The International College of Regenerative Medicine™ (ICRM™)
The International College of Regenerative MedicineTM (ICRMTM) will offer certification and degrees in Integrative Regenerative Medicine. ICRMTM will teach these courses to those with the aptitude and ethics for the Natural Healing Arts & Sciences.
For both the general public as well as the healthcare professional, ICRMTM will serve as your educational source on the how and why of the Four Pillars, The Regenerative EffectTM, and Applied Colloidal TherapeuticsTM. ICRMTM certification and degree offering programs are designed for Undergraduate studies, Post-graduate studies and advanced certification Post-graduate studies. Examples of post-graduate degrees will be Master of Science and PhD degrees in Regenerative Meridian Therapeutics.
Examples of advanced certification post-graduate studies are instructor certification in Regenerative Meridian TherapeuticsTM, and Regenerative Applied BioenergeticsTM.
The Vision of the College is to educate the practical methods to eliminate all chronic degenerative disease and premature aging by instructing how to initiate and sustain The Regeneration Effect within.
The Mission of the College is two-fold:
1. First, our mission seeks to enable every household to enjoy a life equal to that of our healthiest, most spirited and honorable ancestors - the longest-living. the means to through the knowledge of how to keep their family healthy and thriving well beyond the average life span we currently attain.
2. Second, our mission seeks to be the premier international educational authority to members of the healing professions wishing to earn certification or degrees in Integrative Regenerative Medicine.
ICRM Initial Educational Offerings
The ICRM will initially offer 2 year curriculums under three differing modules beginning this Summer of 2016:
1. Module One will feature concurrent 2 and 5 Day Intensive workshops at select on-site locations that facilitate regenerative healing of the mind & body. Pre-requisite reading is required;
2. Module Two will offer extended workshops so students will thoroughly experience the regenerative effects (practice must go with the theory);
3. Module Three will offer instructorship level course work, including Clinical Practicums (Grand-Rounds) at various integrative medical facilities, located both here and abroad.
ICRM Paradigm and Orientation
The paradigm and orientation to all studies will concern our human constitution, what regenerates it, and the longliving traditions that do so (via the Four Pillars). Nothing is more specific to our health than our human constitution. The science of human constitution was once featured in our top medical schools up till the 1950's when it fell into disuse. The International College of Regenerative MedicineTM will be offering degree programs that focus on self-reliant family health care practices as perfected by all longliving cultures. These practices have virtually insured such cultures extraordinary long and essentially disease-free lives, from cradle to grave. With such a focus, ICRMTM hopes to make medical practice once again sustainable for all societies.
For folks with or without complete formal college education, two year certification courses will be offered. As certification courses are accrued by the student, they will become a direct pathway to acquire the degree - Bachelors of Science in Regenerative Health - B.S.(RH) from the School. A minimum of eight (8) certifications will be necessary to fulfill graduation requirements, inclusive of four mandatory certifications pertaining to the Four Pillars.
UNDER GRADUATE CERTIFICATION COURSE WORK IN INTEGRATIVE REGENERATIVE HEALTH
Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Detoxification, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Manual Technique, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Fasting Technique, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Aerobic Metabolic Technique, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Circulatory Technique, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Nutrition, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Botanical Therapeutics, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Agronomy, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Homeopathy, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Meridian Therapy (non-invasive), Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Sonistry (Sound & Music) Therapy, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Mind/Body Technique, Certificate of Proficiency in Integrative Regenerative Immunogenics (via Strict Determinism), etc...
Those with undergraduate college degrees or higher, two year courses will be offered leading first to Master Certification. Courses may be taken consecutively or concomittantly as one's schedule allows. As these certifications accrue, they will become a direct pathway to acquire the degree - Masters of Science in Integrative Regenerative Health - M.S.(IRH). Graduation requirements are achieved when the student has successfully completed no less than six (6) Master Certifications.
These courses are perfect for the stay at home parent, single folks, or people with family members in deep crisis. The course work is designed to be flexible. Students go at their own pace with no time limits enforced upon their studies.
•Setting up a Regenerative Program At Home for Infants
•Setting up a Regenerative Program At Home for Children
•Setting up a Regenerative Environment for the Entire Family
•Setting up a Regenerative Program for Pets
How to Establish a Lifestyle for Super Longevity
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Dental and Bone Disorders* (associated with Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Periodontal Diseases)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Joint Disorders (associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Connective Tissue Disorders)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Rogue Cellular Growth, Structure & Function (associated with Cancer, Psoriasis, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Neuromuscular Disorders (associated with Chronic Fatigue Immune Disorders, Fibromyalgia, ALS, MS, Parkinson's Disease, ADHD, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Eyesight Disorders
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Blood Flow Disorders (associated with Angina, Atherosclerosis, Hypercoagulation syndromes, ISAC, PED, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Blood Sugar Disorders (associated with Diabetes, Hypoglycemia)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Super Fitness
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for the Digestive System Disorders (associated with Heartburn, GERD, Ulcers, IBS, Crohn's Disease, Leaky Gut Syndrome, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Female Cycle Disorders (associated with Dysmenorrhea, PMS, Perimenopause, Infertility, etc....)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Heart Disorders (associated with Myocardial Infarction, Congestive Heart Failure, Atrial Fibrillation, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Glandular Disorders (associated with Hypothyroidism, Liver Disorders, Hypoadrenia, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Short & Long Term Immune Disorders (associated with Bacterial, Fungal, Viral, parasitic infections)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Male Disorders (associated with Andropause, Virility, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Memory & Mental Focus Disorders (associated with AD, Short-term memory loss, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Mental Disturbances (associated with ADHD, Autism, Depression, Mania, Schizophrenia, Paranoia, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Metal & Xenobiotic (Chemical) Contamination
•Integrative Regenerative Methods During Pregnancy
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Respiratory Disorders (associated with COPD, Bronchitis, Emphysema, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for the Skin Disorders (associated with Acne, Dermatitis, etc...)
•Integrative Regenerative Methods for Weight Disorders (associated with failure to gain weight, Obesity, etc...)
MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN INTEGRATIVE REGENERATIVE HEALTH - SPECIAL TOPICS
ICRM Certifications Continued
Master of Eclectic Detoxification, Master of Integrative Regenerative Manual Therapeutics, Master of Integrative Regenerative Fasting, Master of Integrative Regenerative Aerobic Metabolic Therapeutics, Master of Integrative Regenerative Nutritional Therapeutics, Master of Integrative Regenerative Botanical Therapeutics, Master of Integrative Regenerative Agronomy, Master of Integrative Regenerative Homeopathic Therapeutics, Master of Integrative Regenerative Meridian Therapeutics (non-invasive), Master of Integrative Regenerative BioAcoustics, Master of Family Dysponesis*, Master of Integrative Regenerative PsychoneurosomaticsTM and Bioenergetics*, Master of Integrative Regenerative Immunology, etc.
•Graduates may continue on to complete their requirements to earn a Doctorate in Integrative Regenerative Medicine - Ph.D.(IRM), by both submitting a Masters Thesis and passing as series of special examinations to demonstrate proficiency in the Art & Science of Integrative Regenerative Medicine. To fulfill the requirements of graduation from the program, students must successfully complete at least 3 cognates in Integrative Regenerative Medicine. In addition, the program requires Masters students to serve as instructors to undergraduate students online as well as facilitate and support student families converting their present lifestyle into a regenerative lifestyle. The Doctorate program likewise requires students to attend special sessions both domestically and abroad as part of our International Lecture Tours series, as well as to help instruct our Masters students.
•PhD graduates may seek instructorship level qualifications with the College to become Fellows of the ICRMTM and/or members of our faculty.
Bioethics of Integrative Regenerative Healing Human Constitutional Analysis
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Detoxification as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Enzymology as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Bioxidative Therapies as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Trophology (Applied Nutritional Therapeutics) as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Regenerative Agronomy as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Regenerative Nourishment/Food Preparation and menu selection as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Botanical Medicine as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Endocrinology (including bio-identical hormone replacement therapy) as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Immunology as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative BioEnergetics as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Homeopathic Medicine as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Meridian Therapy as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Thermotherapy
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Light Therapy (Applied Unified Field Theory relating to light frequency dysponesis and regeneration) as it relates to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative BioAcoustics (Applied Unified Field Theory relating to sound frequency dysponesis and regeneration) as it relates to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Psychoneurosomatics (Applied Unified Field Theory relating to mindènerveèbody dysponesis, re-integration and regeneration) as it applies to the human constitution
•The Principles of Integrative Regenerative Epigenetics & Polymorphism (Applied Unified Field Theory relating to Family Dysponesis and regeneration of the family tree line) as it applies to the human constitution
ICRMTM SPECIAL RESEARCH TOPICS PERTAINING TO MASTERS AND DOCTORATE PROGRAMS
A. What is the optimal blood pH to keep us disease-free and mentally healthy? Was George Watson, PhD, correct that it was 7.46 pH? 
B. Did Melvin Page, DDS, correctly identify the ideal blood electrolyte (Ca/PO3) and blood gas ratios we should correct for? And did Page's precise anthropological measurements and ratios precisely reveal degrading human constitutions or not? And did Page's dietary intervention or use of glandular extracts, such as his posterior pituitary extract, really bring about optimal blood chemistry responses? First we need to determine what the ideal blood chemistry of primary traditional adhering (pta)-longliving peoples actually is before we can answer this.
C. Are blood types and diet linked according to how the pta-peoples actually eat?
D. What really is the ideal hair analysis profile (mineral spectrum and ratios) according the longliving and essentially disease-free pta-peoples? Do different cultures around the globe of the longliving share these hair mineral ratios in common?
E. How do the pta-people's hair analysis ratios correlate to their blood types, blood chemistries, blood pH, andanthropometric findings?
F. Did Emanuel Revici, MD, PhD, Carey Reams, PhD, and other experts in urine/saliva testing, blood fat/triglyceride panels, biological terrain analysis (BTA), and vital sign analysis (VSA) have it correct after all?
G. Next, what are the actual blood hormone levels of pta-peoples at different age groups? Are the modern thyroid panels really able to properly appraise the proper thyroid hormone levels of patients since this kind of pta-people's hormonal blood profile reference data is unknown?
H. Also, what would Darkfield Blood Analysis (or Live Cell Analysis - LCA) determine about the blood of pta-peoples?
I. Most longliving and essentially disease-free cultures use vast amounts of raw foods from all food groups (raw food omnivore dietaries) in their dietary., , ,  So, how do epic nutritional studies in common use today by the best of nutritionists, hold their validity? For example, studies such as The China Study, The Zone Diet,  and The Glycemic Index Diet, paid zero attention to this universal pta-peoples' practice of emphasizing raw foods. For example, the majority of all the colloidal regenerative factors (cRFsTM) are destroyed by most forms of cooking.
J. What is the electromagnetic profile of the pta-peoples?
K. And finally, how do these pta-peoples provide for their genealogical well-being and healing when families or the tribe experience a traumatic conflict event? pta-peoples are known to have exact 'systems' of healing their respective family genealogies, as first observed by Bert Hellinger when he was embedded with the S. African Zulus as a Catholic missionary back in the 1950's.
The information above is precisely what defines the optimal human constitution which enables human beings to live extremely long and prosperous lives. For a complete definition of the all importance of the human constitution to our health and Longevity Index (L.I.), please see - [Click Here].
The College's offering of an advanced degree is perfect for business people, anyone with a college degree, even if in a full-time occupation. Course work may proceed according to the time table of the student, with select, but easily managed exceptions. Anyone with an Associates degree - AA, AAS or AS, or who is an experienced licensed massage practitioner - LMP, having served in the field for a number of years, may apply for for entry into the Masters program as well. Such applicants will be evaluated according to their life's experiences and any additional course work they may have completed in natural health will be taken into full consideration. In some worthy cases, successfully completing one or more semesters of the Bachelors curriculum may be required before reconsideration for acceptance into the Masters program.
SAMPLE MASTERS TRACK
1. Year One/Semester One Foundational Studies - Masters of Science in Integrative Regenerative Health:
A. The food chain of the longliving human cultures;
B. The fundamentals of cell regeneration;
C. The fundamentals of human regeneration;
D. Applications of daily practices in the regenerative lifestyle for all family members.
2. Year One/Semester Two Human Studies - Masters of Science in Integrative Regenerative Health:
E. The detoxification practices of the longliving & optimally healthy primary peoples;
F. The fitness and oxygenation practices of the longliving & optimally healthy primary peoples;
G. The optimal food selections of the longliving & optimal healthy primary peoples;
H. Introduction to bioenergetics and techniques of positive attitudes (i.e., laughter and other tools);
I. Applications of weekly practices in the regenerative lifestyle for all family members.
3. Year Two/Semester One - Masters of Science in Integrative Regenerative Health:
J. Integrative Regenerative Mind/Body Basic Principles - Body Types, Metabolic Types, Personality Types;
K. Perfecting daily applications of the Four Pillars;
L. Family Constellation Workshop Part - 1;
M. Applications of the monthly and quarterly practices in the regenerative lifestyle for all family members.
4. Year Two/Semester Two - Masters of Science in Integrative Regenerative Health:
N. Integrative Regenerative Mind/Body Intermediate Principles - Techniques of mastering one's own mind;
O. The Regeneration Effect from top to bottom;
P. Family Constellation Workshop Part - 2;
Q. Annual applications in the regenerative lifestyle of all family members.
Thesis Requirement: Integrative Regenerative Mind/Body Advanced Principles - Special subjects: Psychogenic phenomena; Mind/Body dynamics; Mind/Body purification; Mind/Body disciplines; etc...
Under the College's credentialing authority licensed healthcare professionals fulfilling the requirements for their Masters of Science in Integrative Regenerative Health will be conferred the degree of designated as M.S.(IRH). Graduates who have earned their M.S.(IRH) degree may matriculate into the College's Doctorate program if they so desire.
Although not a guarantee of acceptance, physicians and licensed healthcare professionals may directly apply for matriculation into the Integrative College of Regenerative Medicine Doctorate program whether or not they hold a Masters degree. This would include Medical physicians - MD; Osteopathic physicians - DO. Nurse Practitioners NP; Nutritionists holding degrees from recognized colleges - MS or RD or PhD; Pharmacists - RPh; Pharmacologists - PharmD; Doctors of Optometry - OD; Doctors of Podiatry - DPM; Doctors of Dentistry - DMD or DDS; Doctors of Veterinary Medicine - DVM; Doctors of Acupuncture - DAc; Doctors of Oriental Medicine - OMD; Chiropractic Physicians -DC; and Naturopathic Physicians - ND or NMD; Masters in Psychology, etc...
Certified and Licensed Nutritionists (CN) and Master Herbalists (M.H.) may also make application to the College's Doctorate program, but must include their life's experiences in the field of natural healing for a complete pre-admission evaluation. The pre-admission evaluation will weigh how much skill set the applicant has acquired and measure it against our Masters degree program. In cases where any applicant does not meet the standard for admissions into the Doctorate program, the applicant may be given significant credit and "comp out" of one or more semesters in the College's Masters program. A proficiency examination and submission of a Masters Thesis may also be required in such cases. Complete guidelines and expected depth of detail will be provided ahead of time to enable such applicants a clear understanding of what is expected out of their proficiency examination and Masters Thesis to meet the standards for admission into the Doctorate program. Such candidates may wish to apply for a special mentorship to successfully complete these potential requirements made available by our Ph.D. students.
SAMPLE DOCTORATE TRACK
1. Year Three/Semester One Foundational Studies in Integrative Regenerative Constitutional Medicine:
A. The science and colloidal properties of optimal soils and horticulture;
B. The science and colloidal properties of optimal cell physiology;
C. The science and proper colloidal experimental designs to animal studies;
D. Applied Colloidal TherapeuticsTM (ACTTM) Basics Part I.
2. Year Three/Semester Two Human Studies - Understanding the colloidal chemistry applications to:
E. The longliving & optimally healthy primary peoples;
F. Optimally healthy infants;
G. Reversing terminal states;
H. Introduction to anti-aging principles and best practices;
I. ACTTM Basics Part II;
J. Review and assist instruction of Masters curricula year 1, semester 1.
3. Year Four/Semester One - Special Topics in Integrative Regenerative Constitutional Medicine
K. Body Types;
L. Metabolic Types;
M. Personality Types;
N. Psychological Types - 2;
O. ACTTM Intermediate I;
P. Review and assist instruction of Masters curricula year 1, semester 2.
4. Year Four/Semester Two - Special Topics in Integrative Regenerative Constitutional Medicine
Q. Intermediate Anti-Aging principles and best practices;
R. The Regeneration Effect;
S. ACTTM Intermediate II;
T. Review and assist instruction of Masters curricula year 2, semester 1.
5. Year Five/Semester One - Doctorate Program in Integrative Regenerative Constitutional Medicine
U. Constitutional Somato-Visceral Therapeutics;
V. Constitutional BioEnergetics Part I;
W. ACTTM Advanced Part I;
X. Review and assist instruction of Masters curricula year 2, semester 2.
6. Year Five/Semester Two - Doctorate Program in Integrative Regenerative Constitutional Medicine
Y. Constitutional Metabolic Therapeutics;
Z. Constitutional BioEnergetics Part II;
AA. ACTTM Advanced Part II;
BB. Written Examination;
CC. Demonstration of Clinical Proficiency to the satisfaction of the senior ICRMTM faculty fellows.
This completes the doctorate program for the Integrative College of Regenerative MedicineTM. Students who successfully complete the doctorate program will be conferred the degree: Doctor of Integrative Regenerative Medicine - Ph.D.(IRM)
SAMPLE HIGER DOCTORATE & FELLOWSHIP TRACK
All Doctorate graduates may wish to obtain their Higher Doctorate degree and seek appointment as a Fellow of the International College of Regenerative MedicineTM (FICRM) and/or as a faculty member of the College - Ph.D.(IRM), FICRM. The habilitation process will require candidates to write a Professorial Thesis, design and supervise ten eclectic clinical studies, and write ten articles to be published in the School's peer-reviewed Journal (The Journal of Integrative Regenerative MedicineTM):
7. Year Six/Semester One - Higher Doctorate
DD. ACTTM Advanced Part III: Complete review of Mind over Body documentation & techniques
EE. ACTTM Advanced Part III: Psychosomatic-Regenesis
FF. Complete review of curricula years 1, 2 - 2.5.
8. Year Six/Semester Two - Higher Doctorate
GG. ACTTM Advanced Part IV: Psychoneurosomatics
HH. ACTTM Advanced Part IV: Surgical Internship Program, including advanced methodologies in regenerative electrical acupuncture technique and beyond
II. Complete review of curricula years 2.5 - 3, 4 & 5.
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