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Physics and Energy Medicine: Fourteen weeks course incorporating essentials of physics and energy medicine for the acupuncture students. Yo-San University of Oriental Medicine.
Anatomy and Physiology I: Fifteen weeks course on aspects of Anatomy and Physiology. American University of Complementary Medicine.
Mind-Body Healing Techniques: Fifteen weeks course on different aspects of mind-body medicine. Theoretical knowledge, as well as practical tools are taught to the students. American University of Complementary Medicine.
Comparative Nutrition: Fifteen weeks course on different nutritional systems of the world, such as Ayurvedic, Macrobiotic, Chinese, Blood Type and many others with comparative analysis of them. American University of Complementary Medicine.
Intro to Non-Invasive Holistic Diagnostic Techniques: Different diagnostic techniques, employed by alternative medicine practitioners and traditional healers around the world. Course includes meridian diagnosis, iridology, dowsing and many other useful diagnostic tools. American University of Complementary Medicine.
Intro to Western Herbology: Fifteen weeks course on Western herbs (with the accent on Russian herbal medicine) and their application to treatment of different conditions. American University of Complementary Medicine.
Acupressure: Fifty hours course on acupressure technique and its application in treatment of different ailments. Institute of Professional Practical Therapy.
Chinese Medicine 2: Continuing course of Oriental Medicine theory and diagnosis. Shiatsu School of Massage.
Chinese Medicine 3: Advanced course on Oriental Medicine theory and diagnosis. Shiatsu School of Massage
Practical Radioesthesia: 8 week course in using dowsing rods and pendulums for finding geopathic stress zones in the environment, water, missing objects and selecting food ingredients/herbs on the individual basis as it is used in many cultures.
Basic Nutrition: Eleven weeks class. A study of basic principles of Nutritional Science including the classic nutritional deficiencies and the roles of nutritional components in the various stages of the life cycle. Additional topics include applications to community nutrition and health care. The functions of specific nutrients including their sources from dietary elements are presented. Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine.
Clinical Nutrition: Eleven weeks class. This course present applications of Western Clinical Nutrition for the practicing acupuncturist, including diet modification and nutritional supplementation programs for nutritional supplementation and treatment of the major diseases. Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine.