504 (26 credits)
Rheumatology and Dermatology
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 Rheumatic disorders through the study of inflammatory agents affecting the muscles, bones and ligaments and the art of treating sports injuries with natural agents. This module includes a discussion of the evaluation and management process of quantum rheumatologic orthopedic sports medicine and other musculoskeletal related conditions. The second objective is to learn about the quantum field of the integumentary system through the general study of skin conditions, microscopic study of tissues, and the art and science of beauty with natural agents.
The student will give a functional diagnosis on the quantum field of the musculoskeletal and integumentary systems by using research of patient history, examination, and review of known data.
The student is responsible for administering a treatment plan in informational medicine. This treatment in nedicine will provide the student with an overall knowledge of the informational medicine and therapeutic uses of essential oils through Aromatherapy. The knowledge gained will allow the student to make adjustments for personal and professional therapeutic application. This course explores the relationship between aromas and the psyche from a clinical perspective; as well as exploring reactions to aromas through experiential work. Students learn about the impact specific aromas have on psychological conditions and learn how to use clinical aromatherapy as a tool in clinical practice.
Preceptorship credit hours: 6
- Duration:12 Weeks