ICAHT Hijama Diploma Graduation Day 30 August 2015 update

ICAHT (Dec 2014) Diploma Class Graduate!

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 


By the grace of God we have once again been honoured to present our most recent class of graduates their ICAHT Diploma in Clinically Applied Hijama therapy certificates on 30th August, 2015 after completing the newer, further loaded curriculum, consisting of more practical assessments, OSCE’s exams and additional hands on practical sessions then ever before.

A number of French based students, five doctors, some nurses, pharmacists, biomedical scientists, a physiotherapist and an array of non-medically qualified personalities who were looking to redirect their careers made up the class. Amongst them was also Mr Saada Chenine, an Algerian mathematician and senior university lecturer who had over 17 years of experience in practicing hijama and one of our youngest students to date Mr Jamaal Mirza at just 21 years old.

The class presented some of their case studies and shared many heart warming experiences of how the holistic application of the hijama health management model had impacted not only their lives but the lives of many of their patients. Its was an extraordinary experience to witness the level of  determination and commitment expressed by some members of the class. One particular individual who requires a notable mention was Mrs Nadia Toughrani from France who despite being pregnant and having to commute for the clinical placement and anatomy sessions, completed the course and all of its requirements with a outstanding results.

An overall best student certificate and prize was given to Sheikh Abdul Majid Iltaf who surpassed all previous classes attaining the highest results ever noted in an ICAHT Hijama diploma group. Below is a short clip of his presentation describing his experiences:


Together the tutors, graduating students and guests enjoyed a healthy dinner while listening to the remaining presentations and receiving further details on ICAHT memberships and practitioner insurance requirements post registration.

Although not all students presented their case presentations as promised (we will be as kind as to not mention any names!) there was a great feeling of enthusiasm from the class as a whole that lead us to believe that each and every student was ready to go and spread the message of the true, holistic health care model to each of their communities.

Finally votes were taken from all who attended to award the best presentation certificate which was given to our dear brother Saada Chenine from France, who gave a very detailed account of his case presentations and explained with great enthusiasm the various experiences that he had had.

The day closed with some group photos, some emotional farewells and a reminder that this is not the end of a learning journey but just the beginning and that the ICAHT family will always be in touch as we work together to achieve our bigger vision together: reviving the practice of hijama on a global scale, one community at a time.


We are now enrolling for our December, 2015 intake, for more details click here

How Do I enrol?
Visit: www.icaht.co.uk
or email admissions@icaht.co.uk for further details


ICAHT (Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy)

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)800 955 3575

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


Our thanks to ICAHT from England for sharing the above post. If you have any questions or want to leave some feedback on their training, then please do so via a comment* below.

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