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Natural Therapy Courses

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With a growing interest from both the public and other healthcare practitioners, there has never been a better time to turn Traditional Chinese Medicine into your career path. The Bachelor Of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Western Sydney University sets you up with the knowledge and skills to become a TCM practitioner in areas including in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and herb dispensing.

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About Natural Therapy

‘Natural therapies’ is a term used to describe a range of therapy practices that aim to promote health and treat illness through natural, holistic means. It is a field enjoying immense popularity and increasing recognition as people seek to treat themselves naturally and enhance their wellbeing.

Treatments can range from physical therapies like massage, to herbal remedies or treatment through lifestyle change like diet and nutrition. The array of therapies is incredibly diverse – there’s a modality to suit everyone.

If you choose to study Western herbal medicine and naturopathy, you will learn about not only herbal and naturopathic treatments, but you will also learn the science to back them up. This means you will cover anatomy and physiology, botany and biochemistry, in addition to more alternative methods like iridology, so you can utilise both traditional and complementary approaches to provide ideal outcomes for your clients.

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