionally

  • Lobbies policy makers, but is not normally under the auspices of the government


  • Protect the interest of the public

  • Membership is mandatory

  • Led by a council, which always includes lay representation

  • Develop standards of practice their members must adhere to

  • Regularly liases with the government

More on Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a system of natural healthcare that has been in existence for a few hundred years. It is a regulated system of medicine in Ontario, Canada, and is used by millions of people worldwide, most notably in India, South America and Europe. It is recognized by the World Health Organization as the second largest therapeutic system of medicine in the world and can be safely used by infants, children and people of all ages to treat acute and chronic diseases when under the supervision of a Homeopathic Practitioner.

Become a Member of the OHMA

The Ontario Homeopathic Medical Association offers membership to students and homeopaths who are licensed in the Province of Ontario.  Professional homeopaths practicing in other provinces are also welcome to join our association. CLICK HERE to make application to the association and provide proof of education and licensing. If you are not sure which level of membership you fall under or have questions, please contact us on the form below.

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The OHMA needs your help to ensure that Homeopathy in Ontario remains a sanctuary for Homeopaths under protected rule of law. Your membership is very important.

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