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Acupuncture Cam Therapy Institute | Himalayan Institute of Acupuncture and Complementary Medicines (HIACM India) is an Internationally associated Institute of Acupuncture and Complementary Medicine based in the picturesque valley of Dehradun in the Himalayan foothills of India.

Dehradun Acupuncture Institute India conducts courses in complementary alternative medicines conducts courses in ayurveda, acupuncture, acupressure, astrology, yoga, alternative medicine, complementary medicines and also does research and development (R & D) in alternative medicines, acupuncture, alternative medicine, camtherapy, yoga, complementary medicine, complementary alternative medicine and other associated medical sciences.

Acupuncture Cam Therapy Institute India, run under the aegis of the International Himalayan Institute of Acupuncture and Complementary Medicines, is located at Dehradun in Uttaranchal|Uttarakhand, India. Its acupuncturists and doctors conduct medical sciences courses in Ayurveda, acupuncture healing, acupressure, Vedic astrology, yoga therapies, alternative medicine and also do research and development (R & D) in complementary medicine, alternative medicines, herbal medicine and ayurvedic cancer cure and treatment.

Acupuncture CAM Therapy Institute of Acupuncture & Complementary Medicines is located at Dehradun, India. It conducts courses in Ayurveda, acupuncture, acupressure, Vedic astrology, Yoga , complementary medicine and alternative medicine under the aegis of Himalayan Institute of Acupuncture and Complementary Medicines.

 
 

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What is complementary medicine?
Complementary medicine is the term for medical products and practices that are not part of standard care. Standard care is what medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy, and other health professionals, such as registered nurses and physical therapists, practice. Complementary medicine treatments are used in addition to standard ones.
Complementary care is the use of nontraditional or alternative methods along with conventional Western medicine. Complementary care is also referred to as integrative or blended medicine. Using guided imagery techniques to help lessen your discomfort and speed recovery following surgery is an example of complementary care.
Alternative care is used in place of conventional medical treatments. Using melatonin to treat insomnia instead of a prescription sleep aid is an example of alternative care.

Is complementary medicine safe?
Different people will respond to treatments in different ways. How you might respond to a given treatment depends on many things, including your overall state of health, how the treatment is applied, or even your belief in the treatment.
Why do people use complementary medicine?
• Lifestyle changes
Complementary and alternative practices can help people make important health and lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking, lowering blood pressure, reducing stress and anxiety, and boosting energy and immune system responses, among other benefits.
• Pain management
Chronic, recurring pain, such as back, neck, head, or joint aches, are the most common health reasons that Americans use complementary and alternative care.*
• Other health issues
Complementary and alternative approaches may be able to help treat colds, anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal disorders, hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms, sleep problems, and infertility.*
• Prevention or reduction of side effects
A growing number of people believe that complementary and alternative care has fewer side effects than some conventional medical treatments.
• To supplement conventional treatment
Some people may turn to complementary practices to help improve their symptoms if their health problems don't respond to conventional treatment alone.
• Because it feels good
Therapeutic massage, aromatherapy, relaxation exercises, and other rituals can help you manage stress, quiet your mind, and feel better.
• Mind-body connection
Complementary and alternative therapies often emphasize the connection between mind and body. Many people respond well to treatments that address their sense of mental well-being as well as their physical health.
• Empowerment
Some people feel more involved and in control when they are participating actively in their health by using self-care practices such as meditation.
• Personal and cultural beliefs
Some religions and cultures include complementary and alternative practices as part of their approach towards health and healing.
 

Frequently Asked Questions - HIACM Institute

Q. What are the entry requirements?
A. The entry requirements vary for each course. Each application will be considered individually to take lifetime learning into account and to ensure that HIACM is providing equal opportunity to everyone.

Q. Who performs accreditation?
A. The regulatory body specific to the modality. Please contact the Administration Office for information on the relevant regulatory body.

Q. Will I be able to practice?
A. Yes. As a graduate of an HIACM diploma course you will have successfully completed an accredited course. You will be able to join the relevant association. It is through the association that you will get the insurance required to practice.

Q. What is the enrolment fee?
A. The enrolment fee is a single non-refundable deposit, paid to secure a place on a specific course. It is a part of the course fees.

Q. Can I do more than one course at a time?
A. You can as long as both you and your course advisor consider it possible. It is usually much better to learn one subject well and then learn another one well, than it is to try and learn several subjects at once.

Q. Do I need to buy books?
A. You will usually have to buy a book or a number of books, depending on the course. These will continue to be useful reference books.

Q. What are the career opportunities?
A. There is an ever increasing demand and need for effective Naturopaths and Nutritional Therapists in today’s society. As a graduate of a HIACM Diploma course you will be well placed for jobs within the healthcare, health & beauty and sports & leisure industries. For those who wish to set up in private practice, HIACM will support you with all the advice and guidelines required in launching your practice.

Q. What is a naturopath?
A. A naturopath is a health practitioner who uses natural means to promote and assist the body’s own healing ability. They would have at least one area of specialisation, be it in homeopathy, herbal medicine or acupuncture. They would have to be qualified in naturopathic nutrition and have one other natural healing practice or therapy.