Iridology Courses

Iridology Eyes are the windows to the state of human body – this is the prime argument behind the development of iridology. The first mention of iridology was in the work Chiromatica Medica, published in 1665 by Philip Meyen von Coburg. This alternative medicine practice works by observing the colors, patterns, and characteristics of the…

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Osteopathy Courses

Osteopathy Physician Andrew Taylor Still was the founder of osteopathy. Foundation of osteopathy was the result of disillusionment with conventional medical practices on the part of Andrew Taylor during the American Civil War in the 1880s. He was an army surgeon and he lost most of his family to deadly diseases. The foundation for the…

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Kinesiology Courses

Kinesiology There is no one definition of kinesiology. It is rather an umbrella term comprising the study of biomechanics, motor learning, physiology, and anatomy to observe the movements of the human body. The kinesiology course of study is essentially used in sports and recreation activities to rehabilitate, prevent, manage, and enhance the human body movements….

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Chiropractic Courses

Chiropractic The chiropractic system of treatment was developed by D.D Palmer and B.J Palmer in the 1890s. Chiropractic treatments are more popular in Australia, Canada, and United States. Chiropractic is the alternative medicine treatment for the human musculoskeletal system. In this, the therapist diagnoses and treats any spinal disorder specially. The treatment is developed on…

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Hypnotherapy Courses

Hypnotherapy The word ‘hypnotherapy’ owes its derivation from James Braid’s term ‘neurohypnotism’, which means “sleep of the nervous system”. In this therapy, the patient is subjugated to hypnotic trance and if, during the process, the patient does not display susceptibility to the suggestions by the therapist, there is no point in hypnotizing the person. Hypnotherapy…

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Reiki Healing Courses

Reiki Healing Reiki was developed by Japanese Buddhist Mikao Usui in the year 1922. It’s a spiritual practice that compliments alternative medicine. This works on the premise of transference of healing energy or power from one person to another. Some medical professionals also refer to this as ‘oriental medicine’ solely. Currently, there are two branches…

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Electro Homoeopathy Courses

Electro Homoeopathy Electro homoeopathy is the science of treating health problems though the use of herbal medicines. This science believes that impurities or toxins are the prime reason for serious health problems. Therefore, what the herbs do is purify the blood from all toxins and reinstate the natural balance of body. In other herbs, it…

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Magneto Therapy Courses

Magneto Therapy Magneto therapy is a pseudo-scientific healing therapy which depends on the utilization of static magnetic fields for health benefit. In the recent years, magneto therapy has tuned to be hugely popular due to its advantages: – No surgery involved – No side effects – No intake of medicine – No pain / suffering…

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Bach Flower Remedy Courses

Bach Flower Remedies Noted conventional English physician and homeopath, Dr. Edward Bach, developed the Bach Flower remedies during the 1930s. His concept was based on the fact that a person’s health or ill health is a result of the emotional and spiritual state of mind. If the emotional and spiritual state was corrected or balanced,…

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Massage Therapy Courses

Massage Therapy Massage therapy is the process of applying pressure to the soft tissues or the superficial layers of muscles in the body for relaxation and promoting well being. Existing since the ancient times,massage therapies these days are hugely popular worldwide. Both manual and mechanical aids are used for massage and the target tissues includes…

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Acupressure Courses

Acupressure A blend of ‘acupuncture’ and ‘pressure’ – acupressure works as a complimentary healing technique in which pressure is applied to particular points with the held of human hand or elbow, and other modern devices. Though scientific thinking refutes the healing capacity of acupressure as they profess disbelief in the existence of ‘meridians’, still acupressure…

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Acupuncture Courses

Acupuncture In short, acupuncture is the process of inserting sterilized needles into various pre-designated parts of the body for natural treatment of health problems. No drugs or surgeries are used. Acupuncture is related to Traditional Chinese Medicine practices. In ancient times, the medical practitioners identified and marked acupuncture ‘pints’ in the whole human body. Manipulating…

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Courses

Traditional Chinese Medicine The origination of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is unclear. Traditional Chinese medicine practice is completely distinct and unique from western medicinal practices. Traditional Chinese medicine works towards maintaining the prospect of complete harmony between human body and the universe. Chinese medicine practitioners follow a philosophical concept of human body. In their perception,…

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Yoga Therapy Courses

Yoga Therapy Health care treatment that combines the age old concepts with modern medical knowledge and psychological understanding of how the human mind works is known as ‘yoga therapy’. Yoga therapy cures human indisposition and creates perfect balance between the mind and the body. Generally, the therapy uses six steps to attain overall well being….

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Herbal Medicine Courses

Herbal Medicine The use of herbal medicines has been in existence since the ancient eras. Ancient civilizations like the Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Harappan, Indus valley, and Chinese civilizations have given us evidence of the use of herbal medicines for health cure and treatment. One cannot pin point the exact time and year when the practice started…

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Naturopathy Courses

Naturopathy The term “Naturopathy” owes its existence to 19th century Nature Cure Movement that began in Europe. John Scheel coined the term in 1895 and was popularized by Benedict Lust – considered to be the “father of US Naturaopathy”, when the holistic treatment method was revived during the 1960s in US and Canada. Some other…

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