This course focuses on the study of the underlying causes of Fibromyalgia alongside the natural methods available in treating it. Students undergoing the Doctor of Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine degree will take this as a compulsory course.
This course aims to instill a naturopathic lens among students when examining and treating autoimmune diseases within patients. Through these naturopathic approaches, it can discourage the immune system from harming itself.
Nature is rich in naturally-occuring antibiotics produced by many plants within the plant kingdom that have no adverse sideeffects on the human body as compared to synthetic antibiotics.
This course teaches students about the naturopathic treatments available in flushing out gallstones and toxic bile from the gallbladder after having been practiced for decades with excellent success rates. The lessons will adequately show learners how to prepare and conduct the gallbladder flush so that future practicing naturopaths may be able to implement this procedure among their own patients.
This course offers students the opportunity to study a new and unique science, Naturopathic Sexology which focuses on the use of holistic approaches in the treatment of sexual dysfunctions such as erectile problems, premature ejaculation, sexual desire disorder in both gender, vaginismus and orgasmic dysfunctions.
This course tours students through the study of osteopathy, a holistic and whole-body approach to healthcare. These approaches include manual techniques that balance all the body systems. This can range from stretching and gentle pressure to resistance, known as osteopathic medicine.
This course includes the necessary knowledge for aspiring naturopathy practitioners or scholars interested in studying basic principles and natural & alternative therapies. Naturopathy itself is based on the study and practice of the human body’s innate capacity of healing itself and how it can be encouraged further through natural means.
This course covers specific naturopathic protocols used in the treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) & Celiac Disease.
This course focuses on the study of endocrinology including all endocrine disorders commonly encountered by most practicing naturopaths in clinical situations. This class aims to imbue within students a naturopathic way of understanding, diagnosing, treating, and preventing endocrine-related illnesses.
Naturopathy has a long and rich history in Europe, specifically in Germany. The roots of naturopathy run deep and have been extensively used extensively throughout the centuries before modern medicine.
This course serves as a way to further the knowledge of naturopathic practitioners by expanding their repertoire of treatment protocols. It primarily centers itself on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of patients via their nutritional changes which are linked to chronic conditions.
This course focuses on the gut-brain connection and neurofeedback. Specifically, it observes the connection between intestinal and psychological distress and how reducing anxiety and depression symptoms can lead to improved gut health.
This course focuses on the study of naturopathic practices that can help impede, mitigate, eliminate, and or prevent the excessive rise of cholesterol within the body caused by unhealthy lifestyle choices.
This course primarily centers itself on the study of Diabetes which includes its demographics, its symptoms, risk factors, and diagnoses including its treatments such as modern medicine and alternative medicine.
This course focuses on the study of nutrition through a naturopathic lens wherein students learn to incorporate a traditional and natural approach to nutritional therapy. This includes but is not limited to— food selection, preparation, and how food and the nutrients they contain can directly affect health in terms of speeding up the healing process.