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Students Receive Homeopathy Training Tuition

by Jul 3, 2019

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Three National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) students received full paid tuition from The Canadian Academy of Homeopathy to attend an “Essentials of Acute and Chronic Prescribing” course in Montreal, Canada, June 1-7, taught by one of the world’s foremost homeopathy experts, André Saine, DC, ND.

Sarah Wong, Ashley D’Adam and Allison Musso joined students from around the world for the course, which included methodical instruction in case taking and analysis, prescription and follow-up. Wong explained that the first few classes were spent discussing various naturopathic techniques and the importance of sleep, eating well and hydration. “Two live cases were presented in class, in which students were able to practice repertoirizing right along with Dr. Saine,” she noted. They also toured Dr. Saine’s clinic and homeopathic dispensary, and attended a dinner at his home. “Learning from him was to gain a unique and beautiful perspective on the science and art of homeopathy,” added Musso.

The NUHS Lincoln College of Postprofessional, Graduate and Continuing Education will be hosting Dr. Saine for a 12 CE hours credit session on “Radical Cures: How to Obtain Them,” October 25-27, 2019, addressing cures which seem impossible with conventional allopathic treatment. He will cover lasting cures with homeopathy and those involving other modalities used by naturopathic doctors such as fasting, hydrotherapy, diet, etc.

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(left to right) Dr. Saine, Sarah Wong, Allison Musso, Ashley D’Adam, Sheila McCusker

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