I. Constitutional Hydrotherapy in Clinical Practice

Constitutional Hydrotherapy (CHT) is a modifiable clinical therapy grounded in the fundamental Nature-Cure theory. This class will instruct you with hands-on experiences, to individualize CHT to each patient and disease process upon each patient visit. You will be instructed on how to use Diathermy, high frequency, as well as electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) physio machines so that they can also be integrated into individualized therapies depending upon indications.

This class will include a study of case examples of CHT from nearly 100 years of successful outpatient clinical care. Acute conditions such as pneumonia, cystitis, septicemia, impetigo, kidney failure, meningitis, dysmennorhea, to thypoid fever and bubonic plague will be discussed. Chronic conditions such as asthma, chron's, cancer, gangrene, rheumatoid arthritis, anemia, cardiac disease, multiple sclerosis, TB, will also be presented. These diseases and others, will be discussed as healed cases using CHT and the Carroll supporting methods.

Included also in this 2-day intensive course will be instruction on heart-tone diagnosis, Bolen blood analysis, Iris diagnosis, Schuessler remedies, and an introduction to the Carroll Food Intolerance Method.

Course Organization and Requirements

1) Education Objectives:

a. Develop a working knowledge of CHT
b. Monitor a patient's progress and determine a therapeutic plan
c. How to develop and maintain a Nature-Cure practice

2) Course Structure (9:00am - 5:00 pm)

a. The first day will be lecture at the Spokane Club in downtown Spokane, WA. (Lunch will be provided)
b. The second day will be held at the Windrose Naturopathic Clinic where you will have hands-on instruction in CHT, Bolen blood analysis, Iris diagnosis, Acoustic Cardiograph heart evaluation, and Chapman reflex diagnosis. Windrose Clinic is the longest operating Nature-Clinic in the U.S. (Lunch on your own).

3) Course Material

a. Provided with your attendance will be a copy of the PowerPoint lecture slides, an instructional hydrotherapy DVD which is accompanied with 7 laminated therapy reference chards / charts, and an 11 x 17 Bolen Blood Analysis poster for reference in your own clinic.

4) Pre-requisites

a. Students of an accredited Naturopathic University in their 3rd or 4th year are accepted, or
b. Licensed Naturopaths are given first priority
c. A copy of license or proof of student enrollment is required with registration

5) Registration

a. Space is limited due to the number of therapy tables available at Windrose Clinic.
b. Maximum number of students is 20 (with a minimum signup of 10 for the class to be held).
c. Fee: $395.00 for Doctors, $345.00 for students
d. See Registration page to sign up.



II. The Carroll Food Intolerance Method

This is the most important element of a Nature-Cure practice. The Carroll Food Intolerance Method originated with Dr. Otis G. Carroll. This blood evaluation determines a patient's primary and secondary food intolerances. By providing this critical information to a patient, educating them in their individual proper diet, allows for the vis to provide power to the healing process. Without this knowledge, foods are otherwise consumed which cause toxemia of the body. This toxemia, as Dr. Lindlahr states, is the cause of all dis-ease. [For More Hisory]

This 2-day intensive course will cover the history of this unique naturopathic diagnostic method, as well as case examples and journeys of the doctors who have traveled this path to teach you this procedure. You will have hands-on instruction and practice time on state-of-the-art medical equipment.

Instruction will be given in patient case management and support materials available for compliance by your patients.

You will have the option to purchase the equipment so that you can utilize this procedure in your own clinic. Should you choose to purchase the equipment, rest assured that Dr J. Zeff and Dr. L. Dick will provide you with on-going tutoring and support until you achieve "Certified" status. This Certificate of Competency is given after the instructors' determine your accuracy.

If do not have the time or funds to directly integrate this evaluation in your own clinic, we can arrange for the Food Intolerance evaluation to be performed for your patients by other Certified Naturopaths, with the results being sent to you for your patient management.

Course Organization and Requirements

1) Education Objectives :

a. Understand the history and evolution of this naturopathic modality
b. Have a working knowledge of the Carroll Method with hands-on experience using newly manufactured equipment
c. Gain proficiency to utilize this procedure immediately for your patient's care and generate revenue for you clinic.

2) Course Structure (9:00am - 5:00pm)

This 2-day class will be held at the Spokane Club in downtown Spokane, WA. Spokane is the birthplace of the Carroll Food Intolerance Method. Class sizes are limited in order to provide very individualized tutoring to ensure you are confident in you testing skills.

3) Course Material

Provided with attendance is an instruction manual and a set of equipment to practice on. This medical instrument and accessories are available to purchase at the end of the course. Purchase is optional at this time and can be purchased at a later date.

4) Pre-requisites

a. Students of an accredited Naturopathic University in their 3rd or 4th year are accepted, or
b. Licensed Naturopaths are given first priority
c. A copy of license or proof of student enrollment is required with registration

5) Our Commitment

Drs J. Zeff & L. Dick, are committed to your success with this traditional Nature-Cure procedure. We will tutor you in this process for as long as it takes, until you are not only comfortable with your technique, as well as your accuracy. Some doctors have achieved competency in as little as a month, while others have taken over a year. All levels of learning and commitment are accepted and actually expected. The nature of this evaluation technique requires flexibility and patience. We are here for you for as long as it takes.

6) Registration

a. Class is limited to 10 only..
b. Fee: $725.00 for Doctors, $625.00 for students
c. Refresher for previous attendees: $95.00

d. See Registration page to sign up.

 

III. Bi-Nasal Specifics
Course instructor is Dr. Loyd Jacobs, DC, ND. Dr Jacobs has extensive experience using this cranial sacral manipulation technique. He will give hands-on instruction, discuss casses and his experience in working with Dr. Richard Stober, Dr. Finnell, Dr. King, and Dr Byron White.
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Course Organization and Requirements

1) Education Objectives:

a. Develop a working knowledge of when/why/how to apply as part of a therapeutic plan

2) Course Structure (9:00am - 5:00 pm)

a. Hands on lecture at the Spokane Club in downtown Spokane, WA. (Lunch will be provided)

4) Pre-requisites

a. Students of an accredited Naturopathic University in their 3rd or 4th year are accepted, or
b. Licensed Naturopaths are given first priority
c. A copy of license or proof of student enrollment is required with registration

5) Registration

a. Maximum number of students is 20 (with a minimum signup of 10 for the class to be held).
b. Fee: $150.00.

 

IV. Residency Immersion Program (2-3 months)

This program is intended for new graduates from accredited naturopathic universities who are seeking the experience of working in the oldest continually operated traditional naturopathic clinic in the U.S. Hands-on training and supervision of hydrotherapy, iris diagnosis, chapman reflexes, Bolen blood analysis, acute & chronic disease case management, as well as clinic organization and business management will be focus of your experience. The fee for this training is $5,000/month.

This is a highly customized program and I think I will make the first one available starting in the Fall, on a first come basis. I will only be having one resident at a time for this period. As part of my candidate screening process I am requiring a resume or CV and will be conducting a personal interview. If you are interested in applying, please submit your resume and a short essay of why you are interested in this experience to DrTish@TheCarrollinstitute.org

 

Note: All classes are held in Spokane, Washington (unless otherwise noted). The Residency Immersion Program is at The Windrose Naturopathic Clinic and is taught / supervised by Dr. Letitia Dick.