College of Diagnosis

The Diagnosis Foundation is building a new academic institution, the College of Diagnosis.  This college will be producing a range of offerings related to diagnosis including: certificate programs; professional continuing education courses; undergraduate degrees; a professional doctoral degree for the Doctor of Holistic Diagnosis (DHDx); post doctoral specialties in Holistic Diagnosis; and 3 specialties for the DHDx in Safety, Health and Performance.

Would you like to get involved?  We have immediate and future needs for volunteers to help with: curriculum design committees; development of courses on objective diagnosis methods related to any field (i.e. physical, mental, environmental, social, spiritual); faculty; and administrators.  Paid positions will be available as each facet of the program enters implementation.

Following are some details of what we have accomplished so far and our current plans.

Completed

    • Continuing Education Courses – 7 accredited post-doctoral courses with 1-4 being added each month.
    • Certificate program for Diagnosis Aide – Regional Muscle Strength Evaluator

Under Development

Education curriculum and courses are under development regarding the following testing procedures:

      • Ranges of Motion – Using functional, active, passive and postural evaluation criteria
      • Essential nutrients – vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, essential fatty acids
      • Cognitive functions – focus, memory, executive function, speed, problem solving
      • Muscle – speed, endurance, & technique

Certification program design is under development for:

      • Holistic Diagnosis (HDx) Trainer
      • HDx Aide

Degrees in conceptual and curriculum design phase include:

    • Doctor of Holistic Diagnosis (DHDx)
    • HDx Nurse Practitioner
    • HDx Assistant
    • HDx Technologist
    • HDx Technician
    • Post Doctoral HDx Specialties

If you would like to get involved, please send us your resume and areas of interest to: Info@DxFoundation.org

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