Second Module

REVIEW

Brief discussion review of:

8. NUTRITION

Brief overview

9. BOWEL FLORA

Importance of micro-organisms

Spatial exclusion; immune function & support; vitamin production; volatile fatty acid production

Types of bowel flora

Main species - symbionts; pathogens

Population dynamics; Support for bowel flora; Dysbiosis; Antibiotics; Diet; Surgery. Recognition and treatment

10. PARASITES

11. HERBS

Overview of the use of herbs - brief study of:

12. PRACTICAL IMPLANTING

Of herbs; probiotics; prebiotics

13. CLEANSING REGIMES

Discussion of protocols for:
Fasting mono diets: Rice, Grape, etc. Jensen Cleanse, Liver/gall bladder Cleansing, Kidney Cleansing

Subsidiary measures:
Skin brushing; Castor oil packs; Steam/sauna Salt baths

14. TREATMENT PROTOCOLS

For:

15. ALLIED THERAPIES

The interconnections between colon hydrotherapy and:
herbalism, homoeopathy/chiropractic/osteopathy/nutrition/massage hypnotherapy/orthodox, etc.

Virtual and physical reflexes relating to the bowel

16. PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

ARCH Rules & Code of Ethics

Publicity; Office management; Record keeping; filing and legal requirements. Accounting; Business plans; Charging; ARCH membership requirements; application form.

17 RESOURCE LIST

The course is internally assessed throughout and is followed by an external written exam set, and marked by an expert examiner appointed by the Association of Registered Colon Hydrotherapists

Please note: The course content may be changed without prior notification to meet standards required