Anatomy & Physiology
Homeopaths Course Content

Each Unit has many “Activities” which incorporate a range of study skills including reading, writing, copying, drawing, reciting, researching and repertorising. The range of learning experiences and the different material (course, movies, audio and books) makes the course enjoyable and therefore, memorable!

Audio & Movie lectures

Movie Lectures
Unit 1: Skin (61 mins)
Unit 2: Skeleton (40 mins)
Unit 3: Heart (46 mins)
Unit 4: Resistance (66 mins)
Unit 5: Liver (39 mins)
Unit 6: Female (42 mins)
Total = 4 hours 54 mins

Audio Lectures
Unit 1: The Cell (7 mins)
Unit 2: Muscles (6 mins)
Unit 3: Respiratory System (12 mins)
Unit 4: Urinary System (7 mins)
Unit 5: Endocrine System (10 mins)
Unit 6: Reproductive System (6 mins)
Total = 48 mins

Full contents with learning outcomes:

Welcome

Introduction to anatomy & physiology
Study of anatomy & physiology for homeopaths
How to follow this course
Course structure
Course textbooks
Internet resources
Assignment questions
Marking
Grading
Study time & re-enrolment fee
Environment
Refund of course fee

Unit one

Introduction

The cell
Learning outcomes
Cell structure and function
Other membranes
Maintaining healthy membranes
The importance of knowing cell types

The skin
Learning outcomes
Structure of the skin
Skin pathology
Homeopathic vulneraries

Digestive system
Learning outcomes
Structure of the alimentary canal
Position of the organs in the abdomen
How digestion works

Summary

Unit two

Introduction

Skeleton
Learning outcomes
Anatomical position
Bones
Components of bones
Influence of hormones
Fracture repair and homeopathy
Body language of posture

Joints
Learning outcomes
Joints and body language

Muscles
Learning outcomes
The three types of muscle tissue
Function and action of skeletal muscles

Nerves
Learning outcomes
Distinguishing the parts of the nervous system
Components of the nervous system
Homeopathic medicines for chronic pathology of nervous system

Musculo-skeletal nutrition
Learning outcomes
Balanced diet and its ideal proportions
Calculating body-mass index
The healthy musculo-skeletal system

Summary

Unit three

Introduction

Respiratory system
Learning outcomes
Gaseous exchange
Components of the respiratory system
Mechanism of breathing
Homeopathy for respiratory problems

Cardiovascular system
Learning outcomes
Anatomy of the heart
Circulatory system
Cardiac cycle
Heart language

Summary

Unit four

Introduction

Blood
Learning outcomes
Blood is a connective tissue
Composition of blood
Cellular content of blood

Resistance and immunity
Learning outcomes
Non-specific defence mechanisms
Inflammatory response
Lymph and lymphatic system
Immunity
Importance of memory cells
Acquired immunity
Vaccination issues

Excretory system
Learning outcomes
Necessity for excretion
Repertory exercise
Components of the urinary system

Summary

Unit five

Introduction

The Liver
Learning outcomes
Structure of the liver
Function of the liver
Homeopathy for the liver and ball bladder

The Endocrine System
Learning outcomes
The components of the endocrine system
The target organs

The Brain and Nervous System
Learning outcomes
The brain
Parts of the brain
The blood –brain barrier (BBB)
The structure of the spinal cord
Homeopathic remedies with an affinity for the nervous system

Summary

Unit six

Introduction

Male reproductive system
Learning outcomes
Puberty
The parts
Homeopathy for men’s health

Female reproductive system
Learning outcomes
Puberty
The parts
Menstrual cycle
Homeopathy for women’s health

The Special Senses

Summary

Key Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the structure and function of cells and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the structure and function of the skin and application of associated homeopathic remedies in disease states of the skin.
  • Understand the structure and function of the digestive system and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the structure and function of the musculo-skeletal system and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the components of a healthy diet and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the structure and function of the respiratory system and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the structure and function of the cardiovascular system and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the mechanisms of resistance and immunity.
  • Understand the structure and function of the excretory system and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the structure and function of the endocrine system.
  • Understand the structure and function of the nervous system and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the structure and function of the reproductive system and associated homeopathic remedies.
  • Understand the structure and function of the special senses.
Did you know; the brain is made up of about 75 percent water

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Anatomy & Physiology for Homeopaths Complete Course (Correspondence)

Anatomy & Physiology for Homeopaths Complete Course (Correspondence)

Price includes:
Course study guide
Movie lectures
Books
Tutor marking
2 year study period
Certification
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