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135 GBP
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Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy is the study of the form and structure of the body, its systems and organs. Physiology is the study of how cells, tissues and organisms function and how the parts of the body work and relate to each other. All professional Holistic Therapists will find that a sound grasp of human Anatomy and Physiology provides a useful foundation to their therapy studies. Every therapist should aim to complete this course. Our course covers the subject from the basic structure of the living cell, the tissues they make up and each of the major systems and organs of the human body. The course assumes no prior knowledge of anatomy and physiology and is completely comprehensive.

The student will be introduced to the language of anatomy and the way in which the position of organs and other body parts are described. This is followed by the description of each of the body’s systems and their organs including the cell, the skeletal system, the integumentary system, the muscular system, the nervous system, the endocrine system, the respiratory system, the cardiovascular system, the lymphatic system, the digestive system and the reproductive system.

Detailed knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology is the sound base on which the student can build on in order to become a knowledgeable and valued Holistic Practitioner.

The course is also delivered as Self Study format

Outcome / Qualification etc.

A Practitioner/Therapist Level Qualification is awarded on successful completion of this course.

Training Course Content

  • Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology – Overall structure and composition of the body
  • The Cells – Types – Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. Groups – Somatic, Gamete, Germ and Stem. Cell Membrane and Transportation, Reproduction and Death
  • The Skeletal System – Bones – Development and Growth, The Human Skeleton – Axial & Appendicular, Other Connective Tissues
  • The Integumentary System – Seven Functions, Skin – Epidermis, Dermis and Fatty Tissue or Sub dermal layer. The effect of Aging, Diseases and Disorders
  • Digestive Organs and Systems
  • Male & Female Reproductive Systems
  • The Muscular System – Skeletal, Smooth & Cardiac Muscles
  • The Nervous System – Brain, Spinal Cord, Nerves, Ganglia & Receptor Organs
  • The Endocrine System – Collection of Glands Producing Hormones & Regulating Metabolism
  • The Respiratory System – Nasal Passage, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchial Tubes & Lungs
  • Pituitary, Thyroid, Adrenal and Hypothalamus Glands
  • The Cardiovascular System – Heart, Arteries, Capillaries & Veins
  • The Lymphatic System, Vascular System and Immune System
  • The Digestive and Urinary Systems – Including Hormones and Enzymes that assist digestion
  • Systemic Circulation
  • The Reproductive System – Male & Female Organs and Parts which function in Reproduction

Expenses

Self Study:£135; Tutored:£295

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School of Natural Health Sciences

School of Natural Health Sciences

The School of Natural Health Sciences has over 22 years experience as a trusted provider of accredited, professional courses via distance learning. We provide more than 60 accredited, insurable, professional, holistic therapy training courses and train our students from beginner...


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Reviews

Nicola Armstrong
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I wasn’t expecting to have loved this subject so much, but I found it completely engrossing!! So, now looking forward to completing my Aromatherapy foundation, and am working through my ‘case studies’. Anatomy and Physiology, is a fascinating course, and really helped me to put my Aromatherapy knowledge into context. I already know that it wi...
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Janine Seddon
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Having not studied for over 20 years, I was really worried that I would have lost the knack. The Anatomy & Physiology course was really very interesting and the more I looked back over each module, the more I could see how they all linked together, and this is from someone who didn’t study Biology at school past age 12! I’m sure it will be in...
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