The PANDAS Homeopathic Protocol Trial: Initial Questionnaire

This post is the second one in a series on how to take part in a trial that will help to establish an Effective Homeopathic Treatment Protocol for PANDAS.  The first post provides an explanation of the aims and structure of the trial.

For those wishing to start the trial for their child, please fill in and submit the initial questionnaire by clicking here. Please take the time to fill this out as fully as possible.

I’m pleased to announce that a colleague who is very experienced in conducting clinical trials, has agreed to join me. Her name is Anna Rayner, and she was a research assistant in clinical trials for anxiety disorders at the Institute of Psychology in London before training in homeopathy. Anna has a particular interest and expertise in toxicity, specifically heavy-metal toxicity. I’d urge you all to read her brilliant blog.

I have finished the ‘recruitment phase’ of the trial, but it has been structured in such a way that you can still join us at a later date… simply fill in the initial questionnaire above and drop me a quick email to schedule our Skype chat.

Expectations: I want people to be aware that the purpose of this trial is to find a less-harmful treatment protocol than the repeated antibiotic courses currently recommended by many doctors. It is not to find a ‘cure’ for PANDAS, this would take individualised treatment from an experienced homeopath.

What happens Next: Once you have submitted your form I will arrange a time to talk with you over Skype. This will give you an opportunity to ask me any questions that you may have, and it also allows me to clarify anything from your questionnaire. It should take between 10 & 20 minutes. After the talk I will email you my prescription based on your child’s unique symptoms and details of where to purchase the remedies. Once everyone in the group has their remedies, we will move to the ‘protocol phase’.

Disclaimer: This is not a Clinical Trial





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7 Responses to The PANDAS Homeopathic Protocol Trial: Initial Questionnaire

  1. Kerry Browne May 17, 2013 at 10:40 am #

    Hi Alan,

    My son Harry had both PANDA,s and autism. I filled in your online questionaire on Mon night. Just emailing to see if you have received it and interested in taking Harry on as a case study.

    • Alan Freestone May 17, 2013 at 2:28 pm #

      Hi Kerry
      I sent you a Mailchimp email yesterday asking you to book your Skype call, perhaps it ended up in the spam folder?
      Yes, of course Harry is welcome. I have slots available on Wednesday 22nd May, what time of the day would be best for you?

      Kind regards


      • Kerry Browne May 18, 2013 at 8:27 am #

        Hi Alan,

        Harry has an ENT appointment up in London Wed 22nd. Not leaving here until midday ish so can talk from anytime in the morning until about 11.30ish? If not after about 4pm. Is this any good? Kerryx

        • Alan Freestone May 18, 2013 at 9:07 am #

          Helly Kerry

          I have put you in the diary for 9.30am on Wed 22nd, I look forward to speaking to you then.
          my Skype I.D is: alan.freestone (the one in London)

          Kind regards


          • Kerry Browne May 18, 2013 at 12:23 pm #

            Hi Alan,
            This Wed at 9.30 is great. Will find you on Skype later and request you. Do I Skype you first Wed or the other way round? Sorry, I am a bit technophobic! X

  2. Sandra O'Reilly September 15, 2013 at 7:20 am #

    Hi Alan, I have a son with autism and pandas and have tried everything from diets to energy, stem cells in China, bought a hyper barric chamber, ABA these are only a fee to mention. I’m at my wits end as no one seems to be able to help me and I have no family. If u could give me any advice I would be forever grateful.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    • Alan Freestone September 15, 2013 at 2:42 pm #

      Hi Sandra

      I would be happy to help.
      I have sent you an email.

      Kind regards


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