NATURALLY TRAINED, NATURALLY FOCUSED AND NATURALLY NATURE'S PRACTITIONERS.
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.
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).
Prerequisite course for non-medical practitioner:
Basic review of anatomy, physiology, and Biochemistry
Review of Anatomy & Physiology.
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NT 1. I-Principle and Practice of Natural Medicine
In this course we will discuss we will be discussing the impact of nutrition, dietary assaults, dysbiosis, allergic stressors, impaired detoxification, neuroendocrine imbalances, heavy detoxification on the vicious cycle of chronic ill health and the epidemic of diseases that are preventable.
NT 2. Orthomolecular Nutrition- Vitamins
Orthomolecular Nutrition and comprehensive overview of Nutrition that combines insights of the East with the West's science. 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.
NT-3. Orthomolecular Nutrition- Minerals
In this lesson we will be discussing why minerals as the spark of life an how and when to incorporate minerals in a program for balancing and optimizing health.
NT 4. Orthomolecular Nutrition- Enzymes
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. This course will learn how to explore how toxicity is a contributing factor to many of our modern health challenges and how to support organs by detoxification.
NT 5.- Naturotherapy Health Interview
In this session, you will learn how to; In this section you will learn how to interview your complete functional health assessment of the body- systems to achieve mineral balance. achieve a detoxification health assessment, documentation, and interpretation of functional evaluation, and formulate a wellness program based on the client's needs.
NT 6 Naturotherapy Assessment Techniques
High-quality direct observation and interviewing are significant implications for learning. From a formative perspective, learners observation support the development of their health coaching skills and is a valuable tool for assessing clients progress
NT 7. Nutrition Lab report Interpretations
In this course, the student with excellent resources on both conventional and alternative scopes of laboratory chemistries. The course content focuses on assessing nutritional status and trends towards health challenges through standard lab test interpretatio
NT 8 Mineral Medicine-Balancing-Oligo Elements
NT 9 Introduction to Eclectic Medicine
NT 10 Eclectic Medicine Protocols
NT 11 Biological Remedies-Therapy
Biologic Therapy, as it is known today, is the administration of preparations made from living organisms including bacteria, fungi, and yeast of the plant kingdom. However, as different from allopathy, the alternative approaches follow the Hippocratic rule - do no harm. The products, therefore, are therapeutic when properly used, but relatively harmless if used inappropriately or inadvertently.
The products today in use are either well known do indigenous cultures as common food items, as in lactobacillus cultures and miso; or are scientifically researched, tested, and administered, and thus, as a broad group, they fulfill the axiom of nature cure.
In this course we will discuss how to how to use various biological products to stimulate the immune system and to maintain health. , to maintain health select the ideas that led to their discovery and use date back to
NT 12.Detoxification Techniques
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.
NT 13.In office functional lab test
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
NT 14. Manual Techniques:
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, spinal techniques, poultices and aroma-therapeutics.
Tuition fee: $600.00(per subject)
Clinical: 20 case studies
Thesis: two thousand words thesis
Course delivery format: Web based mentoring with independent research and case studies
Qualification: Upon completion a diploma in Naturotherapy will be awarded.
Eligible for: Registered Naturotherapy Practitioner(RNP) with the Board of Natural Medicine Doctors and Practitioners(BNMDP)- North America and the Natural Medicine Certification Council(NMCC)