College of Medicine
and Healing Arts

Diploma in Iridology

Aim of this Specialisation Diploma

Students wishing to achieve this Specialisation Diploma need to successfully complete the Diploma in Naturopathic & Herbal Medicine (Tibb) or the Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy (Nafsiyat).

The aim of this Specialisation Diploma is for students already on a Professional Diploma programme to add to their repertoire of knowledge and skills by becoming a skilled and competent iridologist.

Curriculum of this Specialisation Diploma

Towards Becoming an Iridologist

1.1       The Iridologist’s Role and Responsibilities
1.2       Professional Considerations
1.3       Patient Care and Management
1.4       Stages of Disease
1.5       Physician Heal Thyself
1.6       Hering’s Law of Cure and the Healing Crisis
1.7       Preparing for Clinical Case Studies
1.8       Patient-Centred Assessment
1.9       Other Complimentary Medicine Disciplines

Basic Understanding of Iridology

Unit     Title
2.1       Anatomy & Physiology (Revisit Stage 4)
2.2       History of Eye Assessment and Diagnosis
2.3       History of Iridology
2.4       Anatomy & Physiology of the Human Eyes
2.5       Iridology Equipment
2.6       Iris Synthesis ®

Health Analysis and Assessment Using Iridology

Unit     Title
3.1.      Iris colours
3.2.      Anaemia Ring
3.3.      Atherosclerosis
3.4.      Arcus Senilis
3.5.      Autonomic Nerve Wreath
3.6.      Bowel Pockets or diverticuli
3.7.      Crypts
3.8.      Defect signs
3.9.      Diamond Lacunae in organ areas
3.10.   Heterochromia, central and sectoral
3.11.   Intra-focal lesion origins
3.12.   Lesions
3.13.   Lymphatic rosary or tophi
3.14.   Nerve rings
3.15.   Psora
3.16.   Pterygium
3.17.   Pupillary margin
3.18.   Pupil shape
3.19.   Radial Line correspondences
3.20.   Radii solaris
3.21.   Reflexive signs
3.22.   Sclera markings
3.23.   Scurf rim
3.24.   Sodium or Calcium hypercholesterol ring
3.25.   Stomach halo
3.26.   Transversals
3.27.   Eleven constitutions:

1.         Neurogenic, sensitive and robust
2.         Lymphatic
3.         Hydrogenic
4.         Bilary or mixed
5.         Haematogenic
6.         Glandular pathological
7.         Mesenchymal pathological
8.         Larvate titanic or Anxiety titanic
9.         Lipaemic
10.       Uric acid diathesis
11.       Dysenzymatic


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