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CCHM - Canadian College of Humanitarian Medicine

Eclectic Medicine Certification

This is a branch of Natural Medicine which makes use of the best non-patented or manufactured remedies and techniques. The term was coined by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1784 to 1841), a physician living among the Native Americans, and observing their use of medicinal plants and natural techniques. He coined the word "eclectic" to refer to those physicians who adopted in practice whatever was found to be beneficial to their patients. The Eclectics were doctors with a philosophy in "alignment with nature," learning from and using concepts from other schools, and opposing the practices of bleeding, purging and use of mecuricals common among the "regular" doctors of that time.

With increasing high cost and control of manufactured natural remedies successful eclectic remedies techniques is most relevant for the survival of your practice

Learn  effective none, invasive inexpensive techniques and remedies that will bring phenomenal growth to your practice and immediate  result to your patient’s wellbeing without draining their financial resources
Curriculum: 3 weekends, certificate of completion for each section and diploma in eclectic’s medicine is awarded for all 3 sections

  1. -  Assessment & Eclectic Diagnosis (Eclectic Medicine #1)
  2. - In office Lab Medicine (Eclectics Medicine #2)
  3. -  In office compounding &dispensary (Eclectics Medicine #3)

Date: September 10 & 11, 2011, 10 AM-5PM (Section #1)

Instructor: Sheila McKenzie, RDH, PhD (IMD), HP, D.Ac, DHS
Tuition: $850.00 each section (including manual) compiled by Dr. Sheila McKenzie
Date: September, 27 &October 4, 10 AM to 5PM       
Tuition $850.00 (HST) each section