Phase I: Practitioner of Natural Medicine
Science calls cells "the building blocks of life". To begin to understand disease, we first must understand "health," and the roots and foundations of this, is to understand "cell health." For a thorough understanding of cell health, entails the study of essential chemistry, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, and toxicology.

Phase II: Doctor of Natural Medicine
Equally, to understand disease, also called pathology, is to understand and study cell biology. Upon that foundation, you climb the stairway to biochemistry, embryology, pathoanatomy, pathology, and then clinical medicine. Signs and Symptoms are the footprints that lead you to diagnose 'disease,' which is then confirmed by radiology and laboratory.

For these reasons, we suggest students, no matter what station in life, practitioner or doctor, to start with Phase I (PNM) courses as a refresher and upgrade, and the Phase II, as a definitive matter for a whole new school of medicine as advocated by this University.
Electrodermal Screening (EDS) offers the most cost effective method to evaluate patients on a routine basis. Dr. Voll's method also offers a great learning method for the approach to pathophysiology and functional medicine. Functional medicine addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach and engaging both patient and practitioner in a therapeutic partnership. It is an evolution in the practice of medicine that better addresses the healthcare needs of the 21st century. By shifting the traditional disease-centered focus of medical practice to a more patient-centered approach, functional medicine addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms. Functional medicine practitioners using EDS need not to spend extensive time with their patients, but listening to their histories and looking at the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that EDS brings forth, can influence long-term health and complex, chronic disease. In this way, functional medicine with EDS supports the unique expression of health and vitality for each individual.
Paracelsus was a Swiss physician, alchemist, and astrologer of the German Renaissance. He was a pioneer in several aspects of the "medical revolution" of the Renaissance, emphasizing the value of observation in combination with received wisdom. He is credited as the "father of toxicology". He also had a substantial impact as a prophet or diviner, his "Prognostications" being studied by Rosicrucians in the 1700s. Hahnemman, who studied Paracelsus' writings, having disdain for chemical pharmacy, between the toxicity and the therapeutic action of a drug, and analysis of its 'provings' actually began the field of detoxification as we know it today. Hahnemann's drug development became to be known as homeopathy. A naturopathic precept is that 'a body that cannot detoxify, cannot heal!' The essentials of the biochemical basis of toxins are covered, including toxidromes; and the uncommonly recognized toxins - sugar, fat, and proteins - contributing to today's epidemical humoral disease - Syndrome X.
This Course consists of both written Lessons and a full, rare, audio Course by world renown Dr. Peter D. Bryson, author of the textbook: Review of Toxicology.

Man, Viruses & Vicissitudes

An introductory course on medical virology and public hygiene. Portrays knowledge for the various kinds of viruses which are known to produce disease in plants, animals and man; the conditions in which they live and multiply, how they invade the tissues, and how the human body should normally be able to resist infection. It explains how viruses were discovered and their impact on clinical medicine.

LESSON 1 Introductory
LESSON II The Insect -Allies of the Viruses
LESSON III The Viruses in Everyday Life
LESSON IV The Viruses in Farm and Garden
LESSON V The Viruses in the Tropics
LESSON VI Studying Viruses in the Laboratory
LESSON VII The Virus Diseases of Insects
LESSON VIII Viruses and Tumours
LESSON IX Viruses in Time of War and After
LESSON X Combating the Viruses
An introductory course on medical microbiology and public hygiene. Portrays knowledge for the various kinds of bacteria which are known to produce disease, the conditions in which they live and multiply, how they invade the tissues, and how the human body should normally be able to resist infection. It explains the ordinary precautions which should be taken by health personnel to combat infection.

Lesson I: THE CLASSIFICATION OF BACTERIA
LESSON II THE WEAPONS OF BACTERIA
LESSON III THE ENTRANCES OF THE HUMAN BODY
LESSON IV INFECTION AND TRANSMISSON
LESSON V DEFENCE, RESISTANCE, AND IMMUNITY
LESSON VI PROPHYLAXIS AND THERAPY
LESSON VII STERILIZATION AND DISINFECTION
LESSON VIII COMM0N INFECTIONS OF THE HUMAN SKIN
LESSON IX SOME INFECTIONS OF THE RESPIRATORY TRACT
LESSON X SOME INFECTIONS OF THE ALIMENTARY TRACT
LESSON XI SOME INFECTIONS OF THE URINARY TRACT
LESSON XII SOME INFECTIONS OF THE GENITAL TRACT
LESSON XIII PERUPERAL FEVER & LOCKJAW
LESSON XIV FOOD POISONING, DYSENTERY & MENINGITIS
LESSON XV SOME ANIMAL VECTORS OF HUMAN BACTERIAL DISEASES
LESSON XVI SOME INSECT VECTORS OF HUMAN BACTERIAL DISEASES

A general knowledge of body systems is essentially prerequisite for entry into most any health care educational program. This course represents a functional view of the body's anatomy, physiology, and mechanisms of disease. It is presented as a conceptual learning approach, with emphasis on understanding the body's complex relationships rather than memorizing scores of facts and figures.
PREGNANCY should be a healthy, happy time. Childbearing is a completely natural process, the supreme physical function of womanhood; and no other event confers so much in deep seated, abiding contentment. As a rule, the greater span of pregnancy is associated with an increased sense of vitality and well-being. Not a few of the discomforts, which only a few decades ago were regarded as invariable accompaniments of pregnancy and labor, have been tracked to their source and are now amenable to simple preventive measures; even that old bugbear of childbirth, the pain of labor, has been so assuaged that the majority of American mothers today are unconscious of the actual birth of the baby. Meanwhile, modern methods of care have so surrounded the whole process with multiple safeguards that the likelihood of a serious complication developing is considered remote.

Yes, pregnancy should be a healthy, happy time. But health and happiness in pregnancy are dependent in large measure upon proper nutrition and guidance by a competent physician. There is no substitute for such advice, because it is based on personal acquaintance with the individual case. The doctor, accordingly, should be your chief guide book.

What, then, is the reason for a Course of Study such as this?
In the first place, it is common knowledge that intelligent women of today often want more information about the "whys" and "wherefores" of prenatal care and labor than it is possible for the physician, in his narrow time limits, to give them.

In the second place, verbal instructions are likely to be forgotten; and since the recommendations set forth in this Course represent accepted principles of prenatal care, it is hoped that it may serve as a recapitulation of the doctor's main instructions, which may be used to assist those pregnant. From the viewpoint of both patient and doctor, it is hoped that many of the questions which almost every expectant mother asks will find answer here.

The meticulous attention which is being given to expectant mothers, including those in labor, is making increasing inroads on the schedules of doctors and nurses alike. Consequently they often find their time curtailed for instructing their patients in the many routine details of prenatal hygiene which these women should know.

In the third place, the therapist or traditional naturopath is rarely trained in the basics of pregnancy and childbirth, pre-natal care, and the practical ins and outs of how to manage a pregnant patient. This course does that!

Lesson 1: SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF PREGNANCY
Lesson 2 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE FETUS
Lesson 3 HYGIENE IN PREGNANCY
Lesson 4 DIET IN PREGNANCY
Lesson 5 COMMON DISCOMFORTS AND THEIR TREATMENT
Lesson 6 DANGER SIGNALS IN PREGNANCY
Lesson 7 THE BIRTH OF THE BABY
Lesson 8 “PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH”
Lesson 9 CONVALESCENCE FROM CHILDBIRTH
Lesson 10 THE NEWBORN BABY

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