Evidence-based diagnostics and individualized therapy

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Name Evidence-based diagnostics and individualized therapy
Model Certificate Course (CAS)
Target group Physicians, therapists, dentists, pharmacists, non-medical practitioners
Language German
Duration 12 months
Number of modules 1
Structure Contact time: 128 hours (8 weekend seminars on Fri/Sat/Sun), self-study: 322 hours, total: 450 hours (15 ECTS)
Course organization DTMD University Castle Wiltz (Luxembourg); Swiss Campus of DTMD, Stans (Switzerland)
Course times

October - January &
April - July


Friday afternoon (4 hours),
Saturday (8 hours),
Sunday morning (4 hours)

once a month, exact dating follows

Admission requirements Physician, non-medical practitioner, dentist, pharmacist, completed apprenticeship or degree in a healing profession with practical experience (level 4 according to the Bruges-Copenhagen Process)
Tuition € 4.500 + 3% (TVA)
Payment modalities One-time payment, due upon booking
Feature Supplementary seminar: Success strategies for health practices
Course fee: € 500.00 + 3 % (TVA)

Evidence-based diagnostics and individualized therapy

Complementary medicine and evidence-based, trial-based conventional medicine have converged over the past 30 years. Some of the complementary therapies are proven according to scientific criteria and are offered in hospitals and partially reimbursed by health insurance companies. Vitamins, minerals and cofactors as well as phytotherapeutics are sometimes even found in the guidelines of the Scientific Medical Societies as complementary therapy recommendations. Integrative medicine combines the advantages of both approaches to the sick person. Thus, this CAS lays the foundation for an understanding of integrative diagnostic and therapeutic strategies: Common complaint patterns that arise in medical practice, their evidence-based diagnostics, and targeted therapy options are outlined. Specifically, this means that common disease patterns such as chronic stress, gut-associated diseases, oxidative and nitrosative cellular stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, metabolic blockages, immune imbalances, hormonal imbalances, and genetic and epigenetic pathologies are discussed in detail. On the therapeutic side, microbiome, micronutrient therapies, metabolic activations, and detoxification strategies, among others, are explained in detail. Dietary and lifestyle changes and therapeutic manipulation of epigenetic expression patterns are also addressed. Linked to this diagnosis and therapy is an individualized approach to the patient's clinical picture. Communication strategies for talking with patients are discussed in detail.