Philosophy in Health Sciences, Ph.D

PhD_Admission_Notifications  Holistic Health is a Medical Alternative that focuses on a whole-body approach to healing, medicine and overall health. Doctoral degrees are available in various areas within the alternative medicine world, such as Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Herbalism, Homeopathy, and Naturopathy

A PhD will provide not only self satisfaction and greater competence, but will also give you a career edge for promotion, publication, conferences, and for opening your own practice.

The students will read, study, learn, and most importantly, clinically put into practice these many fundamental approaches. This in-depth education will allow the students to better integrate the foundation of modern medicine to a more multi-dimensional model of Natural Medicine.

IHMA’s PhD program offers the student and future practitioner or educator an opportunity to develop their own individualized program to meet their needs and objectives, with guidance from the Researchers. A student will receive their doctorate in Health Sciences and may choose to major in many modalities or specialties.

IHMA Offers Doctorate in

  • Medical Biophysics
  • Medical Microbiology
  • Vedic Health Sciences
  • Health Management
  • Music Therapy
  • Dermatogylphics – Autism
  • Medical Oncology
  • Medical Genetics – Myopia
  • Medical Biochemistry
  • Child Psychology
  • Psycholingustics
  • Human Psychology
  • Linguistic Health Approach

For choosing the topic and other details kindly contact our Research Director

Prof.Dr.Geetha, Indian Holistic medical Academy

Bangalore

Ph:08023440694, Mobile :+91-9886762916

Email: ihma.tac@gmail.com, geetha1553@gmail.com

 

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