ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, PATHOLOGY

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ADDITIONAL MODULE

ANATOMY / PHYSIOLOGY / PATHOLOGY

 

For students with no medical background, it is compulsory to follow studies in Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology in order to make the most of the course. Students may complete this requirement through a regionally accredited College or University or opt for the following course (VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies, UK & International) and get the IACH discount: 

​https://essential-training.co.uk/product/anatomy-physiology-and-pathology-for-complementary-therapies-uk-international-vtct/

Free anatomy course trial:

http://www.essentialtraining.co.uk/training/apdemo06/apdemosept06.html

To receive your special discount, click here and enter the promotional code "IACH"

VTCT – Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies, UK & International

VTCT Level 3 Certificate.

This course comprehensively covers Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for all the body systems. 

The course is £340 (inc VAT) and is fully inclusive of the following:

This comprehensive study manual contains a concise account of the body systems. As well as providing detailed information required to meet a Level 3 syllabus, Essential Anatomy & Physiology also presents over 600 self-testing questions, full system summaries, unlabelled graphics to practise with, plus a full glossary of terms. The body systems are explained logically and knowledge is built up step-by-step. The comprehensive, coherent explanations, combined with clarity of delivery, help make the subject less daunting whilst encouraging learning and aiding retention.

The Complete Pathology for Complementary Therapies book provides need to know information on 250+ medical conditions. For each condition the definition, possible causes, general signs and symptoms, conventional medical treatment, prognosis and holistic advice are covered, providing a solid reference to help therapists understand conditions that their clients may present. 

Here is an example of the conditions covered:

Acne

Addison’s Disease

Alopecia

Amenorrhoea

Anaemia

Angina

Appendicitis

Arthritis - Osteo

Asthma

Atherosclerosis

Athlete’s Foot

Bell’s Palsy

Bladder Stones

Bronchitis

Bunions

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Cirrhosis

Constipation

Contact Dermatitis (Eczema)

Cough

Cramp

Cushing’s Syndrome

Cystitis

Dandruff

Diabetes Mellitus

Endometriosis

Fibroids

Fibromyalgia

Folliculitis

Fractures

Gallstones

Genital Herpes

Glandular Fever

Gout

Hay Fever

Heartburn

High Cholesterol

Hiv And Aids

Hydronephrosis

Hypertension

Hypothyroidism

Ingrown Nail

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Kidney Stones

Laryngitis

Lupus

Lymphadenopathy

Lymphoedema

Migraine

Multiple Sclerosis

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

Myasthenia Gravis

Neuralgia

Onycholysis

Osteoporosisacne

Parkinson’s Disease

Paronychia

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Premenstrual Syndrome

Prostatitis

Psoriasis

Pyelonephritis

Scars

Sciatica

Sinusitis

Sprains And Strains

Tendonitis

Testicular Lumps (Benign)

Tonsillitis

Urinary Incontinence

Varicose Veins

Warts/VerrucaeAlzheimer’s disease

Boils

Breast lumps

Bursitis

Cancer

Chilblains

Congenital heart disease

Corns and Calluses

Crohn’s disease

Deep vein thrombosis

Depression

Diabetes insipidus

Diarrhoea

Diverticular disease

Dysmenorrhoea

Ear problems (5)

Emphysema

Epilepsy

Eye problems (3)

Female infertility

Flatulence

Foot disorders (6)

Frozen shoulder

Ganglion

Gangrene

Gastroenteritis

Glomerulonephritis

Haemorrhoids

Headache

Heart Attack

Heel fissures

Hepatitis

Hiatus hernia

Hyperhidrosis

Hyperthyroidism

Hypotension

Impotence

Indigestion

Influenza

Insomnia

Jaundice

Leg ulcers

Mastitis

Meningitis

Menorrhagia

Motor neurone disease

Mouth ulcers

Muscular dystrophy

Nail conditions (8)

Non-specific urethritis

Nosebleeds

Onychomycosis

Osteogenesis imperfecta

Osteomalacia

Peptic ulcers

Pernicious anaemia

Pertussis

Pharyngitis

Pleurisy

Pneumonia

Poliomyelitis

Postnatal depression

Prolapsed intervertebral disc

Pulmonary embolism

Raynaud’s disease

Rheumatoid arthritis

Seasonal affective disorder

Sebaceous cysts

Shingles

Snoring

Spinal disorders (3)

Stroke

Superficial thrombophlebitis

Tennis elbow/Golfer’s elbow

Tetanus

Thrush

Toothache

Tuberculosis

Ulcerative colitis

Whiplash