NATURALLY TRAINED, NATURALLY FOCUSED AND NATURALLY NATURE'S PRACTITIONERS.
Traditional Nature’s Medicine
Traditional Nature’s Medicine is a distinct system of non-invasive health care and health assessment in which neither surgery nor drugs are used, dependence being placed only on education, counselling, natural medicine modalities and natural substances. This includes, without limitation, the use of foods, food extracts, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, digestive aids, botanical substances, topical natural substances, homeopathic preparations, air, water, heat, cold, sound, light, the physical modalities of natural non-manipulative bodywork and exercise to help stimulate and maintain the individual's intrinsic self-healing processes.
Pre-requisite: High school diploma including biology and English at the grade 12 level or mature student (three to five years post high school experience)
Upon Completion of this program you will receive a diploma in traditional natural medicine from the Canadian College of Humanitarian Medicine and a B.Sc., Academe De Saint Paul in accordance with European educational standards.
This program qualifies the holder to apply for the designation of RNP (Registered Naturotherapy Practitioner) from the Board of Natural Medicine Doctors and Practitioners-North America (BNMDP-NA) and the Natural Medicine Certification Council (NMCC).
Pre-requisite refresher course (non-medical practitioner)
Anatomy & Physiology and college level Bio-chemistry
Module 1- Part I
- Nutritional Biochemistry
- Intro-manual techniques.
- Introduction to herbal medicine
- Basic Eclectic Medicines
- Manual Therapy Techniques
- Therapeutic Nutrition
- Physical Assessment techniques
- Oligo therapeutics
- Herbal therapy part 2
- Detoxification Techniques
- Wellness Coaching
- Functional assessment techniques
- Lab Medicine
- Business management
Tuition fee of each subject will be discussed with mentor.
Cost of books, equipment, uniform & supplies are additional.
Review of Anatomy & Physiology
Pre-requisite refresher course (non-medical practitioner)
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IOMN 1-Fundamentals of Nutrition
A holistic and comprehensive overview of nutrition that combines insights of the East with the science of the West. The ecology, biochemistry, physiology and pharmacology of nutrition. Food and consciousness. What each vitamin and mineral is, what it does in the body and symptoms of deficiency. How internal and external factors affect the body's absorption of these nutrients. Suggestions for food sources and optimal supplementation.
Recent studies have shown a tight linkage between living organisms and chemical elements on this planet. This led to the redefinition elements (commonly known as dietary minerals to nutritional minerals) are the chemical elements required by all living organisms, other than the four elements carbon, hydrogen nitrogen and oxygen. The substances referred to as minerals are really chemical elements.
In this course you will learn the essential role of micro-organisms play in the ecological food chain and how using element as micro dose is most effective.
Nutritional herbs can provide safe natural remedies for numerous common ailments and well as nutritional needs.
In this course you will learn 75 herbal remedies. Compounding herbal preparations in the form of tinctures and teas will be discussed.
Book: Reference: Duke’s Essential Herbs.
PHYSICAL/MANUAL Natural Medicine Techniques: Manipulation of: soft tissues, joints and bones, including, but not limited to therapeutic exercise, Eastern and western manual techniques,; laser therapy, micro-current therapy, ultrasound therapy, acupressure, cupping therapy, hydrotherapy, electrotherapies, and ultrasound, touch therapy, aromatherapeutic( credit awarded for courses taken elsewhere).
Aroma-therapeutics 4 lessons
The term aromatherapy is a branch of herbal medicine in which oil extracted from aromatic plants are used for their medicinal properties. It is coined from two words “Aroma” meaning pleasant scent and “therapy” meaning a treatment that aim to cure a physical or mental state. Aroma therapeutic “Aroma” pleasant scents and “Therapeutics” “The application of Remedies to treat an illness” Therefore it literally means treatment and application using scents. Although some of these aroma-therapeutic substances can also be used in their pure state internally. The scents involved in aroma-therapeutic substances are not perfume but pure essential oils of plants valued for their therapeutic properties. Treatment involves applying the oils to the body to improve physical, mental and emotional health.
Some essential oils are most effective when taken internally but suggestion for internal therapy will not be discussed in this manual. After experiencing and acquiring a basic understanding of the subject you may want to explore the vast therapeutic effects of combined use of internal and external therapies.
In this course you will learn aroma- therapeutic protocols for various conditions
Spinal Hydrotherapy/Fascial technique:
Intelligent and knowledgeable Observers from the Past
From the dawn of recorded history, various manual techniques have been used for the treatment of disease. The Babylonians, the Egyptians, the Greeks, and the Romans all used various treatment baths. In Sparta, hydrotherapy became compulsory; a law was passed requiring every citizen to take cold baths frequently. Generally, baths used for treatments were either heating baths or cooling baths. Perhaps the Romans developed the bath as a therapeutic measure to a greater degree than any other people of antiquity. It has been stated that the practice of medicine in Rome was actually confined to the public baths for more than 500 years. In this course we will cover various hydrotherapy techniques, massage and spinal massage with aroma therapeutics.
2 lessons: 20 hours
Functional medicine is a field of medicine that looks towards the body's self-healing and self-adapting functions. Functional assessment and resultant therapies are to improve physiological, emotional, and adaptive functions. In this context, function is the "special action and physiological function proper to a person." Functional medicine is actually a modern version of naturopathy.
In this course you will learn the Seven important factors of functional medicine
ECLECTIC MEDICINE CERTIFICATION
10 lessons: 60 hours
This is a branch of Natural Medicine which makes use of the best non-patented or manufactured remedies and techniques. The term was coined by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1784 to 1841), a physician living among the Native Americans, and observing their use of medicinal plants and natural techniques. He coined the word "eclectic" to refer to those physicians who adopted in practice whatever was found to be beneficial to their patients. The Eclectics were doctors with a philosophy in "alignment with nature," learning from and using concepts from other schools, and opposing the practices of bleeding, purging and use of mercurial common among the "regular" doctors of that time.
With increasing high cost and control of manufactured natural remedies successful eclectic remedies techniques is most relevant for the survival of your practice.
Learn effective none, invasive inexpensive techniques and remedies that will bring phenomenal growth to your practice and immediate result to your patient’s wellbeing without draining their financial resources
Curriculum: 3 weekends, certificate of completion for each section and diploma in eclectic’s medicine is awarded for all 3 sections.
- Assessment & Eclectic Diagnosis (Eclectic Modue1
- In office Lab Medicine (Eclectics Module II)
- In office compounding &dispensary (Eclectics Module III)
4 lessons 60 hours
The use of diet, vitamins, minerals, herbs and other supplements to help the body correct disease conditions. Causes and possible treatments for over 70 health problems.
COMPLETE FUNCTIONAL PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT
4 lessons; 20 hours
Learning proper client centered assessment techniques and interpretation is the foundation of the complete functional (Eclectics) medicine assessments. In this course you will learn how to complete a comprehensive clinical assessment using the four primary techniques: Client Interrogation, Inspection, Palpitation, Percussion Auscultation, documentation of clinical findings interpretation of findings and treatment plan.
This certificate course can be applied towards the Homeopathy diploma, eclectic diploma or integrative medicine diploma courses.
(Eclectics Medicine #1)
HOMEOPATHIC TONGUE DIAGNOSIS Part I & Part II
6 lessons; 30 hours
One of the first places that information can be obtained about the general health of the body is the tongue. Signs of imbalances in other body organs or tissues for example the skin, hair nails can only be detected after weeks or even months of imbalances, but with tongue diagnosis the imbalances can be detected in as little as twenty-four hours. Tongue diagnosis is fast, accurate, safe non-invasive and easy to learn.
After detecting and interpretation tongue of mineral shifts in the cells and the tissues, homeopathic biochemical minerals are administered to re-established balance in the cells and restore health. Learn this simple yet powerful diagnostic and mineral balancing technique.
4 lessons 40 hours
Herbs for health have been held as the foundation for healthy societies for thousands of years. Today more than ever we depend on them for purifying our bodies and fortifying the defence system.
In this course, we will use commonly available herbs for their healing powers, detoxification and nutritional value. Twenty herbal tinctures protocols will be discussed.
4 lessons 60 hours
Over the last two centuries industrialization has radically altered this planet and in so doing has also reduced our body’s ability to deal with toxic exposure. Human bodies are not designed to manage the magnitude of industrial toxicity. In this course we will explore how toxicity is a contribution factor to many of our modern health challenges and how to support organs of detoxification.
Text: Compiled manual by Dr. Sheila McKenzie, RDH, PhD, IMD, IOMP
4 lessons 40 hours
Coaching bridges, the gap between your wellness specialties and operating a successful health coaching practice. This intensive 1-on-1 mentoring course will show you how to establish pricing, write programs, run corporate programs, increase client compliance and improve your bottom line! You will also learn how to write your business and marketing plan giving you a definite foundation for success.
Notes: Compiled manual by Dr. Sheila McKenzie, RDH, PhD, IMD, IOMP
Hair mineral interpretation
Hair Mineral Analysis Interpretation and Mineral Balancing
Each day many individuals worldwide take nutritional supplements, on the advice of their health care professionals without knowing their needs for nutritional supplementation or if they are working.
In this course you will:
• Gain the skills necessary to detect sub-clinical mineral imbalances
• Assessing mineral imbalance and heavy metal toxicity by interpreting THMA
• You will gain fundamental understanding of minerals as the core nutrients for optimal biochemical function.
• Indirect detection of non-invasive cholesterol levels.
• You will receive appropriate clinical protocol for prescribing mineral medicines.
Zinc Challenge Test-measure of the zinc tissue levels
Saliva Challenge Test-Measures alkaline buffer response
Required text: Manual will be suggested by instructor
6 lessons: 40 hours
In office functional lab test
4 lessons: 30 hours
Learn how to improve your skills in assessing functional indicators and implementing treatment plans. In this workshop you will learn how to establish and inexpensive in office laboratory and to perform and interpret the following tests.
¨ Zinc Challenge Test –measure of the zinc tissue levels
¨ Saliva mineral Challenge Test –measures alkaline buffer response
¨ Urinary Chemstrip Test;-dip and test for specific gravity, pH, leukocytes, nitrites, protein, glucose, Ketenes, urobilinogen, bilirubin & blood in urine
¨ Sulkowitch Urinary Calcium Test – helps determine calcium levels in diet
- Brix glucose index test- determine the exact level of¨ glucose in the system and pancreatic burden
¨ Saline index test - Helps determine burden of sodium on the cardiovascular system and indirectly cholesterol Build up adrenal challenge
¨ Urea and Ammonia indices- Helps determine liver toxic burden
¨ Indican- Malabsorption test – Detects Bowel toxicity and bowel wall permeability
¨ Medical blood test Orthomolecular nutrition interpretation
¨ Cellular debris test-determine speed of aging and need for anti-oxidants
Thesis: Journey paper.
Starting your own health business is exciting and challenging. Suggestion will be offered based on instructor’s knowledge in the healthcare industry for over thirty-five years.
Book: Business for Dummies is suggested.
Clinical: 60 clients case load
Fee: $800.00 Per Subject
Graduation Fee: 800.00
Board Certification fee: $1, 000.00