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Meghan C. Smith RST, SCENAR Therapist
Rudi Verspoor DMH, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst (DMH)‚ CoRe Bioresonance Practitioner‚ SCENAR Therapist
Manuela Mueller-Code DHHP, DMH, DynBC, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst (DMH)‚ Dynamic Blood Consultant‚ SCENAR Therapist
Susan Cohen DHHP, DMH, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst (DMH)‚ CoRe Bioresonance Practitioner‚ SCENAR Therapist


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RST, SCENAR Therapist

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DMH, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst (DMH)‚ CoRe Bioresonance Practitioner‚ SCENAR Therapist

Rudi Verspoor

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Rudi Verspoor has two decades of extensive clinical experience in treating complex and chronic illnesses. He has written several books based on his research and clinical experience.


  • AUTISM, The Journey Back
  • Homeopathy Renewed A Sequential Approach to the Treatment of Chronic Illness (with Patty Smith)
  • A time for Healing
  • Homeopathy Re–examined: Beyond the Classical Paradigm (with Steven R. Decker)
  • The Dynamic Legacy: Hahnemann from Homeopathy to Heilkunst (with Steven Decker)
  • Rudi also writes a blog.

Rudi Verspoor has been studying Hahnemann’s medical system for more than two decades and has acquired extensive clinical experience, particularly relating to complex and chronic cases, in the application of this system. His abiding interest in history and philosophy has led him to undertake continual research into various problems and issues that have arisen in traditional homeopathic treatment. This research has led to the development of a systematic dynamic approach to therapeutics that is now being offered in a comprehensive form to others through a five-year program.

Rudi Verspoor has written several books providing new insights based on his research and clinical experience and has lectured widely in Canada, the US, the UK and Europe. He served as the Director of the British Institute of Homeopathy Canada from 1993 to early 2001, and developed their Homeopathic Practitioner Diploma Program. He has taught extensively both in-class and on a distance learning basis. His previous experience has been in public policy, planning and administration.

He helped to found and is still active in the National United Professional Association of Trained Homeopaths (NUPATH) and the International Heilkunst Association (IHA). He has advised government on health-care policy. Part of his time is spent advising the Canadian government on health-care policy and in working for greater acceptance of and access to homeopathy and Heilkunst amongst policy makers and the public.

His publications include: Homeopathy Renewed, A Sequential Approach to the Treatment of Chronic Illness (with Patty Smith); A Time for Healing; Homeopathy Re-examined: Beyond the Classical Paradigm (with Steven Decker); The Dynamic Legacy: Hahnemann from Homeopathy to Heilkunst (with Steven Decker). He also has written various articles for Canadian and International journals.

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DHHP, DMH, DynBC, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst (DMH)‚ Dynamic Blood Consultant‚ SCENAR Therapist

Manuela Mueller-Code

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Manuela researched alternatives to the conventional medical system in Germany as a result of allopathic treatment, where doctors were unable to identify the cause of her suffering. Experiencing the success of Naturopathic therapy, Manuela decided to study Naturopathic Medicine in 1989 for one year. Born and raised in a small city in Northern Germany, Manuela moved to the Frankfurt area, where she met her husband and immigrated to Canada in 1997.

While it took a few years to fully settle in the Ottawa Valley, Manuela remembers being aware of the fact that increasingly people around her were diagnosed with cancer, and she eventually lost a dear sister-in-law to lung cancer. Fearful of getting cancer herself and determined to help those fighting cancer, Manuela searched for alternatives, which would not only be able to effectively treat conditions like cancer and minimize the sufferings, but could also act preventatively.

Intrigued by the fundamentals of the Heilkunst system including its principles, science and deep understanding of cure, and grounded in the laws of nature, Manuela embarked on her studies with the Hahnemann College for Heilkunst in Ottawa and graduated in July 2004. She continuously furthers her studies with a special interest in orgonomy and anthroposophy. Her deep understanding of the laws and principles of nature and as they relate to health or disease, continuous to help her patients to heal and reach their full potential living a life in truth and love. Always intrigued by the possibility to have our body show us the evidence of our life styles, stresses and ignorance through displaying it in the blood, Manuela embarked on her studies and graduated from the Hahnemann College for Heilkunst in July 2010 as a Practitioner in Dynamic Blood Analysis. Integrating the Live Blood Analysis as well as the Dried Blood Analysis into her Heilkunst clinic has enabled her to further focus the healing possibilities and provides evidence based results. Please keep in mind “ The body is designed to heal itself, when we give it what it needs for this healing” – and this can be of physical, mental/emotional or soul/spiritual nature. Her own journey through Heilkunst treatment has taken an evolution beyond her expectations, and she enjoys living a life in truth and love, making resonant choices within her life.

Manuela is a Doctor of Medical Heilkunst, DMH, with the Canadian/International Heilkunst Association. She is also a member of the Academy of Naturopaths and Naturotherapists, A.N.N.

Manuela has established with her Arnprior clinic the first affiliation of the Hahnemann Centre for Heilkunst. Manuela has moved her Hahnemann Clinic from the Kenwood Corporate Centre – one of Arnprior’s Landmarks – to a more private and natural setting, just minutes outside of Arnprior to reflect the natural healing style . Even though she has initially established her Cinic for Heilkunst to serve the Ottawa Valley, her clinic has grown to include patients from all over Canada, U.S.A, Germany and even Australia and the South Pacific. Thanks to today’s technology, distance consultations are handled in a smooth, effective and inexpensive matter.

Arnprior is her home away from home and since 1999 the residence of her choice on the beautiful Madawaska River. In her previous life she travelled the world on business working for Multinational Organizations in capacities, such as Travel, Finance, HR, Customer Service, Quality Management and Security Management, visiting many places. She fell in love with the Ottawa Valley, and particularly Algonquin Park, which she now embraces in her own backyard. Arnprior is also known as the Town of two beautiful Rivers, the Ottawa and the Madawaska. It is located only 30 minutes West of Ottawa on Highway 417, and with its picturesque setting and beautiful charm is an attraction for everyone.

Manuela holds dual citizenship, Canadian and German, and conducts consultations internationally in either language. Her passion is to help individuals find their full potential, empowering them to make choices and guiding them to enjoy a happy and healthy life. “Living a life in truth will set you free”. Manuela will guide you into a higher consciousness as true healing and cure find place once we unite body, mind, soul and spirit.

Manuela enjoys the Canadian country lifestyle and the pure nature in the Ottawa valley.

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DHHP, DMH, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst (DMH)‚ CoRe Bioresonance Practitioner‚ SCENAR Therapist

Susan Cohen

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As Susan’s children started growing, and unfortunately started getting the eternal ear infections, colds and occasional cases of strep throat, she began questioning the advice she was receiving from the pediatricians and specialists. Her children never seemed to really get better, and never seemed to be fully healthy. She started studying at a natural health school, just to be able to help her children. Her time there was spent studying the ancient art of Chinese medicine, and she was subsequently introduced to a homeopath who taught in the school. With her interest piqued, she launched her quest to find the best homeopathic school that she could. Her enquiries took her to another city, to Ottawa, and before long she was studying at the Hahnemann College for Heilkunst and traveling to get to classes.

Susan started her adult life in the accounting profession and spent many years with a private practice. What she enjoyed most about the accounting profession was that there is a correct resolution to any problem, and a sense of accomplishment when the job is done. She is very happy to have found these qualities in the practice of Heilkunst. There are no problems that are insurmountable, and the personal growth, freedom, and level of health that can be attained through Heilkunst is the best and highest accomplishment possible.

Although Susan has finished her diploma program, she has continued her studies and investigations into this field through continuing education at the Hahnemann College in order to be able to be up to date in all the newest information that is uncovered. She has added the application of the NeuroSCENAR to her practice to help alleviate acute pain while treatment is ongoing.

Susan (DHHP, DMH) is a Doctor of Medical Heilkunst with the International Heilkunst Association (Canadian/International Heilkunst Association). She is also a member of the National Association of Naturopaths (N.A.N.).

Because Susan’s clinic in Montreal is a member-clinic of the Hahnemann Clinic for Heilkunst based in Ottawa, Ontario, Susan has access to all of the research and advantages of a multi-practitioner, multi-office association that will greatly benefit her clients.

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