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Dr. Anne de Ryck offers various services as a general practitioner trained in homeopathy, functional medicine, nutritherapy and colon hydrotherapy. A doctor of medicine at UCL in 1982, Dr. de Ryck decided to specialize in tropical medicine as well as homeopathy and nutrotherapy. Following these specializations her interest was particularly focused on the proper functioning of the digestive system given its major role on health. It therefore addresses diet, digestion, nutrient assimilation, gas elimination and waste disposal through various practices including colon hydrotherapy. It goes without saying that this is part of an overall consideration of the person in all its physical, psychic and emotional aspects.
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Specialties - Anne De Ryck

  • Homeopathy
  • Nutritherapy
  • Colon hydrotherapy

EXPERTISE

General, Child and Teenager

Patient Reviews

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Punctuality
9.5
Cleanliness of the practice
9.5
Clear information on the pathology
9.3
Clear information on the side effects
9.3

Map

  • Square Marie-José 1, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert

CV - Anne De Ryck

STUDIES

  • General medicine: UCL 1982
  • Tropical Medicine: 1984
  • Homeopathy: 1990
  • Nutritherapy: 2000

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Hopital de Ghardaia en Algérie
  • Free Clinic à Bruxelles
  • Cabinet privé à Woluwe St Lambert

Participation in conferences

  • Detoxination, nutrition sante mitochondriale, médecine fonctionnelle, soins énergétiques

Spoken languages

  • Français
  • English

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Anne De Ryck

Anne De Ryck

Square Marie-José 1, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert
EU Greece ESPA 2011 - 2014

The project is co-financed by Greece and the European Union