Palma Cicco


My goal is
...helping you achieve your optimal health

Palma practices homeopathy in two locations, in Etobicoke and in Vaughan. She treats many conditions and age groups including children, adults and seniors.

Palma’s area of practice is in pain management and to educate patients how to Reduce Pain Naturally and Live a Healthier Life’. These include gut issues, musculoskeletal disorders like arthritis, rheumatism and back pain. Skin issues such as eczema, psoriasis and children, women and men’s health conditions.

In addition, Palma is an advocate for the integration of homeopathy into various medical professions. She works collaboratively with Dr. Roberto Burgos to integrate homeopathy into his dental practice for specific dental treatments. Some examples are dry mouth, abscesses and TMJ pain. The dentist has observed the incredible healing results and thus have offered dental patients the options to choose prescribed medication or homeopathic treatment when called upon.

Credentials & Education:

Palma Cicco, HOM, DCHM (HONS), is a registered homeopathic practitioner with the College of Homeopaths of Ontario.  She graduated in 2015 with honours from the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine (CCHM) in Toronto, the only Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America. A requirement to graduate with honours involved Palma to complete a professional independent research paper. The Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine is a 3 to 4 year Homeopathic Science based program.

Continuing Education is a priority for Palma. She prepares and organizes various presentations on many homeopathic topics to educate patients, dental personnel and dentists.

Below are some topics presented by Palma:

  • Women’s Health Conditions on Bladder & Yeast Infections, PMS & Menopause
  • Colds, Cough, Ear Infections, Fever & Flu
  • Xerostomia (Dry Mouth)
  • Mouth Sores, Candida/Thrush
  • TMJ Pain

Palma has also written a dental case study on alveolar osteitis (dry socket), “A Case of a Tooth Infection“.