(4) Part "WELLNESS" Based CE Program
The QVIUS School of Postgraduate & Continuing Education offers a
(4) four part "Wellness" based CE program designed to guide Physicians and Practioners from a western medical style of practice towards a more
biodynamic "Wellness" based practice built upon the philosophy of Vitalism.
EVOLUTION OF MEDICAL THOUGHT
There are two separate and distinct views of reality, built upon all that is seen (Materialism) and based upon that which is unseen. Class I (one) explores the evolution of medical thought and traces its
origins from its earliest beginning to the current movement towards the integration of theses two opposing ideas.
CHARACTERISTIC OF DISEASE / INTERROGATION OF HEALING
Class II (two) picks up from Class ( I ) with the exploration of the materialistic application within the science of medical and the application of vitalistic science in the use of the Healing Arts and the emerging Healthcare system.
INTRODUCTION TO HOMEOPATHY / APPLICATION OF THE LAWS OF SIMILARS
Class III (three) introduces the application of the Laws of Similars as outlined by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann founder and developer of a systems of
healing he named "Homeopathy".
IDENTIFICATION OF THE RISK OF HEALING
Class IV (4) presents a comprehensive review of the physical assessment of each individual who enters the care of a wellness based practioner. Upon completion of this class each participants will be up to date with the most current tools to ascertain the state of health of an individual, the threat of that stated to the individual, their immediate environment and the community at large.
For further information regarding Tuition, Time and Location, or to register for classes, please call
(310) 218-0414 or visit our website, www.qvius.edu.
Requirements For Participation
Doctors of Chiropractic, Acupunctures and any other health care professionals are welcome to attend any of
QVIUS 's Postgraduate and Continuing Education programs offered. In addition, we are offering a number of certification programs available to health
care professionals. Graduates of other primary health care institutions may attend our classes, must receive prior approval from the Dean of the Postgraduate Division.