Monday, 8 March 2021

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.



 

 

 

 

 

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE

 COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH

 

AFFILIATED TO

 

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.( INDIA).

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. 

 

Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXIX of Mumbai 1950 & under Act XXVI of Mumbai 1961.Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 Literary & Scientific Institution Act 1954. Applicable to the advancement & promotion of Alternative Medical Science in several state of India.

 

 

Subject: Legality of the System of Alternative Medicines & its Education/Practice.

                                                To Whom It May Concern,

 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research (CCAMR) is a registered institution, registered under the Government of Maharastra Societies Registration Act 1961,

Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860)

established to serve the best need, interest & good health of the common people of India.

Alternative System of Medicines is a system of maintaining well-being, diagnosis, preventing illness & treating diseases. It covers a broad range of traditions, cultures, practices, healing philosophies, approaches & therapies based on natural laws of holistic health, diet regulation, breathing practices, meditation & the use of natural substances. It is devoid of the use of antibiotics & chemicals i.e.; outside the realm of conventional modern medicine – Allopathy. World Health Organizations (W.H.O) has also recognized importance of Complementary & Alternative Medicines to achieve its goal of health for all.

Alternative Medicine is not regulated by the Medical Council of India or under any other legal framework, but at the same time, there exist No bar qua the administration of educational training courses in this regard nor in relation to the practice of the same.

Central Information Commission, Government of India, in its Order F.No. CIC/RKJA/2016/001309-YA dated 15.09.2016 with reference to the policy decision of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India & Orders of High Courts & Supreme Court duly noted that even though there is no policy decision yet recognizing alternative medicines like Electro Homoeopathy there is no ban/restrain on its practice, education & research.

On 28.02.2017, the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare issued a Notification in respect of a mechanism for the consideration of proposals for the recognition of new/alternative systems of medicine. The said Notification clarifies that as on date there is no framework to regulate alternative systems of medicines in the Country. Copy of the notice dated 28.02.2017 is annexed herewith.

Respectfully,

Supreme Court judgment

No Harassment to Alternative Medical Practitioners, Hon'ble Supreme Court Of India.

Latest contents of judgment of Hon'be Supreme court of India SLP (Civil) No. 11262/ 24/11/2000 (In the judgment and order date 18/11/1998 in F.A.Q. No.205/92)
For want of certain clarification etc. Delhi govt. & union of India (ministry of health & family welfare) has filled an appeal (SLP) in the Hon'ble supreme court of india challenging the order of Hon'ble Delhi high court dated 18/11/1998upon hearing on 12/11/2000. The division bench of Hon'ble justice R.C. Lahoti & Hon'ble justice Shivraj V. Patil has rejected the plea of Delhi govt. & union of India and finally on 24/11/2000 the bench of the Hon'ble court comprising justice Rajendra Babu and B.N. Agarwal has directed to entertain the matter and SLP Filled by petitioner (Delhi govt. & union of India ) has been dismissed. The Hon'ble supreme court of India also maintained that status quo of Hon'ble Delhi high court (FAO205/92) dated 18/11/1998 by which it has been ordered that any legally constituted institution imparting education facilities in the field of Alternative medicines may issue diploma / certificate and holder of such diploma / certificate are entitled to practice the particular faculties covered by the said diploma / certificate.
1. According to the judgment of high court Chennai, planning commission report & the latter of govt. (No.110/8/4/77MPT/ME(P)1979&No.4-6/70 MPT of govt. of India) The RMP certificate holder can practice in alternative medicine only he can't practice in surgery , obstetrics & radiation therapy in any form. He can not prescribed any medicine includes G,H&L of drugs & cosmetics rules 1945 and other dangers drug at any cost.
2. Central Council of Alternative Medicines and Research  has conferred with the Establish & run alternative medicine & paramedical college's, science and technological institutions , hospital, research center in all over India.
3. To promoting research & development of alternative medicine and paramedical science for diffusal of literary and scientific knowledge.


1. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA :
In its final judgment write petitions no.17534-96/94 and no 36960 /94 noted the constitutional validity of section 16(2) 16(2A) etc in order to develop propagate and promote any alternative system of medicines no permission is required under any statute
2. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF DELHI :
Stated in its Judgment dt. 18/11/1998 of CWP No. 4015/1996 & OM No.8468/ 1997 in which the Government has to take proper action to regularize and recognize the alternative medicine in India.
3. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF CALCUTTA :
In its final judgment constitution writ jurisdiction matter no 546 of 1988 dt. 07/05/1990 which has been reported in Calcutta Law Journal 1991 (2) CLJ page No. 173 to 187 held the following important points regarding the constitutional rights and legal validity of Alternative system of Medicines in India.
4. THE HON'BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA :
Stated in its final judgment of a case on alternative system of Medicine that “the judgment of Hon' ble High court of Delhi must be strictly followed by the Govt. of India within Eight weeks” to regularise the alternative system of Medicines .
Union of india and Delhi Govt. fild by a SLP(civil) No. 11262/2000 against the judgement and order by Delhi high court CWP No. 4015/1996 dated 18/11/1998 in FAQ 205/92. The supreme court has dismissed the SLP Of Union of India and delhi Govt. Dated 24/11/2000.
5. 05-05-2010 Electro Homoeopathy is governed vide no.25011/276/2009-HR dated 5th
6. 02-05-2008 Supreme Court recognized the practice. Maharashtra directorate Health. may 2010
7. 23-04-2008 Vijyanagaram Addi Judi Court Magistrate Recognized the BEMS Practice and kept it with in settled law.
8. 22-12-2006 Hon'ble Bombay High court recognized the Electro Homoeopathy Practice.
9. 10-01-2005 Metropolitan session court, Sec-bad Recognized MD (EH) Practice and Electro Homoeopathy Board also.
10. 25-11-2003 Central Govt. of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, and Department of Health Research recognized Electro homoeopathy.
11. 14-02-2003 Hon'ble Supreme court of India and Medical Council of India have declared that, those who are having community Medical Service & ED Certificate (CMS) of Rural medical practitioner (RMP) can do Practice on 42 drug groups of life saving drugs in Allopathy.
12. 16-05-2001 Hon'ble Metropolitan session court Sec-bad Recognized the Electro homoeopathy Practice. The court also ordered that “Any Medical council, centre in India has no right to interfere in the Practice.
13. 23-10-2000 XI Metropolitan court, Sec-bad recognized the Practice of Electro Homoeopathy & relevant medical college also.
14. THE ORDER ISSUED BY GOVT. OF INDIA (MINISTRY OF H&FW) DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH RESEARCH NO. V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated.05.05.2010&C.30011/22/2010-HR Dated 21.06.2011.
15. To give the rights of practicing to registered Medical Practitioners enrolled by the council as qualified physicians, without any restriction, and entitling them to issue medical certificates such as sickness, fitness etc of any other certificate required by any law. To establish the faculty to control the examinations of teaching and educational institutions or colleges etc; and to award degrees, diplomas, Certificates etc., thereof.
It is fact that many states including Tamilnadu have implemented clinical establishment Act. 2010. All states are giving honour and weight age to the order of Central Govt. dated 14/02/2011 with regard to education and practice of Electro Homoeopathy. On the suggestion and mutual consultation of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India. Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has also passed order on 22/01/2015 that there is no ban on medical practice of Electro Homoeopathy.
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India has already clarified on 14/02/2011 that Electro Homoeopathy is not applicable under clinical establishment (Registration & Regulation) Act. 2010 for registration to the clinics of the practitioners of it but there is no practicing electro homoeopathy or imparting education as per central Govt. order V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated 05/05/2010.
Madras High Court has also passed an order on 28/11/2016 that as per Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India order No. V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated 05/05/2010. The petitioner can rightfully practice Electro Homoeopathy Medicine in every state in India without hindrance. Hence, there is no need to take permission from local health authorities or joint director of health of the district of Tamilnadu. Government has already accepted this order as this order remains unchallenged by the state Govt. in Hon'ble Supreme court of India. Therefore, the state Govt. should also give honour of it.
Electro Homoeopathy legal and scientific analysis committee setup by Rajasthan Govt. consist of the experts of botanists, pharmacologists, clinical research, electro homoeopathy expert, of other medical system viz. senior scientist-17, CMO-40, legal expert-5 and other expert including vice chancellors of the universities of Rajasthan Govt.-16. On the basis of the evidences and documents received and examined, the committee has a clear judgment that electro homoeopathy is a simple, economical, accessible and secure therapeutic approach, it must be recognized in the state. Taking into consideration the utility and merits of electro homoeopathy, the committee expresses its though conviction and strongly recommends the state Government to draft essential law and initiate the statutory administrative process to grant due recognition to electro homoeopathy in the state. Ultimately on 09/03/2018 the Assembly of Rajasthan Govt. has passed Electro Homoeopathy System of Medicine Bill No. 13 of 2018 recognizing the system in Rajasthan State. Hon'ble Govt. of Rajasthan state has already signed on the Bill on 10th October, 2018. Therefore, Electro Homoeopathy system of medicine is a recognized system in a state like Rajasthan.




 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. 

 

 Salient Features Of Our Courses

Course Materials:

The syllabus of the various courses of the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH are as per standard of and based on the syllabus prescribed by

the Ministry of Health, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere

medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

The course materials will be provided by the
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH which are designed to follow the

adult education method of self-study. The course materials are simple, self-explanatory, yet in-depth and

exhaustive. It is enough to study the course materials alone to pass the examinations.

The course materials are sent within 2 weeks to students within India and within 3 weeks to International students

(students residing outside India).

Examination:

Two options are introduced for the examination.

OPTION – A

The students are assessed on the basis of their course assignments and examination.
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH.believes that the three-hour examination is an obsolete method of assessing students’ true potentials.

After the scheduled duration of the course, the
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH sends the question papers to the students, which have to be

answered at their comfortable place and timings.

The candidates are required to submit their answer-sheets within the prescribed time limit to the Institute.

This unique methodology helps students to write best answers based on their acquired knowledge through course

materials as well as their personal experience.
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH has designed this liberal and unique methodology that allows

students to make maximum benefits of their knowledge and experience.

The panel of faculty and examiners design the question papers in such a way that there may be no option of

copying the answers and will require personal skills, understanding and analysis of the subject.

OPTION – B

If a student desires to appear for 3 hour classroom conventional examination, he can do so. The exam will be

conducted in BOMBAY - MUMBAI centre. However the Centre may be opened in other cities also subject to the sufficient

number of students opting for the examination in the concerned city.

The students should intimate their choice of option for examination at the time of enrollment.

Grading System of
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH:

Letter Grade Point Grade Percentage System Division System

A 7.5 and above 75% or more marks Distinction / Honours

B 6.0 to 7.4 Between 60% and 74% First Division

C 5.0 to 5.9 Between 50% and 59% Second Division

D 4.0 to 4.9 Between 40% and 49% Third Division

E 3.0 to 3.9 Between 30% and 40% PASS

Fail Less than 3 Less than 30% UNGRADED

Result:

The Result of the Examination will be declared within 4 weeks from the date of conduct of examination.

Certificate and Marksheet (Transcript):

Certificate and marksheet will be awarded to the successful students and sent by post within 2 weeks from the date

of declaration of result.

(Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit).

Procedure for Admission:

For Admission, you should send the following records:

1. Filled-in Application Form

2. Photocopies of the Educational Qualifications

3. Two Passport-size photographs

4. Fees

Qualification certificate copies and photographs can be submitted either through email by scanning them to

centralcouncilindia@gmail.com or through postal mail to: Department of Admissions,
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH .

Vishal Deep, 363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,
Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.


Personal Contact Programme:

Personal Contact Programme (PCP) held at the Institute’s Campus as and when required.

 

1 Year Diploma Courses

 

The following Diploma Courses of 1 year duration are conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

 

Students completing any of the below Diploma Courses can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

 

 

 

Systems of Medicines

Courses Name

 

Duration

 

Fees

Download Application Form

Holistic Health Science

D.H.H.S.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

 

Yoga & Massage

D.Y.M.T

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Naturopathy

N.D.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900


Bach Flower Remedies

D.B.F.R.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

 

Reiki Healing

D.R.H.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Acupressure

D.A.T.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Magnetotherapy

D.M.T.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Medicinal Herbalism

D.M.H.S.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Medical Astrology

D.M.A.S.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Gem-Tele-Chromo Therapy

D.G.T.C.T.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Electro Homoeopathy

D.E.H.M.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Traditional Chinese Medicine

D.T.C.M.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Hypnotherapy

D.H.T.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Aroma Therapy

D.A.T.S.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Radiesthesia & Radionics

D.R.R.S.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Iridology Science

D.I.S.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Chiropractic

D.C.T.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Holistic Health & Nutrition

D.H.H.N.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Reflexology

D.R.T.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Acupuncture

D.Ac.

1 Year

Rs. 38,900

Eligibility / Pre-Requisite:

For all the courses mentioned above are High School / Standard Xth / O level or Equivalent.

 

Subjects:

 

The total number of subjects is four. Compulsory Subjects (4):

1.Human Body Structure(Anatomy) 2.Human Body Function (Physiology) 3.Human Body Disorders (Pathology)

     4.Hygiene.

The fifth subject is the specific alternative therapy enrolled in.

 

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

 

The syllabus of the various courses of the Council are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

 

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in Mumbai, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

 

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

 

Total Fees: Rs. 38,900/=.


Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 

Bachelor of Alternative System of Medicines - B.A.S.M.(A.M.)

 

Bachelor of Alternative System of Medicines B.A.S.M.(A.M.) is a 2 year under-graduate course conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

 

Students completing the B.A.S.M.(A.M.) course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner – RMP under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

 

Eligibility / Pre-Requisite: Twelfth Grade / Intermediate / Standard XIIth / A Level or Equivalent.

 

Duration: 2 Years.

(It may be completed in a shorter duration based on the student's ability and performance.)

 

Course Structure: The programme is made up of 11 subjects with 7 compulsory and 4 electives as below:

 

 

Compulsory Subjects (7):

Human Body Structure (Anatomy)

Human Body Function

(Physiology)

Human Body Disorders

(Pathology)

Natural Health Laws

(Hygiene)

Medical Ethics & Laws

(Medical Jurisprudence)

Women Diseases

(Gynecology & Obstetrics)

Description of Diseases & its Management (Practice of Medicine)

Elective Subjects (4):

Four alternative therapies of student's choice.

 

List of Elective Subjects (Any four from the following):

 

Acupressure

Acupuncture

Aromatherapy

Astrology

Bach Flower Remedies

Cupping Therapy

Chromo Therapy (Colour Therapy)

Crystal Healing

Diet and Nutrition

Electro-Homeopathy

Gem / Tele / Chromo

Herbal Medicine (Medicinal Herbalism)

Hypnotherapy

Hydrotherapy

Indo Allopathy

Magnet Therapy

Massage Therapy

Medical Astrology


Naturopathy

Oriental Diagnosis

Osteopathy

Physiotherapy & Counselling

Pyramid Healing

Radiesthesia and Radionics

Reflexology

Reiki Healing

Sound Therapy

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Vitamin Therapy

Yoga Therapy

 

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

 

The syllabus of the various courses of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

 

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in Mumbai, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

 

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

 

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

 

Total Fees:

 

Rs. 59,900. (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

Other Bachelor Courses

The following are the Bachelor Courses in other disciplines of 2 year duration conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH,duly Registered by the Government of Maharsatra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

 

Students completing any of the below Bachelor Courses can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

Eligibility: Inter/High School/Standard XIIth or Equivalent.

 

Subjects: The Programme is made up of Eight subjects as below:

 

1.   Human Body Structure (Anatomy)

2.   Human Body Function (Physiology)

3.   Human Body Disorders (Pathology)

4.   Natural Health Laws (Hygiene)

5.   Description of Diseases & its Management (Practice of Medicine)

6.   Women Diseases (Gynecology & Obstetrics)

7.   Medical Ethics & Laws (Medical Jurisprudence)

8.   The specific alternative therapy 

Elective Subjects (4):

Four alternative therapies of student's choice.

 


Medium of Instruction: English / Hindi.

 

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH and sent through post within 15 days of

receipt of form & fees.

 

The syllabus of the various courses of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

 

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI- India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

 

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

 

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit

 

Fees:

 

Rs. 59,900. (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

Masters in Psychotherapy & Counselling (M.P.C.)

Masters in Psychotherapy and Counselling (M.P.C.) is a 2 year post-graduate course conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH,duly Registered by the Government of MAHARASTRA under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

Students completing the M.P.C. course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner – RMP(CCAMR) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

Eligibility: Graduate from any stream.

Duration: Two Years.

(It may be completed in a shorter duration based on the student's ability and performance.)

Course Structure

The programme is made up of 14 subjects as below:

 

First Year (7 Subjects)

Second Year (7 Subjects)

Anatomy and Physiology

Principles and Techniques of Psychotherapy


Fundamentals of Psychology

Behavior Therapies

Developmental Psychology

Psychotherapies

Psychopathology and Mental Health

Clinical Assessment

Counseling and Health Psychology

Psychological Tests for Assessment

Counseling Techniques and Assessment

Stress Management

Marriage and Family Counseling

Research Methodology and Statistics

 

 

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

The syllabus of the various courses of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI -MAHARASTRA, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

Fees:

Rs. 72,900 (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Doctor of Naturopathy / Natural Medicine (N.D./N.M.D.)

Doctor of Naturopathy / Natural Medicine (N.D./N.M.D.) is an 18 month post graduate course conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH,duly Registered by the Government of MAHARASTRA under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

Students completing the N.D./N.M.D. Course can register his/her name as a Registered

Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.


Eligibility: Graduate in any stream.

 

 

*Practitioners/Research Workers who are practicing for the last 10 years. Minimum basic qualification is exempted.

Duration: 18 Months (2 Semesters of 9 months each) (It may be completed in a shorter duration based on the student's ability and performance)

Medium of Instruction: English.

Subjects:

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

The syllabus of the various courses of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI -MAHARASTRA, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

Marksheet & Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

Fees:

Rs. 93,900 (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 

 

M.D. in Alternative Medicines M.D.(A.M.)

M.D. in Alternative Medicines (M.D.A.M.) is a 1 year course conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH,duly Registered by the Government of MAHARASTRA under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

Students completing the M.D.A.M. Course can register his/her name as a Registered

Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

Eligibility: Those persons who have completed the M.B.B.S., D.M.S., D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.A.M.S., B.A.S.M., B.E.M.S., B.I.A.M.S., B.N.Y.T., B.A.T.S., B.U.M.S., N.D., N.O., M.D(A.M), B.P.T., B.Pharma,

etc.

*Practitioners who are practicing for the last 10 years. Minimum basic qualification is exempted.


Duration: One Year.

Medium of instruction:    English / Hindi

Subjects:

 The programme is made up of 5 subjects with 1 compulsory & 4 electives as below:

Compulsory Subject(1):

History, Philosophy & Principles of Alternative Medicines

Elective Subjects(4):

(Choice of any four subjects from the following)

 

List of Elective Subjects (Any four from the following):

 

Acupressure

Acupuncture

Aromatherapy

         Chiropractic Therapy

Bach Flower Remedies

Cupping Therapy

Chromo Therapy (Colour Therapy)

Crystal Healing

Diet and Nutrition

Electro-Homeopathy

Gem / Tele / Chromo

Herbal Medicine (Medicinal Herbalism)

Hypnotherapy

Hydrotherapy

Indo Allopathy

Magnet Therapy

Massage Therapy

Medical Astrology


Naturopathy

Oriental Diagnosis

Osteopathy

Physiotherapy & Counselling

Pyramid Healing

Radiesthesia and Radionics

Reflexology

Reiki Healing

Sound Therapy

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Vitamin Therapy

Yoga Therapy

 

 

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research  and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

The syllabus of the various courses of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

Fees:

Rs. 98,900. (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 
 

 

 

M.D.in Electro Homoeopathy - M.D.(E.H.) / M.D. in Acupucture - M.D.(Acu)

M.D.in Electro Homoeopathy - M.D.(E.H.) / M.D. in Acupucture - M.D.(Acu) is a 1 year course conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH duly Registered by the Government of MAHARASTRA  under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

 

Students completing the M.D.(E.H.) / M.D.(Acu) Course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

 


Eligibility: Those persons who have completed the M.B.B.S., D.M.S., D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.A.M.S., B.A.S.M, B.E.M.S., B.I.A.M.S., B.N.Y.T., B.A.T.S., B.U.M.S., N.D., N.O., M.D(A.M), B.P.T., B.Pharma, etc.

 

*Practitioners who are practicing for the last 10 years. Minimum basic qualification is exempted.

 

Duration: 1 Year.

 

Medium of instruction: English

 

Subjects:

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

 

The syllabus of the various courses of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

 

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI -MAHARASTRA, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

 

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

 


Fees:

Rs.98,900.  (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

 

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D. in Alternative Medicines Ph.D.(A.M.)

Eligibility: Those persons who have passed any post graduate course from an authentic institution.

 

OR

 

Those persons who have completed the M.B.B.S., D.M.S., D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.A.M.S., B.A.S.M.,

B.E.M.S., B.I.A.M.S., B.N.Y.T., B.A.T.S., B.U.M.S., N.D., N.O., M.D(A.M) etc

*Practitioners/Research Workers who are practicing for the last 10 years, minimum basic qualification is exempted.

 

Requirement for the Award: The candidate has to submit an original and authentic research work (thesis) of at least 300 pages (2 copies of printed thesis and 1 copy on CD) in any branch of alternative medicine under the guidance of a competent person or institution with prior approval of institution.

 

Thesis / Dissertation Preparation: Research guidelines on the topic chosen for thesis preparation are sent by post..

 

Language of Dissertation/Thesis: English / Hindi.


Fees:


Rs. 1,20,900.  (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 


 

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 

 

D.Sc. in Alternative Medicines D.Sc.(A.M.)

Eligibility: Ph.D from any authentic institution.

 

Requirement for the Award: The candidate has to submit an original and authentic research work (thesis) of at least 300 pages (2 copies of printed thesis and 1 copy on CD) in any branch of alternative medicine under the guidance of a competent person or institution with prior approval of institution.

 

Thesis / Dissertation Preparation: Research guidelines on the topic chosen for thesis preparation are sent by post.

 

Language of Dissertation/Thesis: English / Hindi.

 


Fees:


Rs. 1,20,900.   Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

1 Year Specialisation Diploma Courses

The following Specialization Diploma Courses of 1 year duration are conducted by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH,duly Registered by the Government of MAHARASTRA under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

 

Eligibility: Any Registered Medical Practitioner / Alternative Medical Practitioner

 

Duration: One Year.

 

Medium of instruction: English/Hindi

 

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

 

The syllabus of the various courses of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research   are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national


and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

 

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

 

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

 

 

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 

 

 

Rules for Private Candidates

(Without Regular / Correspondence studies)

DIRECT EXAMINATIONS / AWARDS

(On Experience Basis)

 

Eligibility: The candidates must have at least 3 years of experience in the particular alternative medical line and must possess the minimum academic qualification for the Diploma / Bachelor Certification Course as laid down in the prospectus.

 

Examination: The private examination may be conducted in the month of January, April, July & October of every year as applicable of Regular/Postal students.

 

Subjects for Examination: As mentioned in the previous pages.

 

Syllabus / Recommended Books: Same as for the Regular / Postal students.

 

Fees:

 

i) Diploma Course                                          --- Rs. 38,900/-

 

ii) Bachelor Certification Courses                    --- Rs. 59,900/-

 

iii) M.D.A.M. / M.D.E.H / M.D.(Acupuncture)       --- Rs. 98,900/-

 

iv) M.P.C.                                                     --- Rs. 72,900/-

 

v) N.D. / N.M.D.                                              --- Rs. 93,900/-

 

vi) Specialization Diploma Courses                 --- Rs. 38,900/-

 

 

Practical / Clinical Training..

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH,(CCAMR) conducts a unique and essential training for learning the latest art and techniques of examining patients. The ideal course for all students and novice practitioners of any systems of medicine, one is taught how to check up the patients, conduct physical examinations, read laboratory reports, check the heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, pulse, and to use a stethoscope & blood pressure instruments etc. Training is available in major alternative therapies practiced in India and abroad and for paramedical courses also.

Attendance at the Practical / Clinical Training Programme is NOT COMPULSORY.

A certificate is awarded to those who successfully complete the programme. Practitioners of any system of medicine and students are welcome to join the programme.


The training commences on the 5th of every month (If the 5th is a Holiday, then the next working day). The CCAMR allows the students to break up their training also in which case trainings can be attended in short durations of 3 - 5 days also over a period of months should the candidate be unable to attend the entire length of the training at one time.

Practical / Clinical Training is of two types as below:

i. Clinical Training on General Medicine Application:

 

It covers:

1.   Checking up patients

2.   Systematic Examination

3.   Radiological and Physical Investigations

4.   First Aid and

5.   Concept of Holistic Health.

The fee towards Clinical Training on general medicine application is Rs. 10,000/-.

ii. Practical Training in a Specific Alternative Therapy:

(The list of therapies in which training is available currently are as below)

It covers Introduction to the therapy, knowledge about its practical aspects and application.

The fee towards Practical Training in each therapy is Rs. 10,000/- except Acupuncture for which the fees is Rs. 10,000.

1.   Acupressure

2.   Acupuncture (Rs. 10,000/-)

3.   Aromatherapy

4.   Crystal Healing

5.   Electro Homoeopathy

6.   Herbal Medicines

7.   Magneto therapy

8.   Massage Therapy

9.   Naturopathy (Rs. 10,000/-)

10.    Pranic Healing

11.    Psychotherapy and Counselling

12.    Pyramid Healing

13.    Reiki

14.    Yoga

a. Practical / Clinical Training Includes:

1.   Slide show presentation on Human Body

2.   Audio Visual Lecture

3.   A complete Clinical Kit will be provided free of cost by the Board during the training period which contains the following items:-

(a)   Clinical Note with Course File,

(b)   Anatomy & Physiology Chart,

(c)   Apron,

(d)  Stethoscope,

(e)   Metal Badge of CCAMR,

(f)   Note Book,

(g)  Pen,

(h)  Class Photograph,

(I)   Thermometer

b. On completion of the training, the candidate shall be set a final exam, successful completion of which the students will be provided with a certificate of Practical / Clinical Training.


Personal Contact Programmes (PCP)

The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES (CCAMR) organizes a free 5 day Personal Contact Programme every month commencing from the 1st (if the 1st is a holiday, then from the next working day) in its institution in MUMBAI, India for the benefit of students. These contact programmes are meant for counselling and clearing the doubts of the students and helping in their academic difficulties. Personal Contact Programmes are available for all courses conducted by the Board.

If students bring with them the recommended text books and the printed lessons received from the CCAMR, they will find the Personal Contact Programmes immensely useful. The students are expected to come prepared in the class in order to discuss their problems. The counseling sessions will include clarifications required in the print material and other related difficulties through active interaction with students.

 

Practitioner Registration - R.M.P.(A.M.)

The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES (CCAMR grants registration in Alternative Medicines under Rule 7A on the basis of qualification and experience.

 

Eligibility:

 

A practitioner having at least 3 years experience in any branch of alternative medicines.

 

Or

 

Diploma / Bachelor / Postgraduate Certificate holders of the The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES (CCAMR).

 

Or

 

Diploma / degree holders of any authentic institution.

 

Benefits

 

The Registered Practitioner would be declared a person qualified to practice and shall not be convicted or punished by any Government in India.

 

He/she will also be eligible to issue Medical Certificates. These rights are mentioned on the Registration Certificate also.

 

Registration from Medical Council of India is not required to practice the alternative system of medicines as per their letter no. MCI - 34(I)/ 96 Med./10984..

 

Minimum Age

 

Applicants for registration who are not Certificate holders of The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES (CCAMR) should be a minimum of 21 years .

 

Requirements

 

·         Three passport size photographs.

·         One Experience Certificate of a minimum of 3 years from a Registered Doctor/MLA/ MP/Sarpanch/Gazetted Officer or a Xerox copy of the Diploma / Bachelor / Postgraduate Certificate awarded by the The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES (CCAMR) or any authentic institution.


·         One Character Certificate from a respectable person.

 

You will get the following documents within 30 days from the date of receipt of the form and fees:

 

·         The registration certificate duly affixed with the Special Adhesive Stamp as per the order of the concerned authority of the Government.

·         Identity Card

·         Copy of the Rules of the The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES (CCAMR)  under which Registration is issued.

·         Copy of the Code of Conduct.

 

Categories of Practitioner Registration:

 

·         Qualified and experienced practitioners above the age of 30 can enroll as Senior Practitioner under Class I Registered Practitioner. (The students who have already successfully completed the Bachelor Certification Course from The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES (CCAMR) are eligible to apply for Class I Registration)

 

·         Ordinary Registered Practitioners Fees

Class I Registered Practitioners

·         Rs. 26,900

 

Ordinary Registered Practitioners

·         Rs. 18,900.

 

Fees are non-refundable

General Information:

 

The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates (academic qualifications), two passport size photographs and the filled in form.

Fee is non-refundable.

 

All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH / CCAMR Academy OR HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES

 

 

 

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.(CCAMR)  CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.MUMBAI –BORIVALI.

 

ADDRESS: Vishal Deep, 363 / 383,

C.T.S.NO.19,Mangal Murti Hospital Road,
RSC -37 / 28, Gorai - 2,
Borivali West, Mumbai 400091.
Maharashtra, India.

 
 Aims & Objectives
 

To promote, propagate and advance the science of alternative systems of medicines such as Electro Homoeopathy, BachFlowerRemedies, Psychological Counselling, Naturopathy, Hydrotherapy, Chromotherapy, Teletherapy, Gem Therapy, Astro-Therapy, Chiropractic,  Osteopathy, Herbal Medicines,   Hypnosis, Radiesthesia, Radionics, Refelxology, Shiatsu, Yoga, Acupuncture, Acupressure, Massage, Bioenergetics, Homoeopuncture, Reiki, Magnetotherapy, UrineTherapy, Aromatherapy and Traditional Medicines etc. & to raise the status of alternative systems of medicines.
 
To advance the scientific study and professional practice of alternative medicines and to enhance the contribution of alternative medicines by encouraging its development by promoting research and setting high standards of professional ethics, competence, conduct, education, qualification and achievement amongst practitioners promoting the dissemination of knowledge and thought about alternative medicines through training, educational courses, refresher courses, meetings, lectures, seminars, workshops, reports, papers, discussions, excursions, debates, exhibitions, camps, publications, professional contacts etc. with wide interest and inquiry into alternative medicines and all related areas of knowledge and practice.
 
To maintain the honour and dignity and to uphold and safeguard the interests of alternative systems of medicine and other allied subjects.
 
To certify, permit, supervise and maintain a register of practitioners possessing degrees, diplomas or certificates etc. of the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) or from any college or institution of alternative medicines either affiliated to the Board, or any authentic institute, and practitioners who have experience in any branch of alternative systems of medicine by award of a Registration Certificate to them. Such a practitioner shall be known as a Registered Medical Practitioner (R.M.P.).(A.M.).
 
To give the rights of practicing to Registered Medical Practitioners enrolled by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) as qualified physicians, without any restriction, and entitling them to issue medical certificates such as sickness, fitness etc. or any other certificate required by any law. To establish the Faculty to control the examinations of teaching and educational institutions or colleges etc. and to award degrees (including PhD.(A.M.), M.D.(A.M.), Master, Bachelor etc.) diplomas, certificates etc. thereof.
 
To determine a uniform code of conduct for practitioners registered by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA).
 
To improve public health in accordance with the principles of alternative systems of medicine.
 
To undertake publications relating to alternative medicines.
 
To establish, organise, finance and maintain dispensaries, hospitals, research institutes etc. of alternative systems of medicine.
 
To engage, assist or undertake various social service activities such as sanitation, public health, establishment of libraries, social welfare activities, family welfare, relief to the affected in times of flood, famine, pestilence and other calamities caused by nature and man.
 
To help the nation to arrive at the goal that by the 21th century health will be for all.
 
To certify, establish, organize, finance and maintain manufacturing laboratories of medicines working on the basis of the pharmacopoeias of alternative medicines keeping in view their efficacies and recommend only such manufacturers to the government for obtaining necessary permits, licenses or quotas etc. of manufacturing essentials.
 
To do such other lawful things which are conducive to the attainment of the above objects.
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Objects :

1.    The objects for which the Central Council of Alternative Medicines and Research is established are:-

2.    The formulation of aims and patterns of research on scientific lines in Alternative Systems of Medicines.

3.    To undertake any education, training, research and other programmes in Alternative Systems of Medicines.and Traditional Medicines.


4.    The prosecution of and assistance in research, the propagation of knowledge and experimental measures generally in connection with the causation, mode of spread and prevention of diseases.

5.    To initiate, aid, develop and coordinate scientific research in different aspects, fundamental and applied of Alternative Systems of Medicines.and Traditional Medicines.and to promote and assist institutions of research for the study of diseases, their prevention, causation and remedy.

6.    To finance enquiries and researches for the furtherance of objects of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.

7.    To exchange information with other institutions, associations and societies interested in the objects similar to those of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.and specially in observation and study of diseases in East and in India in particular.and Globally.

8.    To prepare, print, publish and exhibit any papers, posters, pamphlets, periodicals and books for furtherance of the objects of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.
        and to contribute to such literature.

9.    To issue appeals and make applications for money and funds in furtherance of the objects of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.and to accept for the aforesaid purpose gifts, donations and subscriptions of cash and securities and of any property whether movable or immovable.

10.    To borrow or raise monies with or without security or on security mortgage, charge, hypothecation or pledge of all or any of the immovable or movable properties belonging to the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.or in any other manner whatever.

11.    To invest and deal with the funds and monies of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.or entrusted to the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.not immediately required in such manner as may from time to time be determined by the Governing Body of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.

12.    To acquire and hold, whether temporarily or permanently any movable or immovable property necessary or convenient for the furtherance of the objects of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.

13.    To sell, lease, mortgage and exchange and otherwise transfer any of the properties movable or immovable of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.provided prior approval of the Central / State Government is obtained for the transfer of immovable property.

14.    To purchase, construct, maintain and alter any buildings or works necessary or convenient for the purposes of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.

15.    To undertake and accept the management of any endowment or trust fund or donation the undertaking or acceptance whereof may seem desirable.

16.    To offer prizes and grant of scholarships, including traveling scholarships in furtherance of the objects of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.

18.    To create administrative, technical and ministerial and other posts under the Society and to make appointments thereto in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Society.


19.    To establish a provident fund and or pension fund for the benefit of the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.of employees and /or their family members.

20.    To do all such other lawful things either alone or in conjunction with others as the Council of Alternative Medicines and Research.may consider necessary or as being incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects :

                21.  To accreditate of teaching institutions conducting courses in Alternative         Systems of Medicines.and Traditional Medicines.


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 Code of Ethics/Conduct

The code of Ethics framed by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA)..are as follows.

Duties of Practitioners In General:

1. A practitioner must always maintain the highest standards of professional conduct towards. both the individual and society.
2. A practitioner must not allow himself to be influenced merely by motives or profit.
3.The following practices are deemed unethical:
(a) The self advertisement except such as is expressly authorized by the code of ethics.
(b) Taking part in any plan of medical care in which the practitioner does not have professional independence.
(c) To receive any funds in connection with services rendered to a patient other than the acceptance of a proper professional fee. or to any money in the same circumstances without the knowledge of the patient. such as commissions. kick-backs and gifts.
4.Under no circumstances is a practitioner permitted to do anything that would weaken the physical or mental resistance of a human being. except for strictly therapeutic or prophylactic indications imposed in the interest of the patient.
5.A practitioner is advised to use great caution in publishing discoveries. The same applies to methods of treatment whose value is not yet recognised by the profession at large.
6.When a practitioner is called upon to give evidence in court on a legal matter or issue a certificate, he should only state that which he can verify. No hearsay should by included.
Duties of the Practitioner to the patient
A practitioner must always bear in mind the importance of preserving all life from
the -time of conception until death.
A practitioner owes to his patient complete loyalty and all the resources of his therapy. Whenever an examination or treatment is beyond his capacity he should summon another practitioner, who has the necessary ability, immediately.
A practitioner owes to his patient absolute secrecy on all events which have been confided to him or which he knows because of the confidence entrusted to him.
A practitioner must give the necessary treatment in an emergency. unless he is assured that it can and will be given by another in due time.
Every patient has the right to expect a complete and thorough examination of his disorder and that accurate records will be kept.
A practitioner should unceasingly, in the interests of his patients. improve his knowledge and skill continuously.
Duties of Practitioners to Each Other
A practitioner ought to behave towards his colleagues to create mutual trust.
A practitioner must not entice patients from his colleagues.
A practitioner must observe all the principles and guidelines laid down by CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA).

The Practitioner and Commercial Undertakings
A general ethical principle is that a practitioner should not associate himself with commerce in such a way as to let it influence, or appear to influence, his attitude towards the treatment of his patients.
Testimonials or laudatory certificates, whether for publication or not, of any appliance or apparatus or dressing or any medicinal preparation or any cosmetic or food should not be given by a practitioner.
Practitioners should not sanction the quotation of an extract from any publication or report for the purpose of the trade except with the authority of CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA).
Advertisement
A practitioner should not attempt in any way to advertise himself except by the legitimate means of proficiency in his work and by skill and success in his practice.
It is unethical for a practitioner to insert any advertisement in the public press. or issue any card or circular relating to his profession or the clinical practice except in the following circumstances:
(a) on commencing practice.
(b) on changing his or her address.
(c) on temporary absence from the practice.
(d) on resumption of the practice.
(e) on disposal of the practice.
(f) on succeeding to another practice.
 
(g) on etering or retiring from a partnership.
(h) on discontinuance of a colleague in a group practice.
A medical journal advertisement must he simple and direct as possible. Every advertisement shall be ‘run on’, without spacing and without display. The type shall he that ordinarily used for articles. No more space shall he given to the advertisement than that required to print it. Hours of consultation, address and telephone number may be inserted.
Letters of abbreviations indicating all other qualifications may be added. A statement of specialty may be included only if that specialty constitutes the practice of the healer for not less than five years.
It is unethical for any practitioner to permit his name to he used in any material relating to diseases or their treatment which is published in the public press or broadcast by radio or television. Approval may be given by CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) on application, to waive this rule when departure from anonymity is in the public or professional interests.
No interview with a media reporter on subjects relating to diseases and their treatment should be given by a practitioner except:
(a) That the name or the practitioner interviewed should not be published, nor his identity revealed in any report published of the interview, except with the approval of CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) or an authorized organization.
(b) That, if possible, a copy of the report proposed to be published be submitted for prior approval.
(c) That the practitioner interviewed should not imply that he has superior ability over other practitioners.
Public Lectures or addresses to lay audiences may be given on professional subjects in order to promote Alternative Medicines.
No practitioner except with the approval in writing of CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) shall have his name plate affixed else-where other than:
(a) at his residence.
(b) at premises where he attends regularly for the purposes of treating his patients.
Name plates shall he unostentatious in size and lettering and form, and may bear the name, qualification and practice hours. A statement of specialty may appear only if that specialty constitute the sole practice of the practitioner.
Practitioners may display the titles after conferment, in addition to their clinical qualifications.
Deregistration
The practitioner’s name may be removed from the Medical Register maintained by the Board by reasons of conviction of an indictable offence or infamous conduct in a professional respect.
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) shall have power to expel from Registrationship of any practitioner on the ground that his conduct is deemed by the COUNCIL to be detrimental to the honor and or is calculated to bring the profession or the COUNCIL into disrepute, or on the grounds that the practitioner has willfully and persistently refused to comply with the Rules of the COUNCIL or the Articles or the By-laws of the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA).
An expelled practitioner shall, be liable to pay all sums due from him to the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) at the time of his expulsion.
No canvassing for membership of any professional Society is allowed. This rule must he strictly followed at congresses and symposia.
Procedures In Ethical Matters
An ethics subcommittee may be appointed to investigate any questions of ethics which are brought to notice by the Chairman.
Teaching Courses, Symposia, Congress
Affiliated societies may make applications for recognition of their teaching curricula, symposia and congresses organized by them. The logo of the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) may only be used after obtaining written approval.
Legal Advise
 
The CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) may arrange for free legal advise for all its practitioners who desire or require such advise.
 
Mission Statement

The Executive Board of the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) believes firmly that the citizens of the world want and deserve the opportunity to receive the highest quality of health care, with the broadest range of care options. In keeping with this set of beliefs, CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH (INDIA) is organized to educate and develop health care professionals, including those already in health care practice, to serve the public with love, care and compassion. The learning community of the COUNCIL seeks to cultivate a renewed sense of purpose and leadership within each individual and to promote and enduring search for knowledge, influence and excellence in human and medical service.
Those who graduate are required to demonstrate a broad understanding and competency in health care and maintain a commitment to intellectual development, health and medical practice, and scholarship in complementary, alternative and traditional medicine.




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 What is Alternative Medicine?
 
 
Literally, Alternative Medicine means alternative to “something else”, This “something else” is western medicine or allopathy or orthodox medicine.
This term is loosely used to cover all forms of medicine except allopathy. In 1973, the Medical Faculty of the University of Rome convened the first World Congress of Alternative Medicines, and the provisional program contained no less than 135 different therapies. The experts of W.H.O. have also identified and enlisted more than 100 types of practices and they have termed these as traditional medicine.
These forms of medicine are known as traditional medicine (as most of these are practiced from time immemorial), complementary medicine (as these medicines supplement the Allopathic medicines in, many-a-cases) (as it differs from the orthodox medicine), holistic medicine (most of the alternative medical systems consider the human body as a complete being comprising of physicals mental, social and spiritual dimensions), Ethno medicine (as these traditional health care systems are closely associated with the life and culture of the masses), Natural Medicine (as these methods of treatments are based on the laws of nature and natural substances are used to treat the patients).
There are more than 100 systems of alternative medicines, still in practice all over the world. Every country, region or area has its own traditional system of health and medical care such as for the Chinese it is acupuncture, for the French, magnetic healing; for the Germans, Heilpraxis;for the Sfitish – Herbatism, for India – Ayurveda; for the Muslim countries – Unani; for the southern part of the country – Siddha; for Japan – shiatsu etc.
The most popular forms of alternative medicine are Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Siddha, Naturopathy,Yoga therapy, Acupuncture, Acupressure, Magneto therapy, Shiatsu, Medical herbalism, Meditation, Aroma therapy, Bach flower remedies, Gem therapy, Chromolherapy, Hydropathy, Diet Therapy etc.
Alternative Medicines & W. H.O.
 
The term Alternative Medicine means any form of medicine that is outside the rnain stream of western medicine as practiced by the majority of doctors today. Alternative medicine exists in all cultures to some degree and terms such as traditional medicine, indigenous medicine or folk medicine etc. are used to describe such practices. These medicines date back hundred or even thousand of years depending on the country and culture concerned. Because two thirds of the world’s population (mainly in the developing countries) relies entirely on such traditional medical therapies, the World Health Organization has declared its intention actively to encourage traditional medicine world wide in order that their goal of Health for all by the year2000 can be attained. It is interesting that even where western medical care is available the majority of people in the third wood choose to remain loyal to its indigenous medical systems. The W.H.O. has pledged itself to foster realistic approach to traditional medicine; to explore the merits of traditional medicines in the light of modern science in order to discourage harmful practices and encourage useful ones; and to promote the integration of proven valuable knowledge and skills in traditional and western medicine. And, claims one W.H.O. report, “For far too long traditional system of medicine and modern medicine have gone their separate ways in mutual antipathy. Yet are not their goals identical – to improve the health of mankind and thereby the quality of life? Only the blinkered mind would assure that the each has nothing to learn from the other.”
Dr. Andrew Stanway

Importance Of Alternative Systems Of Medicines
 
Recently we see there is a boom in various systems of alternative medicine. More and more patients are opting for alternative systems of medicine. We find a number of articles and stories in the leading-news- papers and magazines which is evident of its popularity.
There is a renewed interest in these system of medicine that were long ago. discarded in pursuance of the dynamic science of Allopathy. But after decades of serious obsession with the modern medicine system that came from the west, in India as elsewhere on the globe, people have started looking at their ancient systems again.
The most important reason which disturb and agitate the mind of the people at large and patients in particular, causing interest in alternative medicine has been the increasing side effects’ of allopathic medicine and people are getting afraid of such effects.
The second most important consideration specially in context to the third world or developing countries is the spiraling cost of the allopathic medicine.
The third reason is that when people are frustrated and not getting the desired cures of their ailments from the orthodox medicine they look for some alternative forms of healing that will bring solace and relief. Hence an Interest In alternative medicine is seen.
Besides the above primary reasons there are some subsidiary or secondary reasons of the growing popularity of the alternative medicine such as:
In many societies, especially In rural areas, there are cultural links to the traditional medical systems. Hence it is easier for the rural folk to accept It.
The simplicity of these practices also attract some people.
There are some Individuals that have religious or philosophical aversion to certain western medical practices.

Salient Features Of Alternative Medicines
 
Although Alternative Medicine includes many systems of healing and every system has its’ own features and merits, there are some common features which differentiate these from modern medicine.
(1) It considers the health of a person as well – being in Its physical, mental, social and spiritual planes whereas modern medicine treats the body as a machine i.e. main emphasis Is laid upon the physical aspects of life. Now-a-days It has been established that there Is a certain link between the various dimensions of life. Mental, social and spiritual arena have its definite role on the physical human body. Hence, to achieve permanent cure and to maintain good health one has to re-adjust the other aspects of human life too. Health is defined as a state of physical well being, mental alertness, socially adjusted, and spiritually developed.
(2) Most of the systems under alternative medicine stress upon the maintenance of health by following healthy life styles i.e. they stress upon proper diet. exercise, human relations, sexuality, positive attitudes, clean environment, moral and spiritual values etc. Thus preventive and promotive aspects of health is given its due importance. The person is made conscious to maintain his total health.
(3) Simplicity of the practices avoiding the intake of potent and hard drugs and undergoing unnecessary diagnostic and surgical interference. Every system in alternative medicine has its own unique philosophy and inexpensive methods of diagnosis and treatment.
(4) less or no side effects.
5) The time tested traditional system of medicine has a reasonable alternative and answer to most of the diseases which have no amenable answer from modern medical treatment such as collagen disorder, degenerative diseases, diseases of the bones and joints, psychosomatic disorders where behavioral, emotional and spiritual factors have a major role.
6) Faith – The sum total of above reasoning have produced a positive faith in alternative medicine among the people. It is a well known fact to all doctors that faith often cures where medicines don’t. More and more persons hence turn to other systems with faith in their hearts and a prayer on their lips and this has a magical power that can move mountains.
 
 
Guide to Some Alternative Therapies
 
 
Accupressure
Similar to acupuncture, but using finger pressure rather than fine needles
on specific points along the body to treat ailments such as tension and
stress, aches and pains, menstrual cramps, arthritis.
Acupuncture
Fine needles are inserted at specific points to stimulate, disperse, and
regulate the flow of vital energy, and restore a healthy energy balance. In
addition to pain relief, acupuncture is also used to improve well being and
treat acute, chronic, and degenerative conditions in children and adults.
Aromatherapy
Using “essential oils” distilled from plants, aromatherapy treats emotional
disorders such as stress and anxiety as well as a wide range of other
ailments. Oils are massaged into the skin in diluted form, inhaled, or
placed in baths. Aromatherapy is often used in conjunction with massage
therapy, acupuncture, reflexology, herbology, chiropractic, and other
holistic treatments.
Astrology
Astrology is a humanistic attempt at trying to understand the cycles that
we share with the forces in the Universe. The planets have corresponding
rulership to certain vitamins, minerals, cell salts, herbs, metals, colors
and parts of the body. Through the chart ,one can look to see what natal
health conditions exist. Through these precepts, we can then look at the
present and into the future to see what areas of our lives are being
effected and potentially how we can head off ill health and promote wellness.
Atlas Orthogonal
Atlas Orthogonal is a chiropractic program to evaluate and correct
subluxation based on scientific and biomechanical procedures. By
incorporating the latest advancements in scientific technology,
chiropractors can calculate, in precise detail, the vectors specific to an
individual subluxation pattern, and program their instrument with the
specific correction vectors to deliver the adjustment without any
manipulation at all.
Ayurvedic Medicine
Practiced in India for more than 5,000 years, ayurvedic tradition holds
that illness is a state of imbalance among the body’s systems that can be
detected through such diagnostic procedures as reading the pulse and
observing the tongue. Nutrition counseling, massage, natural medications,
meditation, and other modalities are used to address a broad spectrum of
ailments.
Biofeedback
A method of monitoring minute metabolic changes in one’s own body with the
aid of sensitive machines. The technique is used especially for
stress-related conditions such as asthma, migraines, insomnia, and high
blood pressure. Clients learn to make subtle adjustments to move toward a
more balanced internal state by consciously visualizing, relaxing, or
imagining while observing light, sound, or metered feedback.
Chelation Therapy
Chelation therapy is a series of intravenous injections of the synthetic
amino acid EDTA, designed to detoxify the body. It is also often used to
treat arteriosclerosis. Most frequently, this is administered in an
osteopathic or medical doctor’s office.
Chinese (Oriental) Medicine
Oriental medical practitioners are trained to use a variety of ancient and
modern therapeutic methods – including acupuncture, herbal medicine,
massage, heat therapy, and nutritional and lifestyle counseling – to treat a
broad range of both chronic and acute illnesses.
Chiropractic
The chiropractic views the spine as the backbone of human health:
misalignments of the vertebrae caused by poor posture or trauma cause
pressure on the spinal nerve roots, leading to diminished function and
illness. Through manipulation or adjustment of the spine, treatment seeks to
analyze and correct these misalignments.
Colonics
A colonic is a colon irrigation, the irrigation of the large intestine with
sanitized, filtered water under gentle pressure to wash out or detoxify it
of stagnated fecal material; it is a full intestinal enema.
Counseling/Psychotherapy
This broad category covers a range of practitioners, from career counselors
to psychotherapies who treat depression, stress, addiction, and emotional
issues. Formats can vary from individual counseling to group therapy. Some
therapists may also incorporate bodywork, ritual, energy healing, and other
alternative modalities as part of their practice.
Craniosacral Therapy
This is a manual therapeutic procedure for remedying distortions in the
structure and function of the craniosacral mechanism – the brain and spinal
cord, the bones of the skull, the sacrum, and interconnected membranes. It
is used to treat chronic pain, migraine headaches, TMJ, and a range of other
conditions.
Dance/Movement Therapies
Dance and/or movement therapy uses expressive movement as a therapeutic
tool for both personal expression and psychological or emotional healing.
Practitioners work with people with physical disabilities, addition issues,
sexual abuse histories, eating disorders, and other concerns.
Dentistry, Holistic
Holistic dentists are licensed dentists who bring an interdisciplinary
approach to their practice. The may incorporate such methods as homeopathy,
nutrition and acupuncture into their treatment plans. Most holistic dentists
emphasize wellness and preventive care while avoiding silver-mercury fillings.
Ear Candling
Primarily used for wax buildup and related hearing problems, ear candling
is also used for ear infections and sinus infections. Treatment involves
placing the narrow end of a specially designed hollow candle at the entry of
the ear canal, while the opposite end is lit.
Feng Shui
Ancient Chinese practice of arranging the home or work environment to
promote health, happiness, and prosperity. Consultants may recommend changes
in the surroundings – from color selection to furniture placement – in order
to promote a health flow of chi, or vital energy.
Flower Essences
A method of alleviating negative emotional states that may contribute to
illness or hinder personal growth. Drops of a solution infused with the
captures”essence” of a flower are placed under the tongue or in a beverage.
The practitioner helps the client choose appropriate essences, focusing on
the client’s emotional state rather than on a particular physical condition.
Herbalism
An ancient form of healing still widely used in much of the world,
herbalism uses natural plants or plant-based substances to treat a range
of illnesses and to enhance the functioning of the body’s systems. Through
herbalism is not alicensed professional modality in the United States, herbs
are “prescribed” by a range of practitioners.
Holistic Medicine
A descriptive term for a healing philosophy that views a patient as a whole
person, not as just a disease or a collection of symptoms. In the course of
treatment, holistic medical practitioners may address a client’s emotional
and spiritual dimensions as well as the nutritional, environmental, and
lifestyle factors that many contribute to an illness. Many holistic medical
practitioners combine conventional forms of treatment with natural or
alternative treatments.
Homeopathy
A medical system that uses infinitesimal doses of natural substances -
called remedies – to stimulate a person’s immune and defense system. A
remedy is individually chosen for a sick person based on its capacity to
cause, if given in overdose, physical and psychological symptoms similar to
those a patient is experiencing. Common conditions homeopathy addresses are
infant and childhood diseases, infections, fatigue, allergies, and chronic
illnesses such as arthritis.
Hypnotherapy
A means of bypassing the conscious mind and accessing the subconscious,
where suppressed memories, repressed emotions, and forgotten events may
remain recorded. Hypnosis may facilitate behavioral, emotional, or
attitudinal change such as weight loss, or smoking cessation.It is also used
to treat phobias, stress, and as an adjunct in the treatment of illness.
Iridology
The diagnostic system based on the premise that every organ has a
corresponding location within the iris of the eye, which can serve as an
indicator of the individual organ’s health or disease. Iridology is used by
naturopaths and other practitioners, particularly when diagnosis achieved
through standard methods is unclear.
Kinesiology
The study of muscles and movements. Practitioners analyze muscle function,
posture, gait, and other structural factors in addition to inquiring about
lifestyle factors that may be contributing to a health-related problem.
Nutritional supplements, muscle and joint manipulation, and lifestyle
modification may then be used as part of a treatment plan. Applied
kinesiology is used by health-care providers who are licensed to diagnose,
such as chiropractors, osteopaths, dentists, and medical doctors.
Lymph Drainage Therapy
Therapy to drain and improve the lymphatic vessels, a system of tubes or
canals through which lymph is carried from different parts of the body.
MassageTherapeutic
A general term for a range of therapeutic approaches with roots in both
Eastern and Western cultures. It involves the practice of manipulating a
person’s muscles and other soft tissue with the intent of improving a
person’s well-being or health, and may include, but not be limited to,
effleurage, deep tissue, percussion, vibration, and joint movement.
Midwifery/Childbirth Support
Midwives provide education and support during pregnancy, assist the mother
during labor and delivery, and provide follow-up care. Practitioners of
childbirth support include childbirth educators, assistants, and doulas
(women labor coaches who also provide postpartum home care).
Native American Herbology
Native American healers and spiritual leaders seldom travel far from their
homes and even more infrequently publicize their work – it is not the way.
However, there is a body of knowledge about the herbal treatments used by
various Native People. Much of the information has been tested and
incorporated into our present herbal therapies.
Natural Products
Products composed of organically grown plants and containing no chemicals.
These products may be used cosmetically as well as for health and nutrition.
Naturopathic Medicine
Naturopathic physicians work to restore and support the body’s ownhealing
abilities using a variety of modalities including nutrition, herbal
medicine, homeopathic medicine, and orient medicine. A primary health-care
system emphasizes the curative power of nature, treating both acute and
chronic illnesses in all age groups.
Network Chiropractic
This refers to a network of independent chiropractic offices that use
Network Spinal Analysis, a method characterized by the sequential
application of a number of gentle, specific adjusting techniques. Care
progresses through a series of levels that parallel spinal and
quality-of-life changes.
Ohashiatsu
A system of physical techniques, exercise and meditation used to relieve
tension and fatigue and induce a state of harmony and peace. The
practitioner first assesses a person’s state by feeling the hara, the area
below the navel. Then, using continuous and flowing movements, the
practitioner presses and stretches the body’s energy channels, working in
unison with the person’s breathing.
Osteopathic Medicine
Osteopathic physicians provide comprehensive medical care, including
preventive medicine, diagnosis, surgery, prescription medications, and
hospital referrals. In diagnosis and treatment, they pay particular
attention to the joints, bones, muscles, and nerves and are specially
trained in osteopathic manipulative treatment – using their hands to
diagnose, treat, and prevent illness.
Reconstructive Therapy/Prolotherapy
Reconstructive therapy uses injections of natural substances such as
dextrose, glycerin, and phenol in order to stimulate the growth of
connective tissue and this strengthen weak or damaged joints, cartilage,
ligaments, and tendons. This therapy is used to treat degenerative
arthritis, lower back pain, torn ligaments and cartilage, carpal tunnel
syndrome, and other conditions.
Reflexology
This modality is based on the idea that specific points on the feet and
hands correspond with organs and tissues throughout the body. With fingers
and thumbs, the practitioner applies pressure to these points to treat a
wide range of stress-related illnesses.
Reiki
Practitioners of this ancient Tibetan healing system use light hand
placements to channel healing energies to the recipient. While practitioners
may vary widely in technique and philosophy, Reiki is commonly used to treat
emotional and mental distress as well as chronic and acute physical
problems, and to assist the recipient in achieving spiritual focus and clarity.
Rolfing
A massage technique using deep manipulation of the fascia (connective
tissue) to restore the body’s natural alignment, which may have become rigid
through injury, emotional trauma, and inefficient movement habits. The
process involves ten sessions, each focusing on a different part of the body.
Shiatsu
The most widely known form of accupressure, shiatsu has been used in Japan
for more than 1,000 years to treat pain and illness and for general health
maintenance. Using a series of techniques, practitioners apply rhythmic
finger pressure at specific points on the body in order to stimulate chi, or
the vital energy.
Tibetan Medicine
Evolved as a systhesis of Tibetan, Chinese and Persian Medicine, and even
Ayurveda. These remedies include indigenous herbs, fruits, flowers, metalic
powders and minerals given in tablets, and are especially effected in
treating rheumatism, asthma, gastritis, diabetes and many neurological
disorders.
Unani
Involves the use of plants and herbs, these remedies are known to provide
cures for diseases such as sinusitus , leucoderma, rheumatism, jaundice and
elephantiasis.
Vision Therapies
Through exercise and relaxation techniques, vision may actually be improved
to the point that glasses may no longer be needed. Therapies are typically
offered by licensed optometrists and ophthalmologists.
Vitamin Therapy
A complementary therapy of vitamin usage combined with other treatments to
address a range of illnesses and to enhance the functioning of the body’s
systems. Assists the immune system in combating diseases such as Chronic
Fatigue Syndrome and HIV/AIDS.
Wellness Restoration
A comprehensive program designed to increase muscle mass by using adequate
nutrition, supplementation, anabolic steroid therapy and resistance weight
training to prevent/reverse wasting in HIV disease.
Yoga Therapy
The use of yoga to address mental and physical problems while integrating
body and mind.


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Various Systems of Alternative Medicine


 Accupressure
Acupuncture
Auricular Therapy
Alexander Technique
Art therapy
Aromatherapy
Autogenic Training & Therapy
Auto-suggestion
Ayurveda
Anthroposophical Medicine
Auras
Auto-Urine therapy
Astrotherapy
Bach Flower Remedies
Bioenergetics
Body Oriented Psychotherapies
Biofeedback Training
Biorhythms
Biochemic Medicine
Breath Therapy
Bio-electro Magnetic -
Transmission – Therapy
Chiropractice
Cellular Therapy
Herbalism
Homoeopathy
Hypnotherapy
Hydrotherapy
Chromotherapy
Colonic Hygiene & Therapy
Counselling
Chiropady
Chinese Medicine
Copper Treatment
Cupping
Do-In Therapy
Dance Drama Therapy
Dowsing
Diet Therapy
Electrotherapy
Electro Homoeopathy
Feldenkrais Method
Fasting Therapy
Faith Healing
gem Therapy
Gest-talt
Massage
Macrobiotics
Megavitamin Therapy
Moxibustion
Myotherapy
Music Therapy
Meditation
Magnetotherapy
Mud Therapy
Iridology
Physiotherapy
Pattern Therapy
Psionic Medicine
Pyramid Healing
Polarity Therapy
Past Life Therapy
Psychotherapy
Pranic Healing
Reflexology
Reiki
Radiesthesia
Radionics
Rolfing
Sleep Therapy
Transpersonal
Psychotherapy
Unani
Vastu Chikitsa (Astro-Architecture)
Voice Therapy
Vegetarianism
Kinesiology
(T.F.H./Touch for Health)
Kerlian Photography
Laughter Therapy
Mantra Therapy
Heliotherapy
Visualisation Therapy
Wheat-Grass Therapy
Yoga Therapy
Zen Therapy
Shiatsu
Shamanism
Siddha
Sound Therapy
Spiritual Healing
Silva Method
Taichi – Aikido & Maritial Arts
Tantra Therapy
Therapeutic touch
Tibetan Medicine
Trager Work
Teletherapy
Tibb
Naturopathy
Organic Therapy
Osteopathy
Oriental Medicine & Diagnosis
Indo Allopathy
 
 
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Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. 

 

Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXIX of Mumbai 1950 & under Act XXVI of Mumbai 1961.Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 Literary & Scientific Institution Act 1954. Applicable to the advancement & promotion of Alternative Medical Science in several state of India.

 

 

 

 

 

SYLLABUS FOR
ELECTIVES


ACUPRESSURE


A.
1. INTRODUCTION
2. HISTORY OF ACUPRESSURE
3. THE SCIENCE OF ACUPRESSURE
4. THE BENEFITS OF ACUPRESSURE
5. DIRECTIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
6. LOCATIONS OF IMPORTANT ACU – POINTS
7. ACUPRESSURE TREATMENT OF COMMON DISEASES
B.
1. HISTORY OF SHIATSU
2. MACROBIOTICS
3. NATURAL FORCES
4. CAUSE OF ILLNESS
5. FUNDAMENTALS OF HEALTH
I. CONSCIOUSNESS
II. BREATHING
III. MOVEMENT
IV. DIET
V. SEX
VI. SLEEP
6. PREPARATION FOR TREATMENT
I. ADVICE TO THE GIVER
II. ADVICE TO THE RECEIVER
7. SHIATSU TECHNIQUE
8. COMPLETE SHIATSU TREATMENT
9. MOXIBUSTION
10. TREATING COMMON PROBLEMS
I. INTERNAL ORGANS
II. FIVE TRANSFORMATIONS
III. BODY
IV. NECK
V. HEAD
VI. FACE
VII. FEET
VIII. CHILDREN’S PROBLEMS
11. EMOTIONAL CONDITIONS
12. FIRST AID
13. HOME REMEDIES
14. USEFUL ACUPOINTS
15. GLOSSARY OF SPECIALTY FOODS
16. NATURAL LAWS
17. UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLES
18. LAWS OF CHANGE
19. CONDITIONS TREATABLE WITH SHIATSU...


 

ACUPUNCTURE
A.
1. INTRODUCTION
2. CHINESE PHILOSOPHY
3. THE ORGAN CLOCK
4. STIMULATION TECHNIQUES
5. MERIDIANS
6. WONDER MERIDIANS
7. THE TENDINO MUSCULAR MERIDIANS
8. APPLICATION OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MAGNET THERAPY
9. THERAPY INDEX
B.
1. A BRIEF HISTORY
2. MODERN SCIENTIFIC VIEWS
3. MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES
4. PRECAUTIONS
5. ANATOMY OF ACUPUNCTURE
6. THE SYSTEM OF CHANNELS AND COLLATERALS
7. LUNG CHANNEL (LU.)
8. LARGE INTESTINE CHANNEL (L.I.)
9. STOMACH CHANNEL (ST.)
10. SPLEEN CHANNEL (SP.)
11. HEART CHANNEL (H.)
12. SMALL INTESTINE CHANNEL (S.I.)
13. URINARY BLADDER CHANNEL (U.B.)
14. KIDNEY CHANNEL (K.)
15. PERICARDIUM CHANNEL (P.)
16. SANJIAO CHANNEL (S.J.)
17. GALL BLADDER CHANNEL (G.B.)
18. LIVER CHANNEL (LIV.)
19. DU CHANNEL (DU)
20. REN CHANNEL (REN.)
21. THE EXTRAORDINARY POINTS (EX.)
22. THE UN- NUMBERED EXTRAORDINARY POINTS (U.EX.)
23. PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTS
24. TRADITIONAL CHINESE DIAGNOSIS
25. THE CIRCULATION OF VITAL ENERGY (QI)
26. THE PRINCIPLES OF ACUPUNCTURE POINT SELECTION
27. STEMATIC THERAPY
28. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
29. RESPIRATORY DISORDERS
30. CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS
31. BLOOD DISORDERS
32. DISORDERS OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM
33. HEPATIC, BILIARY, SPLENIC AND PANCREATIC DISORDERS
34. GENITOURINARY DISORDERS
35. DISORDERS OF WOMEN
36. LOCOMOTOR DISORDERS- DISEASES OF SOFT TISSUES, MUSCLES, BONES AND JOINTS
37. SKIN DISORDERS
38. EAR DISORDERS
39. EYE DISORDERS
40. ENDOCRINE DISORDERS
41. PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS
42. DISORDERS OF CHILDREN
43. ACUTE DISORDERS
44. TRADITIONAL CHINESE THERAPEUTICS
45. THE ANCILLARY TECHNIQUES OF ACUPUNCTURE
46. ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA IN CHILDBIRTH
47. PROGNOSIS OF DISEASE WITH ACUPUNCTURE
48. AURICULOTHERAPY
49. SCALP ACUPUNCTURE
50. LOCATIONS OF ALL ACUPUNCTURE POINTS OF THE 14 CHANNELS
51. GLOSSARY OF COMMON TERMS USED IN ACUPUNCTURE PRACTICE
52. APPENDIX ON COMPLICATIONS
53. TAI YUN – THE GREAT 60 YEAR CHINESE CALENDER
54. SOME COMMON WESTERN MEDICAL (ALLOPATHIC) DISORDERS WITH THEIR TRADITIONAL CHINESE AND HOMOEOPATHIC EQUIVALENTS
55. THE CHINESE LANGUAGE
56. SOME COMMON IDEOGRAMS AND THEIR MEANINGS
57. CORRESPONDENSE OF THE 5 ELEMENTS
58. NATURE
59. HEALTH CARE / MEDICINE
60. NUMBERS.....


AROMATHERAPY


A. UNDERSTANDING AROMATHERAPY
1. AN ANCIENT CONCEPT IN A MODERN AGE
2. AROMATHERAPY AT HOME
3. WHERE DO THESE OILS COME FROM
4. HOW TO RECOGNIZE AN ESSENTIAL OIL
5. CARRIER OILS
B. ESSENTIAL OILS AND THEIR POWERS
1. MASSAGE FOR EVERYONE
2. THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MASSAGE
3. DOS AND DON’TS
4. CREATING THE RIGHT ATMOSPHERE
5. SIMPLE BODY MASSAGE STEP –BY –STEP
6. SELF – MASSAGE
C. AROMABEAUTY
1. SKIN TYPE
2. CLEANSE, BALANCE, MOISTURIZE
D. AROMATHERAPY AND PREGNANCY
1. IN THE BEGINNING (FIRST TO THIRD MONTHS)
2. THE MIDDLE MONTHS (FOURTH TO SIXTH MONTHS)
3. THE FINAL MONTHS (SEVENTH TO NINTH MONTHS)
4. GENTLE WAYS TO MASSAGE
5. HELP FOR STRETCH MARKS
6. AROMATHERAPY DURING LABOUR
E. TREATS FOR CHILDREN
1. REMEDIES FOR COMMON CHILDHOOD AILMENTS
2. HELPING YOUR CHILD TO SLEEP
3. BABY MASSAGE
4. AROMATHERAPY FOR YOUR BABY
F. AROMATHERAPY FOR EVERYONE
1. HELP FOR STRESS
2. TREATMENTS FOR SKIN, HAIR AND BODY
3. SPORT
4. OVER – INDULGENCE AIDS...

AURA HEALING
A. WHAT IS THE AURA
B. FEELING THE AURA
C. LEARNING TO SEE THE AURA
D. MEASURING YOUR AURIC FIELD
E. THE MEANING OF COLORS IN THE AURA
F. STRENGTHENING & PROTECTING THE AURA..

BACH FLOWER REMEDIES
A. INTRODUCTION
B. THE THIRTY- EIGHT REMEDIES
C. RESCUE REMEDIES
D. CASE HISTORIES
E. REPERTORY
F. WHAT IS UNIQUE ABOUT BACH FLOWER REMEDIES
G. IRRELEVANCE OF PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS
H. UNDISTURBED MIND IS THE KEY TO HEALTH
I. MENTAL DISTURBANCE ALONE, DETERMINES THE EXTENT OF MEDICAL HELP REQUIRED
J. THE SAME COMBINATION OF BACH FLOWER REMEDIES PRESCRIBED FOR DIVERSE CHRONIC AILMENTS
K. THE TWELVE HEALERS
L. AFTER TWELVE HEALERS
M. HOW DO BACH FLOWER REMEDIES WORK IN HEALING BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT
N. ILLNESS IS A REFLECTION OF DISHARMONY BETWEEN THE SOUL AND THE CONSCIOUS PERSONALITY
O. BACH FLOWER ESSENCES NEUTRALIZE THE NEGATIVE EMOTIONAL STATE AND FLOOD THE SYSTEM WITH POSITIVE HEALING VIBRATIONS
P. DR. BACH WAS SO SENSITIVE PHYSICALLY THAT HE COULD SENSE THE KIND OF EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE WHICH A PARTICULAR FLOWER WAS CAPABLE OF NEUTRALIZING
Q. WHAT ARE BACH FLOWER ESSENCES
R. BACH FLOWER REMEDIES
S. RESCUE REMEDY...

BEAUTY THERAPY
A. SKIN AND SKIN CARE
1. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF YOUR SKIN
2. DIET AND YOUR SKIN
3. SKIN AND YOUR ENVIRONMENT
4. POINTS TO REMEMBER WHEN USING A SUNSCREEN
5. CLEANSING YOUR SKIN
6. MOISTURISERS
7. FEED YOUR SKIN

B. MAKE-UP AND THE ART OF DRESSING UP
1. CHOOSING YOUR MAKE-UP WITH CARE
2. FOUNDATIONS AND BLUSHERS
3. EYE-COSMETICS
4. AN ARRAY OF COSMETICS FOR LIPS
5. SPECIAL COSMETICS
6. PREPARATION OF THE FACE FOR MAKE-UP
7. THE ACTUAL APPLICATION OF MAKE-UP

C. SKIN DISEASES
1. DRY SKIN
2. ACNE
3. DISCOLOURATION OF SKIN
4. INFECTIONS
5. SKIN ALLERGIES
6. CARING FOR YOUR FEET AND HANDS
7. MOLES AND TUMOURS
8. AGE AND YOUR SKIN

D. HAIR AND SCALP
1. STRUCTURE OF HAIR
2. SHAPE AND COLOUR OF HAIR
3. HAIR GROWTH
4. NORMAL CARE FOR YOUR HAIR
5. INJURED HAIR
6. HAIR COLOURANTS
7. CURLING AND STRAIGHTENING OF HAIR
8. SETTING YOUR HAIR

E. PROBLEMS WITH THE HAIR AND SCALP
1. ITCHY SCALP
2. GREYING OF HAIR
3. DEALING WITH SUPERFLUOUS HAIR

4. LOSING HAIR
F. NAIL AND NAIL CARE
1. NAIL FORMATION AND GROWTH
2. NAIL DAMAGE AND ITS PREVENTION
3. PAMPER YOURSELF
4. COSMETICS FOR NAILS
5. COMMON NAIL PROBLEMS

G. TEETH AND MOUTH CARE
1. STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT
2. REGULAR CLEANING OF TEETH
3. DIET AND YOUR TEETH
4. DENTAL CARIES
5. GUM INFLAMMATION (PYORRHOEA)
6. TOOTH STAINS
7. CORRECTIVE DENTISTRY
8. ORAL CANCER AND PRECANCEROUS LESIONS

H. BODY CARE
1. YOUR POSTURE
2. WEIGHTY PROBLEMS
3. EXERCISE YOUR BODY
4. BREAST CARE
5. BODY ODOUR

I. COSMETIC SURGERY
1. SCOPE OF COSMETIC SURGERY
2. COMMON COSMETIC OPERATIONS
3. CHOOSING YOUR LOOKS
4. FOR THE WRINKLED SKIN
5. CONTOURING THE BODY
6. LASER SURGERY..


BIOCHEMIC MEDICINES


A. INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMIC MEDICINES DEFINITION, HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY
B. THERAPEUTICAL APPLICATION OF THE TWELVE TISSUE REMEDIES
C. BIO COMBINATION CHART
D. BIO CHEMIC TREATMENT AILMENTWISE..

COUNSELLING & PSYCHOTHERAPY
A. PROVIDING EFFECTING COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
1. CONTEXTS OF EFFECTIVE TREATMENT
B. TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING BACKGROUND
1. OVERVIEW OF BACKGROUND-FOCUSED TREATMNT SYSTEMS.
2. SIGMUND FREUD AND CLASSIC PSYCHOANALYSIS
3. ALFRED ADLER AND INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY
4. POST- AND NEO-FREUDIANS: ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY, EGO PSYCHOLOGY, OBJECT RELATIONS, AND SELF PSYCHOLOGY
5. BRIEF PSYCHODYNAMIC THERAPY
C. TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING EMOTIONS AND SENSATIONS
1. OVERVIEW OF EMOTION-FOCUSED TREATMENT SYSTEMS
2. CARL ROGERS AND PERSON-CENTERED COUNSELING
3. EXISTENTIAL THERAPY
4. GESTALT THERAPY
5. EMERGING APPROACHES EMPHASIZING EMOTIONS AND SENSATIONS
D. TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING THOUGHTS
1. OVERVIEW OF THOUGHT-FOCUSED TREATMENT SYSTEMS
2. ALBERT ELLIS AND RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY
3. AARON BECK AND COGNITIVE THERAPY
E. TREATMENT SYSTEMS EMPHASIZING ACTIONS
1. OVERVIEW OF ACTION-FOCUSED TREATMENT SYSTEMS
2. BEHAVIOR THERAPY AND COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
3. REALITY THERAPY
4. SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY
5. TRANSPERSONAL THERAPY AND EMERGING APPROACHES EMPHASIZING MINDFULNESS
6. FAMILY AND COUPLES THERAPY
F. INTEGRATED AND ECLECTIC TREATMENT SYSTEMS
1. OVERVIEW OF INTEGRATED AND ECLECTIC TREATMENT SYSTEMS
2. THEORIES OF INTEGRATED AND ECLECTIC TREATMENT
G. UNDERSTANDING TREATMENT SYSTEMS
1. SOLIDIFYING UNDERSTANDING OF TREATMENT SYSTEM.

CHINESE MEDICINES
1. Causes of Diseases and Treatment Strategies
1. Six atmospheric forces as external causes
2. Seven emotions as internal causes
3. Foods and fatigue as mixed causes

2. Meridians and Acupuncture
1. The theory of meridians
2. Acupuncture points and their relationship to meridians
3. Treament functions of acupuncture points
4. Treatment of diseases using acupuncture points
3. Food and Herbal Cures
1. Food cures
2. Herbal cures
4. Syndromes and Physical Constitution
1. Treatment based on thirteen general syndromes: cold syndrome, hot syndrome, lumpy and hard syndrome, external attack syndrome, fatigue syndrome, congestion syndrome, retention syndrome, dry syndrome, spastic syndrome, loose syndrome, deficient syndrome, paralysis syndrome, nervous syndrome
2. Treatment of five basic types of physical constitution
5. The Healing Effects of Exercise
1. Walking
2. Classic Tai Chi exercises
3. The eight body movements
4. Self-massage techniques
5. Qi Gong exercises
6. Active Tai Chi
6. Treatment of Common Diseases in Western Medicine
1. The digestive system: allergic enteritis, cirrhosis, gallstones, chronic gastritis, acute gastroenteritis, chronic hepatitis
2. The respiratory system: bronchial asthma, bronchiectasis, acute bronchitis, chronic bronchitis, pneumonia
3. The cardiovascular system: hypertension; coronary heart disease, angina pectoris, and myocardial infarction
4. The urogenital system: acute cholecystitis and gallstone, urinary infections, acute nephritis, chronic nephritis
5. The blood and endocrine systems and the metabolism: diabetes mellitus, simple goiter and hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, hypoglycemia, osteoporosis, hyperlipidemia
6. The nervous system: arthritis and rheumatism, trigeminal neuralgia, neurasthenia, sciatica
7. Diseases in Men
1. Urinary disorders
2. Diseases of the prostate
3. Sexual dysfunction
8. Treatment of Pregnancy Disorders
1. Prenatal care
2. Prenatal care month by month
3. Treatment of prenatal disorders
9. Postnatal Care and Treatment of Disorders
1. Treatment of postnatal disorders
10. Treatment of Specific Disorders in Women
1. Premenstrual syndrome
2. Treatment of infertility in women
3. Treatment of perimenopause
4. Treatment of osteoporosis

 

 

 

CHIROPRACTIC


A. INTRODUCTION
B. HISTORY
C. WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC
D. CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT TECHNIQUES
E. TWO SCHOOLS OF CHIROPRACTORS
F. NETWORK CHIROPRACTIC
G. MCTIMONEY CHIROPRACTIC
H. SAFETY & PRECAUTIONS
I. EFFECTIVENESS OF CHIROPRACTIC
J. TREATMENT
K. SIDE EFFECTS OF CHIROPRACTIC..

COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF HOMOEOPATHY, AYURVEDA & NATUROPATHY
A. HOMEOPATHY
1. HOMOEOPATHY
2. FEVERS
3. DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS
4. DISORDER OF THE HEAD AND FACE
5. SKIN DISEASES
6. RESPIRATORY DISORDERS
7. HEART DISEASES
8. MENTAL DISORDERS
9. URINARY PROBLEMS
10. SEX DISEASES OF THE MALE
11. SOME MORE DISEASES
12. DISEASES OF THE WOMEN
13. DISEASES OF THE CHILDREN
14. FIRST AID & EMERGENCIES


B. AYURVEDA


1. AYURVEDA-AN OVERVIEW
2. THE BODY CONSTITUENTS AND DISEASE
3. DIAGNOSIS IN AYURVEDA
4. IMPORTANCE OF BODY CARE AND DIET IN AYURVEDA
5. THE ROLE OF PANCHA KARMA
6. FEVERS
7. DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY ORGANS
8. DISEASES OF SKIN & HAIR
9. DISEASES OF EYES, EARS, TEETH & GUMS
10. DISEASES OF THE LIVER & CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
11. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
12. DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
13. METABOLISM & DISORDER OF THE ENDOCRINE GLANDS
14. DISEASES OF THE URINARY & REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
15. RASAYANA: THE KEY TO REJUVENATION
16. APPENDICES
C. NATUROPATHY
1. WHAT IS NATUROPATHY
2. THE METHODS USED IN NATUROPATHY
3. DISEASES OF THE INTESTINES
4. FEVERS
5. DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY ORGANS
6. AILMENTS OF SKIN, BODY AND HEART
7. DISORDER OF THE BLOOD & ITS CIRCULATION
8. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
9. SEXUAL DISORDER
..

CRYSTAL HEALING


A. INTRODUCTION
B. STONE DREAMING
C. CRYSTAL ALCHEMY
D. THE CRYSTAL SYSTEMS
E. SOUND AND LIGHT
F. METALS
G. MEDICINE HEALING FOR THE BODY-EARTH
H. MORE CRYSTAL MEDICINES
I. A STONE ENCYCLOPEDIA..


CUPPING THERAPY


SECTION ONE
1. THE STARTING POINT
2. SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS OF CUPPING
3. DEFINITION OF CUPPING
4. THE HISTORY OF CUPPING
SECTION TWO
1. THE PRECISE SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL RULES FOR CUPPING OPERATION
2. THE PLACE OF PERSON’S BODY FOR APPLYING THE CUPPING OPERATION
3. THE SUITABLE AGE FOR APPLYING CUPPING OPERATION
4. TIMING OF APPLYING CUPPING OPERATION
5. THE RELATION BETWEEN THE MOON AND CUPPING
6. THE PHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITION OF THE BODY
7. WHAT SHOULD THE PERSON TO BE CUPPED DO ON THE DAY OF CUPPING?
8. THE CUPPING OPERATION AND ITS PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECT
9. INTRIGUED TRADITIONS (HADITHS) AGAINST THE CUPPING OPERATION
SECTION THREE
WE HAVE A STANCE
SECTION FOUR
MEDICAL PERSPECTIVE IN UNDERSTANDING SOME MECHANISMS FOLLOWED BY THE CUPPING OPERATION TO CURE OR IMPROVE A NUMBER OF HOPELESS DISEASES
SECTION FIVE
1. THE SIMPLE CUPPING INSTRUMENTS
2. THE MECHANISM OF THE CUP OF CUPPING (KNOWN AS AIR-CUPS)
3. APPLICATION METHOD OF THE CUPPING TREATMENT
SECTION SIX
1. THE GENERAL LAB REPORT OF THE SYSTEMATIC SCIENTIFIC STUDY ABOUT THE CUPPING OPERATION
2. A SYSTEMATIC STUDY ON CUPPING OPERATION, YEAR 2000
3. CLINICAL MEDICAL RESEARCH TEAM
4. MEMBERS OF THE MEDICAL LABORATORY
5. BEWARE OF THE CONJURERS AND OF THOSE PANTING FOR MONEY!
SECTION SEVEN
ISSUED TO THE GREAT HUMANE EMINENT SCHOLAR MOHAMMAD AMIN SHEIKHO
..

DIET & NUTRITION


A. THEORY OF DIETETICS
1. FOOD, NUTRITION & HEALTH
2. CLASSIFICATION OF FOODS
3. THE CHEMISTRY OF FOOD
4. TRANSFORMATIONOF FOOD
5. THE ACIDS OF FOOD
6. FOOD COMBINATION
7. THE ACID-ALKALINE BASE EQUILIBRIUM
8. THE CALORIE-THE ENERGY OF FOOD
9. MALNUTRITION VERSUS UNDERNUTRITION
10. HUNGER VERSUS APPETITE
11. IS ANIMAL FLESH NECESSARY?

B. PRACTICE OF DIETETICS
1. DIET-THERAPY & REGIMEN
2. INFANT FEEDING
3. AUTO-INTOXICATION
4. FASTING FOR HEALTH
5. CLEANSING DIET
6. THE MONO-DIET
7. THE BLAND DIET
8. THE LAXATIVE DIET
9. DIET IN CONSTIPATION
10. FRESH OR RAW DIET
11. CHANGING OF THE INTESTINAL FLORA
12. THE MILK CURE

C. PRINCIPLES OF DIETETICS
1. DIET, THE SECRET OF GOOD HEALTH & DISEASE
2. DIETETICS
3. BIOCHEMISTRY OF DIETETICS
4. VITAL FACTS ABOUT PROTEIN
5. FACTS ABOUT CHOLESTEROL
6. THE WONDERS OF LECITHIN
7. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
8. KITCHEN-THE ABBATOIR OF THE MODERN CIVILIZATION
9. HEALTH COOKERY
10. THE BALANCED DIET
11. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF NUTRITION
12. CONCLUSION

D. KNOW YOUR FOOD
1. CEREALS
2. CELLULOSE
3. FRUITS
4. DRIED FRUITS
5. FLESH FOODS
6. MILK
7. NUTS & OILSEEDS
8. PULSES
9. SUGARS & STARCHES
10. VEGETABLES
11. CONDIMENTS
12. BEVERAGES

E. QUICK REFERENCE CALORIE CHART
1. MENU PLANNING
2. FUNCTIONAL FOODS & VEGETERIAN DIETS
3. NUTRITIONAL & FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOR INFANTS
4. NUTRITIONAL & FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN
5. NUTRITIONAL & FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
6. NUTRITIONAL & FOOD REQUIREMENTS OF ADOLESCENTS
7. NUTRITIONAL & FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS
8. NUTRITIONAL & FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOR LACTATING WOMEN
9. NUTRITIONAL & FOOD REQUIREMENTS DURING OLD AGE
10. NUTRITIONAL ANAEMIA
11. INTRODUCTION TO DIET THERAPY
12. THERAPEUTIC DIETS
13. DIET IN INFECTIONS & FEVERS
14. DIET IN OBESITY & UNDERWEIGHT
15. DIET IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
16. DIET IN GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES
17. DIET IN DISEASES OF LIVER
18. DIET IN DIABETES MELLITUS
19. DIET IN DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS
20. FOOD SENSITIVITY
21. DIET IN GENETIC DISORDERS
22. DIET IN CANCER
23. SPORTS NUTRITION
24. THE DIETITIAN..


ELECTRO HOMOEOPATHY


A. INTRODUCTION
B. REMEDIES & THEIR APPLICATION
C. ANATOMICAL & PHYSIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES
D. DISEASES
E. APPENDIX
..

FENG SHUI


A. INTRODUCTION
B. THE BA GUA
C. THE SYMBOLS

1. THE ELEMENTS
2. YOUR BIRTH YEAR
3. YIN AND YANG: A BALANCE OF OPPOSITES
4. THE PHYSICAL WORLD AND FENG SHUI
5. THE LINK BETWEEN HOUSES AND ROADS
6. THE ALL-IMPORTANT MAIN DOOR
7. INSIDE YOUR HOME
8. FENG SHUI AND THE FAMILY
9. BUYING THE IDEAL HOME
10. LOVE, WEALTH, LUCK AND MARRAIGE
11. GENERAL FENG SHUI FOR HOMES
..


GEM-TELE-CHROMO THERAPY


A. GEM THERAPY


1. SEVEN RAYS IF THE RAINBOW
2. NATURE & POWER OF GEMS
3. GEMS & THEIR USES IN ANCIENT TIMES
4. GEMS ARE MINES OF COSMIC RAYS
5. GEMS & THE RAINBOW
6. USE OF GEMS IN AYURVEDA
7. USE OF GEMS IN ASTROLOGY
8. GEM THERAPY AND ALLIED SCIENCES
9. DISEASES & COSMIC RAYS
10. THE SEVEN PLEXII AND DISEASES
11. GEMS-TELETHERAPY & THE SUBTLE ANATOMY OF MAN
12. MARVELS OF GEM THERAPY
13. GEM MEDICINES: METHOD OF PREPARATION
14. DISEASES & GEM PRESCRIPTIONS
15. CONCLUSION

B. TELE THERAPY


1. COLOURS AND PLANETS
2. WHAT IS TELETHERAPY
3. VIBRATORS IN TELETHERAPY
4. MARVELS OF TELETHERAPY
5. THE RATIONALE OF COSMIC RAY THERAPY
6. LEAM : A WORKING HYPOTHESIS CONCERNING THE COSMIC RAYS
7. COLOUR THERAPY THROUGH BROADCASTING
8. A DISCOURSE ON RADIESTHESIA AND TELETHERAPY
9. PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE OF TELETHERAPY
10. TELETHERAPY AND POLIOMYELITIS
11. HOW TELETHERAPY CURES
12. ELECTRONIC DIAGNOSTIC INSTRUMENT
13. THE SEARCH FOR THE KEY
14. BRAVO TELETHERAPY
15. THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF TELETHERAPY
16. MAGNET DOWSING
17. RANDOM EXPERIENCE OF RADIESTHESIA
18. DISSOLVING DEPOSITS WITH HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES SELECTED RADIESTHETICALLY
19. RELIABLE REWARDING GEM REMEDIES
20. HOW I COME TO BE A GEM THERAPIST
21. MAGNET DOWSING OR RADIESTHESIA
22. MARVELLOUS PLANETARY GEM THERAPY
23. CASE REPORTS
24. MAGNET THERAPY
25. NEW DISCOVERIES OF TWENTIETH CENTURY
26. IMPORTANCE OF THE PLANETORY GEMS
27. WHITHER MEDICINE
28. EXORCISM – A MYTH OR TRUTH
29. AYURVEDA THE ANCIENT INDIAN SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

 

A. COLOR THERAPY


1. THEORY: PAST AND PRESENT
I. COLOR & LIGHT: MODERN VIEWS
II. COLOR & LIGHT: VIEWS OF THE PAST

2. HOW TO HEAL WITH COLOR
I. HOW TO LOSE OR GAIN WEIGHT WITH COLOR
II. PROPERTIES OF COLOR
III. THE HEALING POWERS OF THE INDIVIDUAL COLORS
IV. DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASE
V. TREATMENT: PRINCIPLES & TECHNIQUES
VI. TREATMENT OF SPECIFIC DISEASES WITH COLOR
VII. FOODS & THEIR COLORS..

HERBAL MEDICINE
A. DISEASE WHICH RESPONDS TO HERBAL TREATMENT (WESTERN)
o ALFALFA – ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, DROPSY, HEART DISORDERS, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, STOMACH DISORDERS.
o ANISEED – DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, CATARACT, ASTHMA, INSOMNIA,
o ARJUNA – HEART DISORDERS, ASTHMA, FRACTURES AND CONTUSIONS, DIARRHOEA AND DYSNETERY, ACNE.
o ASAFOEDITA – RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, HYSTERIA, IMPOTENCY, CHILDREN’S DISORDERS, STOMACH DISORDERS.ETC
o BABUL – DIARRHOEA, TEETH DISORDERS, ECZEMA, CONJUNCTIVITIS, EPIPHORA, LEUCORRHOEA.
o BAEL FRUIT – CONSTIPATION, DIARRHOEA AND DYSENTERY, PEPTIC ULCER, EAR PROBLEMS, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS.
o BAMBOO – STOMACH DISORDERS, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, MENSTRUAL DISORDERS, INTESTINAL WORMS, WOUNDS.
o BANYAN – DIARRHOEA AND DYSENTERY, PILES, FEMALE STERILITY, LEUCORRHOEA, TEETH AND SKIN DISORDERS.
o BELLERIC MYROBLAN – COUGH, STOMACH DISORDERS, SORE THROAT, CHRONIC CONSTIPATION, INTESTINAL WORMS ETC.
o BETEL LEAVES – SCANTY OR OBSTRUCTED URINATION, WEAKNESS OF NERVES, CONSTIPATION, SORE THROAT, ETC.
o BISHOP’S WEED – GASTRO-INTESTINAL DISORDERS, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, COMMON COLD, MIGRAINE. ETC.
o BLACK NIGHTSHADE – DROPSY, FEVERS, STOMACH DISORDERS, ASTHMA, ETC.
o BUTEA – DIARRHOEA AND DYSENTERY, INTESTINAL WORMS, SKIN DISORDERS, ETC.
o CARAWAY SEEDS – STOMACH DISORDERS, HOOKWORMS, SCABIES, BAD BREADTH, ETC.
o CARDAMOM – DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, BAD BREADTH, DEPRESSION, ETC.
o CASSIA – CONSTIPATION, COMMON COLD, FEVERS, INTESTINAL DISORDERS, ETC.
o CASTOR SEEDS - ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, SKIN DISORDERS, PROBLEM OF BREAST MILK SECRETION, ETC.
o CELERY – ANAEMIA, ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NERVOUS AFFLICTIONS, BLOOD AND RESPIRATORY DISORDERS.
o CHEBULIC MYROBLAN – ACIDITY, CONSTIPATION, DIARRHOEA AND DYSENTERY, PILES, ETC.
o CHICORY – ANAEMIA, EYE DEFECTS, CONSTIPATION, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, ETC.
o CINNAMON – COMMON COLD, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, BAD BREATH, HEADACHE, ACHE, ETC.
o CLOVE – DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, CHOLERA, COUGHS, ASTHMA, TEETH DISORDERS, ETC.
o CORIANDER – DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, SMALL POX, HIGH CHOLESTEROL LEVEL.
o CUMIN SEEDS – DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, PILES, INSOMNIA, RENAL COLIC, ETC.
o CURRY LEAVES – DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, DIABETES, KIDNEY DISORDERS, ETC.
o DABDELION – BONE DISORDERS, LIVER AND GALL BLADDER DYSFUNCTIONS, ETC.
o DATURA – ASTHMA, MALARIA, HEART DISORDERS, BALDNESS, ETC.
o DILL - ANAEMIA, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, DIARRHOEA AND DYSENTERY, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, ETC.
o EPHEDRA - ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, ASTHMA, HEART DISORDERS, RHEUMATISM, URINARY DISORDERS, ETC.
o FENUGREEK - ANAEMIA, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, ANAEMIA, STOMACH DISORDERS, ETC.
o GARLIC - ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, CHEST DISEASE, ASTHMA, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, ETC.
o GINGER- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, COUGHS AND COLD, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, ACNES AND PAINS, ETC.
o HENNA – DYSENTERY, LIVER DISORDERS, BALDNESS, PICKLY HEAT, HEADACHES, ETC.
o HOG WEED - ANAEMIA, DROPSY, ASCITIES, STOMACH DISORDERS, ASTHMA, FEVERS, ETC.
o HOLI BASIL – FEVERS, SORE THROAT, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, KIDNEY STONES, HEART DISORDERS, ETC.
o INDIAN GOOSEBERRY – DIABETES, HEART DISORDERS, EYE DISORDERS, RHEUMATISM, SCURVY, ETC.
o INDIAN HEMP – DIARRHOEA AND DYSENTERY, INSOMNIA, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, NERVOUS DISORDERS ETC.
o INDIAN PENNYWORT – IMPROVING MEMORY, DYSENTERY IN CHILDREN, NERVOUS DISORDERS, ETC,
o INDIAN SORREL – FEVERS, SCURVY, STOMACH, DISORDERS, JAUNDICE, ETC.
o INDIAN SPIKENARD – NERVOUS AND CONVULSIVE, INTESTINAL WORMS, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, ETC.
o ISPHAGULA- CONSTIPATION, DYSENTRY, ABDOMINAL PAIN, PILES, ARTERIOSCLEROSIS, GONORRHOEA ETC.
o KANTAKARI- RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, STOMACH DISORDERS, DROPSY, THROAT DISORDERS, GUM DISEASES ETC.
o LIQUORICE- STOMACH DISORDERS, SORE THROAT, COUGH, MYOPIA, CONSTIPATION, STOMACH ULCER ETC.
o MADHUCA- BRONCHITIS, RHEUMATISM, DIABETES, PILES, ORCHITIS, BLEEDING GUMS, TONSILITIS ETC.
o MAGROSA- MALARIA, PILES, LEPROSY, SKIN DISORDERS, HAIR DISORDERS, EYE DISORDERS ETC.
o NUTMEG- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, INSOMNIA, DEHYDRATION, SKIN DISORDERS, RHEUMATISM ETC.
o ONION - ANAEMIA, RESPIRATORY DISEASES, TUBERCULOSIS, CHOLERA, HEART ATTACK ETC.
o PARSLEY- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, GENITO-URINARY DISORDERS, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, EYE DISORDERS ETC.
o PEEPAL- HEART DISEASES, CONSTIPATION, DYSENTRY, BRUISES, SCROFULA, MUMPS ETC.
o PEPPER- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS COMMON COLD, AMNESIA, COUGHS, IMPOTENCY ETC.
o POPPY SEEDS- INSOMNIA, DYSENTRY, PAINS AND ACHES, DRY ITCH, HEAT AND BURNING SENSATION ETC.
o RAUWOLFIA- INSANITY, INSOMNIA, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, HYSTERIA, URTICARIA.
o RHUBARB- CONSTIPATION, DIARRHOEA, CHILDREN’S AILMENTS, POISON IVY ETC.
o ROSEMARY- INDIGESTION, FLATULENCE, COMMON COLD, RHEUMATISM ETC.
o ROUGH CHAFF- ASTHMA, COUGHS, SPLEEN ENLARGEMENT, CHOLERA, RENAL DROPSY, INSECT BITES ETC.
o SAGE – FAILING MEMORY, INFECTIONS, PREMATURE GREYING OF HAIR, SORE THROAT ETC.
o SANDALWOOD-GENITO-URINARY DISORDERS, GASTRIC IRRITABILITY, DYSENTRY, PRICKLY HEAT ETC.
o SAUSSUREA- RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, CHOLERA, ULCER, PREMATURE GREYING OF HAIR ETC.
o TAMARIND- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, SCURVY, COMMON COLD, FEVERS, DYSENTERY, BURNS ETC.
o TRAILING- LIVER AND SPLEEN DISORDERS, FEVERS, CATARRH IN BABIES, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o TURMERIC- INTESTINAL DISORDERS, WORMS, ANAEMIA, MEASLES, ASTHMA, COUGH AND COLD ETC.
o TURPETH-CHRONIC CONSTIPATION, ARTHRITIS, DROPSY, GOUT, JAUNDICE ETC.
o VASAKA- BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA, TUBERCULOSIS, COUGHS, INTESTINAL WORMS ETC.
o WATERCRESS- ASTHMA, DISORDERS OF THE THYROID GLAND, PILES, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o WINTER CHERRY- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, GENERAL DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM, TUBERCULOSIS, INSOMNIA ETC.
o WOOD APPLE- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, WOMEN’S DISORDERS, CHILDREN’S DISEASES, URTECARIA ETC.

B. MORE HERBS
o ASH GOURD – PEPTIC ULCER, BLEEDING, GENERAL DEBILITY, DANDRUFF ETC.
o ASOKA- UTERINE DISORDERS, PILES, DYSENTERY ETC.
o BAY BERRY- FEVERS AND COLDS, INTESTINAL DISORDERS, WOMEN’S DISEASES, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS ETC.
o BITTER CHAMOMILE- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, INSOMNIA, WOMEN’S DISEASES, CHILDREN’S PROBLEMS ETC.
o BLOODWORT- ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, FEVERS, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, PILES ETC.
o CALAMUS- STOMACH DISORDERS, DIARRHOEA AND DYSENTERY, ASTHMA, COMMON COLD ETC.
o CHALMOGRA- FEVERS, LEPROSY, SKIN DISORDERS.
o CHIRAYATA - ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, FEVERS, STOMACH DISORDERS, INTESTINAL WORMS ETC.
o COLCHICUM - ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, GOUT, RHEUMATISM, WOUNDS ETC.
o DEVIL’S TREE- FEVERS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS, CATARRHAL DYSPEPSIA, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o DIGITALIS- HEART DISORDERS, KIDNEY DISORDERS, WOUNDS AND BURNS ETC.
o EAST INDIAN ROSEBAY- INTESTINAL WORMS, TOOTHACHE, EYE DISORDERS, SKIN DISORDERS.
o EUPHORBIA – RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, DIARRHOEA, GENITO-URINARY DISORDERS, INTESTINAL WORMS ETC.
o FENNEL- ANAEMIA, ARTHARITIS/RHEUMATISM, DIGESTIVE ISORDERS, COLIC, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS ETC.
o GOKULAKANTA - DROPSY, GENITO-URINARY DISORDERS, LIVER DISORDERS, ANAEMIA ETC.
o HERMAL- FEVERS, ASTHMA, TAPEWORMS, MENSTRUAL DISORDERS, HEAD LICE ETC.
o HYSSOP- RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, ROUNDWORMS, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o INDIAN ACALYPHA- CROUP, INTESTINAL WORMS, CONSTIPATION, SKIN DISEASES, RHEUMATISM ETC.
o INDIAN ALOE- LIVER DISORDERS, COLDS, RHEUMATISM, INDIGESTION, INTESTINAL WORMS ETC.
o INDIAN BARBERRY- STOMACH DISORDERS, PILES, FEVERS, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o INDIAN MALLOW- FEVERS, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, THREADWORMS, PILES ETC.
o INDIAN PODOPHYLIUM- CHRONIC CONSTIPATION, SKIN DISORDERS, ETC.
o INDIAN SARSAPARILLA- STOMACH DISORDERS, GENITO-URINARY DISORDERS, FEVERS, INFLAMMATION ETC.
o INDIAN SENNA- CONSTIPATION, INTESTINAL WORMS, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o INDIAN SQUILL- RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, DROPSY, WARTS AND CORNS, MENSTRUAL DISORDERS ETC.
o JAUNDICE BERRY- LIVER DISORDERS, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, SCURVY, FEVERS ETC.
o LEADWORT – INTESTINAL DISORDERS, SKIN DISORDERS, RHEUMATISM.
o LEMON BALM- NERVOUS DISORDERS, FEVERS.
o LEMON GRASS- FLATULENCE, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, FEVERS, MENSTRUAL DISORDERS, RHEUMATISM ETC.
o LINSEED – RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, GENITO-URINARY DISORDERS, CONSTIPATION ETC.
o MARIGOLD- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, SCROFULA, CIRCULATORY DISORDERS, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o MARJORAM- COMMON COLD, ASTHMA, WOMEN’S AILMENTS, DIGESTIVE DISORDERS ETC.
o PARSLANE- URINARY DISORDERS, DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, EXPECTORATING BLOOD ETC.
o PERGULARIA- RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, INTESTINAL WORMS, PILES, RHEUMATISM ETC.
o PICRORHIZA- CIRRHOSIS OF LIVER, JAUNDICE, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION ETC.
o SAFFRON- DIGESTIVE DISORDERS, WOMEN’S AILMENTS, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o SNAKE GOURD-HEART DISORDERS, JAUNDICE, FEVERS, ALOPECIA ETC.
o TENNER’S CASSIA- DIABETES, CONJUNCTIVITIS, SORE THROAT, MENSTRUATION ETC.
o WORMWOOD - ANAEMIA, INTESTINAL WORMS, BILIOUS DISORDERS, SKIN DISORDERS ETC.
o VALERIAN- NERVOUS DISORDERS, INSOMNIA, ETC.
o ZIZYPHUS- MENTAL RETARDATION, COLDS AND INFLUENZA, STOMACH DISORDERS ETC.

C. DISEASES AND THEIR REMEDIES (INDIAN)
o DISEASES OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
o DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
o DISEASES OF THE EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
o DISEASES OF THE EYE
o DISEASES OF THE HEART AND CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
o DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
o DISEASES OF THE SKIN AND HAIR
o DISEASES OF THE URINARY SYSTEM
o METABOLIC AND JOINT DISEASES
o PROBLEMS IN FEMALES
o MALE SEXUAL DISORDERS
o PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN
o MISCELLANEOUS PROBLEMS

D. KITCHEN REMEDIES
E. NATURE CURE AT HOME
o MEDICATED MASSAGES
o SPECIAL FOMENTATION METHODS
o HINTS FOR POSTIVE HEALTH
o HOMELY BEAUTY AIDS
o SIMPLE HOME MEDICAL TESTS

F. GLOSSARY
o GLOSSARY OF AYURVEDIC STANDARD MEDICINES & THEIR MANUFACTURES
o REGIONAL NAMES OF SOME HERBS AND FRUITS
o METHODS OF HEBAL PREPARATION
o GLOSSARY OF MEDICAL TERMS USED
o THERAPEUTIC DIETS

G. CHINESE HERBALISM
o STUDIES ON SINGLE AGENTS, E.G. ANISODAMINE
o PHARMOCOLOGY
o SIDE-EFFECTS AS COMPARED WITH ATROPINE
o TOXICITY OF ANISODAMINE
o CHRONIC TOXICITY
o TREATMENT OF SEVERE TOXIC BACILLARY DYSENTERY
o STUDIES ON COMPOUND PRESCRIPTIONS
o CHART SHOWING COMPARISON OF ANISODAMINE & ATROPINE IN URINE OF RATS
o PUPIL DILATION INDEX
o TABLE 1 SHOWING THE COMPARISON OF THE KIDNEY FUNCTION OF RENAL HYPERTENSIVE RATS & NORMAL RATS
o TA CHENG CHI TANG AND OTHER RELATED PRESCRIPTIONS
o TABLE 2 SHOWING THE EFFECT OF LIU WEI DI HUANG TANG ON THE KIDNEY FUNCTION
o TABLE 3 SHOWING THE EFFECT OF LIU WEI DI HUANG TANG ON THE BLOOD PRESSURE
o TABLE 4 SHOWING THE MORTALITIES OF UNTREATED & TREATED RATS WITH RENAL HYPERTENSION
o TA CHENG CHI TANG
o KAN SUI TANG
o SAN WU PEI CHI POWDER
o HUO HSUEH HUA YU TANG
o LANG WEI CHING CHIEH TANG
o TREATMENT OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS & GALLSTONES
o CHART 6 SHOWING THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT PRESCRIPTIONS ON INTESTINAL PERISTALSIS (72)
o TABLE 5 SHOWING THE EFFECT OF TA CHENG CHI TANG ON THE REDUCTION OF INTESTINAL INTUSSUSCEPTION IN RABBITS
o LAN WEI HUA YU TANG (MODIFIED)
o NAN-KAI HOSPITAL PRESCRIPTION
o TABLE 6 SHOWING THE BACTERIA-COUNT IN PERITONEAL FLUID AND THE RESULTS OF BLOOD CULTURE
o TREATMENT OF HEART DISEASES
o TREATMENT OF BURNS
o CANCER THERAPY
o ACHYRANTHES BIDENTATA B1
o ACONITUM CARMICHAELL DEBX
o ACRONYCHIA PEDUNCULATA(L.) MIQ
o ADONIS AMURENSIS REGEL ET RADDE
o ALISMA PLANTAQO-AOUATICA L. VAR. ORLENTALE SAM. “CHE-HIS”
o ANGELICA SINENSIS (OLIV.) DIETS “TANG-KUEI”
o BENINCASA HISPIDA (THUNB.) COGN. “TUNG-KUA” OR “TUNG-KUA-JEN”
o BUPLEURUM CHINESE DC “CHIA-HU”
o CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS L. “HUNG-HUA”
o CITRUS AURANTIUM L. “CHI-KOU” & “CHI-SHIH”
o CORNUS OFFICINALIS SIEB. ET ZUCC. “SHAN-CHU-YU”
o CORYDALIS BULBOSA DC “YAN-HU-SO”
o CURCUMA AROMATICA SALISB. “YU-CHIN”
o DIOSCOREA BATATAS DENE. “SHAN-YAO”
o EUPHORBIA SIEBOLDIANA MORR. ET DENE. “ KAN-SUI”
o GLYCYRRHIZA URALENSIS FISCH. “KAN-TSAO”
o ILEX CHINENSIS SIMS. “SHIB-CHI-CHING” OR “ TUNG-CHING”
o ILEX PUBESCENS HOOK, ET ARN. “MAO-TUNG-CHING”
o ILEX ROTUNDA THUNB. “ TI-TUNG-CHING”
o LIGUSTICUM WALLICHII FRANCH. “CHUAN-CHIUNG”
o LONICERA- JAPONICA THUNB. “CHIN-NING-HUA” OR “SHUANG-HUA”
o LYSIMACHIA CHRISTINAE HANCE “CHIN-CHIEN-TSAO”
o MAGNOLIA OFFICINALIS REHD. ET WILS. “HOU-PU”
o MELIA TOOSENDAN SIEB. ET ZUCC. “CHUAN-LIEN-PI”
o OIDENLANDIA DIFFUSA ROXB. “PE-HUA-SHE-SHIH-TSAO
o PAEONIA LACTIFLORA PALL “PE-SHOU”
o PAEONIA SUFFRUTTCOSA ANDR. “MAU-DAN-PI”
o PANAX GINSENG C.A. MEYER “JEN-SENG”
o PHELLODENDRON CHINENSE SCHNEID “HUANG-PAI” OR “HUANG-PI-SHOU”
o PINELLIA TERNATA (THUNB.) BREIT. “PAN-HSIA”
o PORIA COCOS (SCHW.) WOLF. “FU-LIN”
o PRUNUS PERSICA (L.) BATSCH “TAO-JEN”
o REHMANNIA GLUTINOSA (G.) LIBOSCH. “DI-HUANG”
o RHEUM TANGUTICUM HAXLM.ET RQL. “TA-HUANG”
o SALVIA MILTIORRHIZA BGE. “DAN-SENG”
o SANGUISORBA OFFICINAL IS . “DI-YU”
o SARGENTODOXA CUNEATA(OLIV.) REHD. ET WILS. “TA-HSUEH-TENG”
o SAUSSUREA LAPPA CLARKE “MU-HSIANG”
o SCUTELLARIA BAICALENSIS GEORGI “HUANG-CHEN”
o TARAXACUM MONGOLICUM HAND.-MAZZ. “PU-KUNG-YIN” OR “KUNG-YIN”
o ULMUS PARVIFOLIA JACQ. “LANG-YU”
o ZINGIBER OFFICINALE ROSC. “CHIANG” OR “KAN –CHIANG”
o ZIZYPHUS SATIVA VAR. SPINOSA (BGE.) “SUAN-TSAO-JEN”..


 

HYPNOTHERAPY
A.
1. HYPNOTISM
2. HYPNOTISM: RECOGNITION BY GOVERNMENT
3. LEVELS OF HYPNOSIS
4. NEUROSIS
5. FEARS & PHOBIAS
6. HYPNOTISM & OCCULT
7. MEMORY & CONCENTRATION
8. HOW TO HYPNOTISE?
9. SELF-HYPNOTISM
10. SMOKING
11. HOW TO OVERCOME STRESS
12. STAGE HYPNOTISM
B.
1. INTRODUCTION
2. INITIATION
3. HYPNOTIC POWER
4. IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF HYPNOTISM
5. PRRINCIPLES OF HYPNOTISM: THE INDIAN APPROACH
6. TRATAK
7. HYPNOTIC SUGGESTIONS
8. WILL-POWER
9. NYASA DHYANA
10. THE STOICAL MIND
11. HYPNOTISM
12. HYPNOTISM IN DAILY LIFE
13. SELF-HYPNOTISM
14. POST-HYPNOTISM
15. ADVANTAGES OF HYPNOTISM
16. BLESSINGS OF HYPNOTISM
17. CONCLUSION
..

HYDROTHERAPY


A. INTRODUCTION
B. ABOUT THE METHOD
C. ABOUT HOT WATER
D. ABOUT YOUR BODY
E. WHERE DOES IT HURT?
F. DEEP MASSAGE TECHNIQUES
G. EXERCISE TECHNIQUES
H. STRECHING TECHNIQUES
I. DESIGNING YOUR OWN ROUTINE
J. ADVANCED RELAXATION TECHNIQUES
K. LASTING RELIEF
..

INDO ALLOPATHY


A. INTRODUCTION
B. COMMON HERBS & THEIR THERAPEUTIC PROPERTIES
C. ESSENTIAL DRUGS & THEIR USE
1. ASPIRIN
2. ATROPINE
3. BENZYL BENZOATE
4. CALAMINE LOTION
5. CHLORNEXADINE
6. CHLORPHENARAMINE
7. CODEINE
8. CO-TRIMOXAZOLE
9. EPHEDRINE
10. FERROUS SULPHATE
11. FOLIC ACID
12. GENTION VIOLET
13. ISPAGHULA
14. MAGNESIUM TRISILICATE
15. MEBENDAZOLE
16. METRONIDAZOLE
17. PARACETAMOL
18. PENICILLIN
19. PRIMAQUINE
20. PIPERAZINE
21. POVIDONE IODINE
22. SENNA
23. SODIUM BICARBONATE
24. SULPHODIMIDINE
25. ORS
26. TETRACYCLINE EYE OINTMENT
27. VITAMIN A
28. VITAMIN B COMPLEX
29. VITAMIN D
30. CHLOROQUINE
31. RINGWORM OINTMENT
D. COMMON MEDICAL PROBLEMS

IRIDIOLOGY
PART I: OVERVIEW OF IRIDOLOGY

I. There’s More to Iridology Than Meets the Eye
1. THE IRIS CHART
2. TOOLS USED IN IRIS ANALYSIS
3. A NEW LANGUAGE FOR IRIDOLOGY

II. Look Into My Eyes
1. IRIS COLOR
2. CONSTITUTION
3. OPEN AND CLOSED LESIONS
4. THE AUTONOMIC NERVE WREATH
5. IRIS SIGNS ON THE NERVE WREATH
6. IRIS SIGNS INSIDE THE NERVE WREATH

III. Focus on How and Why
1. A SPECIAL KIND OF REFLEXOLOGY
2. THE IRIS CHART AND HERING’S LAW OF CURE
3. HERING’S LAW IN ACTION
4. DISEASE AS OVERACTIVITY OR UNDERACTIVITY

PART II: A PEEK AT IRIDOLOGY IN ACTION
IV. What Iridology Can and Cannot Show
1. WHAT IRIDOLOGY CAN SHOW
2. WHAT IRIDOLOGY CANNOT SHOW

V. Eyeing Elimination
1. THE BOWEL IS KING
2. BECOMING BOWEL-MINDED
3. RAYS OF THE SUN
4. THE FIVE MAIN ELIMINATION CHANNELS

VI. The Rest of the Body Shows and Tells
1. THE BRAIN AREAS
2. THE SPINE
3. OUR GLANDULAR POWERHOUSE
4. THE CIRCULATORY INDICATORS
5. THE REST OF THE STORY

VII. Conclusion
1. IRIS ANALYSIS COMPLEMENTS ALL HEALING ARTS
2. THE NUTRITION CONNECTION
3. NUTRITION, THE MASTER SCIENCE
4. THE LEGAL PRACTICE OF IRIS ANALYSIS
5. IRIDOLOGY EDUCATION
6. COMPUTERIZED IRIS ANALYSIS
7. IRIDOLOGY RESEARCH..


 

KINESIOLOGY


PART 1-BASIC CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY AND ANATOMY
CHAPTER.1 BASIC INFORMATION
CHAPTER.2 SKELETAL SYSTEM
CHAPTER.3 ARTICULAR SYSTEM
CHAPTER.4 ARTHROKINEMATICS
CHAPTER.5 MUSCULAR SYSTEM
CHAPTER.6 NERVOUS SYSTEM
CHAPTER.7 BASIC BIOMCHANICS
PART 2- CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY AND ANATOMY OF THE UPPER EXTREMITIES
CHAPTER.8 SHOULDER GIRDLE
CHAPTER.9 SHOULDER JOINT
CHAPTER.10 ELBOW JOINT
CHAPTER.11 WRIST JOINT
CHAPTER.12 HAND
PART 3- CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY AND ANATOMY OF THE TRUNK
CHAPTER.13 TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT
CHAPTER.14 NECK AND TRUNK
CHAPTER.15 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
CHAPTER.16 PELVIC GIRDLE
PART 4- CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY AND ANATOMY OF THE LOWER EXTREMITIES
CHAPTER.17 HIP
CHAPTER.18 KNEE
CHAPTER.19 ANKLE JOINT AND FOOT
PART 5 - CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY AND ANATOMY OF THE BODY
CHAPTER.20 POSTURE
CHAPTER.21 GAIT
..

MAGNET THERAPY


A.
1. INTRODUCTION
2. MAGNETIC FORCE
3. ORIGIN OF MAGNET
4. FUNCTIONS OF MAGNET
5. APPLICATION OF MAGNET
6. DISEASES & THEIR MAGNETIC TREATMENT
7. PREVENTIVE TREATMENT
8. ELECTROMAGNETOTHERAPY
B.
1. HOW MAGNETS ARE A HEALING TOOL
2. HISTORY OF MAGNETS
3. THE FORCE OF MAGNETISM
4. TYPES OF MAGNETS
5. THE APPLICATIONS
6. SOME DO’S & DON’TS IN DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENTS
7. TREATMENTS FOR SPECIFIC AILMENTS
8. SOME MORE RESEARCH & TREATMENTS
9. DURATION OF TREATMENT
10. HOW SAFE ARE THE TREATMENTS
11. CHOICE OF MAGNETS
12. MAGNETISM OF WATER
13. THE SPIN FORCE
14. CANCER CURE & MORE RESEARCH
15. THE BEGINNING OF MODERN RESEARCH
16. ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
17. MAGNETIC FIELDS & LIVING BODIES
18. MAGNETIC FIELD SURPLUS SYNDROME
19. MAGNETO-THERAPY IN INDIA
20. CURING COMPLEX AILMENTS WITH MAGNETO THERAPY
21. OBSERVATIONS, TREATMENTS & DISCOVERIES
22. MORE HEALTH-CARE ATTENTION
23. SIGNIFICANCE FOR BIOMAGNETISM
24. WORKING OF MAGNETOTHERAPY
25. MAGNETOTHERAPY & BRAIN INJURY
26. MAGNETS, MINERALS & THE HUMAN BODY..


 

MASSAGE THERAPY


A. INTRODUCTION
1. ORIGIN OF MASSAGE
2. HISTORY OF MASSAGE THERAPY
3. WHAT IS MASSAGE THERAPY
4. MASSAGE AND HEALTH BENEFITS
5. THE STAGES OF MASSAGE HEALING
6. USING MASSAGE FOR PAIN CONTROL

B. MASSAGE FOR BABIES & OTHERS
1. BABY MASSAGE IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES
2. THE BENEFITS OF BABY MASSAGE
3. HOW CAN MASSAGE BENEFIT AN INFANT’S SLEEP
4. HOW TO MASSAGE
5. TIPS ON MASSAGE
6. HEAD MASSAGE
7. FACIAL MASSAGE
8. STRESS RELEASING FACIAL MASSAGE
9. CELLULITE BODY MASSAGE
10. SPORTS MASSAGE
11. WORKPLACE MASSAGE


C. AYURVEDIC & SWEDISH MASSAGE


1. AYURVEDA AND AYURVEDIC MASSAGE
2. PANCHAKARMA
3. AYURVEDIC MASSAGE
4. KERALA MASSAGE THERAPY
5. HERBAL STEAM BATH
6. SPECIALIZED FORMS OF THERAPY
7. ABHYANGA MASSAGE
8. SWEDISH MASSAGE
9. TRIGGER POINT THERAPY
10. TRIGGER POINT TREATMENTS

D. THE ORIENTAL MASSAGE TECHNIQUES
1. YIN AND YANG
2. THE FIVE ELEMENTS
3. JAPANESE MASSAGE – SHIASTU
4. SHIATSU PHILOSOPHIES
5. PRACTICING SHIATSU
6. SHIATSU ON THE FACE AND HEAD
7. SHIATSU FOR COMMON AILMENTS
8. CHINESE MASSAGE (TUI-NA THERAPY)
9. MONGOLIAN MASSAGE, CHUA-KA
10. TIBETAN MASSAGE
11. NUAD BO’RARN – TRADITIONAL HEALING MASSAGE OF THAILAND
12. ABOUT THAI MASSAGE
13. THAI YOGA MASSAGE


E. ALLIED THERAPIES


1. AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE
2. AROMATHERAPY OILS AND THEIR BENEFITS
3. FACIAL MASSAGE
4. HAND MASSAGE
5. ESSENTIAL OILS TO USE AND WHEN
6. AROMATHERAPY MASSAGES THROUGH THE DAY
7. REFLEXOLOGY
8. COMMON AILMENTS AND REFLEXOLOGY
9. ROLFING

 

10. OSTEOPATHY
F. HEALING WITH MASSAGE
1. BASIC MASSAGE TECHNIQUES
2. PREVENTIVE MASSAGE
3. SELF MASSAGE (HAND, ARM, NECK, LEG, BACK AND MASSAGING ONE’S PARTNER)
4. MASSAGE OILS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC QUALITIES
5. BASIC OILS AND THEIR USES
..
MEDICAL ASTROLOGY


A. INTRODUCTION
B. IN THE BEGINNING – ELEMENTS, QUALITIES, PLANETS, SIGNS AND HOUSES
C. PLANETARY RULERSHIP OVER VITAMINS AND MINERALS
D. HERBS AND ASTROLOGICAL SIGNS
E. PLANETS AND SIGNS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO MUSIC AND COLOR
F. PLANETARY HEALING WITH CRYSTALS AND GEMSTONES
G. FLOWER REMEDIES AND ASTROLOGICAL SIGNS
H. AROMATHERAPY AND PLANETARY CORRESPONDENCES
I. UNIFICATION RITUALS FOR FULL MOONS, EQUINOXES AND SOLSTICES
J. CASE HISTORIES USING EARTH MOTHER TECHNIQUES..

MEDITATION
A. INTRODUCTION
B. WHY MEDITATE
C. GETTING READY TO MEDITATE
D. CONCENTRATION & AWARENESS
E. GETTING PAST
F. INSIGHT & INTUITION
G. ALTERED STATE OF CONSCIOUSNESS
H. THINKING ABOUT THINKING
I. YOGA & MEDITATION
J. KUNDALINI MEDITATION
K. WALKING MEDITATION
L. ATHLETIC & OTHER KINDS OF PERFORMANCE
M. DREAM MEDITATION
N. TAROT & OTHER ARCHETYPAL MEDITATIONS
O. HEALING MEDITATION
P. IDENTIFYING PERSONAL MEDITATION GOALS
Q. DEEPENING YOUR SPIRITUAL LIFE
R. MAPPING YOUR PERSONAL CREATIVE PROCESS
S. LABELING
T. CREATING A MEDITATION SPACE
U. SOUL MATE MEDITATION
V. ABOUT THE DIVINE..


NATUROPATHY
A.
1. INTRODUCTION
2. OUTLINES OF METHODS OF NATURE CURE
3. BRIEF DISCUSSION OF MOST IMPORTANT METHODS
4. PRINCIPLES OF NATURE CURE
5. ALLOPATHY & NATUROPATHY
6. DIAGNOSIS & NATURE CURE
7. USES OF MEDICINE IN NATURE CURE
8. GERMS & NATURE CURE
9. VACCINATION & NATURE CURE
10. DRUGS & DISEASES
11. HEALING CRISIS
12. METHODS OF NATURE CURE
13. MANAGEMENT OF COMMON DISEASES
B.
1. NATURE CURE & NATURAL METHODS OF TREATMENT
2. HEALTH THROUGH NUTRITION
3. DISEASES & THEIR NATURAL TREATMENT
4. WOMEN’S PROBLEM
5. CHART & TABLES..

ORIENTAL DIAGNOSIS
A. THE HISTORY OF ORIENTAL DIAGNOSIS
B. YIN & YANG
C. FOODS WHICH ARE MORE YANG OR MORE YIN
D. TYPES OF WORK/LIFESTYLE VERSUS YIN/YANG
E. CONSTITUTION-WHO ARE YOU?
F. CONDITION-WHERE YOU ARE NOW?
G. FOOD TEST
H. MARKING ON THE SKIN
I. LEFT & RIGHT SIDE OF BODY
J. FACIAL DIAGNOSIS
K. EARS DIAGNOSIS
L. LIPS DIAGNOSIS
M. EYES DIAGNOSIS
N. TONGUE DIAGNOSIS
O. THE HANDS
P. THE NAILS
Q. MERIDIAN MARKINGS
R. REFLEXOLOGY..

OSTEOPATHY
A. GROWTH OF OSTEOPATHY
B. THE SPINE
C. ADOPTING THE CORRECT POSTURE
D. MANIPULATION OF THE SPINE
E. CURING HEADACHES & MIGRAINE
F. CURING CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS
G. CURING POSTURAL & UPPER BACK PAIN
H. CURING LOW BACK PAIN, LAMBAGO & SCIATICA
I. CURING SHOULDER PAIN
J. CURING ELBOW PAIN
K. CURING WRIST & HAND PAIN
L. RELIEVING KNEE PAIN
M. CURING LEG, ANKLE & FOOT PAIN
N. RELIEVING OLD AGE PROBLEMS
O. DIET, HYDROTHERAPY & YOGA..


PHYSIOTHERAPY
A.
1. ELECTROTHERAPY
2. LOW FREQUENCY CURRENTS USED IN PHYSIOTHERAPY
3. TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION
4. INTERFERENTIAL THERAPY
5. THERMOTHERAPY
6. ULTRASOUND THERAPY
7. ELECTROMEGNETIC SPECTRUMS & EMG BIOFEEDBACK
8. CRYOTHERAPY & HYDROTHERAPY
9. EXERCISE THERAPY
10. MASSAGE THERAPY
11. MANIPULATION, SUSPENSION & TRACTION
12. ORTHOSIS & BRACES
13. MOBILITY AIDS
14. PHYSIOTHERAPY IN SOME COMMON CONDITIONS

B.
1. PATHOLOGY
2. ORTHOPEDICS & RHEUMATOLOGY
3. NEUROLOGY FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
4. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
5. CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY
6. THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE
7. ELECTROPATHY..


PRANIC HEALING

SECTION – I
MIRACLE OF THE MANTRA
1. THE POWER OF THE WORDS/ MANTRA
2. WHAT IS PRANIC HEALING

SECTION – II
BLOOM AND BLOSSOM AT ALL AGES
3. THE FORE-MOST MANTRA – ‘AHANM’
4. HEAL THYSELF
5. THE KING OF MANTRAS
6. THE GODLY MANTRA
7. THE MANTRA – PRA
8. DEVELOP WISDOM TEETH
9. REJUVENATE YOUR HEART
10. THE MANTRA – IMPERIAL – LIVING
11. BECOME TALLER
12. A SALUTATION MANTRA
13. A NOURISHING MANTRA FOR THE MIND
14. INVEST IN YOUR HEALTH
15. THE MANTRA – I KINDLE LIFE
16. MANTRA – I AM FLOWERING
17. A MEANINGFUL HEALTH MANTRA
18. SKY IS THE LIMIT
19. A FLOURESCENT MANTRA
20. WANT TO BE WEALTHY
21. A BEAUTIFYING MANTRA
22. A HEART WARMING MANTRA
23. THE MANTRA – MINGLE
24. A GREAT HEALTH IMPROVING MANTRA
25. THE SELF SEARCHING MANTRA
26. A FRAGRANT MANTRA
27. DEVELOP IMPRESSIVE PERSONALITY
28. LIVE EMINENTLY
29. BECOME A LAMP
30. STAR-DAWN/ INDUSTRY
31. BECOME AN IRON MAN
32. WATER – THE MAJOR CONSTITUENT OF BODY
33. BLOOM & BLOSSOM AT ALL AGES

SECTION – III
IMPROVE EYESIGHT AND BRAIN POWER
34. IMPROVEMENT IN EYESIGHT
35. STRENGTHEN BRAIN AND MEMORY
36. ENJOY MAGNIFICENT MEMORY

SECTION – IV
SLOW DOWN AGEING PROCESS
37. SLOW DOWN AGEING PROCESS
38. EXPERIENCE THE TIMELESSNESS
39. BECOME AGELESS
40. CONQUER OLD AGE
41. A SONG CAPSULE TO CURE ALL DISEASES
42. INCREASE HEALTH – SPAN
43. RE-IGNITE YOUR BODY FIRE
44. MANTRA FOR LIVER IMPROVEMENT
45. PREVENT TOOTH DECAY
46. BOOST SEX POWER
47. A LIFE REVIVAL MANTRA
48. A MANTRA TO LIVE HUNDRED YEARS

SECTION – V
MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC AILMENTS
49. MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOLISM
50. CURE OBESITY
51. REMOVE CONSTIPATION
52. CURE BRONCHIAL ASTHMA
53. CURE CERVICAL SPONDYLITIS
54. MANAGEMENT OF BACK ACHE
55. CURE DIABETES
56. MANAGEMENT OF PARKINSON’S AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASES
57. DEVELOP IMMUNITY AGAINST CANCER AND AIDS

SECTION – VI
STRESS MANAGEMENT
58. STRESS AND ITS MANAGEMENT
59. SAY, YES TO LIFE
60. I AM INTERESTED IN ME
61. THE SOUL SEARCHING MANTRA
62. I AM IN EQUILIBRIUM
63. A FRIENDLY MANTRA
64. BECOME AN ANGEL
65. A SIMPLE MANTRA TO REACH THE SEASHORE OF LIFE SAFELY
66. SLEEP INDUCING MANTRA
67. STILL THE MIND
68. I AM HOPEFUL
69. THE MANTRA – I AM BRILLIANT
70. THE BHAKTI MANTRA
71. THE MANTRA – I AM IN PRAYER
72. A ZERO GRAVITY SWIM
73. WEAR A COVETED SMILE
74. REFRESH YOUR BODY/ MIND
75. THE MANTRA – I AM IN HEAVEN
76. LAUGHTER – THE BEST MEDICINE
77. WALKING – THE BEST HEALTH MANTRA
78. A LIFE SAVING MANTRA
79. SILENCE – THE GREAT TRANQUILLIZER
80. BECOME FEARLESS
81. I AM LIKE THAT – ‘SOHAM’

SECTION -VII
BECOME A SIDHA / HEALER
82. REMAIN ENERGETIC AND BECOME PRANIC / REIKI LIKE HEALER
83. A SIDHA MANTRA ‘AUM’
84. THE PARTING SONG..


 

PYRAMID HEALING


A. INTRODUCTION
B. SOURCES OF EGYPTIAN HISTORY
C. ANCIENT EGYPTIAN GODS
D. WONDERFUL ANCIENT EGYPTIANS
E. MUMMIFICATION & AFTERLIFE JOURNEY
F. WORKING OF PYRAMID & ITS IMPORTANCE
G. THE POWER OF YANTRA, TANTRA & MANTRA
H. INDIAN COSMIC PYRAMID-SRI YANTRA
I. CONSTRUCTION OF SRI YANTRA
J. PYRAMIDS ENERGY IN DIALY USE
K. MYSTICAL PYRAMID TECHNIQUES
L. HARNESS THE POWER OF PYRAMID
M. POWER GRIDS..

RADIESTHESIA & RADIONICS
CHAPTER 1

1. THE NATURE OF ENERGY SYSTEMS
2. MICROCOSMS OF THE UNIVERSE

CHAPTER 2
1. OUR INVISIBLE BODIES
2. CUES TO OUR PHYSICAL SELVES

CHAPTER 3
1. CHAKRAS AND THE ENDOCRINE GLANDS
2. FROM ENERGY TO STRUCTURE

CHAPTER 4
1. DOWSING FOR HEALTH
2. THE PENDULUM AS A HEALING TOOL

CHAPTER 5
1. PATTERNS
2. INTERACTING WITH THE SUBTLE BODIES

CHAPTER 6
1. HEALING AT A DISTANCE
2. MIND AS A GENERATOR

CHAPTER 7
1. BROADCASTING TECHNIQUES
2. PROJECTING HEALING VIBRATIONS

CHAPTER 8
1. BROADCASTING HEALING AGENTS
2. COLOR THERAPY, AROMATHERAPY, GEM REMEDIES, AND FLOWER ESSENCES

CHAPTER 9
1. ENERGY MEDICINE
2. HOMEOPATHY AND SCHUSSLER CELL SALTS

CHAPTER 10
1. THE SEVEN COSMIC RAYS
2. UNLOCKING THE SOUL’S PURPOSE..

REFLEXOLOGY
A. INTRODUCTION
B. REFLEXOLOGY-WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
C. THE REFLEX AREA OF THE FEET & THE HANDS
D. HOW REFLEXOLOGY TREATMENT IG GIVEN-THE MASSAGE TECHNIQUE
E. FOOT & HAND CARE
F. HOW THE TREATMENT WORKS
G. THE TREATMENT SESSION
H. THE TREATMENT OF DIFFERENT DISORDERS
I. EXAMPLES OF TREATMENT
J. OTHER TREATMENTS INVOLVING THE FEET & THE HANDS
K. REFLEXOLOGY AROUND THE WORLD..


 

REIKI HEALING


A. HISTORY
B. REIKI
C. KIRILIAN PHOTO
D. SYMBOLS
E. USING REIKI
F. GIVING A COMPLETE REIKI TREATMENT
G. SCANNING
H. BEAMING
I. HAND POSITION-SELF
J. ALTERNATE TREATMENT
K. HAND POSITIONS-OTHERS
L. DEVELOPING YOUR REIKI PRACTICE
M. BECOMING A REIKI MASTER..

SOUND THERAPY
A. INTRODUCTION
B. THE EFFECTS OF SOUND ON OUR ENERGY FIELDS
C. THE FIVE ELEMENTS IN MUSIC & DEVELOPMENT
D. MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FOR HEALING
E. THE MAGIC OF SOUND
F. SOUND HEALING FOR THERAPISTS
G. CONCLUSION
..


 

SPIRITUAL HEALING


A. INTRODUCTION
B. FROM CORPORATE EXECUTIVE TO HEALER
C. UNDERSTANDING ENERGY
D. SENSING ENERGY
E. UNDERSTANDING HEALING
F. UNDERSTANDING ILLNESS
G. THE MIND & THE HEALING PROCESS
H. THE HEALER
I. DIALOGUING: THE INTERACTION BETWEEN HEALER & RECIPIENT
J. ADVANCED SKILLS & TOOLS FOR HEALING
K. MOVING & DIRECTING THE ENERGY FLOW
L. SPECIFIC HEALING TECHNIQUES
M. THE HEALING SESSION
..


TIBETAN MEDICINE


A. INTRODUCTION
B. AYURVEDA
C. INDO-TIBETAN RELATIONSHIP
D. AYURVEDA IN PRE-BUDDHIST TIBET & SECULAR MEDICAL LITERATURE
E. NAGARJUNA & BU-STON
F. SBYOR-BA BRGYA-PA. VIS-A-VIS YOGASATAKA-A CRITICAL STUDY
..
VITAMIN THERAPY


A. INTRODUCTION
B. VITAMINS FOR HEALTHY LIVING
C. MINERALS OUR BODY NEEDS
D. THE AMAZING POWER OF AMINO ACIDS..


YOGA THERAPY


A.
1. THERAPEUTIC YOGA & ITS ESSENTIALS
2. ABDOMINAL DISORDERS
3. DIABETES
4. ASTHMA
5. ARTHITIS
6. OBESITY
7. MENTAL PROBLEMS
8. NECK & SPINAL PAIN
9. SINUS & HEADACHE
10. EYE DISORDERS
11. HEART AILMENTS & HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
12. YOGA FOR GOOD HEALTH
B.
1. INTRODUCTION
2. HATHA YOGA
3. THE ASANAS
4. ASANAS FOR EQUILIBRIUM, CONCENTRATION & MENTAL STABILITY
5. ASANAS (VARIATION)
6. THE CURATIVE VALUE OF PRANAYAMA & THE ASANAS
7. YOGIC THERAPY FOR VARIOUS PSYCHIC ORIGIN
8. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CAUSES OF HUMAN PROBLEMS & YOGA
9. A WELL BALANCED DIET
10. CLASSIFICATION OF FOODSTUFFS ACCORDING TO YOGA & AYURVEDA
11. AN IDEAL DIET
12. HOW TO OVERCOME PREMATURE OLD AGE
13. HOW TO LEAD A WELL-BALANCED & CONTROLLED SEX LIFE
14. USEFUL HINTS..


VAASTU


A. VAASTU & ITS WORKING
B. DEFECTS & THEIR EFFECTS
C. PROBLEM FACED IN STRUCTURAL CORRECTIONS
D. CORRECTIONS OF VAASTU DEFECTS THROUGH FENG SHUI
E. CRYSTAL PYRAMIDS
F. IONISERS & COLORS
G. PYRAMIDS FOR CORRECTING RESIDENTIAL PLOTS
H. AN OVERHEAD TANK TO STRENGTHEN VAASTU
I. MEASURING A VAASTU FIELD....

 

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Honorary Doctorate
DOCTORAL, POSTDOCTORAL AND HONY. DEGREES
Eligibility, Admission and Enrollment for D. Sc

1. A candidate seeking admission to a higher research degree in any of the science or technology subjects must have pursued outstanding research in the concerned discipline and obtained the minimum qualifications required for admission as mentioned below:

i. Must have obtained a Ph. D. or an equivalent degree from a recognized University across the globe, in the concerned discipline, at least 3 (three) years prior to the date of application.

ii. Must have made a significant contribution to research in the concerned discipline with minimum 5 publications related to the main theme of the proposed thesis brought out in high impact factor journals rated 3.0 or above.

iii. Must have attended at least 3 international Seminars on the theme similar to proposed thesis topic.



2. The application to D. Sc requires candidate to submit following documents:

i. His/her bio-data giving details of educational qualifications, fields of specialization, research experience, academic distinctions etc.

ii. The title of the proposed thesis along with details of the proposed research work.

iii. A brief account of his/ her recent research work on the subject relevant to the discipline in which he/ she has applied for D. Sc in about 1000 words showing the originality of the work and is contributory to the advancement of knowledge.

iv. List of publication, indicating the refereed/non-refereed nature of the journal. (Reprints/off-prints of some important publications should be attached.)

v. Attested copies of certificates in support of the qualifications and experience.

3. Candidate application will be considered as per the rules and prescribed regulations. On evaluating the eligibility documents submitted by the candidate, and if found suitable, the candidate will be provisionally admitted with an Advisor appointed to him/ her.

4. Once a candidate has been provisionally admitted by the program for higher research degree, he/she shall be required to pay the fees as prescribed by the University. Payment of fees will complete the process of admission. The period of registration shall count from the date of receipt of fees by the University.

Eligibility, Admission and Enrollment for D. Litt
1. A candidate seeking admission to a higher research degree in Humanities/ Languages/ any other Arts subject must have pursued outstanding research in the concerned discipline and obtained the minimum qualifications required for admission as mentioned below:

i. Must have obtained a Ph. D. or an equivalent degree from a recognized University across the globe, in Humanities, Languages, Higher Arts, or any of the concerned discipline, at least 3 (three) years prior to the date of application.

ii. Must have made significant contribution to research in the concerned discipline with minimum 5 publications related to the main theme of the proposed thesis brought out in high impact factor journals rated 3.0 or above.

iii. Must have attended at least 3 international Seminars on the theme similar to proposed thesis topic.


2. The application to D. Litt requires candidate to submit following documents:

i. His/her bio-data giving details of educational qualifications, fields of specialization, research experience, academic distinctions etc.

ii. The title of the proposed thesis along with details of the proposed research work.

iii. A brief account of his/ her recent research work on the subject relevant to the discipline in which he/ she has applied for D. Littin about 1000 words showing the originality of the work and is contributory to the advancement of knowledge.

iv. List of publication, indicating the refereed/non-refereed nature of the journal. (Reprints/off-prints of some important publications should be attached.)

v. Attested copies of certificates in support of the qualifications and experience.

3. Candidate application will be considered as per the rules and prescribed regulations. On evaluating the eligibility documents submitted by the candidate, and if found suitable, the candidate will be provisionally admitted with an Advisor appointed to him/ her.

4. Once a candidate has been provisionally admitted by the program for higher research degree, he/she shall be required to pay the fees as prescribed by the University. Payment of fees will complete the process of admission. The period of registration shall count from the date of receipt of fees by the University.


Doctoral Degree Coursework Requirements
The doctorate is a research or performance degree and does not depend on the accu-mulation of credit hours. The three requirements of the degree are admitted to candidacy, residency, and completion and defense of a dissertation. The degree signifies that the holder has the competence to function independently at the highest level of endeavor in the chosen profession. Hence, the number of years involved in attaining or retaining competency cannot be readily specified. Rather, it is important that the doctoral student’s competency be assessed and verified in a reasonable period of time prior to conferral of the degree, generally five years from the admission to candidacy.
Graduate education, especially at the doctoral level, involves many learning experiences that take place outside the formal classroom setting. These involve observing and participating in activities conducted by the graduate faculty, using departmental and University libraries, attending lectures presented by visiting scholars, informally debating other students, and similar activities.
However, because of the contractual nature of graduate study, an individual student or graduate committee may propose an alternative plan by which the student can gain equivalent educational experience. For example, the plan of study may require the student to spend time in residence at a national or foreign laboratory, institute, archive, or research center as partial fulfillment of the residency requirement. Regulations described in the preceding sections governing admission, registration, etc., must be followed. In addition, the student must satisfy the requirements specified by the faculty responsible for the major field. Students applying for admission to a doctoral program, after having received a master’s degree, must file a new application for graduate work with the Office of Admissions.

Dissertation Research
The candidate must submit a dissertation pursued under the direction of the faculty of the University on some topic in the field of the major subject. The dissertation must present the results of the candidate’s individual investigation and must embody a definite contribution to knowledge. While conducting research or writing a dissertation, the student must register at the beginning of each term or summer during which credit is being earned. No residence credit will be allowed for special field assignments or other work taken off the University campus without prior approval by the associate provost for Graduate Academic Affairs.

Final Examination/Dissertation Defense
The final examination/dissertation defense is not given until the term in which all other requirements for the degree are to be met. After the candidate’s dissertation has been tentatively approved, the final oral defense of the dissertation may be scheduled. At the option of the faculty responsible for the degree program, a comprehensive final written examination also may be required. All doctoral final examinations and dissertation defenses are to the public and the university community.
The student cannot be considered as having satisfactorily passed the final examination/ dissertation defense if there is more than one unfavorable vote among members of the examining committee. Results of each examination/defense must be reported to the school or college dean within 24 hours. Re-examination may not be scheduled without approval of the request by the school or college dean. All committee members are to be present for the final examination/ dissertation defense.


One committee member (but not the chair) may attend by audio or video conference, but should be available electronically during the entire time of the defense. If an examination cannot be scheduled at a time convenient to all committee members, the dean or designee may permit another faculty member to substitute for the original committee member, provided that the original committee member was not the chair. There can be no substitute for the chair. Only one substitute is allowed, and the request for a substitute must be made in writing prior to the examination/defense. The request for a substitute should be signed by the committee chair, the student, and both the original faculty member and the substitute faculty member. A substitute faculty member must have the same or higher graduate faculty status as the original faculty member and represent the same academic discipline or specialization.

Dissertation Submission
The requirements for a doctorate include acceptance of the dissertation and submission of the electronic dissertation. If there is a substitute faculty member scheduled for the final examination, the substitute signs the shuttle sheet; however, the original committee member is to sign printed copies of the dissertation. The dissertation must be presented to the University not later than the last day of classes of the semester or summer session in which the degree is expected to be granted.
The candidate is required to maintain close contact with the supervisor or chairperson of the graduate committee on these matters in developing a dissertation so as to incorporate the special requirements of the subject discipline.


Award of Honorary Degrees
The University confers honorary awards on persons of distinction who have either made significant contributions to the work of the University and/ or have earned recognition for other activities more widely associated with service to the University or education, culture, industry and commerce, public life and voluntary service, science and the law.

The University confers the following honorary degrees:
Doctor of Business Administration honoris causa (DBA)
Doctor of Letters honoris causa (DLitt)
Doctor of Science honoris causa (DSc)
Master of Arts honoris causa (MA)
Master of Business Administration honoris causa (MBA))
Master of Science honoris causa (MSc)
An honorary degree at doctoral level is normally made to those who have made an outstanding contribution to the University or at a national and/or international level.
An honorary degree at Masters level may be awarded to those who have made a major contribution to a specific area of the University or to the registrar.
Self-nominations are not accepted.
Individuals submitting nominations should identify any personal or professional relationship with or knowledge of the person nominated and not engage in or influence the consideration and approval process.
 
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