Dr. Luc De Schepper, M.D., Ph.D.,
D.I.Hom., C.Hom., Lic.Ac., is the founder of the New School of Homeopathy in Cambridge, Mass., and the author of
eleven books on homeopathy, acupuncture and holistic
health care. Dr. Luc has seen over 200,000 patients in 27
years in practice, and in recent years has treated them
exclusively with homeopathic remedies in LM potencies.
Dr. Luc's books include The People's Repertory (his manual for self-care with homeopathy for the layperson), Candida: the Cause, the Symptoms, the Cure, Acupuncture in Practice, and Full of Life. Human Condition: Critical, his introduction to homeopathy, won second prize among 3800 papers at the First World Congress of Traditional Medicine. He has appeared on numerous television shows in the United States and abroad as well as being interviewed on dozens of radio shows and giving over 100 public lectures. Dr. Luc has been invited to address the annual conventions of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners and the American Holistic Nurses Association as well as students at Tufts University School of Medicine. The New School of Homeopathy has over 100 students, including medical doctors, dentists, nurses, veterinarians, pharmacists, acupuncturists, chiropractors, and optometrists. Class evaluations frequently cite Dr. Luc's effectiveness and popularity as a lecturer.
Dr. Luc has medical licenses in Belgium and the United States; an acupuncture license in Holland and California; and a Ph.D. in acupuncture from the International Society of Acupuncture in Paris. He has received the Diploma of the British Institute of Homeopathy (D.I. Hom.) as well as the Certificate of the Hahnemann Academy of North America. He is fluent in four languages and is a renowned lecturer in the fields of acupuncture and homeopathy.