Principle of Health
Health Care Practitioners must help those in need to be in harmony physically, mentally, and spiritually. Has All Healing must be of a Positive Nature, and the willingness of the body desire for wellbeing and health at its core must be based in the willingness of the spirit.
Health Care Practitioner
Health Care Practice properly requires both a detailed knowledge of the academic disciplines; such as Anatomy, Physiology and pathology, which help to underlying the causes of diseases and understanding the way and manner in which we can by the application of treatments aid the body —the science of health care—and also a decent competence in its applied practice—the art or craft of health care.
Areas of Interest
Our research covers a wide range of Clinical Health Care modalities, but we focus primarily upon the most commonly used Natural Health Care Therapies:
Emunctology II Pharmacology III Osteopathic Manipulation IV Hydropathy V Lymphatic Manipulation Therapy VI Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy VII Chiropractic Adjustment VIII Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology IX Clinical Nutrition
The main research tools used are:
1. Clinical Trials 2. Laboratory Investigations 3. Academic Collaborative Research 4.
Volksmed School Courses curriculums are evidence-based and our manuals are routinely updated to ensure that students have the most up to date information
Non Scope of Practice
Clinical Health Care Practitioners are Trained NOT to Prescribe or Administer Antibiotics nor Synthetic Drugs, but High Value Medicinal Plants & Minerals based Remedies only.
The Future of Health Care
Concerning the Progress and Advancement of Health Care and Pharmacology by Natural Healing Methods
"The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician. Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind." - Paracelsus (1493–1541)
"For every human illness, somewhere in the world there exists a plant which is the cure." - Rudolph Steiner (1861-1925)
"The doctor of the future will prescribe no drugs but will interest his patients in the care and nutrition of the human frame and in the cause and prevention of disease."
- Thomas Edison (1847-1931)
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT®)
Licence to Practice
1. Taking any course and passing it doesn't allow on its own to legally practice any of the Health Care subject matters taken until either having obtained among other things: Professional Indemnity Insurance or obtain, and be Licensed by the Local or National Government Authority according to each country own laws.
2. Licensing may also require: passing a test, undergoing a criminal background check, checking references, paying a fee, and undergoing a minimum set of hours of professional clinical training.
Thus we recommend that each prospective alumni, to check their local and national rules, regulations and laws for their specific scope of professional practice.
Individual learning types, lifestyles and both long and short term goals of each prospective student is taken into consideration.
Volksmed School of Health and Pharmacology is a not-for-profit School thus the School ethics will always maintain the cost of its Professional Courses Affordable.
Flexibility is a central component to consider. For working professionals or individuals with family, are they able to attend college full-time or do they need more flexibility based on their schedules. The major benefit offered by the School is its flexibility on education the School allows students to complete coursework when it is convenient for them. Students who need longer to complete their courses may do so at no extra cost.
One of the major benefits of attending our School is the sheer amount of resources available to students such as libraries, academic journals, clinical space, professors, databases and tools are not limited in use to those students attending classes on-campus, Volksmed School have these and more available in virtual formats.
Graduates from Volksmed School of Health and Pharmacology having obtained the School Private Title of “Dr”, “a doctor” or similar, should take care not to imply that they hold a general “medical” qualification in case they do not. The School doesn't gives any medical qualifications or titles, the School Students aren't medical doctors and aren't registered with the General Medical Council, and don't practice Allopathic Medicine.
The School provides the following Learning Materials for study both before and during Clinical Training.
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