Neville Wood 1818? – 1890 MD Edinburgh 1844, FRCP Edinburgh 1845, was a British orthodox physician, member of the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, Medical Officer of the Caledonian Fire and Life Assurance Company, who converted to homeopathy, to become a member of the British Homeopathic Society, a member of the Medical Council of the London Homeopathic Hospital, a Physician at the Brompton Homeopathic Dispensary, a Physician at the Chelsea Homeopathic Dispensary
Neville Wood was a colleague of George Mann Carfrae, who also worked as a Medical Officer of the Caledonian Fire and Life Assurance Company,
Neville Wood was a single remedy, high potency prescriber who objected to alternating remedies.
Neville Wood also practiced at 10 Onslow Square, Brompton,
Neville Wood’s Obituary is in the English mechanic and world of science, Volume 50 in 1890,
Neville Wood translated Carl Georg Christian Hartlaub‘s The Child’s Homeopathic Physician into English, and he wrote A Brief View of Homeopathy, What is Homeopathy, Easy Domestic Homeopathy, and he submitted many cases and articles to various homeopathic publications,