“The way to success is the way of the artist, where you work really hard for years. You show up everyday. You do the work. You see yourself as an artist dedicated to your craft. You face countless challenges and tons of rejections that make you doubt yourself and cause you to want to quit. But you don’t. You keep working hard, stay positive, and persevere through it all with resilience, determination, and a lot of hope and faith. Then you make it!”
Bioresonance Analysis of Health is often heralded by those learning it as one of the most comprehensive medical systems around, and an artform. Spanning a plethora of medical options – from conventional to alternative, emotional to energetic – the system requires an immense amount of knowledge and experience for it to be practiced in its completeness. It also requires skill and a refined craft – the doctor acting as an artist, each patient as a blank canvas. This skill takes time and effort to develop (sometimes years), but the end results are nothing short of phenomenal.
Embracing that B.A.H. is an artform, we at Innovative Medicine have made the decision to change the training format from a lecture-based / 3-day practical seminar in a conference room, to a clinical fellowship / training modules that will bring the practitioner into a medical setting, and allow for hands-on training that will accelerate the training and proficiency process.
Benefits of New Training Style:
- Hands-on Training: Learning in a seminar room is one thing, but experiencing clinical practice with a patient in a medical center offers the type of hands-on training that leads to quicker .
- More Training Time: Limiting the time needed to learn an artform to 3-day spurts slows the overall training process – but fully immersing one in the clinical process and training over an extended time leads to honing a craft and improved proficiency and understanding.
- Improved Understanding of Implementation: B.A.H. utilizes a great deal of procedures and healing tools. Simply speaking about them is sometimes not sufficient – seeing them in action allows for practitioners to then implement them in their own practice with more ease.
- More One-on-One Time: Teaching an artform that took tens of years to fully create to a large audience can be a daunting task. Participants often have many personal questions depending on their past experiences and medical training, and often time these questions cannot be answered with numerous participants vying for the limited time of the presenter / teacher. Limiting the number trained at first allows those in training to receive real one-on-one time with the training physician, and for all questions to be answered fully
- Clinical Training in Specific Procedures / Treatments: It’s not enough to learn B.A.H., all the testing parameters and treatments, and become proficient in patient evaluations. If you do not have the proper training in the treatments personalized to the patient, the treatment will not be successful. To help practitioners fill in the gaps of where they lack training of specific procedures, we will offer specific training modules within the fellowship in certain treatments, instruments, and modalities.
When to Expect These Changes
Currently, one remaining 3-day practical training course remains (December 11-13, San Francisco, CA), at which point the fellowship program will be developed with the help of Dr. Thomas K. Szulc, as well as other practicing B.A.H. physicians. We expect the new training program to be launched in the 3rd or 4th quarter of 2016.
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