Thursday, 20 November 2014

Second intake of the Human Anatomy Course for Hijama Therapists by ICAHT

The following is an announcement by Dr Rizwhan Suleman MChiro of the Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy, an organisation providing Hijama Training in UK 

Human Anatomy
For Hijama Therapists

Do you want to improve your knowledge and understanding of human anatomy?

Join the second intake of our 6-month course on Clinical Anatomy designed specifically for Hijama Practitioners & Open to all.

About the instructor:

Dr Mike Grice (D.O) is a World-renowned specialist in the field of Anatomy and
intrinsic biomechanics. He is a Lecturer at the University College Birmingham. Having completed a degree in Osteopathy he undertook further postgraduate studies in clinical anatomy.


Why study anatomy as a hijama therapist?
The study of anatomy an integral part of training in all primary health care professions and is a prerequisite in order to safely practice hijama. 


Anatomy can be explained as the roadmap of the body and the knowledge which focuses on the structure of the human body from what can be seen with a naked eye i.e gross anatomy down to the sub-cellular scale. This knowledge is required to understand bodily function and to appreciate the interplay between the structure and function of the body in health and disease 

Course content and structure:

Musculoskeletal Anatomy will introduce learners to basic anatomical structures of the upper and
lower body and serves as an important underpinning base of knowledge. The scope of the module includes bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, as well as other tissues related to the musculoskeletal system such as fascia, cartilage, bursae and retinacula.

Overall it provides the learner with an applied practical understanding of anatomy, which is important to ensure technical competence and safety. In addition to the live lectures and anatomy workshops (see dates below), students will have access to an interactive e-learning facility that they can access remotely via the internet.  The seminars will typically run between 9am-5pm. The students will also be provided with pre-course reading as an aid to the learning process.


Date
Session 1 (Introduction)
Saturday 20th December
Session 2
Saturday 17th January
Session 3
Saturday 28th February
Session 4
Saturday 21st  March
Session 5
Saturday 18th April
Session 6 (Theory and Practical Assessment)
Saturday 16th May

Where will the course be delivered?

All the live lectures and workshops will delivered in the lecture hall at the ICAHT Centre of Integrative Medicine., 83 Rolleston Street, Leicester, England. 

How much is the course?
The 6 month course including study material, online access and examinations is being offered at the introductory
rate of only £350.
 (10% discount for ICAHT members)

Enrol asap as places are going fast, course not exclusive to ICAHT practitioners but they are being offered first places.  

Who is this course open to?
The anatomy course is open to anyone with an interest in hijama therapy and is not limited to ICAHT members, however ICAHT members are being given the opportunity to enrol before public announcement of the course.

How to register for the Course:
Please note that there are limited places on the course and we will offer places on a first come first served basis. To register for the course please contact us via the details below.
Tel. (UK): 0800 955 3575
International: 00447533446373

FEATURED ORGANISATION:
ICAHT (Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy)

LOCATION
83 Rolleston Street
Leicester
England
United Kingdom

CONTACT DETAILS:
Tel: +44 (0)7533 446 373

web: http://www.icaht.co.uk

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