New Course Approved for 2017!
Applications and Payments now being taken for acceptance into our Natural Medicine Diploma which starts in September 30th 2017.
Dates for Year 1 Natural Medicine Diploma
Sept 30th/1st Oct
Oct 28-29th -102
Nov 25-26th -103
Jan 27-28th -104
Feb 24-25th -105
Mar 24-25th -106
Apr 28-29th -107
May 26-27th -108
July 28-29th -110
Aug- 2018 Clinical Hours to finish Year 1 to be arranged with clinical supervisors
The INMI proud to offer you the chance to enroll in our unique approach to becoming a successful therapist!
Our Course Overview Information
A new way to achieve success as a therapist using a multidisciplinary approach, a business mind, and a results based learning package.
The problem we have encountered with many of the students of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine is the lack of sufficient training in results based medicine. Lack of training in business, sales and marketing fundamentals. Many colleges can deliver the skills and the knowledge but they cannot teach success. Results based learning is the secret recipe to success with our graduates.
Why call this a Natural Medicine Diploma?
In recognition that not every patient wants or needs a Chinese Medicine approach, and knowing we would rather our graduates not limit themselves or their understanding of what is a right or wrong way to treat each patient they encounter. Rather they explore all natural means which derive outstanding results despite the odds.
We chose the term Natural Medicine Diploma, because this implies a flexible approach to its understanding of the laws of medicine and therapies using natural means, and following pathways to encourage the body to work for its own benefit and health.
The qualification will infer the title ( Nat Med. Dip. INMI) after the graduates name.
Discovering the Truth of Success
It is impossible to have a successful business without fundamental skills.
Acupuncture, Herbs, Chinese Medicine which are learnt, cannot be defined as a magic talent that some people are born with. Medicine and the skill of Natural approaches must be transferable from teacher to student, i.e. if we can do it then so can you.
So in consideration of this and if you are willing to open your mind and heart to the possibility that you can stay in alignment with your values and attract patients (rather than a deep-seated belief that you must become someone else). Then we can show you evidence of how it can be possible, you then discover the truth about what it means to help the people who are looking for you.
Many colleges do not inform you that you will need to become a business-person who offers a service called Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Herbal Therapy etc.
In addition so many graduates we see that come to us, struggle to communicate what they have learnt with their clients and then this alienates them from progress.
How can we put you ahead of the pack?
We teach our course over a series of usable modules that combine together to create a very well rounder business person who is an expert practitioner from the start in various Natural Medicine disciplines.
We show you how to market yourself, gain referrals and a join in the success of the INMI team.
In Ireland alone we have trained more that 60 plus graduates, and more that 80 percent of these students have gone on to own or work full time in their chosen profession.
What is the length of this course?
We train our undergraduates over 3 years and they are inferred with a “Nat.Med.Dip. INMI”, we are actively working towards a degree status and for our long term students there are options for postgraduate studies also.
What subject areas are covered over the three years?
NAT MED 101 – Anatomy and Physiology Western Science Module
NAT MED 102 – Oriental Anatomy & Physiology related to Natural Medicine Laws
NAT MED 103 – Tuina ( Chinese Physical Therapy & Massage) – Introductory Theory
NAT MED 104 – Tuina Techniques and Routines
NAT MED 106 – Tuina Treatment Protocols for disease patterns
NAT MED 107 – Understanding External Natural Medicine applications
NAT MED 108 – Cupping Techniques and Treatment strategies
NAT MED 109 – Examination and Evaluation
NAT MED 110 – Understanding Orthopaedic Diseases and diagnosis
NAT MED 201 – Theory and Understanding of Acupuncture
NAT MED 202 – Meridian Theory for treatment of pain
NAT MED 203- Needling technique and protocols
NAT MED 204 – Classical Approaches to Acupuncture
NAT MED 205 – Pain removal protocols using Acupuncture
NAT MED 206 – Pulse Diagnosis Methods 1-3
NAT MED 207 – Pulse Diagnosis Methoda 4-5
NAT MED 208 – Understanding TCM vs Classical
NAT MED 209 – Introduction to Western Herbology
NAT MED 210 – Examination and Evaluation
NAT MED 301 – Clinical Practice and Case Studies
NAT MED 302 – Practice Management and Business Strategies
NAT MED 303 – Building a Successful Practice
NAT MED 304 – Red Flags and Contra-Indications
NAT MED 306 – Introduction to Nutritional Therapy
NAT MED 307 – Herbal Strategies and Prescriptions
NAT MED 308 – Putting everything together
NAT MED 309 – Patient Record Management
NAT MED 301- Graduation Evaluation and Examinations
Once payment is received you will get an email confirming your place on this course and outlining the course structure in detail.