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This course will open up the world to nutritional microscopy so that you can analyze your patient’s blood to determine nutritional deficiencies, the status of the immune system and more.
The course has been carefully structured to include all the historical elements of Professor Enderlein, as well as the more acceptable scientific aspects of microbiology that have been researched by mainstream scientists.
There are many images and videos of living blood, as well as new concepts never before published such as 'Time Lapse Decay' and Zeta Potentials.
This course covers specific natural clinical protocols used in treating the following conditions:
There are a variety of important issues and protocols discussed which include:
The course covers some of the latest research on these topics and includes full references and bibliography, with links to PubMed abstracts and full articles
Often sexual issues come up with clients and the Holistic practitioner should be in a position to handle the most basic of these such as erectile problems, premature ejaculation, sexual desire disorder in both gender, vaginismus and orgasmic dysfunction. This Naturopathic Sexology online course is truly unique and never before taught as the author Dr. Georgiou has coined the term ‘Naturopathic Sexology’ as a unique science. As a practicing Clinical Sexologist, Clinical Psychologist and a Doctor of Science in Alternative Medicine he combines these modalities to provide a powerful tool in the diagnosis and treatment of sexual dysfunctions using a Holistic Approach.
The course comes with a full set of videos demonstrating the full use of the PROFESSIONAL and PHARMA, as well as learning how to programme the DEVITA AP and DEVITA RITM.
The full course is taught by Dr George Georgiou, Ph.D.,D.Sc (AM).,N.D., a certified Bioresonance practitioner and trainer, will take you through VRT bioresonance testing, as well as how to use the PROFESSIONAL for diagnosing the pathogenesis of disease, as well as using the various forms of therapy including Bioresonance, Quantum light, Electromagnetic therapy, Electroacupuncture and a combination of these in what is known as Complex Therapy.
All these diagnostic and therapeutic modalities are clearly explained and demonstrated on video.
The course also includes all the downloadable manuals for the PROFESSIONAL and PHARMA, as well as many other useful downloads explaining the whole gamut of Bioresonance diagnostics and therapy.
This is a comprehensive course in Clincal or Orthomolecular Nutrition that lays down the theoretical groundwork that the practitioner will build in the Part 2 course. This covers the basic reasons for eating healthy diets as opposed to refined ones, the various nutrients required by the body to function optimally, weight management, physical fitness and nutrition, pregnancy, old age, safety of foods, food pyramids and lots more.
This is a specialized course in Energy Medicine and Bioresonance covering a wide array of topics and research relating to the Energetic Anatomy of Man. It also covers the topics of Bioresonance in depth, including Bioresonance Diagnostics and Therapy, with a focus on the innovative Russian bioresonance devices invented by Dr Konoblov of the Deta Elis company.
This Bach Flower Remedies Diploma course will provide you with all the knowledge you require to become competent Bach Flower therapists and help many of your patients on an emotional, psychological and spiritual plane. You will be amazed at the power of all these remedies. There are 3 books provided as part of the reading material and material can be accessed both online and offline and stored on your hard disc for studying while traveling.
This course has the objective of bringing the basic concepts and skills needed to begin to integrate energy psychology interventions to help people with basic psychological problems. It will provide a variety of techniques and procedures that can bring about remarkably rapid changes in the way people feel and behave in the world today.
Welcome to this course on meditation which is designed to prepare the student to use meditation as a self-therapy and be able to conduct classes and lead groups in meditation therapy. The course takes the student on a journey through both Eastern and Western meditation techniques, from Chakra balancing to Walking the Labyrinth. The course provides a firm foundation in meditation that may be used as the basis for further reading and self-development. To meditate is to achieve a state of cessation of conscious thought processes. It is a state of consciousness in which the mind is free of random and scattered thoughts and intrusive patterns. Meditation used as therapy is a type of mind-body medicine.
This course will teach all that is required to interpret the results from blood, urine and saliva using pH, resistivity and redox measures. This clinical tool is crucial for the identification of nutritional and metabolic imbalances and the etiology of disease. Through the precise monitoring of the body's Biological Terrain through assessing urine, saliva and blood, valuable information may be obtained that may help individuals address underlying imbalances that may be contributing to cellular stress and lack of vitality. With this valuable information, proper nutrition, stress management and detoxification of specific toxins and poisons may be implemented. These measures, in turn, may help re-establish and support healthy cellular functioning.
This is a course that takes Iridology further into the study and interpretation of the sclera (the white of the eyes) and how this is translated into the related pathology of the patient. Sclerology is the study of the red lines in the white of the eyes and how they relate to stress-patterns in a person's health. Once you learn to interpret these lines, you will hold the key to understanding how the body is struggling or adapting to maintain balance; and thus know how to apply natural therapies to prevent problems from occurring or help the body correct problems already occurring. The course contains instructional videotapes along with substantial reading material.
Medical laboratory scientists are trained to work in clinical chemistry, hematology, immunohematology, immunology and microbiology, with various sub-specialties in each of these major areas.
This module is designed to provide a working knowledge and certain technical skills necessary to qualify identify and interpret findings from professional medical laboratory scientists.
The Pathology for Natural Medicine course is designed to enable students and practitioners of Holistic Medicine to understand the basic principles by which orthodox medicine operates.
It is important to denote that this course has been designed with the Holistic Medicine practitioner in mind and is not a general pathology course that one would encounter in a medical school curriculum.
There is a wealth of information to confidently know enough pathology to make differential diagnoses and practice safely.
This is a comprehensive and detailed course that will take you step-by-step through all the different anatomical and physiological systems of the body. The lessons maintain a superb balance between structure and function, while emphasising the correlations between normal physiology and pathophysiology, normal anatomy and pathology, and homeostasis and homeostatic imbalances.
Toxicology is a discipline, overlapping with biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and medicine, that involves the study of the adverse effects of chemical substances on living organisms and the practice of diagnosing and treating exposures to toxins and toxicants.
This course covers many aspects of toxicology including air and water pollution, sources of internal and external toxins and their effect on humans, including children, radiation and electromagnetic fields and a lot more.
The term, Emunctorology comes from the Latin emungere = to wipe clean (mungere = to wipe). emunctory relates to a body organ having an excretory function. It follows, that emunctorology is the science of the excretory functions of the body.
The emunctories are described as organs of elimination that support the process of detoxification. There are 5 major emunctories:
The science of detoxification, Emunctorology, teaches us the language to understand and manage this process of detoxification.
This course covers the different approaches to detoxification, different naturopathic detoxification protocols, the role of nutrients in detoxification, heavy metal detoxification, liver and gallbladder detoxification, parasite detoxification, detoxification for mind and Spirit and much more.
Molecular biology is the study of biology at the molecular level. The field overlaps with other areas of biology and chemistry, particularly genetics and biochemistry. ...Molecular and cellular biology are interrelated, since most of the properties and functions of a cell can be described at the molecular level.
This course consists of 21 videos covering a large portion of the topic including the structure and function of the cell, nucleus and endomembrane system, peptide bonds, from DNA to protein, DNA structure and replication, mitosis, meiosis, cellular respiration, glycolysis and ATP and more.
Biochemistry is the study of the chemical substances and vital processes occurring in living organisms. ... The study of the chemistry behind biological processes and the synthesis of biologically active molecules are examples of biochemistry.
This course consists of 20 videos covering a large array of topics including amino acids, protein structure, enzymes, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, DNA replication and more.
Clinical nutrition is nutrition of patients in health care. Clinical in this sense refers to the management of patients, including not only outpatients at clinics, but also inpatients in hospitals.
This course is quite comprehensive and covers topics such as fats, heart health, improving memory, protein and sugar controversy, phytochemical revolution, natural antibiotics and much more.
This course comprises of 16 lessons that all have a compulsory timed assignment at the end of them. The scores for these assignments will appear in your grade books and will count towards your final mark. There is only one attempt at the assignments so please make certain you have revised the text for each lesson well.
The Final Exams should be taken when all the lessons have been completed - this is also a timed exam taken online and consists of 45 questions, all of which have been taken from the assignments. We wish you well in your studies.
Naturopathic medicine is a system of primary healthcare that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine. It emphasizes the use of natural modalities — such as nutrition, lifestyle counseling and botanical medicine — to promote wellness and treat illness.
This course lays down the theory of Naturopathy and examines its history and its significance in the world of healing. The student will learn in detail naturopathic protocols for detoxifying different organ systems, the use of herbs, homeopathics, nutritional supplements and other healing modalities as well as treating specific disease processes.
Pharmacology is the study of substances that interact with living systems through chemical processes, especially by binding to regulatory molecules and activating or inhibiting normal body processes.
This course consists of 16 interesting videos that covers the gamut of pharmacology from pharmacokinetics, cholinergic drugs, neuron action potential, anticholinergic and neuromuscular blocking agents, Adrenergic Receptors and Agonists and more.
It also covers some of the major drugs used and their actions on the body.
This is a solid grounding in homeopathy with many useful gems for ‘short-cutting’ the process – includes classical and complex approaches, as well as homotoxicology.
The complete course consists of 14 Lessons with over 900 pages of reading material all downloadable .pdf files that can be stored on your hard drive and reviewed even on your travels.
Also included are videos of documentaries and lectures on various aspects of homeopathy.
This course is designed for the practitioner who wants to understand Western Herbal Medicine.
You will learn the basic theory, pharmacognosy, therapeutic constituents in herbs, preparation of herbal formulas, prescribing and dosages, curative herbs for many diseases.
In addition, you will be able to share in tried and tested formulas that have been used successfully in clinical practice over many years.
There are many downloadable files and videos to facilitate the learning process, including a series of old botanical medicine books that are over 100 years old - very fascinating!
This course on the Naturopathic Treatments of Diabetes takes the student through the demographics of diabetes, the different types of diabetes, the symptoms, the risk factors, the medical diagnosis and treatments and the naturopathic treatments too.
The various causes are discussed which range from food triggers, food intolerances, environmental toxins or diabetogens, the milk and gluten connection, inflammation and the inflammatory molecule LTB4, insulin resistance and how this develops, the role of unhealthy fats in diabetes and the role of GLUT4 glucose transporters and the role to fatty acids.
Naturopathic treatments involve the ketogenic diet, the use of supplements, herbs and homeopathics for diabetes as well as natural foods.
This course focuses on communication skills, eliciting the patient’s history, performing a physical exam, and communicating their findings to healthcare professionals through oral presentations and written notes.
In this course, students will learn and practice the foundations of patient-physician communication skills, including initiating the session, building the relationship, exploration of problems, understanding the patient agenda and structuring the consultation.
Students will also learn the first steps of eliciting the patient’s story in a patient-centered manner and the initial components of a physical exam.
In addition, students will begin to develop their skills documenting their findings in a patient note.
(2 credits: 30 hrs.)
The word psychology derives from Greek roots meaning study of the psyche, or soul (ψυχή psychē, "breath, spirit, soul") and -λογία -logia, ("study of" or "research").
The field of Psychology involves the scientific study of the mind and behavior. Psychology is a multifaceted discipline and includes many sub-fields of study such areas as human development, sports, health, clinical, social behavior and cognitive processes.
This course includes 41 videos that cover a large array of topics such as sensation and perception, consciousness, sleep, dreaming and altered states, remembering and forgetting, cognition, language, motivation and much more.
This is a very clinically relevant tool that will allow the practitioner to correctly analyse and interpret hair samples from their patients to determine mineral levels and deficiencies, heavy metal status, how to implement natural heavy metal chelation programmes and monitor their progress using HTMA, how to understand the ratios between elements and their significance to health.
This is really a critically important course for the Holistic practitioner who wants to use orthomolecular nutrition optimally to help their patients.
(10 US Credits)
This is the fascinating study of the Korean SU JOK THERAPY - the art and science of working on the correspondence points of the hands and the feet to heal the body.
Su in Korean stands for "Hand" and Jok for "Foot" - there is no better known natural therapy that is so effective at treating all pain conditions, as well as many other conditions with often amazing results.
Learn how to identify and stimulate the painful correspondence points using different stimulators, and see how quickly symptoms respond, including pain conditions.
This is an art that all health practitioners should have in their toolbox as it is a beautifully simple approach to powerful healing!
(8 US credits)
Often sexual issues come up with clients and the Holistic practitioner should be in a position to handle the most basic of these such as erectile problems, premature ejaculation, sexual desire disorders in both sexes, vaginismus and orgasmic dysfunction.
This course is truly unique and never before taught as the author Dr. Georgiou has coined the term 'Naturopathic Sexology' as a unique science providing a powerful tool in the diagnosis and treatment of sexual dysfunctions using a Holistic Approach.
(8 US Credits)
Nutritional genomics, or nutrigenomics, is the study of how foods affect our genes and how individual genetic differences can affect the way we respond to nutrients (and other naturally occurring compounds) in the foods we eat.
Nutrigenomics has received much attention recently because of its potential for preventing, mitigating, or treating chronic disease, and certain cancers, through small but highly informative dietary changes.
The conceptual basis for this new branch of genomic research can best be summarized by the following five tenets of nutrigenomics:
This course will allow the student to learn the art of Nutrigenomics, what are Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs), how to measure them, and how to go about interpreting the results for your clients.
This course does not only focus on the theory, but is a very pragmatic course that will take the health practitioner step-by-step through all that is required to take a sample of saliva, receive the results, and use specialized software for interpreting the SNPs, as well as using nutritional knowledge to design bespoke diets, including the required food supplements for your clients.
(10 US Credits)
There are 6 video lessons in this Clinical Orthopaedic and Manual Osteopathic – Part 1 Course with 10 assignment questions after each lesson, and a final exam online that is timed with 30 questions.
One of the requirements for the Masters in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine is to write a Masters thesis of 150 pages minimum.
The purpose of the Master's thesis is to prepare the student to be a professional in the discipline. Through this preparation the student learns and demonstrates the ability to conduct independent, original, and significant research.
The Naturopathic course is part of the Doctor of Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine degree course.
Naturopathic health practitioners trained in integrative cancer care play an important role in the support of people diagnosed with cancer through survivor-ship.
They provide evidence-informed guidance on safe and effective use of natural and supportive therapies when combined with conventional treatment.
Combining naturopathic and conventional medicine, supports the pursuit of best possible outcomes for patients.
Goals are to improve quality of life, manage side effects, help speed recovery, prevent recurrence, and provide education for a healthy lifestyle.
This Naturopathic Oncology - Part 1 course consists of 14 lessons.
These guidelines are to help you structure and complete your Doctoral Dissertation which is a requirement for completing the Doctor of Science in Holistic Medicine.
These courses are for the Doctor of Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine, First Year, Second Trimester