Price: £150 (REF: 5)
Prerequisite: Muscle response testing skills as a healthcare profession or a foundation level kinesiology or above.
Evidence suggests that Lyme disease and its associated infections (chlamydia, babesiosis, rickettsiosis, mycoplasma etc.) are a cause of a great number of unexplained symptoms that our clients may have. It has been discovered that a tick bite is not the only way one can become infected. The key to helping people with Lyme (Borrelia) is to strengthen the immune system.
This online course explores in detail the cytokines involved with these infections and the herbs that modulate them. Cytokines that have an influence on our immune system and the organisms themselves will alter our cells" cytokine production to ensure that the environment helps them to thrive. Course participants will:
- Learn how to use test vials associated with the immune system in conjunction with specific herbs
- Receive downloadable charts to make it simple to identify which herbs to use in certain circumstances
- Learn how to carry out modalities other than supplements when using test vials.
- Receive a completion certificate for CPD purposes once the course is completed. The course is equivalent to 7 hours classroom time.
There are Three Options Available when Booking the Course
Option 1: Purchase the course excluding any test vials. This is ideal for people who have already got a supply of test vials.
Option 2: The cost includes two Ergopathic test kits, Lyme Plus, Cytokine and Immune 1 and Biofilm (1 vial)
Option 3: In addition to Option 2, Cytokine 2, 4 additional test vials and a testing block.
To find out more and to learn more and view the free preview lessons, visit the course platform here.Please note, course fees are in US dollars. Jane Ervin (UK)
This is one of the most fantastic online courses I have done! The content and information was excellent. I have many friends and clients who have experienced tick bites and now with this knowledge I feel that I can fully support them. Thank you Terry Larder