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    Complementary Medicine Diploma

    Complementary Medicine is a broad domain of numerous diagnostic and therapeutic disciplines that is used in conjunction with mainstream medical care. Complementary medicine generally exists beyond the scope of medical institutions where traditional healthcare is taught and provided. Complementary medicine encompasses various health systems, modalities and practices along with their philosophies and theories. The practices and beliefs defined by the users of such health systems on preventing and curing diseases is also a part of complementary medicine. Complementary medicine is often referred to as complementary therapies. Complementary medicine includes popular health systems like Acupressure, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Homeopathy, Ayurveda and Yoga.The term complementary medicine is often considered synonymous with ‘Complementary and Alternative Medicine’. Nonetheless, a distinction can be made between the two. Complementary medicine can be seen as healthcare practices used along with conventional healthcare whereas alternative medicine acts a substitute for conventional healthcare.

    Complementary medicine has maintained its popularity despite being considered as unconventional medicine and the lack of adequate scientific evidence on its working. The reason is that many people have had powerful healing experiences that they claim cannot be denied just because of the lack of notable support from the scientific community. Complementary medicine is also believed to lessen a patient’s discomfort during the course of traditional treatment. For instance, acupuncture has proven to reduce a patient’s discomfort after surgery.Complementary Medicine Diploma is an introductory course in complementary medicine that covers a huge range of conventional therapies with essential information on each therapy. Complementary Medicine Diploma discusses what each complementary therapy is about, how it works, what it offers and what evidence supports it. After completing Complementary Medicine Diploma, you will be well informed and up-to-date on the topic of complementary medicine. The comprehensive information provided in Complementary Medicine Diploma is helpful not just for therapists and professionals but also any layman interested in the field.

    1- Introduction to Complementary Medicine
    2- Diagnosis in Complementary Medicine
    3- Reading the Body
    4- Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine
    5- Understanding Ayurveda
    6- Tibetan Medicine
    7- Introduction to Japanese Medicine
    8- Introduction to Nature Cure
    9- Introduction to Acupuncture
    10- Introduction to Homeopathy
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