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Medicine Program

The following gives you a basic outline of the various components of the medicine program.

A-Foundational Levels:


  1. Foundations of Western Culture

  2. Foundations of Romantic Science

  3. Foundations of Romantic Healthcare 


B-Therapeutic Regimenal Diploma Level Study


Level One - Principles of Medical Therapeutics

Part I - Fundamental Principles and Concepts

  • Specific Theory of Idea/Concept of Medical Polarities


Part II - Key Individuals/Approaches/Therapies  

  • History and explanation of medicians/therapies


Part III - Establishing an Integrated Therapeutic System


Level Two - Study of Remedial Measures

Part I - Pathic/Acute Diseases

  • First Aid

  • True Acute Prescribing and Materia Medica 

  • Pathic Disease Prescribing and Materia Medica

  • Pathic Formulas


Part II - Chronic/Tonic Diseases

  • Genotypes and Phenotypes 

  • Tonic Disease Jurisdictions

  • Highest and Deepest Diseases

  • Treating Sequentially/Polarically


Part III - Additional Therapies

  • Biotherapies

  • Tissue Salts and Flower Essences

  • Bowel Nosodes

Level Three -
Pre-Clinical Work

This component involves various exercises to integrate the previous study material into a comprehensive approach to therapeutic medicine, using actual and model cases as well as advanced therapeutic tips. You will then be ready to enter the clinical internship if you so wish.

Clinical Internship


Having successfully completed the three levels of Dynamic Regimen, you will then be eligible to undertake a comprehensive clinical internship that will prepare you for a successful practice.


You will apply all that you have learned to actual cases, supervised by a skilled practitioner, who will guide you at every step. 


You will identify and treat underlying imbalances behind various disorders and determine what therapeutic measures are most appropriate and effective for a given case.


Once the internship is completed, you will have the necessary skills and confidence to start a rewarding practice helping people, even difficult ones where other treatments have yielded few or no results.

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