Functional Gynecology, Functional Endocrinology, Oncology, Genetics, Embryology, Epidemiology, Cytopathology, Clinical Nutrition and Semiology
Alternative Medicine, Natural Medicine
503 (26 credits)

Quantum Endocrinology and Quantum Gynecology

The semester is a conglomerate of courses that are interrelated to enable the student to develop broad exposure to the clinical aspects of informational medicine. There are two main objectives to focus on in this semester: The first objective is to learn about the quantum field of the endocrine system through the study of the endocrine glands and hormones, the study of heredity, and public health science.

The second objective is to learn about the quantum field of the reproductive system through the study of reproductive hormonal disorders, the study of embryos and their development, the study of tumors and cancer and the study of informational distortions within the cells. The student will give a functional diagnosis of the quantum field of the endocrine and reproductive systems through research of patient history, examination, and review of known data. The student is responsible for administering a natural treatment plan in informational medicine.

The student will learn the therapeutic and healing properties of plants, including their physiological properties and active constituents. Specific formulas for treatment of acute and chronic disorders; plant identification and various herbal preparation methods will be depicted. This course will also expose the student to the different classifications of plant species and the use of plants in health restoration. Topics include etiology, and classification of interferences in the body field, a study of different functional diagnostic methods, and the principles of natural treatments. Teaching aids, illustrations and case studies are utilized to facilitate learning. Students begin alternative medical documentation practice using outpatient-based case studies.

Preceptorship credit hours: 6

  • Duration:12 Weeks