May 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Certification Seminary Retreat 2021

Ajahn Dr. James Demo
Thai Yoga Center

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LIVE! May 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant Certification NAIC: Seminary Retreat 2021:

SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Certified Practitioner Program:CTP (164 hour residential intensive). This 13 day, (May  5th  – 19th./ Advanced: 19th – 22nd. 2021) program covered all four levels of the Basic Professional Thai Yoga Certificate Program plus 20 additional breakout and/or supplemental courses. The CTP1 course is an intensive seminary training based on Traditional Thai Massage, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, Indigenous, Traditional, Natural and Native American Medicine.

1) May 2021 SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program Photo Gallery

2) Slide Show!: SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program VIDEO  SLIDE SHOW (https://youtu.be/fuBlA7q4IEI)!  The 164hr. SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate Course qualifies towards all advanced certificate (Accredited, State of Florida Compliant, AAPNA, NCBTMB) and SCNM College Degree programs in Indigenous, Traditional, Natural Medicine, Ayurveda, Ayurveda Life Style Consultant, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist, SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Teacher Certification and SomaVeda® Thai yoga Therapy Practitioner.

3) Graduate Testimonials!  CLICK HERE to hear our grads give their first hand impressions of their time in class.

Graduates are qualified to practice and to provide health and wellness services for Spirit, Mind and Body for a variety of health related concerns and issues in all 50 states and Canada! Yoga Teacher already? Bring a comprehensive Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy practice to your school or program in only 13 days! This amazing Ayurveda, Yoga and Yoga Therapy retreat at the beautiful 5 acre Native American Indigenous Church Sanctuary offers a healing atmosphere unique to central Florida. Learn, Restore and Grow!

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The 164 hr. CTP1 qualifies as the pre-requisite course requirement for all SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine Degrees.  The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate course additional qualifies graduates for all Intermediate, Advanced and Teacher Certification programs in SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Therapy .

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1857 Diseases Thai FIR Can Help Based on Research

Diseases that FIR Can Help

According to Dr. Sircus MD…”During the last decade, a silent revolution has been taking place in Japan in the fields of healing, preservation, cooking, drying and heating. It is the use and application of safe and efficient Far Infrared (FIR) Wave technology, replacing the potentially harmful micro wave technology.

The adaptive capacity of a cell ultimately determines its fate when it comes under stress. Far infrared treatments reduce the stress on the cells by not only nourishing them with light and heat but also by increasing nutritional sufficiency of oxygen and by increasing cellular respiration so more toxins and wastes leave the cells. More good things come in and bad things go out.”

Use of FIR Therapeutic devices is an important part of our light based  Photo-Bio-Modulation Therapeutic Protocols and sessions.

For a Comprehensive list of NWS Therapeutic Technologies and adjunct therapies CLICK HERE!

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1 Abacterial Cystitis – Noninfectious (Acute Urethral Syndrome)
2 Abdominal – Acute: Swollen, Aortic Aneurysm, Bloating, Cramps (Abdominal Pain), Distention (Abdomen -Swollen), Fullness Prematurely After Meals, Hernia (Lump in the Abdomen), Mass, Pain, Rigidity, Sounds, Wall Defects (Lump in the Abdomen)
3 Abnormal – Breast Mass (Lumps in the Breasts), Heart Rhythms (Arrhythmias), Menstruation (Menstrual Periods – Heavy, Prolonged, or Irregular), Uterine Bleeding (Vaginal Bleeding Between Periods)
4 Amebic Liver Abscess, Anorectal Abscess, Subareolar Abscess, Bartholin’s Abscess, Brain Abscess, Epidural Abscess, Intra-Abdominal Abscess, Peritonsillar Abscess, Skin Abscess, Spinal Cord Abscess,
5 Absence – of Thirst, Menses-Periods (Amenorrhea – Primary), Pulse (Pulse – Weak or Absent
6 Acanthosis Nigricans
7 Accelerated Hypertension (Malignant Hypertension (Arteriolar Nephrosclerosis Silicosis, Angina (Unstable Angina)
8 Accidental Hemorrhage (Placenta Abruptio)
9 Acel-decel Injury Sequelae
10 Aches – Leg Pain, Bone Pain or Tenderness,
11 Achilles Tendinitis
12 Acholic Stools (Stools – Pale or Clay Colored)
13 Acne – Rosacea, Vulgaris, Acne-Like Skin Bumps (Comedones)
14 Acute Abdomen – Abdominal Pain, Peritonitis
15 Acute Acquired Cytomegalovirus Infection (Infectious Mononucleosis (CMV))
16 Acute Bladder Infection (Cystitis – Acute Bacterial)
17 Bronchitis
18 Cholecystitis (Gallstones)
19 Gastritis (Gastritis – Acute)
20 Gastroenteritis (Bacterial Gastroenteritis)
21 Gouty Arthritis
22 Acute Mountain Sickness
23 Pancreatitis
24 Rheumatic Fever
25 Sinusitis
26 Drug Abuse and Dependence
27 Addictive Compulsive Gambling
28 Adhesion
29 Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)
30 Adipsia (Thirst – Absent)
31 Adolescent Depression
32 Adolescent Dysmenorrhea
33 Agitation
34 Alcoholism
35 Alcohol Withdrawal
36 Alertness – Decreased (Consciousness – Decreased)
37 Allergic Bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis, Pulmonary Aspergillosis –
Allergic Conjunctivitis, Allergic Dermatitis (Contact Dermatitis), Allergic Rhinitis, Vasculitis
38 Altitude Anoxia – Sickness (Acute Mountain Sickness)
39 Alzheimer’s Disease
40 Amenorrhea (Menstruation – Absent)
41 Anasarca (Swelling)
42 Angina
43 Anhidrosis (Sweating – Absent)
44 Ankle Pain
45 Ankle Swelling (Foot, Leg, and Ankle Swelling)
46 Anosmia (Smell – Impaired)
47 Anterior Knee Pain (Chondromalacia Patellae)
48 Anterior Tibia Pain (Shin Splints)
49 Anxiety (Stress and Anxiety)
50 Apnea (Breathing – Slowed or Stopped)
51 Appetite – Decreased or Increased
52 Apprehension (Stress and Anxiety)
53 Arm and Leg Movements – Uncontrollable (Movement – Uncontrolled or Slow)
54 Arterial Insufficiency of the Legs (Blockage of Leg Arteries)
55 Arteriosclerosis
56 Arteritis – (Temporal Arteritis)
57 Artery Disease
58 Arthralgia (Joint Pain)
59 Arthritis – Acute, Chronic, DJD, Gouty, Psoriatic (Psoriatic Arthritis), Rheumatoid, TMJ, Traumatic
60 Asthma – Occupational Exposure, Pediatric
61 Ataxia (Movement – Uncoordinated)
62 Athetoid Movements (Movement – Uncontrolled or Slow)
63 Athlete’s Foot
64 Atopic Eczema (Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis))
65 Atrial Fibrillation/Flutter
66 Atrophy of the Muscles
67 Autism, Autistic Behavior
68 Axillary Abscess, Lymphadenopathy, Lymphs Enlarged-(Armpit Lump)

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69 Back Pain – Low,Nonspecific, Low, Backaches
70 Baker’s Cyst
71 Barber’s Itch (Folliculitis)
72 Belly Ache (Abdominal Pain)
73 Benign Headache (Tension Headache)
74 Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
75 Bereavement (Grief)
76 Bicipital Tendinitis (Tendinitis)
77 Blackheads
78 Blisters (Vesicles)
79 Bloating (Abdominal Bloating)
80 Blockage of Leg Arteries
81 Blood Pressure – High, Blood Pressure – Low
82 Blood Spots (Purpura)
83 Blues (Depression)
84 Bluish Lips and Fingernails (Skin Discoloration – Bluish)
85 Bluish Skin
86 Blushing/Flushing Skin
87 Body Odor
88 Bone Pain or Tenderness
89 Borreliosis (Lyme Disease)
90 Bounding Pulse
91 Bowel Sounds (Abdominal Sounds)
92 Brain Contusion
93 Brain Damage
94 Breast – Premenstrual Tenderness and Swelling, Pain
95 Breathing – Rapid and Deep (Hyperventilation), Rapid and Shallow, Slowed or Stopped, Difficulty, Difficulty -Lying Down
96 Breathing Sounds – Abnormal (Stridor)
97 Breathlessness (Breathing Difficulty)
98 Bronchitis – Acute, Chronic
99 Bronchopneumonia (Pneumonia)
100 Bullae
101 Burn from the Sun
102 Burning in the Throat (Sore Throat)
103 Burns
104 Bursitis

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105 CAD (Coronary Heart Disease)
106 Calcific Tendinitis (Tendinitis)
107 Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease (Pseudogout)
108 Calluses and Corns
109 Campylobacter Enteritis
110 Canavan Disease

Cancers
111 Cancer – Acute Childhood Leukemia (ALL) (Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia)
112 Cancer – Brain Tumor (Primary) (Primary Brain Tumor)
113 Cancer – Brain Tumor (Secondary) (Metastatic Brain Tumor)
114 Cancer – Breast
115 Cancer – Bronchial Adenoma
116 Cancer – Cervix
117 Cancer – Colon
118 Cancer – Endometrial
119 Cancer – Esophagus
120 Cancer – Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
121 Cancer – Kidney (Renal Cell Carcinoma)
122 Cancer – Liver (Hepatocellular Carcinoma)
123 Cancer – Lung – Non-Small Cell
124 Cancer – Lung – Small Cell
125 Cancer – Mouth (Oral Cancer)
126 Cancer – Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma)
127 Cancer – Ovaries
128 Cancer – Pancreas (Pancreatic Carcinoma)
129 Cancer – Penis
130 Cancer – Perineum (Cancer – Vulva)
131 Cancer – Prostate (Prostate Cancer)
132 Cancer – Renal Pelvis or Ureter
133 Cancer – Retina (Retinoblastoma)
134 Cancer – Skin – (Basal Cell Carcinoma)
135 Cancer – Skin – Squamous Cell (Squamous Cell Cancer)
136 Cancer – Skin (Skin Cancer)
137 Cancer – Stomach (Gastric Cancer)
138 Cancer – Testes (Testicular Cancer)
139 Cancer – Throat or Larynx
140 Cancer – Thyroid (Medullary Carcinoma)
141 Cancer – Thyroid
142 Cancer – Uterine (Endometrial Cancer)
143 Cancer – Vagina (Vaginal Tumors)
144 Cancer – Vulva
145 Cancer of the Glottis (Cancer – Throat or Larynx)
146 Cancrum Oris (Noma)
147 Candida Esophagitis, Associated Diaper Dermatitis
148 Candidiasis – Oral (Thrush)
149 Cane-Cutter Fever (Leptospirosis)
150 Canicola Fever (Leptospirosis)
151 Canker Sores
152 Cannabis Intoxication (Marijuana Intoxication)
153 Capillary Hemangioma (Birthmarks – Red)
154 Caplan’s Syndrome
155 Caput (Caput Succedaneum)
156 Carbuncles (Carbunculosis)
157 Carcinoid Syndrome
158 Carcinoma (Cancer)
159 Cardiac Amyloidosis
160 Cardiac Tamponade
161 Cardiogenic Shock
162 Cardiomyopathy – Alcoholic, Dilated, Hypertrophic (HCM), Ischemic, Peripartum, Restrictive, Myocarditis
163 Cardiovascular Disorders (Heart Disease)
164 Carotid Artery Occlusion Syndrome (Aortic Arch Syndrome)
165 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
166 Carpopedal Spasm (Hand or Foot Spasms)
173 Cat Scratch Disease, Cat Scratch Fever
174 Catheter-Associated UTI
175 Causalgia (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
176 Cavernous Hemangioma
177 Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis
178 Cellulite
179 Cellulitis
180 Central Bilateral Acoustic NF (Neurofibromatosis 2)
181 Central Diabetes Insipidus
182 Central Pontine Myelinolysis
183 Central Serous Choroidopathy
184 Central Serous Retinopathy (Central Serous Choroidopathy)
185 Central Sleep Apnea
186 Cerebellar Ataxia -Acute
187 Cerebellitis (Acute Cerebellar Ataxia)
188 Cerebellopontine Angle Tumor (Acoustic Neuroma)
189 Cerebral Abscess (Brain Abscess)
190 Cerebral Aneurysm (Aneurysm in the Brain)
191 Cerebral Hypoxia
192 Cerebral Infarction / Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke)
193 Cerebral Lymphoma (Primary Lymphoma of the Brain)
194 Cerumen Impaction (Wax Blockage)
195 Cervical Cancer
196 Cervical Dysplasia
197 Cervical Erosion
198 Cervical Inflammation (Cervicitis)
199 Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN) (Cervical Dysplasia)
200 Cervical Osteoarthritis (Cervical Spondylosis)
201 Cervical Radiculopathy (Herniated Nucleus Pulposus (Slipped Disk))
202 Cervical Spondylosis
203 Cervical Ulceration (Cervical Erosion)
204 Cervicitis
205 CFA (Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis)
206 CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)
207 CGD (Chronic Granulomatous Disease)
208 Chagas Disease
209 Chalasia (Gastroesophageal Reflux in Infants)
210 Chancroid
211 Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (Hereditary)
212 Charley Horse
213 CHD (Coronary Heart Disease)
214 Chediak-Higashi Syndrome
215 Chemical Cystitis (Cystitis – Noninfectious (Acute Urethral Syndrome))
216 Chemical Pneumonitis
217 Cherry Angioma
218 Chest Discomfort, Tightness or Pressure, Pain
219 Chest Infection (Mediastinitis)
220 Chest (Chest Pain)
221 CHF (Heart Failure)
222 Chickenpox
223 Chiggers
224 Childhood Volvulus
225 Children’s Over-tired Muscles
226 Chills
227 Chlamydia
228 Chlamydia Infections in Women
229 Chlamydia Psittaci (Psittacosis)
230 Chlamydial Pneumonia (Psittacosis)
231 Chlamydial Urethritis – Male
232 Chloasma (Melasma)
233 Chloramphenicol Toxicity in Newborns (Gray Syndrome)
234 Choanal Atresia
235 Choking (Acute Upper Airway Obstruction)
236 Cholangiocarcinoma
237 Cholangitis
238 Cholecystitis – Acute (Acute Cholecystitis (Gallstones))
239 Cholecystitis – Chronic (Chronic Cholecystitis)
240 Choledocholithiasis
241 Cholelithiasis
242 Cholera
243 Cholestasis
244 Cholestasis – Drug-Induced (Drug-Induced Cholestasis)
245 Cholesteatoma
246 Cholesterol Embolization Syndrome (Atheroembolic Renal Disease)
247 Chondromalacia Patellae
248 Chorioblastoma (Gestational Trophoblastic Disease)
249 Choriocarcinoma (Gestational Trophoblastic Disease)
250 Chorioepithelioma (Gestational Trophoblastic Disease)
251 Chorioretinitis (Uveitis)
252 Christmas Disease (Hemophilia B)
253 Chroiditis (Uveitis)
254 Chromaffin Tumors (Pheochromocytoma)
255 Chronic Acquired (Non-Wilsonian) Hepatocerebral Degeneration (Hepatocerebral Degeneration)
256 Chronic Adrenocortical Insufficiency (Addison’s Disease)
257 Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis (Prostatitis – Chronic)
258 Chronic Bilateral Obstructive Uropathy
259 Chronic Bronchitis
260 Chronic Cavitary Histoplasmosis (Histoplasmosis – Chronic Pulmonary)
261 Chronic Cholecystitis
262 Chronic Ear Infection (Otitis Media – Chronic)
263 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
264 Chronic Gastritis (Gastritis – Chronic)
265 Chronic Glaucoma (Glaucoma)
266 Chronic Glomerulonephritis
267 Chronic Gouty Arthritis
268 Chronic Granulocytic Leukemia (Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML))
269 Chronic Granulomatous Disease
268 Chronic Inflammatory Polyneuropathy
269 Chronic Insomnia (Primary Insomnia)
270 Chronic Kidney Failure (Chronic Renal Failure)
271 Chronic Lobular Hepatitis (Chronic Persistent Hepatitis)
272 Chronic Lyme Disease (Lyme Disease – Tertiary)
273 Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)
274 Chronic Lymphocytic Thyroiditis (Chronic Thyroiditis (Hashimoto’s Disease))
275 Chronic Mitral Valve Regurgitation (Mitral Regurgitation – Chronic)
276 Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML)
277 Chronic Nephritis (Chronic Glomerulonephritis)
278 Chronic Obstructive Airway Disease (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
279 Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
280 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
281 Chronic Otitis Media (Otitis Media – Chronic)
282 Chronic Pain
283 Chronic Pancreatitis Chronic Persistent Hepatitis
284 Chronic Renal Failure
285 Chronic Renal Insufficiency (Chronic Renal Failure)
286 Chronic Respiratory Acidosis (Respiratory Acidosis)
287 Chronic Silicosis (Silicosis)
288 Chronic Sinus Infection (Sinusitis – Chronic)
289 Chronic Sinusitis (Sinusitis – Chronic)
290 Chronic Subdural Hematoma
291 Chronic Symptomatic HIV Infection (Early Symptomatic HIV Infection)
292 Chronic Thyroiditis (Hashimoto’s Disease)
293 Chronic Urethritis
294 Chronic Venous Insufficiency (Venous Insufficiency)
295 Chylomicronemia Syndrome
296 Cirrhosis
297 Cirrhosis or Hepatitis – Alcoholic (Alcoholic Liver Disease)
298 Classic Migraine
299 Classical RTA (Distal Renal Tubular Acidosis)
300 Clinical Hemoglobin C (Hemoglobin C Disease)
301 CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL))
302 Clogged pores
303 Closed Angle Glaucoma (Glaucoma)
304 Clostridial Infection of Tissues (Gas Gangrene)
305 Clot (Blood Clots)
306 Clot in the Renal Vein (Renal Vein Thrombosis)
307 Cluster Headaches
308 CMV – Gastroenteritis/Colitis
309 CMV – Immunocompromised Host
310 CMV – Pneumonia
311 CMV Mononucleosis (Infectious Mononucleosis (CMV))
312 CNS Abscess (Brain Abscess)
313 Coarctation of the Aorta
314 Coccidioidomycosis
315 Coccidioidomycosis – Acute Pulmonary, Chronic Pulmonary, Disseminated
316 Coccidiosis (Coccidioidomycosis)
317 Common Cold
318 Cold Feet
319 Cold Hands
320 Cold Sweat (Skin – Clammy)
321 Cold Turkey (Opiate Withdrawal)
322 Colitis – Cytomegalovirus (CMV – Gastroenteritis/Colitis), Pseudomembranous
323 Collagen Vascular Disease
324 Collapsed Lung (Traumatic Pneumothorax)
325 Colon Cancer
326 Colon Splenic Flexure Distention
327 Colonic Angiomas (Angiodysplasia of the Colon)
328 Colonic Arteriovenous Malformation
329 Colorado Tick Fever
330 Colorectal Cancer
331 Colorectal Polyps
332 Common Cold
333 Common Ichthyosis (Ichthyosis Vulgaris)
334 Common Migraine
335 Common Peroneal Nerve Dysfunction
336 Community-Acquired Pneumonia
337 Compartment Syndrome
338 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
339 Complicated Urinary Tract Infection (Kidney Infection (Pyelonephritis))
340 Compression Fracture Pain, Fractures of the Back
341 Compression of Spinal Cord (Spinal Cord Trauma)
342 Congenital Bronchiectasis (Bronchiectasis)
343 Congenital Erythropoietic Porphyria (Porphyria)
344 Congenital Heart Disease
345 Congenital Nephrotic Syndrome
346 Congenital Pernicious Anemia
347 Congested Nose
348 Congestive Cardiomyopathy (Dilated Cardiomyopathy)
349 Congestive Heart Failure – Left (Left-Sided Heart Failure)
350 Congestive Heart Failure – Right (Right-Sided Heart Failure)
351 Conglomerate Silicosis
352 Conjunctivitis
353 Conn’s Syndrome (Hyperaldosteronism – Primary and Secondary)
354 Constrictive Pericarditis
355 Contact Dermatitis
356 Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal (Peritonitis – Dialysis Associated)
357 COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
358 Cor Pulmonale
359 Corneal Ulcers and Infections
360 Coronary Artery Disease
361 Coronary Artery Spasm
362 Coronary Heart Disease
363 Corticosteroid-Induced Cushing’s Syndrome (Cushing’s Syndrome – Exogenous)
364 Cotton Bract Disease / Cotton Worker’s Lung (Byssinosis)
365 Cough
366 Coxa Plana (Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease)
267 CPPD (Pseudogout)
368 Cradle Cap (Seborrheic Dermatitis)
369 Cramps – Leg (Leg Pain)
370 Cramps – Menstrual
371 Cramps – Muscle (Muscle Cramps)
372 Cranial Arteritis (Temporal Arteritis)
373 Cranial Mononeuropathy III – Compression Type
380 Cranial Mononeuropathy III – Diabetic Type
381 Cranial Mononeuropathy VI
382 Cranial Mononeuropathy VII
383 Craniopharyngioma
384 Crescentic Glomerulonephritis (Rapidly Progressive)
385 CREST Syndrome (Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma)
386 Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease
387 CRF (Chronic Renal Failure)
388 Crohn’s Disease
389 Croup
390 CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
391 Crural Hernia (Femoral Hernia)
392 Cryoglobulinemia
393 Cryptococcal Meningitis
394 Cryptococcosis
395 Cryptogenic Fibrosing Alveolitis (CFA) (Diffuse Interstitial Pulmonary Fibrosis)
396 Cryptogenic Fibrosing Alveolitis (Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis)
397 Cryptosporidiosis
398 Cryptosporidium Enteritis
399 Cushing’s Syndrome – Adrenal Tumor
400 Cushing’s Syndrome – Corticosteroid Induced (Cushing’s Syndrome – Exogenous)
401 Cushing’s Syndrome – Ectopic (Ectopic Cushing’s Syndrome)
402 Cushing’s Syndrome – Exogenous
403 Cutaneous Abscess (Skin Abscess)
404 CVA (Stroke)
405 Cyanosis (Skin Discoloration – Bluish)
406 Cyanotic Heart Disease
407 Cyprus Fever (Brucellosis)
408 Cystic Acne (Acne)
409 Cysticercosis
410 Cysts – Kidneys (Polycystic Kidney Disease)
411 Cytomegalovirus – Immunocompromised Host
412 Cytomegalovirus (CMV) (Infectious Mononucleosis)
413 Cytomegalovirus Pneumonia (CMV – Pneumonia)

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414 De Toni-Fanconi Syndrome (Fanconi’s Syndrome)
415 Dead Bowel (Intestinal Ischemia and Infarction)
416 Dead Gut (Intestinal Ischemia and Infarction)
417 Decubitus Ulcers
418 Deep Intracerebral Hemorrhage
419 Deep Venous Thrombosis
420 Deerfly Fever (Tularemia)
421 Deficiency – Antithrombin III – Congenital
422 Deficiency – Folic Acid
423 Deficiency – Niacin (Pellagra)
424 Deficient or Defective Apolipoprotein E (Familial Dysbetalipoproteinemia)
425 Degenerative Joint Disease (Osteoarthritis)
426 Dejection (Depression)
427 Delayed Gastric Emptying (Gastroparesis)
428 Delta Agent (Hepatitis D)
429 Dengue Fever
430 Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever
431 Dengue Shock Syndrome (Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever)
432 Dengue-Like Disease (Dengue Fever)
433 Dense Deposit Disease (Membranoproliferative GN II)
434 Depression
435 deQuervain’s Thyroiditis (Subacute Thyroiditis)
436 Dermatitis – Allergic (Contact Dermatitis)
437 Dermatitis – Contact (Contact Dermatitis)
438 Dermatomyositis
439 Dermatoses (Systemic)
440 Dermoid Cyst – Malignant (Malignant Teratoma)
441 Diabetes
442 Diabetes – Type 1 (Type 1 Diabetes)
443 Diabetes – Type 2 (Type 2 Diabetes)
445 Diabetes Insipidus – Central, Nephrogenic
447 Diabetes Mellitus (Diabetes)
448 Diabetic Coma (Diabetic Ketoacidosis)
449 Diabetic Glomerulosclerosis (Diabetic Nephropathy)
450 Diabetic Ketoacidosis
451 Diabetic Kidney Disease (Diabetic Nephropathy)
452 Diabetic Nephropathy
453 Diabetic Neuropathy
454 Diabetic Third Nerve Palsy (Cranial Mononeuropathy III – Diabetic Type)
455 Diarrhea
456 Diarrhea Associated with Drugs (Drug-Induced Diarrhea)
457 Difficulty Breathing
458 Difficulty Breathing While Lying Down
459 Diffuse Interstitial Pulmonary Fibrosis, Diffuse Parenchymal Lung Disease
460 Dilated Cardiomyopathy
461 Dilutional Hyponatremia (SIADH)
462 Diphtheria
463 Discouragement (Depression)
464 Disk Inflammation (Diskitis)
465 Diskitis
466 Disseminated Gonococcal Infection (DGI) (Gonococcal Arthritis)
467 Disseminated Lupus Erythematosus (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus)
468 Disseminated Tuberculosis
469 Distal Median Nerve Dysfunction
470 Distal Renal Tubular Acidosis
471 Distended Abdomen
472 Distention of the Colon’s Splenic Flexure
473 DJD (Osteoarthritis)
474 DKA (Diabetic Ketoacidosis)
475 Doughy Skin (Skin Turgor)
476 Drug Allergies
477 Drug-Induced Hypertension
478 Dry Eyes
479 Dry Hair
480 Dry Skin
481 DT’s (Delirium Tremens)
482 Duodenal Ulcer (Peptic Ulcer)
483 DVT (Deep Venous Thrombosis)
484 Dyschromia (Skin Color – Patchy)
485 Dyscrasias
486 Dyshidrosis (Dyshidrotic Eczema)
487 Dyshidrotic Eczema
488 Dysmenorrhea (Menstruation – Painful)
489 Dyspepsia (Indigestion)
483 Dyspnea (Breathing Difficulty)
484 Dyssomnia (Sleeping Difficulty)
485 Dysthymia, Dysthymic Disorder

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486 E. Coli Diarrhea (E. Coli Enteritis)
487 E. Coli Enteritis
488 Ear Cysts (Benign Ear Cyst or Tumor)
489 Ear Diseases
490 Ear Infection – Acute, Chronic (Otitis Media), Outer Ear – Acute or Chronic (Swimmer’s Ear)
491 Ear Tumors (Benign Ear Cyst or Tumor)
492 Earache
493 Eardrum – Ruptured or Punctured (Ruptured or Perforated Eardrum)
494 Early Disseminated Lyme Disease (Lyme Disease – Secondary)
495 Early Localized Lyme Infection (Lyme Disease – Primary)
496 Early Satiety (Abdominal Fullness Prematurely After Meals)
497 Early Symptomatic HIV Infection
498 Ectodermal Dysplasia
499 Ectopic ADH Secretion
500 Ectopic Cushing’s Syndrome
501 Ectopic Heartbeat
502 Eczema – Nummular (Nummular Eczema), Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis), Eczema with infection
503 Edema – Peripheral, Peripheral Edema (Foot, Leg, and Ankle Swelling)
504 Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
505 Ehrlichiosis
506 Elbow Pain
507 Elevated Temperature (Fever)
508 Emboli (Blood Clots)
509 Embolism – Renal Artery (Acute Arterial Occlusion – Kidney)
510 Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma (Rhabdomyosarcoma)
511 Emesis (Nausea and Vomiting)
512 Emphysema
513 Empty Sella Syndrome
514 Empyema
515 Encephalitis
516 Endocarditis – Infectious (Infectious Endocarditis)
517 Endocarditis (Culture-Negative)
518 Endolymphatic Hydrops (Meniere’s Disease)
519 Endometrial Cancer, Endometrial/Uterine Adenocarcinoma
520 Endometriosis
521 Endometriosis Interna (Adenomyosis)
522 Endometritis
523 Endophthalmitis
524 Endotoxic Shock (Septic Shock)
525 End-Stage Kidney Disease
526 Enlarged Adenoids
527 Enlarged Prostate
528 Enteric Fever (Typhoid Fever)
529 Enteritis
530 Enterobiasis (Pinworm)
531 Entero-Enteral or Enterocutaneous Fistula
532 Enteromerocele (Femoral Hernia)
533 Entropion
534 Eosinophilic Fasciitis
535 Eosinophilic Pneumonia (Simple Pulmonary Eosinophilia (Loeffler’s Syndrome))
536 Ependymoma (Primary Brain Tumor)
537 Epicondylitis – Lateral (Tennis Elbow)
538 Epidemic Arthritic Erythema (Rat-Bite Fever)
539 Epidemic Parotitis (Mumps)
540 Epidemic Typhus (Typhus)
541 Epidermal / Epidermoid Cyst (Sebaceous Cyst)
543 Epidermolysis Bullosa / Letalis / Simplex
544 Epididymitis
545 Epididymo-Orchitis (Orchitis)
546 Epidural Abscess
547 Epidural Hematoma (Extradural Hemorrhage)
548 Epiglottitis
549 Epilepsy
550 Episcleritis
551 Epispadias
552 Epitrochlear Bursitis (Tennis Elbow)
565 Epstein Pearls
566 Epstein-Barr Viral Syndrome (Mononucleosis)
567 Epulis (When on the Gums) (Mucous Cyst)
568 Erb-Duchenne Paralysis (Brachial Palsy in the Neonate)
569 Erb’s Palsy (Brachial Palsy in the Neonate)
570 Erosion
571 Erysipelas
572 Erysipeloid
573 Erythema (Rashes)
574 Erythema Infectiosum (Fifth Disease)
575 Erythema Multiforme
576 Erythema Nodosum
578 Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum (Erythema Toxicum)
580 Erythrasma
581 Erythremia (Polycythemia Vera)
582 Erythroblastosis Fetalis
583 Erythrocytosis Megalosplenica (Polycythemia Vera)
584 Erythroderma (Exfoliative Dermatitis)
585 Erythroplasia of Queyrat
586 Erythropoietic Protoporphyria (Porphyria)
587 Esophageal Achalasia (Achalasia)
588 Esophageal Atresia, Cancer, Perforation, Spasm, Stricture – Benign
589 Esophagitis – Cytomegalovirus (CMV – Gastroenteritis/Colitis)
590 Esophagogastric Ring (Lower Esophageal Ring (Schatzki))
591 ESRD (End-Stage Kidney Disease)
592 Essential Hypertension
593 Essential Thrombocythemia (Primary Thrombocythemia)
594 Essential Thrombocytosis (Primary Thrombocythemia)
595 Essential Tremor
596 Ethmoiditis
597 Ethylene Glycol Intoxication / Poisoning
598 Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (Ear Barotrauma)
599 Eustachian Tube Patency
600 Ewing’s Family of Tumors (Ewing’s Sarcoma)
601 Exanthem Subitum (Roseola)
602 Exercise Induced Asthma – Bronchial (Asthma)
603 Exfoliative Dermatitis
604 Exhaustion (Fatigue)
605 Exogenous Adrenal Insufficiency
606 Exostoses (Benign Ear Cyst or Tumor)
607 Extradural Hematoma (Extradural Hemorrhage)
608 Extrahepatic Cholestasis (Cholestasis)
609 Extraintestinal Amebiasis (Amebic Liver Abscess)
610 Extramembranous Glomerulonephritis (Membranous Nephropathy)
611 Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis (Disseminated Tuberculosis)
612 Extrasystole (Ectopic Heartbeat)
613 Extrinsic Allergic Alveolitis (Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis)
614 Extrinsic Factor Deficiency (Factor VII Deficiency)
615 Eye Tumor (Melanoma of the Eye)
616 Eye Twitch (Eyelid Twitch)
617 Eyelid Bump
618 Eyelid Inflammation (Blepharitis)
619 Eyelid Spasm (Eyelid Twitch)
620 Eyelid Twitch

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621 FA (Fanconi’s Anemia)
622 Face Pain
623 Facial Edema (Facial Swelling)
624 Facial Injury (Facial Trauma)
625 Facial Nerve Palsy (Cranial Mononeuropathy VII)
626 Facial Palsy / paralysis (Bell’s Palsy)
627 Facial Swelling
628 Facial Tics
629 Facial Trauma
630 Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (Landouzy-Dejerine)
631 Factitious Thyrotoxicosis (Factitious Hyperthyroidism)
632 Falciparum Malaria (Malaria)
633 Fanconi’s Anemia / Syndrome
634 Farmer’s Lung (Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis)
635 Fasciculations of Muscle (Muscle Twitching)
636 Fasciitis – Necrotizing (Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection)
637 Fast Deep Breathing (Hyperventilation))
638 Fast Shallow Breathing (Rapid Shallow Breathing)
639 Fat – Obese (Obesity)
640 Fat Embolus (Pulmonary Embolus)
641 Fatigue / Fatigue – Chronic (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)
642 Feeling Uptight (Stress and Anxiety)
643 Felty’s Syndrome
644 Fever
645 Fibroadenoma – Breast
646 Fibroadenoma (Lumps in the Breasts)
647 Fibrocystic Breast Disease
648 Fibroids (Uterine Fibroids)
649 Fibromuscular Dysplasia – Stroke Secondary To (Stroke Secondary to FMD)
650 Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD) (Renal Artery Stenosis)
651 Fibromyalgia
652 Fibromyoma (Uterine Fibroids)
653 Fibromyositis (Fibromyalgia)
654 Fibrosing Alveolitis (Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis)
655 Fibrositis (Fibromyalgia)
656 Fibrous Dysplasia
657 Fifth Disease
658 Finger Pain
659 Finger Swelling (Joint Swelling)
660 Fish Tapeworm Infection (Diphyllobothriasis)
661 Flank Pain
662 Flu (The Flu)
663 Flushing (Skin Blushing/Flushing)
664 Folliculitis
665 Food Poisoning – Campylobacter Enteritis (Campylobacter Enteritis) – E. Coli (E. Coli Enteritis)
666 Foot Pain
667 Foot Spasms (Hand or Foot Spasms)
668 Foot Swelling (Foot, Leg, and Ankle Swelling)
669 Frequent Bowel Movements (Diarrhea)
670 Frostbite with inflammation
671 Functional Colitis / Dyspepsia (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
672 Functional Ovarian Cysts (Ovarian Cysts)
673 Fungal Arthritis
674 Fungal Infection – Body (Tinea Corporis)
675 Fungal Infection – Feet (Athlete’s Foot)
676 Fungal Infection – Groin (Jock Itch)
677 Fungal Infection – Scalp (Tinea Capitis)
678 Fungal Infection – Skin (Cutaneous Candidiasis)
679 Fungal Keratitis (Corneal Ulcers and Infections)
680 Fungal Nail Infection
681 Fungus Ball (Pulmonary Aspergilloma (Mycetoma))
682 Furuncle

G
683 GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
684 Gallbladder Attack (Gallbladder Disease)
686 Gallstone in the Bile Duct (Choledocholithiasis)
687 Gallstones – Acute Cholecyctitis (Acute Cholecystitis (Gallstones))
698 Gallstones (Cholelithiasis)
699 Ganglioneuroblastoma
700 Ganglioneuroma
702Gangrene
703 Gangrene – Gas (Gas Gangrene)
704 Gangrene – Soft-Tissue (Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection)
705 Gangrenous Stomatitis (Noma)
706 Gas/Flatus – Excessive
707 Gastric Carcinoma (Gastric Cancer)
708 Gastric Outlet Obstruction (Pyloric Stenosis)
709 Gastric Ulcer
710 Gastrinoma (Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome)
711 Gastritis – Acute / Chronic
712 Gastroenteric Problem
713 Gastroenteritis – Bacterial
714 Gastroenteritis – Cytomegalovirus (CMV – Gastroenteritis/Colitis)
715 Gastroenteritis – Viral (Viral Gastroenteritis)
716 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
717Gastroesophageal Reflux in Infants
718 Gastrointestinal CMV Disease (CMV – Gastroenteritis/Colitis)
719 Gastrointestinal Fistula (Entero-Enteral or Enterocutaneous Fistula)
720 Gastrointestinal Perforation
721 Gastrojejunal Loop Obstruction (Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth)
722 Gastroparesis Diabeticorum (Gastroparesis)
723 Gastroschisis
724 Gaucher Disease
725 GE Reflux (Gastroesophageal Reflux in Infants)
726 General Ill Feeling (Malaise)
727 Generalized Anxiety Disorder
728 GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)
729 Germ Cell Tumor (Testicular Cancer)
730 Giardia (Giardiasis)
731 Gibraltar Fever (Brucellosis)
732 Gingival Swelling (Gums – Swollen)
733 Glands – Swollen
734 Glioblastoma Multiforme (Primary Brain Tumor)
735 Glioma (Primary Brain Tumor)
736 Glomerulonephritis – Acute (Acute Nephritic Syndrome)
737 Glomerulonephritis – Chronic (Chronic Glomerulonephritis)
738 Glomerulonephritis – Crescentic (Rapidly Progressive (Crescentic)
739 Glomerulonephritis – Membranoproliferative (Type I) (Membranoproliferative GN I)
740 Glomerulonephritis – Membranoproliferative (Type II) (Membranoproliferative GN II)
741 Glomerulonephritis – Membranous (Membranous Nephropathy)
742 Glomerulonephritis – Mesangial Proliferative (Mesangial Proliferative Glomerulonephritis)
743 Glomerulonephritis – Post-Streptococcal (Post-Streptococcal GN)
744 Glomerulonephritis – Pulmonary Hemorrhage (Goodpasture’s Syndrome)
745 Glomus Jugulare Tumor / Tympanum Tumor
746 Gloom (Depression)
747 Glossitis
748 Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia
749 Glucagonoma
750 Goiter
751 Gonococcal Arthritis
752 Gonococcal Bacteremia (Gonococcemia (Disseminated))
753 Gonococcal Pharyngitis (Pharyngitis – Gonococcal)
754 Gonorrhea – Female
755 Gonorrhea – Male
756 Good Skin Turgor (Skin Turgor)
757 Gout – Acute (Acute Gouty Arthritis) / Chronic (Chronic Gouty Arthritis)
758 Granulomatous Arthritis (Tuberculous Arthritis)
759 Granulomatous Ileocolitis (Crohn’s Disease)
760 Granulopenia (Agranulocytosis)
761 Graves’ Disease
762 Gums – Swollen
763 Gynecomastia

H
764 H. Flu Meningitis (Meningitis – H. Influenzae)
765 Hair Follicle Infection (Furuncle)
766 Hairy Cell Leukemia
767 Hallux Valgus (Bunions)
768 Hamburger Disease (E. Coli Enteritis)
769 Hammer Toe
770 Hand – Foot – Mouth Disease
771 Hand or Foot Spasms
772 Hand Tremor
773 Hansen’s Disease (Leprosy)
774 Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (Hantavirus)
775 Hardening of the Arteries (Atherosclerosis)
776 Hartnup Disorder
777 Harvest Mite (Chiggers)
778 Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis (Chronic Thyroiditis (Hashimoto’s Disease))
779 Haverhill Fever (Rat-Bite Fever)
780 Hay Fever (Allergic Rhinitis)
781 HBP (High Blood Pressure)
782 Head and Neck Cancer (Oral Cancer)
783 Headache – Cluster / Histamine (Cluster Headaches)
784 Headache – Migraine (Common) (Common Migraine)
785 Headache – Mixed Tension Migraine (Mixed Tension Migraine)
786 Headache – Tension (Tension Headache)
787 Heart Attack
788 Heart Disease
789 Heart Failure
790 Heart Murmurs and Other Sounds
791 Heart Valve Pulmonary Stenosis (Pulmonary Valve Stenosis)
792 Heartbeat – Fast (Pulse – Bounding)
793 Heartbeat Sensations
794 Heartburn
795 Heartburn – Chronic (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)
796 Heel Pain
797 Helicobacter Pylori Gastritis
798 Hemangioma
799 Hemangioma of the Liver (Hepatic Hemangioma)
800 Hemangioma Simplex (Birthmarks – Red)
801 Hematocele (Scrotal Masses)
802 Hematuria – Nephropathy – Deafness (Alport Syndrome)
803 Hemochromatosis
804 Hemorrhoids
805 Hepatitis
806 Hernia
807 Hernia – Abdominal (Lump in the Abdomen)
808 Hernia – Diaphragmatic (Diaphragmatic Hernia)
809 Hernia – Hiatal (Hiatal Hernia)
810 Hernia – Inguinal (Hernia)
811 Herniated Intervertebral Disk (Herniated Nucleus Pulposus (Slipped Disk))
812 Herniated Nucleus Pulposus (Slipped Disk)
813 Herniation – Brain (Brain Herniation)
814 Herniation Syndrome (Brain Herniation)
815 Herpangina
816 Hiatal Hernia
817 High Altitude Cerebral Edema / High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (Acute Mountain Sickness)
818 High Blood Cholesterol (Lipid Disorders – Acquired)
819 High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
820 High Blood Triglycerides (Lipid Disorders – Acquired)
821 High Cholesterol (Lipid Disorders – Acquired)
822 Hip Pain
823 Hip Swelling (Joint Swelling)
824 Histoplasmosis – Acute (Primary) Pulmonary / Chronic Pulmonary / Disseminated
825 Hives
826 Hodgkin’s Disease (Hodgkin’s Lymphoma)
827 Hookworm
828 Horner’s Syndrome
829 Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia
830 Hot Tub Folliculitis
831 Hydrops (Meniere’s Disease)
832 Hymenolepiasis
833 Hyperpigmentation (Skin – Abnormally Dark or Light)
834 Hypertension – Essential
835 Hypertension – Malignant (Malignant Hypertension (Arteriolar Nephrosclerosis))
836 Hypertension – Renovascular
837 Hypertensive Heart Disease
838 Hypertensive Intracerebral Hemorrhage
839 Hypertensive Retinopathy
840 Hyperthermia – Malignant
841 Hyperthermia (Fever)
842 Hypertrophic Osteoarthritis (Osteoarthritis)
843 Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis (Pyloric Stenosis)
844 Hypertrophic Scar (Keloids)
845 Hyperventilation (Rapid Deep Breathing
846 Hypopigmentation (Skin – Abnormally Dark or Light)
847 Hypotension (Blood Pressure – Low)

I
848 IHSS (Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy)
849 Ileitis (Crohn’s Disease)
850 Ileus (Intestinal Obstruction)
851 Immature Teratoma (Malignant Teratoma)
852 Immune System
853 Immunosuppression (Immunodeficiency Disorders)
891 Impetigo
892 Inability to Sleep
893 Inconsolability (Irritability)
894 Increased Intracranial Pressure
895 Increased Sweating / Excessive
896 Increased-Permeability Pulmonary Edema (ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome))
897 Indigestion
898 Indoor Allergies (Allergy to Mold – Dander – Dust)
899 Induration (Scleroma)
900 Industrial Bronchitis
901 Infection – Breast Tissue (Breast Infection)
902 Infection – Ear (Otitis)
903 Infection – Fungal – Body (Tinea Corporis)
904 Infection – Fungal – Feet (Athlete’s Foot)
905 Infection – Fungal – Groin (Jock Itch)
906 Infection – Fungal – Nails (Fungal Nail Infection)
907 Infection – Fungal – Scalp (Tinea Capitis)
908 Infection – Hair Follicle (Furuncle)
909 Infection – Inner Ear (Ear Infection – Acute)
910 Infection – Kidney (Pyelonephritis))
911 Infection – Skin – Staph (Carbunculosis)
912 Infection – Skin Around the Nail (Paronychia)
913 Infectious Diarrhea – Bacterial Gastroenteritis
914 Infectious Diarrhea – Campylobacter Enteritis
915 Infectious Endocarditis
916 Infectious Mononucleosis (CMV)
918 Infectious Myringitis
919 Infectious Polyneuritis (Guillain-Barre Syndrome)
920 Inflammation – Bronchi (Bronchitis)
921 Inflammation – Cervix (Cervicitis)
922 Inflammation – Conjunctiva (Conjunctivitis)
923 Inflammation – Esophagus (Esophagitis)
924 Inflammation – Heart Muscle (Myocarditis)
925 Inflammation – Rectum (Proctitis)
826 Inflammation – Sclera (Scleritis)
927 Inflammation of Gums – Involving Bone (Periodontitis)
928 Inflammation of the Tendon Sheath (Tenosynovitis)
929 Inflammation of the Vagina (Vulvovaginitis)
930 Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s Disease)
931 Inflammatory Edema
932 Inflammatory Exudates
933 Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia (Fibrous Dysplasia)
934 Inflammatory Infiltrates
945 Inflammatory Injury of the Kidney and Ureter)
946 Influenza A / B / C (The Flu)
949 Infratentorial Brain Tumors (Posterior Fossa Tumor)
950 Injury – Bladder and Urethra (Traumatic Injury of the Bladder and Urethra)
951 Injury – Inner Ear (Acoustic Trauma)
952 Injury – Kidney and Ureter
953 Insertional Heel Pain (Retrocalcaneal Bursitis)
955 Insomnia – Psychophysiological (Learned) (Primary Insomnia)
956 Insomnia (Sleeping Difficulty)
957 Intermittent Claudication (Blockage of Leg Arteries)
958 Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
959 Intoxication – Amphetamines or Sympathomimetics (Amphetamine or Sympathomimetic Intoxication)
960 Intoxication / Overdose – Barbiturates
961 Intoxication – Cocaine
962 Intoxication – Ethylene Glycol
963 Intoxication – Marijuana (Cannabis)
964 Intoxication – Methanol
965 Intoxication – Opioids
966 Intoxication – Uppers (Amphetamine or Sympathomimetic Intoxication)
967 Irregularity of Bowels (Constipation)
968 Irritability
969 Irritable Bowel / Colon Syndrome (Functional Bowel)

J
971 Jacobson’s Nerve Tumor (Glomus Jugulare Tumor)
972 Jail Fever (Typhus)
973 Jaundice
973 Jitters (Stress and Anxiety)
974 Joint Inflammation (Arthritis)
975 Joint Pain, Stiffness, Swelling
978 JRA (Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis)
979 Juvenile Angiofibroma
980 Juvenile Chronic Polyarthritis (Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis)

K
982 Kala-Azar (Leishmaniasis)
983 Kaposi’s Sarcoma
984 Katayama Fever (Schistosomiasis)
985 Kawasaki Disease
986 Keloid Scar (Keloids)
988 Keratin Cyst (Sebaceous Cyst)
989 Keratitis Interstitial
990 Keratitis Sicca (Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca)
992 Keratosis – Actinic (Solar) (Actinic Keratosis)
993 Keratosis – Seborrheic (Seborrheic Keratosis)
994 Keratosis Obturans
995 Keratosis Pilaris
996 Kidney – Polycystic (Polycystic Kidney Disease)
997 Kidney Cancer (Renal Cell Carcinoma)
998 Kidney Damage (Injury – Kidney and Ureter)
999 Kidney Disease
1000 Kidney Failure – Acute / Chronic
1002 Kidney Failure – Chronic Blockage (Chronic Bilateral Obstructive Uropathy)
1003 Kidney Failure – End Stage (End-Stage Kidney Disease)
1005 Kidney Infection (Pyelonephritis)
1006 Kidney Injury (Injury – Kidney and Ureter)
1007 Kidney Stones (Nephrolithiasis)
1008 Kidney Tumor (Wilms’ Tumor)
1009 Knee Pain, Swelling (Joint Swelling)
1011 Kyphoscoliosis (Scoliosis)

L
1013 Labyrinthitis
1014 Lacerations
1015 Lack of Menses (Menstruation – Absent)
1016 Lack of Regular Bowel Movements (Constipation)
1017 Lack of Strength (Weakness)
1018 Lacrimal Gland Tumor
1019 Lactic Acidosis
1020 Laennec’s Cirrhosis (Alcoholic Liver Disease)
1021 Lambert-Eaton Syndrome
1022 Laryngeal Cancer (Cancer – Throat or Larynx)
1023 Laryngeal Nerve Damage
1024 Laryngitis
1025 Laryngotracheobronchitis – Acute (Croup)
1026 Late Persistent Lyme Disease (Lyme Disease – Tertiary)
1027 Late Syphilis (Syphilis – Tertiary)
1028 Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
1029 Lateral Rectus Palsy (Cranial Mononeuropathy VI)
1030 Laxative Colitis (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
1031 Lead Poisoning / Disease
1033 LeFort Injuries (Facial Trauma)
1034 Left-Sided Heart Failure
1035 Leg Pain
1036 Leg Swelling (Foot, Leg, and Ankle Swelling)
1037 Leg Ulcers
1038 Legionella Pneumonia (Legionnaire’s Disease)
1040 Leiomyoma – Intestine (Intestinal Leiomyoma)
1041 Leiomyoma (Uterine Fibroids)
1042 Leiomyosarcoma
1043 Leishmaniasis
1044 Lentigos (Liver Spots)
1045 Leprosy
1046 Lethargy (Fatigue)
1047 Lightheadedness – (Dizziness) (Fainting)
1049 Limited Range of Motion
1050 Lips – Bluish (Skin Discoloration – Bluish)
1051 Little Stroke (Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA))
1052 Liver Abscess (Pyogenic Liver Abscess)
1053 Liver Cancer (Hepatocellular Carcinoma)
1054 Liver Cirrhosis
1055 Liver Disease
1056 Liver Disease due to Alcohol (Alcoholic Liver Disease)
1057 Liver Hemangioma (Hepatic Hemangioma)
1058 Lockjaw (Tetanus)
1059 Loose Bowel Movements (Diarrhea)
1060 Loss of Sensation (Numbness and Tingling)
1061 Low Back Pain (Back Pain – Low)
1062 Low Blood Pressure
1064 Low Nasal Bridge
1065 Lower Abdominal Pain (Groin Pain)
1067 Lower Leg Pain (Shin Splints)
1068 Low-Set Ears (Pinna Abnormalities and Low-Set Ears)
1069 Lumbar Pain / Strain (Back Pain – Low)
1072 Lump in the Abdomen
1073 Lump in the Armpit (Armpit Lump)
1074 Lump in the Groin (Groin Lump)
1075 Lump in the Neck (Neck Lump)
1076 Lump in the Rectum (Hemorrhoids)
1077 Lump in the Testicle (Testicle Lump)
1078 Lumps in the Breasts
1079 Lung Cancer – Non-Small Cell
1080 Lung Cancer – Small Cell
1081 Lung Disease
1082 Lung Disease – Rheumatoid Arthritis (Rheumatoid Lung Disease)
1083 Lung Metastases (Metastatic Cancer to the Lung)
1084 Lung Sounds (Breath Sounds)
1085 Lyme Borreliosis (Lyme Disease – Primary)
1088 Lyme Disease – Secondary, Tertiary
1090 Lymph Follicular Hypertrophy
1091 Lymph Gland Infection (Lymphadenitis and Lymphangitis)
1092 Lymph Node Infection (Lymphadenitis and Lymphangitis)
1092 Lymph Nodes – Swollen (Swollen Glands)
1093 Lymph Nodes Enlarged-Axillary (Armpit Lump)

M
1094 Macule
1096 Major Depressive Disorder (Major Depression)
1097 Malaise
1098 Malaria
1099 Malignant Hypertension (Arteriolar Nephrosclerosis)
1100 Malignant Hyperthermia
1101 Malignant Plasmacytoma (Multiple Myeloma)
1102 Malignant Teratoma
1103 Malignant Tumor (Cancer)
1104 Malta Fever (Brucellosis)
1105 Mammary Dysplasia (Fibrocystic Breast Disease)
1106 Mandibulofacial Dysostosis (Treacher-Collins Syndrome)
1107 Marijuana Intoxication
1108 Mass (Tumor)
1109 Mass in the Abdomen (Abdominal Mass)
1110 Mastalgia (Breast Pain)
1111 Mastitis (Breast Infection)
1112 Mastodynia (Breast Pain)
1113 Maxillofacial Injury (Facial Trauma)
1114 MD (Muscular Dystrophy)
1115 Measles
1116 Mediastinal Tumor
1117 Mediastinitis
1118 Medullary Carcinoma of Thyroid
1119 Medulloblastoma (Primary Brain Tumor)
1120 Melanoma
1121 Meningioma (Primary Brain Tumor)
1123 Meningitis
1124 Meningitis – Cryptococcal, Gram Negative, H. Influenzae, Meningococcal, Pneumococcal, Staphylococcal, Syphilitic (Syphilitic Aseptic Meningitis), Tuberculous
1132 Meningococcal Bacteremia or Bacterial in the Blood (Meningococcemia)
1133 Meningococcal Blood Poisoning (Meningococcemia)
1134 Meningococcal Meningitis
1135 Meningococcal Septicemia (Meningococcemia)
1136 Meningococcemia
1139 Menopause Symptoms
1140 Menorrhagia (Menstrual Periods – Heavy, Prolonged, or Irregular)
1141 Menstrual Cramps
1142 Menstrual Pain – Adolescent (Dysmenorrhea in the Adolescent)
1143 Menstrual Periods – Abnormal (Menstrual Periods – Heavy, Prolonged, or Irregular)
1144 Menstrual Periods – Heavy, Prolonged, or Irregular
1145 Menstruation – Absent, Irregular (Menstrual Periods – Heavy, Prolonged, or Irregular)
1147 Menstruation – Painful
1148 Mercury Poisoning
1150 Mesenteric Vascular Disease (Mesenteric Artery Ischemia)
1151 Mesenteric Venous Thrombosis
1152 Mesothelioma (Benign-Fibrous) (Malignant)
1154 Metabolic Acidosis
1155 Metabolic Neuropathies
1156 Metastases to the Liver
1157 Metastatic Brain Tumor
1158 Metastatic Cancer to the Lung
1159 Metastatic Pleural Tumor
1160 MI (Heart Attack)
1161 Middle Ear Infection – Acute, Chronic (Otitis Media – Chronic)
1163 Midface Trauma (Facial Trauma)
1165 Migraine – Classic, with Aura, Common,
1168 Migrainous Neuralgia (Cluster Headaches)
1169 Minamata Bay Disease (Methylmercury Poisoning)
1170 Mini Stroke (Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA))
1171 Missed Periods (Menstruation – Absent)
1172 Mixed Tension Migraine
1173 Mono (Mononucleosis)
1174 Mononeuropathy
1175 Mononucleosis
1176 Mood Changes (Depression)
1177 Moon Face (Facial Swelling)
1178 Morbid Obesity
1179 Morning Sickness
1180 Mottling (Skin Color – Patchy)
1181 Mountain Fever (Colorado Tick Fever)
1182 Mountain Sickness (Acute Mountain Sickness)
1183 Mountain Tick Fever (Colorado Tick Fever)
1184 Mouth Cancer (Oral Cancer)
1185 Mouth Sores
1186 Mouth Ulcers
1188 Mud Fever (Leptospirosis)
1190 Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
1191 Multiple System Atrophy
1192 Mumps
1193 Muscle Aches
1194 Muscle Atrophy
1195 Muscle Contraction Headache (Tension Headache)
1196 Muscle Cramps
1197 Muscle Fasciculation (Muscle Twitching)
1198 Muscle Pain (Muscle Aches)
1199 Muscle Spasms
1200 Muscle Tension
1201 Muscle Twitching
1202 Muscle Wasting (Muscle Atrophy)
1203 Muscle Weakness (Weakness)
1205 Muscular Dystrophy – Duchenne Type (Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy)
1206 Muscular Dystrophy – Limb-Girdle Type (Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophies)
1207 Mushroom Picker’s Disease (Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis)
1208 Myalgia (Muscle Aches)
1209 Myasthenia Gravis
1210 Myasthenic Syndrome (Lambert-Eaton Syndrome)
1211 Mycetoma (Pulmonary Aspergilloma (Mycetoma))
1212 Mycobacteria Other Than Tuberculosis (Atypical Mycobacterial Infection)
1213 Mycoplasma Pneumonia
1214 Mycotic Arthritis (Fungal Arthritis)
1215 Myitis (Myositis)
1216 Myocardial Contusion
1217 Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack)
1218 Myocarditis
1219 Myofascial Pain Syndrome (Fibromyalgia)
1220 Myoma (Uterine Fibroids)
1221 Myonecrosis (Gas Gangrene)
1222 Myopathic Changes
1223 Myositis
1224 Myotonia Congenita

N
1225 Nails – Fungal Infection (Fungal Nail Infection)
1226 Nasal Allergies (Allergic Rhinitis)
1227 Nasal Congestion
1229 Nasal Discharge
1230 Nasal Flaring
1231 Nasal Polyps
1232 Nasal Tumor (Juvenile Angiofibroma)
1233 Nausea and Vomiting
1235 NBP (Prostatitis – Nonbacterial)
1236 Neck Lump
1237 Neck Pain
1238 Neck Stiffness
1239 Necrosis – Acute Tubular (Acute Tubular Necrosis), Renal Papillae (Renal Papillary Necrosis)
1242 Necrotizing Colitis (Pseudomembranous Colitis)
1243 Necrotizing Fasciitis (Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection)
1244 Necrotizing Glomerulonephritis (Rapidly Progressive (Crescentic) Glomerulonephritis)
1245 Necrotizing Granuloma
1246 Necrotizing Pneumonia (Aspiration Pneumonia)
1247 Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection
1248 Necrotizing Vasculitis
1249 Neoplasm (Tumor)
1250 Nephritis – Interstitial (Interstitial Nephritis)
1251 Nephritis – Lupus (Lupus Nephritis)
1252 Nephritis Syndrome – Acute (Acute Nephritic Syndrome)
1253 Nephroblastoma (Wilms’ Tumor)
1254 Nephrosclerosis – Arteriolar (Malignant Hypertension (Arteriolar Nephrosclerosis))
1255 Nerve Pain (Neuralgias)
1256 Nervous Indigestion (Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Functional Bowel))
1257 Nervous Tension
1258 Nettle rash
1259 Neuralgia – Disc-protrusion Related
1260 Neuralgias
1261 Neurasthenia
1263 Neuritis – Peripheral (Peripheral Neuropathy)
1264 Neuroblastoma
1265 Neurodermatitis
1266 Neuroendocrine Tumors (Pancreatic Islet Cell Tumor)
1267 Neurofibromatosis 2 / 1
1269 Neurogenic Bladder
1270 Neuroglioma (Primary Brain Tumor)
1271 Neurologic Orthostatic Hypotension (Multiple System Atrophy)
1272 Neuropathy – Alcoholic (Alcoholic Neuropathy)
1273 Neuropathy – Autonomic (Autonomic Neuropathy)
1274 Neuropathy – Axillary Nerve (Axillary Nerve Dysfunction)
1275 Neuropathy – Brachial Plexus (Brachial Plexopathy)
1276 Neuropathy – Common Peroneal Nerve (Common Peroneal Nerve Dysfunction)
1277 Neuropathy – Distal Median Nerve Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Distal Median Nerve Dysfunction)
1278 Neuropathy – Facial (Cranial Mononeuropathy VII)
1279 Neuropathy – Femoral Nerve (Femoral Nerve Dysfunction)
1280 Neuropathy – Isolated (Mononeuropathy)
1281 Neuropathy – Peripheral
1282 Neuropathy – Peroneal (Hereditary) (Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease)
1283 Neuropathy – Radial Nerve Dysfunction
1284 Neuropathy – Sciatic Nerve (Sciatica)
1285 Neuropathy – Tibial Nerve Dysfunction
1286 Neuropathy – Ulnar Nerve Dysfunction
1287 Neuropathy Secondary to Drugs
1288 Neurosarcoidosis
1289 NF1 (Neurofibromatosis-1) NF2 (Neurofibromatosis 2)
1291 Nicotine Withdrawal
1293 Nocardiosis – Pulmonary
1294 Nocardiosis (Nocardia Infection)
1295 Nocturnal Myoclonus (Restless Leg Syndrome)
1296 Nodules
1297 Noma
1298 Non-Cardiac Chest Pain (Heartburn)
1299 Non-Cardiogenic Pulmonary Edema ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome)
1300 Non-Gonococcal (Septic) Bacterial Arthritis
1301 Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
1302 Nonpolio Enterovirus Infection (ECHO Virus Infection)
1303 Nonseminomatous Germ Cell Tumor – Teratoma (Malignant Teratoma)
1304 Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
1305 Nonspecific Back Pain
1306 Nose – Congested
1307 Nosocomial Pneumonia (Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia)
1308 Nostrils – Flaring (Nasal Flaring)
1309 Numbness and Tingling
1310 Nummular Dermatitis (Nummular Eczema)
1312 Nursemaid’s Elbow

O
1313 OA (Osteoarthritis)
1314 Obesity
1315 Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome (OHS)
1317 Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (Obstructive Sleep Apnea)
1318 Occlusion – Renal Artery (Renal Artery Stenosis)
1319 Occlusion – Renal Vein (Renal Vein Thrombosis)
1320 Occupational Asthma
1321 Occupational Bronchitis (Industrial Bronchitis)
1322 Oculoglandular Syndrome (Parinaud’s Syndrome)
1323 Ogilvie’s Syndrome (Primary or Idiopathic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction)
1324 Ohio River Valley Fever (Histoplasmosis)
1325 Oligodendroglioma (Primary Brain Tumor)
1326 OME (Otitis Media with Effusion)
1327 Onychomycosis (Fungal Nail Infection)
1338 O’nyong-Nyong Fever (Dengue Fever)
1339 Oophoritis (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID))
1340 Opiate Withdrawal
1341 Opioid Intoxication
1342 Optic Nerve Atrophy
1343 Optic Nerve Glioma
1344 Optic Neuritis
1345 Oral Cancer
1346 Oral Thrush (Thrush)
1347 Oral Ulcer (Mouth Ulcers)
1348 Orbital Cellulitis
1349 Orbital Pseudotumor
1350 Orchitis
1351 Orthopnea (Breathing Difficulty – Lying Down)
1352 Osteoarthritis
1353 Osteoarthrosis
1354 Osteomas (Benign Ear Cyst or Tumor)
1356 Osteomyelitis of the Skull (Malignant Otitis Externa)
1357 Osteoporosis
1358 Osteosarcoma
1359 Otalgia (Earache)
1361 Otitis Externa – Acute (Swimmer’s Ear), Chronic (Swimmer’s Ear – Chronic)
1363 Otitis Externa – Malignant (Malignant Otitis Externa)
1364 Otitis Media – (Ear Infection – Acute)
1365 Otitis Media – Chronic
1366 Otitis Media with Effusion
1367 Ovarian Cancer
1368 Overbreathing / Rapid Deep Breathing (Hyperventilation)
1369 Overweight (Obesity)

P
1371 Pain – Abdomen, Ankle, Back- Low, Bones, Breast, Elbow, Pain with Exercise (Blockage of Leg Arteries), Finger(s), Foot, Groin, Head (Headache), Heel, Hip, Joints, Knee, Leg, Muscles, Neck, Rib Cage, Shins Shoulder, Side (Flank Pain), Throat, Wrist,
1394 Pain Disorder (Somatoform Pain Disorder)
1396 Painful Menstrual Periods – Adolescent (Dysmenorrhea in the Adolescent)
1397 Painful Menstrual Periods (Menstruation – Painful)
1398 Paleness
1399 Pancreatic Abscess
1400 Pancreatic Cancer (Pancreatic Carcinoma)
1402 Pancreatic Endocrine Tumor (VIPoma)
1403 Pancreatic Islet Cell Tumor
1404 Pancreatic Pseudocyst
1405 Pancreatitis
1406 Papillary Carcinoma of the Thyroid (Thyroid Cancer – Papillary Carcinoma)
1407 Papule
1408 Parainfluenza
1409 Parapneumonic Pulmonary Effusion
1410 Paresthesias (Numbness and Tingling)
1411 Parinaud’s Syndrome
1412 Patches
1413 PBC (Primary Biliary Cirrhosis)
1414 Pediatric Pneumonia
1415 Pelvic infection
1416 Penile Cancer (Cancer – Penis)
1417 Peptic Disease (Gastric Ulcer)
1418 Peptic Esophagitis (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)
1419 Peptic Ulcer
1420 Periarthritis of the shoulder
1421 Perimenopause (Menopause)
1422 Perineal Pain (Groin Pain)
1423 Periods – Heavy, Prolonged, or Irregular (Menstrual Periods – Heavy, Prolonged, or Irregular)
1424 Periods – Missed (Menstruation – Absent)
1425 Periods – Painful (Menstruation – Painful)
1428 Peripheral Occlusive Disease
1429 Peripheral Vascular Disease (Arteriosclerosis of the Extremities)
1431 Perirenal Abscess
1433 Peritonitis – Secondary, Spontaneous
1435 Peritonsillar Abscess
1436 Peroneal Nerve Injury / Palsy (Common Peroneal Nerve Dysfunction)
1438 Perspiration – Excessive (Sweating – Excessive)
1439 Perthes Disease (Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease)
1440 Pertussis
1441 Pet Allergies (Allergy to Mold – Dander – Dust)
1442 Petrositis
1444 Pharyngitis – Gonococcal, Streptococcal (Strep Throat), Viral
1447 Pharyngomaxillary Space Abscess
1448 Phenacetin Nephritis (Analgesic Nephropathy)
1449 Phymatous Rosacea (Rhinophyma)
1450 Piles (Hemorrhoids)
1451 Pimples (Acne)
1452 Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis)
1454 Pinworm Infection (Pinworm)
1455 Pitcher’s Shoulder (Rotator Cuff Tendinitis)
1456 Pityriasis Alba, Rosea, Rubra (Exfoliative Dermatitis), Rubra Pilaris, Versicolor (Tinea Versicolor)
1461 PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome)
1462 Pneumococcal Meningitis (Meningitis – Pneumococcal)
1463 Pneumoconiosis (Coal Workers Pneumoconiosis)
1464 Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia
1465 Pneumocystosis (Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia)
1466 Pneumomediastinum
1468 Pneumonia – Cytomegalovirus (CMV – Pneumonia)
1469 Pneumonia – Viral (Viral Pneumonia)
1470 Pneumonia in Immunocompromised Host
1471 Pneumonia in Immunodeficient Patient (Pneumonia in Immunocompromised Host)
1472 Pneumonitis (Pneumonia)
1473 Pneumothorax
1474 Pneumothorax – Tension
1475 Point Tenderness
1476 Poison Ivy / Poison Oak / Poison Sumac (Contact Dermatitis)
1479 Poor skin tone
1480 Post Surgical Adhesions
1481 Post-exercise Muscle Pain
1482 Postmenopause (Menopause)
1483 Post-Operative Edema
1484 Post-surgical infections
1485 Premenstrual Tenderness and Swelling of the Breasts
1486 Prostate Cancer
1488 Psoriasis – Guttate
1489 Psoriatic Arthritis
1490 Puffy Face (Facial Swelling)
1491 Pulse – Bounding, Weak or Absent
1493 Pupil – White Spots
1494 Purpura
1495 Pustules
1496 Pyrexia (Fever)
1497 Pyrosis (Heartburn)

Q
1498 Q Fever / Q Fever – Early
1500 Quartan Malaria (Malaria)
1501 Query Fever (Q Fever)
1502 Quinsy (Peritonsillar Abscess)

R
1503 RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis)
1504 Radiation Sickness
1505 Rapid Deep Breathing (Hyperventilation)
1506 Rapid Heart Rate (Pulse – Bounding)
1507 Rapid Shallow Breathing
1508 Rashes
1509 Rectal Abscess (Anorectal Abscess)
1510 Rectal Inflammation (Proctitis)
1511 Rectal Lump (Hemorrhoids)
1512 Recurrent Cystitis
1513 Recurrent Leg Cramping / Recurrent Leg Pain (Blockage of Leg Arteries)
1515 Red Face (Skin Blushing/Flushing)
1516 Reflux Esophagitis (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)
1517 Reflux Nephropathy
1518 Regional Enteritis (Crohn’s Disease)
1519 Relaxation
1520 Renovascular Hypertension
1521 Respiratory Rate – Rapid and Deep (Hyperventilation)
1522 Respiratory Rate – Rapid and Shallow (Rapid Shallow Breathing)
1523 Restlessness (Agitation)
1524 Retractions of the Chest Muscles (Intercostal Retractions)
1525 Retrocalcaneal Bursitis
1526 Rheumatic Fever
1527 Rheumatism
1528 Rheumatoid Arthritis
1529 Rheumatoid Lung Disease
1530 Rheumatoid Pneumoconiosis (Caplan’s Syndrome)
1531 Rhinorrhea (Nasal Discharge)
1532 Rib Cage Pain
1533 Rigidity of the Abdomen (Abdominal Rigidity)
1534 Rigors (Chills)
1535 Riley-Day Syndrome
1536 Ringworm – Body (Tinea Corporis), Foot (Athlete’s Foot), Groin (Jock Itch), Scalp (Tinea Capitis)
1541 Rosacea
1542 Rotator Cuff Tendinitis
1543 Rotavirus Infection (Viral Gastroenteritis)
1544 Rubor (Rashes)
1545 Runny Nose (Nasal Discharge)
1546 Ruptured Disk (Herniated Nucleus Pulposus (Slipped Disk)

S
1547 Sadness (Depression)
1548 Scales
1549 Scar – Hypertrophic (Keloids)
1550 Sciatic Nerve Dysfunction (Sciatica)
1552 Scoliosis
1553 Sebaceous Cyst
1554 Seborrheic Dermatitis / Eczema
1556 Seborrheic Keratosis
1557 Secretory Otitis Media (Otitis Media with Effusion)
1558 Seminoma (Testicular Cancer)
1559 Sensory Loss (Numbness and Tingling)
1560 Sequelae of Strokes
1561 Shin Splints
1562 Shivering (Chills)
1563 Shortness of Breath (Breathing Difficulty)
1564 Short-term memory
1565 Shoulder Impingement Syndrome (Rotator Cuff Tendinitis)
1566 Shoulder Pain / Stiffness
1568 Shoulder-Hand Syndrome (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
1569 Sibilant Rhonchi (Wheezing)
1570 Side Pain (Flank Pain)
1571 Sinus Infection (Sinusitis)
1572 Sinusitis – Acute, Chronic
1575 Skin – Abnormally Dark or Light
1576 Skin – Clammy
1577 Skin – Dry, Abscess, Blushing/Flushing, Bumps – Acne-Like (Comedones), Basal Cell (Carcinoma), Melanoma, Squamous Cell Cancer), Care, Color – Patchy, Discoloration – Bluish, Flaking (Scales), Growths – Fatty (Xanthelasma and Xanthoma), Hemorrhages (Purpura), Lumps, Pale or Gray, Rashes- Redness or Inflammation,
1592 Infection – Bacterial (Cellulitis), Fungal (Cutaneous Candidiasis), Staphylococcal (Carbunculosis), Yeast (Cutaneous Candidiasis)
1596 Skin Lesion (Rashes), Blastomycosis, Coccidioidomycosis, Histoplasmosis
1604 Skin Spots – Aging (Liver Spots)
1605 Skin Turgor
1607 Sleeplessness (Sleeping Difficulty)
1608 Slipped Disk – Herniated Nucleus Pulposus
1609 Sneezing
1610 Soft Tissue Gangrene (Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection)
1611 Soft Tissue Injury
1612 Soft Tissue Sarcoma (Rhabdomyosarcoma)
1613 Sore Throat
1614 Spastic Colon – Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Functional Bowel)
1615 Spasticity
1616 Spinal Abscess (Epidural Abscess)
1617 Spinal Cord Abscess
1618 Spinal Cord Compression or Injury (Spinal Cord Trauma)
1619 Spinal Cord Shock
1621 Spinal Curvature (Scoliosis)
1622 Spinal Muscular Atrophy
1623 Spinal Stenosis
1624 Spinal Tumor
1625 Sports Injury
1626 Sprains
1628 Squamous Cell Cancer – Mouth (Oral Cancer)
1629 Squamous Cell Cancer – Penis (Cancer – Penis)
1630 Stage 1 Lyme Disease (Lyme Disease – Primary)
1631 Stage 2 Lyme Disease (Lyme Disease – Secondary)
1632 Stage 3 Lyme Disease (Lyme Disease – Tertiary)
1633 Staph Skin Infection (Carbunculosis)
1634 Staphylococcal Meningitis (Meningitis – Staphylococcal)
1635 Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome (SSS)
1636 Staphylococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome
1637 Stasis Dermatitis
1638 Stasis Syndrome (Blind Loop Syndrome)
1639 Sternutation (Sneezing)
1640 Stiffness in a Joint
1641 Stomach Cancer (Gastric Cancer)
1642 Stomach Pain (Abdominal Pain)
1643 Stomach Ulcer (Gastric Ulcer)
1644 Stomach Upset (Nausea and Vomiting)
1645 Stomatitis – Ulcerative (Mouth Ulcers)
1646 Strained Muscles
1647 Strains
1648 Strep Throat
1649 Streptococcal Pharyngitis (Strep Throat)
1650 Streptococcal Proctitis (Proctitis – Streptococcal)
1651 Streptococcus Agalactiae (Group B Streptococcal Septicemia of the Newborn)
1654 Stress and Anxiety
1656 Stretch Marks (Striae)
1658 Striae Atrophica, Distensae
1661 Stroke – Hemorrhagic (Hemorrhagic Stroke)
1662 Stuffy Nose (Nasal Congestion)
1664 Subcutaneous Emphysema
1665 Sunburn
1666 Sweat – Cold (Skin – Clammy)
1667 Swelling – Abdomen, Joint/s, Ankles – Feet – Legs, Face
1672 Swimmer’s Ear
1673 Swimmer’s Itch (Schistosomiasis)
1674 Swimmer’s Shoulder (Rotator Cuff Tendinitis)
1675 Swollen Belly
1676 Swollen Glands
1677 Swollen Gums
1678 Swollen Lymph Nodes

T
1679 Tachycardia (Pulse – Bounding)
1680 Tachypnea (Rapid Shallow Breathing)
1681 TB (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)
1682 Telangiectasia
1683 Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Syndrome
1684 Tendinitis
1685 Tendinitis of the Heel (Achilles Tendinitis)
1686 Tenesmus
1687 Tennis Elbow
1688 Tennis Shoulder (Rotator Cuff Tendinitis)
1689 Tension (Stress and Anxiety)
1690 Tension Headache
1691 Testicular Cancer
1692 Testicular Infection or Torsion
1693 Testicular Tumor (Leydig Cell Tumor)
1694 Testicular Twisting (Testicular Torsion)
1695 Testis Infection (Orchitis)
1696 The Flu
1697 Throat – Sore
1698 Throat Cancer / or Larynx
1699 Thymoma – Mediastinal (Mediastinal Tumor)
1700 Thyroid – Medullary Carcinoma
1702 Thyroid Cancer – Papillary Carcinoma
1703 Tight Shoulders
1704 Tinea (Ringworm), Barbae (Folliculitis), Capitis, Circinata (Tinea Corporis), Tinea Cruris (Jock Itch), Tinea of the Body (Tinea Corporis),Tinea of the Foot (Athlete’s Foot), Tinea of the Groin (Jock Itch), Tinea of the Scalp (Tinea Capitis), Tinea Pedis (Athlete’s Foot)
1715 Tinea Versicolor
1716 Tineas
1717 Tingling and Numbness (Numbness and Tingling)
1718 Tinitus
1719 Tiredness (Fatigue)
1720 Tissue Emphysema (Subcutaneous Emphysema)
1721 Tissue Infection – Clostridial (Gas Gangrene)
1722 TMJ or TMD (Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Syndrome)
1723 Toe Swelling (Joint Swelling)
1724 Tongue Problems
1725 Tonsillar Herniation (Brain Herniation)
1726 Tonsillitis
1727 Toxic Electromagnetic Fields
1728 Transtentorial Herniation (Brain Herniation)
1729 Trauma – Inner Ear (Acoustic Trauma)
1730 Traumatic Injury of the Bladder and Urethra
1731 Traumatic Injury of the Kidney (Injury – Kidney and Ureter)
1732 Traumatic Nasogastric or Endotracheal Intubation
1733 Traveler’s Diarrhea – E. Coli (E. Coli Enteritis)
1734 Traveler’s Diarrhea – Giardiasis (Giardiasis)
1735 Tremor – Arms or Hands (Hand Tremor)
1737 Tumor – Acoustic (Acoustic Neuroma), Adrenal (Adrenocortical Carcinoma) Bone, Ear (Benign Ear Cyst or Tumor), Heart (Atrial Myxoma – Left), Jacobson’s Nerve (Glomus Jugulare Tumor), Liver (Hepatocellular Carcinoma), Spinal Cord, Temporal Bone (Glomus Jugulare Tumor), Thyroid (Thyroid Cancer), Vaginal (Vaginal Tumors), Embolus (Pulmonary Embolus)

U
1749 Ulcer – Aphthous (Canker Sores)
1750 Ulcer – Duodenal or Gastric (Peptic Ulcer)
1751 Ulcer – Mouth (Mouth Ulcers)
1752 Ulcer – Peptic (Peptic Ulcer)
1753 Ulcer – Stomach (Gastric Ulcer)
1756 Ulnar Nerve Palsy (Ulnar Nerve Dysfunction)
1757 Uncal Herniation (Brain Herniation)
1758 Uncomfortable Fullness After Meals (Indigestion)
1759 Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection (Cystitis – Acute Bacterial)
1760 Upper Respiratory Infection – Viral (Common Cold)
1761 Upset Stomach (Nausea and Vomiting)
1762 Ureteral Injury (Injury – Kidney and Ureter)
1763 Urethral Disruption / Injury (Traumatic Injury of the Bladder and Urethra)

V
1765 V Tach (Ventricular Tachycardia)
1766 V. Cholerae (Cholera)
1767 Vaginal Cancer (Vaginal Tumors)
1768 Vaginal Candidiasis (Vaginal Yeast Infection)
1769 Vaginal Cysts
1770 Vaginal Inflammation / Vaginitis (Vulvovaginitis)
1771 Vaginal Tumors
1774 Valley Fever (Coccidioidomycosis)
1775 Valve Infection (Endocarditis)
1776 Variant Angina (Coronary Artery Spasm)
1777 Varicella (Chickenpox)
1778 Varicose Veins
1779 Varicose Veins – Scrotum (Varicocele)
1780 Varicosis / Varicosity (Varicose Veins)
1782 Vascular Ectasia of the Colon (Angiodysplasia of the Colon)
1783 Vascular Ectasias (Telangiectasia)
1784 Vascular Purpura (Henoch-Schonlein Purpura)
1785 Vascular Spasm
1786 Vasculitis – Allergic Hypersensitivity (Allergic Vasculitis)
1787 Vasculitis – Necrotizing (Necrotizing Vasculitis)
1788 Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide-Producing Tumor (VIPoma)
1789 Vasomotor Rhinitis
1790 Vaso-Occlusive Disease of the Legs (Blockage of Leg Arteries)
1791 Venereal Warts (Genital Warts)
1792 Venous Insufficiency
1793 Venous Thrombo-Embolism (Pulmonary Embolus)
1794 Ventilatory Failure (Respiratory Acidosis)
1795 Ventricular Tachycardia
1796 Vernal Conjunctivitis
1797 Verruca / Verruca Vulgaris (Warts)
1799 Vertebral Compression Fractures (Compression Fractures of the Back)
1800 Vertebral-Basilar Artery Occlusive Syndrome (Aortic Arch Syndrome)
1802 Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency (Vertebrobasilar Circulatory Disorders)
1803 Vesicles
1804 Vestibular Schwannoma (Acoustic Neuroma)
1805 Vibrio (Cholera)
1806 Vincent’s Stomatitis (Trench Mouth)
1807 VIPoma
1808 Viral Arthritis
1809 Viral Gastroenteritis
1810 Viral Hepatitis (Hepatitis A)
1811 Viral Pneumonia
1812 Visceral Larva Migrans
1813 Vitamin A Toxicity (Hypervitaminosis A)
1814 Vitamin D Toxicity (Hypervitaminosis D)
1815 Vitiligo
1816 Vocal Cord Cancer (Cancer – Throat or Larynx)
1817 Vocal Cord Paralysis (Laryngeal Nerve Damage)
1818 Vomiting (Nausea and Vomiting)
1819 Vomiting in the Morning – Females (Morning Sickness)
1820 Vulvitis

W
1821 Wakefulness (Sleeping Difficulty)
1822 Walking Pneumonia (Atypical Pneumonia)
1823 Warm Shock (Septic Shock)
1824 Warts
1825 Wasting (Muscle Atrophy)
1826 Water on the Brain (Hydrocephalus)
1827 Weak Pulse
1828 Weakness
1829 Weariness (Fatigue)
1830 Weber-Cockayne Syndrome (Epidermolysis Bullosa)
1831 Wegener’s Granulomatosis
1832 Weight Loss
1833 Weil Disease (Leptospirosis)
1834 Werdnig-Hoffmann Disease (Spinal Muscular Atrophy)
1835 Wermer’s Syndrome (Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia (MEN) I)
1836 Wheezing
1837 Whiplash
1838 Whipworm Infection
1839 Whitehead
1840 Whooping Cough (Pertussis)
1841 Wide-Complex Tachycardia (Ventricular Tachycardia)
1842 Wilson’s Disease
1843 Winter Itch (Dry Skin)
1844 Withdrawal from Nicotine (Nicotine Withdrawal)
1845 Withdrawal from Opioids (Opiate Withdrawal)
1846 Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome
1847 Wool Sorter’s Disease (Anthrax)
1848 Wrinkles
1849 Wrist Pain

Y
1850 Yaws
1851 Yeast Infection – Esophagus (Candida Esophagitis)
1852 Yeast Infection – Skin (Cutaneous Candidiasis)
1853 Yeast Infection – Vagina (Vaginal Yeast Infection)
1854 Yellow Fever

Z
1855 Z-E Syndrome (Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome)
1856 Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome
1857 Zygomycosis (Mucormycosis)

AO Scan Digital Frequency Body Analyzer

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AO Scan Digital Frequency Body Analyzer Technology

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The Future of Digital Body Scans

Everything physical, at its most fundamental level, is energy and can be measured by its frequency.

Receive Scans and Frequency Optimizations via an internet connection from the comfort of your home

BIO-RESONANCE TECHNICIAN:

Ajahn, Dr. Anthony B. James and or Certified Staff.

 

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How the AO Scan Digital Frequency Analyzer Technology work?

Medical researchers say that the health of an organ, tissue, system or cell structure within the body can be identified by passing micro current frequencies through the body and measuring the current’s resistance.

Raymond Royal Rife

 

Royal Rife discovered that specific RF frequencies, when broadcast through a plasma tube towards the body, would only affect the microbes that resonated that exact frequency. And that when that frequency hit that microbe, that it would destroy that specific microbe and have absolutely no effect on anything else.

 

 

Tesla

Nikola Tesla discovered that a specific set of frequencies could be broadcast through the air around us, the same way we broadcast cell phone calls, radio and television signals today and affect only the target it was intended for.

 

 

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein is accredited with being one of the first to state that the future of medicine is frequency and was one of the most brilliant people to ever been born. He is the creator of the theory of relativity and his discoveries are still useful today.

 

 

The Body is the Miracle!
As we unravel the design, form, and function of the human body cell by cell, tissue by tissue, and organ by organ we are humbled by the miracle of the complete human organism.

When nurtured with care, the body exhibits astonishing resilience for a long and healthy life. When neglected, the body breaks down and experiences degeneration. So, how do you know if you are nurturing or neglecting your body? What if you had access to revealing and relevant information about your body an owner’s manual of sorts? What if technology existed that would empower you with knowledge to live your best life?

AO Scan Identifies specific frequencies in the human body and has compiled a database of more than 120,000 different frequencies. These frequencies are the same in every person. Every cell and organ in the body have their own distinctive Vibrational Frequency or Oscillation. When these oscillations are disrupted, whether by injury, diet, stress or emotion, it results in a disruption of that biological function. Which when not addressed, can bring about fatigue, depression, illness, disease and even death. Over the past 20 years, more than 120,000 of these Vibrational Frequencies have been isolated, identified and cataloged. Knowing what the optimum oscillation or frequencies of these cells and organs are, can assist in determining the root cause of an individual’s health status when these frequencies are compared to the individual scanned results.

Your Body is Electric
Science has discovered that every cell, tissue, and organ of the body is 98% energy that resonates with a unique frequency and vibration (Brett J. Earl M.D. Psc.D iMD).

Over the past 50 years, leading scientists from around the globe have cataloged thousands of Blueprint Frequencies frequencies that are the same in every healthy human being.

AO Scan Technology by Solex: Solex has compiled a database of over 120,000 unique Blueprint Frequencies and has developed a hand-held tech-nology that allows you to compare your personal frequencies with our Blueprint Frequencies. We then display any vari-ance to help you investigate further and take any corrective measures you deem necessary. Information is your resource. Education is our objective.

The AO Scan Technology is noninvasive and safe. Using a numerical range from 1 to 9, with 5 representing the Blueprint value (homeostasis), variances are generated. Lower numbers 1 – 4 indicate underactive. Higher numbers 6 – 9 indicate overactive.

Responses are converted into an algorithm housed in the our proprietary development space for conversion into our corresponding 3-D graphic avatar display that is as detailed as an MRI display. Indeed, the brilliance is in the details. You can view every organ, system, and tissue of the body and read about its role in maintaining vitality and health.

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Programs included with the AO Scan Technology are:

1. Quick Scan – Quick variance report.

AO Scan Vitals Report

 

2. Supplement Analyzer – Synergistic supplement review.

AO Scan Heart Scan

 

3. Inner Voice – Intuitive harmonic synchronization.

AO Scan Inner Voice Analysis

 

4. Vitals Scan – Targeted vitals review.

AO Scan Vital Scan2

 

5. Comprehensive – Detailed variance imaging.

AO Scan Comprehensive

 

6. S.E.F.I. – Subtle Energy Frequency Imprinter.

 

Working Principles

Information is collected by the AO Scan device in 3 ways:

1. Bio Resonance Recognition

This process transmits a specific signal from the brain through a Transducer Headset positioned in the front of each ear to collect the targeted information required.  This is what enables the brain to identify which part of the body is being scanned. The scan is perfectly harmless and comfortable.

2. Bio Resonance Comparison

This process receives resonating frequencies and then compares them to the corresponding Blueprint Frequencies and determines any variance.

Then it compares the two frequencies, calculates how close they are to each other, and assigns a number from 1 to 9, with 5 being in perfect harmony and higher or lower than 5 indicating either stress or under activity.

This process involves sending a Sympathetic Vibration back into the body to encourage the organ, tissue, cell, nerve, artery, vein, etc. that is not within its homeostatic range to move back towards the ideal frequency.

3. Sympathetic Vibratory Physics

This function transmits sympathetic vibration back into the body to encourage each cell, tissue, organ, and system to move toward homeostasis.

4. Inner Voice- Quantum Voice Analysis

Nearly all physical maladies have an emotional component or cause. This process analyzes the harmonic spectrum of your voice, detects emotional suppressions or over-compensations, and then generates personalized balancing tones that can be listened to at your leisure.

5. Quantum Vitals Analysis

This technology scans and optimizes seven anatomical regions: Blood, GI functionality, Nutritional functionality, Physical Functionality, Toxicities, Chakras, and Meridians.  It then generates a report that can be taken to your primary health care practitioner for consultation.

CLICK HERE for NAIC Member Donations and to Make an appointment for an AO Scan Analysis Session or Treatment Protocol

 

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Summary
AO Scan is an elegant yet simple tech-nology that communicates with the body via subtle bio-frequencies and electromagnetic signals that guide you toward homeostasis – the natural state of balance.

AO Scan Technology comes from Russia, Germany, Spain, Asia, and the USA.

This technology is based on the works of Nikola Tesla, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, and others who theorize that everything physical at its most fundamental level is actually light, energy, and frequency.

 

 

 

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ElectroMeds PEMF SomaVeda® Thai Yoga, Ayurveda and Natural Medicine Practitioners

ElectroMeds MegaPulse PEMF

ElectroMeds PEMF for SomaVeda® Thai Yoga, Ayurveda and Natural Medicine Practitioners

 

We have been using PEMF (Pulsed Electro-magnetic Field Therapy) devices and technologies for over 30 years as functional medicine adjuncts to the SomaVeda Integrated Traditional Therapies® Thai Yoga, Ayurveda and or Natural Medicine protocols. PEMF and the other Bio-Magnetic Therapeutic Protocols have never let us down. We integrate them for a countless list of interventions that add to and supplement the many benefits of the SomaVeda® Thai Yoga protocols for wellness and healing. They are safe and non-invasive, adverse side effects are minimal or non-existent. PEMF can be used safely on everyone!

One of our recommended providers is ElectroMeds. They are able to provide professional “entry to mid range” devices that are powerful enough for clinical use, but cost effective to not break the bank! We use most of the devices ourselves in our Natural Wellness Solutions Clinic. We also demonstrate these devices and the use in SomaVeda® T.A.L.E.R. protocols in our Pro Certification courses, programs and or SCNM College Degrees.

PEMF Devices and Energy Medicine

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“One Technology, For Health, For Life”

ElectroMeds – Established 2008

These are curated tools which we use (NAIC, SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine, ThaiYogaCenter and Natural Wellness Solutions) and which  approve of for Physicians, Therapist, Clients for home and or office use. These listed devices are provided directly by our authorized affiliate manufacturer and distributers.

March 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Certification Seminary Retreat 2021

Khruu Dr. Ken Pennock teaches SomaVeda® Thai Yoga
Thai Yoga Center

Khruu Noy Southivongrath teaches SomaVeda® Thai Yoga

LIVE! March 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant Certification NAIC: Seminary Retreat 2021:

SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Certified Practitioner Program:CTP (164 hour residential intensive). This 13 day, (March 5th  – 17th./ Advanced: 18th – 20th. 2021) program covered all four levels of the Basic Professional Thai Yoga Certificate Program plus 20 additional breakout and/or supplemental courses. The CTP1 course is an intensive seminary training based on Traditional Thai Massage, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, Indigenous, Traditional, Natural and Native American Medicine.

1) March 2021 SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program Photo Gallery

2) March 2021: SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program VIDEO  SLIDE SHOW (https://youtu.be/fuBlA7q4IEI)!  The 164hr. SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate Course qualifies towards all advanced certificate (Accredited, State of Florida Compliant, AAPNA, NCBTMB) and SCNM College Degree programs in Indigenous, Traditional, Natural Medicine, Ayurveda, Ayurveda Life Style Consultant, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist, SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Teacher Certification and SomaVeda® Thai yoga Therapy Practitioner. Graduates are qualified to practice and to provide health and wellness services for Spirit, Mind and Body for a variety of health related concerns and issues in all 50 states and Canada! Yoga Teacher already? Bring a comprehensive Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy practice to your school or program in only 13 days! This amazing Ayurveda, Yoga and Yoga Therapy retreat at the beautiful 5 acre Native American Indigenous Church Sanctuary offers a healing atmosphere unique to central Florida. Learn, Restore and Grow!

Unique to our program! Daily Reishi Yoga also known as “Reusi Dot Ton“. Bring a new and exciting Yoga practice to your home life and Shala/ Studio!

Massage Therapist? Bring the exciting therapies of Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy to your practice. Save your Hands! Our unique “Hands Free! Thai Yoga” variations have not only enlivened careers but have saved many Massage Therapist from debilitating occupational disabilities such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!  NCBTMB and FSMTB CE hrs. Approved. Learn how to double your existing practice and income!

Allied or Medical Health Practitioner: Doctor, Nurse, Chiropractor, Acupuncture, Nutrition, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist? Looking to expand your practice offering with CAM procedures and practices proven effective? It is well known that Indigenous Traditional Medical Systems are the basis of CAM procedures. Learn from the source!

The 164 hr. CTP1 qualifies as the pre-requisite course requirement for all SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine Degrees.  The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate course additional qualifies graduates for all Intermediate, Advanced and Teacher Certification programs in SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Therapy .

What is Somaveda Integrated Traditional Therapies® Thai Yoga?

aapna_logo_transparent
NCBTMB Approved Provider for Continuing Education

For full description, curriculum and registration details CLICK HERE

For NAIC/ SCNM Thai Yoga Center Tuition Grants and Scholarships CLICK HERE

School of Ayurveda

LearnThaiYoga Professional at Home!   Can’t make it to a live class? Join our LearnThaiYoga “Jump Start Your Healing Practice” Home Study/ Distance Learning Platform! Over 30 different on-line, self paced courses to give you access to some of the same high quality instruction you would receive in a LIVE SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certification Program. Although, there is no substitute for LIVE training under a Thai Ajahn such as Dr. Anthony B. James, Ajahn Dr. James has personally crafted these On-line programs to give you access to authenticity.

Can’t afford to join a LIVE class? … even with a tuition scholarship? LearnThaiYoga On-line is only $16.95 per month!

Already have a practice, but it’s not working? Your not making money? Your not having a successful life experience as a Thai Yoga and or healing arts professional? In the Learn Thai Yoga On-line platform you will find details healing arts business development and marketing plans based on 38 years of professional experience in this industry. Join us at Learn Thai Yoga!

The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Facilitated Whale: Ardis Matsyendra

SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Whale

The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Facilitated Whale: Ardis Matsyendra

Ajahn Dr. James SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Whale

 

The SomaVeda® The Asymmetrical Facilitated 1/2 whale/ fish pose: (Thai “Maak Bpla”, Giant Fish) or back bend with support (Thai, Leg or Bolster-Pillow).

By Ajahn, Dr. Anthony B. James: Founder and Dean of the SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine and Thai Yoga Center.

SomaVeda Integrated Traditional Therapies® Thai Yoga & Ayurveda Medicine are indigenous, traditional, spiritual medical practices adopted and used by the Native American Indigenous Church. See “What is Thai Yoga?” We learned this traditional tribal medicine from our elders in Thailand, India, Myanmar etc. These elders and medicine men and women granted us the permissions to teach others in a good way. This lesson is one of many hundreds on the many ways to bring about wellness, wellbeing, healing and vitality using traditional medicine.

Please Note: There is no better way to learn physical medicine, Chirothesia and or Kayachikitsa than under personal supervision of a master teacher! For information on SomaVeda® classes and programs check out our 164 hr. SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner course description!

Starting Position: The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Facilitated Whale is a classic “Back Bend” and another “Yin and Yang”/ “Male and Female” emphasis balancing posture. One of the major and important differences in the SomaVeda® Thai Yoga application of this therapeutic asana is that unlike the conventional Hatha Yoga posture with the same name, there is no stress, no antagonistic reflex or controlling muscular tension in the clients anterior torso as they are lowered into the bridge by the therapist/ practitioner!

This is huge! Before this experience the client has never before performed a back bend with the flexing of the abdomen and anterior spinal muscles and without the concomitant stress and tension on the anterior connective tissue and facial planes. Not only does this profoundly change the way the act of back bending is experienced from a physical perspective, it changes the emotional context and experience of the back bend. The greatest inhibition to doing successful, controlled and pain free, stress free back bends is not physical! It is emotional. By facilitating and literally guiding the client into the backward bending posture in a slow and controlled, in a completely supported fashion… the defensive and protective reflexes both physical and or emotional are reduced and or eliminated. The client can “relax” into the extension. They can collapse into the therapeutic posture, safe in the feeling of security and also knowing they do not have to get back out! They do not have to worry about escaping the posture.

On the receiving side, this can be momentous to the point of mind blowing and we expect to see both physical and emotional breakthroughs.

Because this posture is fully supported the therapist is not straining. The healer usually employees coaching, Prana Yama and or Energy Psychology adjusts while gently guiding the client into extension and the final resting position.

The client starts in Ardis Pamasana (Half Lotus or Vajra Asana/ Posture or variant such as simply comfortable sitting ) and the therapists is in Virasana (Warrior sitting pose) at right angles behind the client.

This Yoga bridge emphasis one side of the client/ patients spine more than the other (unilateral- asymmetrical facilitation). This allows the asymmetrical emphasis to address a one sided imbalance more specifically (i.e. Yin or Yang/ Male or Female side imbalance). The final position can have the clients hands in the low position when the client is restricted or the more advanced variations, with the clients hands extended overhead for a deeper bridge.

Back bends are considered one of the most important of Yoga asana and generally have the following benefits:

Release and extension of the anterior spinal muscles.

The posterior range of motion counterbalances head forward postures both in practice and pathological such as inclinations to “Red Light” or emotionally guarding postures. Red Light postures are guarding postures which are like the “Turtle” i.e. head forward and down, chin down, shoulders up and forward, chest sunken or back and pronounced curve or mid shoulder arch. We say that individuals with the Red Light posture are guarding or protecting the heart, heart chakra and or throat and may have history or issues of emotional and or physical abuse as well as issues with communication and expression of being who they are.

In practice, if we do forward bends, we always want to include back bends as counter poses.

Increases proprioception in both client and by therapist. Because the client is actually bending over our thighs we can actually feel, in real time, the spinal segments from sacrum to head including spinal, thoracic and cervical vertebrae which are and or are not responding. These locked or unresponsive spinal segments could indicate many issues such as actual spinal damage, spinal lesions and scar tissue to areas relating to emotional guarding and issues.

This posture presents all of the primary chakra and Sen lines, especially Sen Sumana or Sushumna to view and consciousness and available for attention and pressure. The therapists legs are bring energy attention, consciousness breath and pressure to the posterior lines: Sen Itha, Pinghala and both anterior and posterior meridians such as conception vessel, governing vessal and Bladder meridian. The psoas-diaphramatic complex from knee to thorax is activated and accessible.

The rib cage is open and in and extended position. The lower part creates abdominal space encouraging circulation for the various abdominal organs and is a good opportunity to actually do an abdominal focus and the entire position facilitates the flow of prana from neck to groin. This posture coupled with Pranayama or deep breathing is nothing less than amazing.

Again and super important in understanding the dramatic effects of the Whale… Especially in persons who have previously been practicing back bends of one type or another… the bridge is fully supported with the client passive, the normal antagonistic muscular reflexes and control mechanisms common to almost all back bends are reduced or not present.

At the top of the neck, there is good potential for a safe release of the neck affecting both posterior and anterior cervical structures and there is little o no risk of hyper-extension of spinal or cervical structures.

Once in the apex or final extension/ position, hold and support until the client completely releases all holding and tension and literally collapses into the support.

Adding a Dosha specific balancing emphasis such as rocking while holding works great and should be done before and after any specific point or line work. When you add the element of “rocking ” to this posture it immediately then becomes a Complex Decongestion technique facilitating Manual Lymph Drainage with an anti-inflammatory effect. The 1/2 Whale is terrific for moving fluids and congestion out of the lungs when vibration and “thumping” technique over the chest area is used.

Especially for women, If you also want a “Breast Care” emphasis the posture is the perfect posture to support or enhance a breast care & therapy protocol.

What if the client can not do the Whale?

No worries. First try to do it on the Mat or Table slowly with incremental control. If the client still can not fully engage then try using the bolster or even a pillow for a more balanced, less specific and lower or less extreme bridge and try again! All but the most inhibited clients can do this or one of the gentler variations. If they can still not do the supported and facilitated Giant Fish Pose then … skip it! Move on to the next. Try again another day!

Which reminds we! Specific point and or Low energy point/ Wind Gate release is perfect for this posture. There are many, abdominal and or torso chest, breast area points and Thai Low which are so easy to reach while in the Whale. The Whale presents a perfect opportunity to expand the treatment focus and experience depending on the clients prognosis or needs. Many times I have used the Whale as a place to do energy psychology, work on surfacing issues and as an alternative Puja or Prayer and affirmation opportunity. Try it!

To learn more and to receive specific and detailed instruction in the SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Facilitated Giant Half Whale consider going one of our SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner or Advanced Ayurveda Certification courses at https://thaiyogacenter.com. We offer live practitioner retreats six times a year: January, March, May, July, September and or November. Additionally we offer amazing and generous tuition Grants and scholarships to help with your finances. Can’t make a live class? We have On-line courses as well which you can start today!

DAK WUKAO – The King of SomaVeda® Hip Opening, Thai Yoga Therapy Asana

DAK WUKAO – The King of SomaVeda® Hip Opening, Thai Yoga Therapy Asana

by Ajahn, Dr. Anthony B. James

of the SomaVeda College of Ayurveda and Thai Yoga Center

In traditional Hatha Yoga parlance this posture is know commonly as the “Sleeping or Half Pigeon Pose or asana.

In the SomaVeda® Thai Yoga applications or clinical usage we add the “facilitated” as it would be very difficult to perform this yoga therapy posture on yourself. Yes, it is easy and possible to do the generic Hatha Yoga version by yourself, on yourself… using your own body position and body weight to create downward pressure on the pinned leg.

The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga based clinical application rotates the affected leg through four or more positions individually in sequence to progressively release obstruction in the hips. Each of the incremental position emphasis are designed to create a wave or progressive release of not only the hip but all connected joints, below and above the pelvis it’s self… i.e. from ankle, knee, pelvis (anterior and posterior), sacrum, S.I, and low back! Not only it the art of the positioning complex on behalf of the therapist, but there are further considerations of Energy, Attention, Consciousness, Breath and Pressure which the therapist co-facilitates as they guide the patient, receiver through the process of receiving! One example being the use of Prana Yama technique specifically appropriate to the release and desired outcome.

(Facilitated Ardis Eka Pada Rajakapotasana: Sleeping or Half Pigeon Pose: Four Positions)

Each of the four primary positions is meant to be only an ideal application and not precisely an outcome in and of it’s self. Each progressive positioning creates it’s own corrective stress and opportunity for either the release of obstructed Prana, Chi, Breath and or the energy coirculating through the Thai Sen Lines (Kalarthari, Ittha, Pingkala, Sahatsaransi, Thawai, Nantakrawat and Khitchanna) as well as the primary meridians of the lateral, medial and posterior leg… ( Gall Bladder, Bladder, Liver, Spleen and Kidney).

Additionally, The progressions of the four primary positions act as “Open the Wind Gate” or “open the Lom” technique for several Ayurveda Marma or “Thai Lom” of the ankle, lower leg, upper leg, hip and lower abdomen (Gulpha, Indrabasti, Janu, Vitapa & Basti).

This beautiful sequence based progressive rotation into the four positions also acts as a traction and decompression technique for the joints involved themselves as well as for the major tissue, muscle, connective tissue and fascia! It can be especially powerful in decompressing the knee and the hip facilitating fluid transfer, reduction of inflammation and exchange of vital energy and nutrients which may have become stagnant due to injury or atrophy from lack of use.

According to one source looking at it from a physical therapy lens “It intensifies the action innthe hamstrings of the front leg because of the deeper hip flexion and more compression over the front leg. At the same time, it dminishes the action in the back hip and spine. By adducting the front leg, the piriformis is brought into lengthening action”, {Kaminoff}.

In my opinion this then greatly reduces any direct impingement or pressure on the sciatic nerve reducing sensitivity and or “sciatica” type of pain.

DAK WUKAO (Facilitated Ardis Eka Pada Rajakapotasana: Sleeping or Half Pigeon Pose:Four Positions)

“Working the first position in Dak Wukao

Dak Wukao is a passive range-of-motion type of therapeutic hip opening posture (asana) working the hip, lower back, ankle, and knee. This posture is 180 degrees rotation of the classic Yoga

Therapy posture. Instead of the client facing down they are supine. Instead of the client’s body weight providing the pressure necessary for the release, the practitioner’s body weight emulates the floor!

Position: Move up close to the hip, positioning your body with knees spread in such a way as to frame the hip. Raise the client’s knee upright and have their shin parallel to the floor.

The first three positions are set up the same way, with only the active hand (Live Hand) moving or changing position. Additional emphasis is to direct the knee towards or slightly outside of the shoulder on the same side to avoid binding the lower abdomen.

Ajahn Dr. Anthony B. James Dak Wukao

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position 1. Wrist: The practitioner takes the bent leg of the client with the lower hand and places the wrist of the top hand tight behind the knee. He then leans forward bracing the shoulder against the outer knee of the client. Pressure is applied by simply leaning farther forward, pushing the bent leg downward toward the client’s chest. Hold the bottom most position 5 seconds, then slowly release by backing up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position 2. Middle Forearm: The practitioner takes the bent leg of the client with the lower hand and places the middle forearm of the top arm behind the knee. He then leans forward bracing the shoulder against the outer knee of the client. Pressure is applied by simply leaning farther forward, pushing the bent leg downward toward the client’s chest. Hold the bottom most position 5 seconds, then slowly release by backing up.

Position 3. Upper Forearm: The practitioner takes the bent leg of the client with the lower hand and places the upper forearm of the top arm behind the knee. He then leans forward bracing the shoulder against the outer knee of the client. Pressure is applied by simply leaning farther forward, pushing the bent leg downward toward the client’s chest. Hold the bottom most position 5 seconds, then slowly release by backing up.

Dak Wukao Straight Arm

Position Four. Straight Arm Press:

The last and final position is to remove (roll out) the top arm entirely from behind the knee, and with one hand holding the foot and one on the knee, with straight arms, press the leg as far toward the body as possible, by leaning forward, then release slowly.

Indications: Provides the external rotation and flexion that your hips need to remain agile; releases tension in your hips from sitting all day. Stretches the thighs, groin and Psoas muscles, abdomen, chest and shoulders, and neck, compresses and stimulates the abdomen, abdominal organs and the energetic structures of the Chakras, Sen Lines,Lom/ Marma from the feet to the core of the body.

Contraindications: Sacroiliac injury, Ankle injury, Knee injury, Tight pelvis, hips or thighs.

In traditional application we work the affected side asymetrically and emphasis the affected side (male or female) with whatever is the appropriate Dosha balancing emphasis of Vatta, Pitta or Kapha indicated. The means either faster,

repetitively, deeper, slower or even holding each position longer with counterpart Prana Yama emphasis.

Because of the powerful and specific energetic and core focus, the client will often experience emotional release and or the triggering of Old Unresolved Negative Emotional Issues “NEMO’s”. Now is a good time to manifest the hand of healing!

Add or emphasize this SomaVeda® Thai Yoga “King of Hip Opening” your Ayurveda and Marma Chikitsa / Traditional Thai Nuad Therapy toolkit!

The illustrations included in the article are from the book by Ajahn, Dr. Anthony B.James “ Ayurveda of Thailand, Indigenous Traditional Thai Medicine and Yoga Therapy” Meta Journal Press © 2017 All rights reserved.

January 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Certification Seminary Retreat 2021

Thai Yoga Center
 

SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Khruu Noy

LIVE! January 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant Certification Seminary Retreat 2021:

SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Certified Practitioner Program:CTP (164 hour residential intensive). This 13 day, (January 8 – 20th./ Advanced: 21st – 23rd. 2021) program covered all four levels of the Basic Professional Thai Yoga Certificate Program plus 20 additional breakout and/or supplemental courses. The CTP1 course is an intensive seminary training based on Traditional Thai Massage, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, Indigenous, Traditional, Natural and Native American Medicine.

1) January 2021 SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program Photo Gallery

2) January 2021: SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program VIDEO  SLIDE SHOW (https://youtu.be/fuBlA7q4IEI)!  The 164hr. SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate Course qualifies towards all advanced certificate (Accredited, State of Florida Compliant, AAPNA, NCBTMB) and SCNM College Degree programs in Indigenous, Traditional, Natural Medicine, Ayurveda, Ayurveda Life Style Consultant, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist, SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Teacher Certification and SomaVeda® Thai yoga Therapy Practitioner. Graduates are qualified to practice and to provide health and wellness services for Spirit, Mind and Body for a variety of health related concerns and issues in all 50 states and Canada! Yoga Teacher already? Bring a comprehensive Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy practice to your school or program in only 13 days! This amazing Ayurveda, Yoga and Yoga Therapy retreat at the beautiful 5 acre Native American Indigenous Church Sanctuary offers a healing atmosphere unique to central Florida. Learn, Restore and Grow!

Unique to our program! Daily Reishi Yoga also known as “Reusi Dot Ton“. Bring a new and exciting Yoga practice to your home life and Shala/ Studio!

Massage Therapist? Bring the exciting therapies of Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy to your practice. Save your Hands! Our unique “Hands Free! Thai Yoga” variations have not only enlivened careers but have saved many Massage Therapist from debilitating occupational disabilities such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!  NCBTMB and FSMTB CE hrs. Approved. Learn how to double your existing practice and income!

Allied or Medical Health Practitioner: Doctor, Nurse, Chiropractor, Acupuncture, Nutrition, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist? Looking to expand your practice offering with CAM procedures and practices proven effective? It is well known that Indigenous Traditional Medical Systems are the basis of CAM procedures. Learn from the source!

The 164 hr. CTP1 qualifies as the pre-requisite course requirement for all SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine Degrees.  The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate course additional qualifies graduates for all Intermediate, Advanced and Teacher Certification programs in SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Therapy .

What is Somaveda Integrated Traditional Therapies® Thai Yoga?

aapna_logo_transparent
NCBTMB Approved Provider for Continuing Education

For full description, curriculum and registration details CLICK HERE

For NAIC/ SCNM Thai Yoga Center Tuition Grants and Scholarships CLICK HERE

School of Ayurveda

LearnThaiYoga Professional at Home!   Can’t make it to a live class? Join our LearnThaiYoga “Jump Start Your Healing Practice” Home Study/ Distance Learning Platform! Over 30 different on-line, self paced courses to give you access to some of the same high quality instruction you would receive in a LIVE SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certification Program. Although, there is no substitute for LIVE training under a Thai Ajahn such as Dr. Anthony B. James, Ajahn Dr. James has personally crafted these On-line programs to give you access to authenticity.

Can’t afford to join a LIVE class? … even with a tuition scholarship? LearnThaiYoga On-line is only $12.00 per month!

Already have a practice, but it’s not working? Your not making money? Your not having a successful life experience as a Thai Yoga and or healing arts professional? In the Learn Thai Yoga On-line platform you will find details healing arts business development and marketing plans based on 38 years of professional experience in this industry. Join us at Learn Thai Yoga!

November 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant and SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Teacher Certification 2020

Thai Yoga Center
 

November SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Class

LIVE! November 164hr Thai Yoga Practitioner, Ayurveda Lifestyle Consultant and SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Teacher Certification 2020:

SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Certified Practitioner Program:CTP (164 hour residential intensive). This 13 day, ( September 4th – 16th./ Advanced: 16th – 19th. 2020) program covered all four levels of the Basic Professional Thai Yoga Certificate Program plus 20 additional breakout and/or supplemental courses. The CTP1 course is an intensive seminary training based on Traditional Thai Massage, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, Indigenous, Traditional, Natural and Native American Medicine.

1) November 2020 SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program Photo Gallery

2) November 2020 SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Cert. Program VIDEO  SLIDE SHOW!   

The November 2020: 164hr. SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate Course qualifies towards all advanced certificate (Accredited, State of Florida Compliant, AAPNA, NCBTMB) and SCNM College Degree programs in Indigenous, Traditional, Natural Medicine, Ayurveda, Ayurveda Life Style Consultant, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist, SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Teacher Certification and SomaVeda® Thai yoga Therapy Practitioner. Graduates are qualified to practice and to provide health and wellness services for Spirit, Mind and Body for a variety of health related concerns and issues in all 50 states and Canada! Yoga Teacher already? Bring a comprehensive Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy practice to your school or program in only 13 days! This amazing Ayurveda, Yoga and Yoga Therapy retreat at the beautiful 5 acre Native American Indigenous Church Sanctuary offers a healing atmosphere unique to central Florida. Learn, Restore and Grow!

Unique to our program! Daily Reishi Yoga also known as “Reusi Dot Ton“. Bring a new and exciting Yoga practice to your home life and Shala/ Studio!

Massage Therapist? Bring the exciting therapies of Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy to your practice. Save your Hands! Our unique “Hands Free! Thai Yoga” variations have not only enlivened careers but have saved many Massage Therapist from debilitating occupational disabilities such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome!  NCBTMB and FSMTB CE hrs. Approved. Learn how to double your existing practice and income!

Allied or Medical Health Practitioner: Doctor, Nurse, Chiropractor, Acupuncture, Nutrition, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist? Looking to expand your practice offering with CAM procedures and practices proven effective? It is well known that Indigenous Traditional Medical Systems are the basis of CAM procedures. Learn from the source!

The 164 hr. CTP1 qualifies as the pre-requisite course requirement for all SomaVeda College of Natural Medicine Degrees.  The SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certificate course additional qualifies graduates for all Intermediate, Advanced and Teacher Certification programs in SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Therapy .

What is Somaveda Integrated Traditional Therapies® Thai Yoga?

aapna_logo_transparent
NCBTMB Approved Provider for Continuing Education

For full description, curriculum and registration details CLICK HERE

For NAIC/ SCNM Thai Yoga Center Tuition Grants and Scholarships CLICK HERE

School of Ayurveda

      LearnThaiYoga Professional at Home!   Can’t make it to a live class? Join our LearnThaiYoga “Jump Start Your Healing Practice” Home Study/ Distance Learning Platform! Over 30 different on-line, self paced courses to give you access to some of the same high quality instruction you would receive in a LIVE SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Practitioner Certification Program. Although, there is no substitute for LIVE training under a Thai Ajahn such as Dr. Anthony B. James, Ajahn Dr. James has personally crafted these On-line programs to give you access to authenticity.

Can’t afford to join a LIVE class … even with a tuition scholarship? LearnThaiYoga On-line is only $12.00 per month!

Already have a practice, but it’s not working? Your not making money? Your not having a successful life experience as a Thai Yoga and or healing arts professional? In the Learn Thai Yoga On-line platform you will find details healing arts business development and marketing plans based on 38 years of professional experience in this industry. Join us at Learn Thai Yoga!

How To Win In Court, Current Facts about Thai Yoga and Thai Massage Certification, Licensing and Legal Issues In Health Crises

How To Win In Court

Ajahn Dr. Anthony B. James Teaches Thai Traditional Medicine and Yoga Therapy

NAIC Legal Shield:

Step #One is to not be ignorant! As the courts like to say to the chagrin of many medical, allied medical and or complimentary health providers and ministers of any kind… “There is NO excuse to not know the law!”

I am going to walk you through some legal basics and depending on your starting place advanced. I stopped being surprised and amazed at how little healing arts practitioners do NOT KNOW about the law in general and in specific about what they base their and their families life and livelihood upon. I want to help is possible to sort it out and more than this at the end of this article to offer some concrete solutions to bring light into your legal darkness!

Be sure to read all the way through to the bottom and click the “How To Win In Court” image and link.

  • What’s a Thai Yoga and or Traditional Thai Massage certificate?
  • What’s a massage license?
  • How are they different?
  • When and where do you need them?
  • How do you get them?
  • What do you need to know to practice Thai Healing Arts legally in the US?

You will find all the answers right here! Be forewarned as the subject deserves a good answer this post is a long one and you may need to read it more than once.

Traditional and SomaVeda® Thai Yoga/ Traditional Thai Massage legal aspects

There are many therapists, especially in the US, who passionately argue for licensing. However this article  is not about opinions and preferences, but strictly about facts and the legal side of massage vs. Traditional Thai Yoga Massage/ Thai Yoga/ Traditional Thai Massage and spiritual/energetically based, religious therapeutics, healing arts in general.

Every practitioner of a religious therapeutic healing art needs to be clear and to know the legal basis for the art they are practicing.

We here at NAIC (Native American Indigenous Church Inc. Tribal Organization): Thai Yoga Center can not only answer the question but can provide a legal basis for you to practice anywhere!

Certification versus licensing

The first thing we need to understand is that there there is a difference between certification and licensing.

Certification Definition: the action or process of providing someone or something with an official document attesting to a status or level of achievement: a fundamental requirement for organic certification | the certification of teachers.an official document attesting to a status or level of achievement:graduates who want to gain industry-recognized certifications. – certifies all or part of the following:

  • You are qualified to practice Thai Yoga/ Traditional Thai Massage
  • You possess the necessary understandings (knowledge) and competencies (skills)
  • You have had a certain amount of training: i.e. minimum standards apply.

Certification is only about qualification, skills and training. It does not automatically give you the legal right to practice ANY healing art Thai or otherwise.

Licensing Definition:a permit from an authority to own or use something, do a particular thing, or carry on a trade (especially in alcoholic beverages): a gun license | [as modifier] : vehicle license fees.formal or official permission to do something: logging is permitted under license from the Forest Service Medical and or Allied Medical and or Massage License etc.

Many people believe incorrectly that you can only do healing work IF you are “Licensed” by the state!   First of all NOT TRUE! This is a myth often perpetuated by “Massage Therapist” and or State Massage Boards.  Massage is legally defined as “Rubbing for Money” regardless of alleged benefits. According to Massage organizations and State Massage Boards, Massage is apparently very dangerous and practitioners need to be restricted and licensed by the respective states! Please not all states have these wacky rules.

Thus a Massage License gives you the legal right to practice massage (Rubbing for Money), IF your jurisdiction has licensing laws (not all do). A license is generally issued by a legal entity like a state licensing board, for example. However, this Massage Therapy practice is defined strictly an has statutory scope of practice rules and conditions!

Let me reiterate that there are still some states which do not have licensing requirements for massage at all! Please note however, they may have local jurisdictional codes or rules by county, city etc. which may have the same effect as a massage ordinance.

Additionally, all those laws change frequently.

The Fly in the Legal Ointment!

If…

  • Certification means you are qualified to practice massage or any indigenous traditional healing art such as Thai Yoga or Traditional Thai Massage.
  • Licensing (if required) gives you the legal right to practice massage.

The issue is that Traditional Thai Yoga (SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Therapy) and / or Traditional Thai Massage is NOT Massage and or Massage Therapy as defined by law!

 

There are Special Rules for Thai Yoga Therapy and or Traditional Thai Massage

In the case of Thai Yoga there are special considerations to consider.  It depends on how massage and or bodywork is defined. Thai Yoga is quite different from massage and or massage therapy. It is an entirely different animal.  Thai Traditional Yoga Therapy (“Ryksaa Thang Nuad Phaen Boran Thai- Reussi Dotton“) is Classical Ayurveda from Thailand. It is the manipulative discipline of Thai Traditional Medicine, Thai Ayurveda (including Thai Traditional Physical Therapy TTPT/ Tok Sen/ Tit Tar and Thai Traditional Naturopathy), (“Marmacikitsa/ Kayachikitsa“). For a deep discussion on What Is Thai Yoga, please read my earlier post on the subject. What is Thai Yoga Part 1, What is Thai Yoga Part 2.

Consider State of Florida

Florida State Medical Board Exemptions

2)(f) Is a rabbi, priest, minister, or member of the clergy of any religious denomination or sect when engaging in activities which are within the scope of the performance of his or her regular or specialized ministerial duties and for which no separate charge is made, or when such activities are performed, with or without charge, for or under the auspices or sponsorship, individually or in conjunction with others, of an established and legally cognizable church, denomination, or sect, and when the person rendering service remains accountable to the established authority thereof.
State Medical Practice: Title XXXII chapter 458 “Medical Practice “Section 458.303 Provisions not applicable to other practitioner; exceptions, etc.  (e) Any person furnishing   medical assistance in case of an emergency.  (f) The domestic administration of recognized family remedies.  (g) The practice of the religious tenets of any church in this state.

and

Consider the massage definition of the state of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Massage Law (If you want to read the entire law, click on the link)

Nothing in this section shall prevent or restrict the practice of a person who uses touch, words or directed movement to deepen awareness of patterns of movement in the body, or the affectation of the human energy system or acupoints or Qi meridians of the human body while engaged within the scope of practice of a profession with established standards and ethics, but such services shall not be designated or implied to be massage or massage therapy.

Such practices shall include, but not be limited to, the Feldenkrais Method; Reflexology; The Trager Approach; Ayurvedic Therapies, Rolf Structural Integration, Polarity or Polarity Therapy; Polarity Therapy Bodywork; Asian Bodywork Therapy that does not constitute massage as defined in this chapter; Acupressure; Jin Shin Do; Qi Gong; Tui Na; Shiatsu; Body-Mind Centering and Reiki. These exempt practitioners may use the terms ”bodywork”, ”bodyworker” and ”bodywork therapist” in their promotional literature.

In the first example if your a religious practitioner meeting the qualification required you not only do not have to have a license your expressing exempted from them!

In the Massachusetts example, under the secular rule you can imply an exception but it is not stated… furthermore as it is a secular law it can be changed at anytime!

Not only is this confusing it still does not answer the question about whether or not you need a license to practice Thai.

Maybe we are asking the wrong question. The question is NOT whether you need a license or not but under what legal basis can you practice regardless of having a license or not.

Because we are a Native Tribal and Indigenous Tribal Organization (Tribal Church- Faith Based Religious Organization) and Aboriginal community we have been researching this issue and question for years. Many bright legal minds and legal experts have weighed in on our legal rights to practice. The question of “Thai” comes from our community adopting Classical and traditional Ayurveda medicine of Thailand and Thai Yoga Therapy (Traditional Thai Massage) as an authentic traditional , spiritually based healing methods or systems suitable for our tribal organization and members to practice.

 

We pass this wisdom on to you now!

First thing, is if you define or call what you do Massage or Massage Therapy (rubbing on people for money) then GET A LICENSE!

Once you have that license follow the ethics and scope of practice, don’t cheat and don’t violate the restrictive scope of practice and you’ll be fine.

However, if you want to practice Thai Yoga/ Thai Massage legally in the US you don’t need a license but you do need a legal AUTHORIZATION! Remember the Florida Code and the exemptions I listed above? A religious exemption to practice is “on the books” in every state. There are conditions which determine if you personally meet the criteria for exemption however, we can show you the in’s and outs of this process.

NO Loopholes! Don’t put your self and your family at risk by working under loopholes and “under the table” etc. Come out into the light and develop your healing practice and career in the light.

Time to make the shift to NAIC Legal Shield!
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If you practice any form of alternative, complimentary and or spiritually based healing work and either do not have a license and or are practicing outside your mandated scope of practice you are at risk!  In order to continue your ability to practice Spiritually and or Energetically based Indigenous, Traditional, Natural and or Native Healing and Wellness Services, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, Thai Yoga and or Thai Massage or related, you will need to become an active Member of NAIC according to your authorized scope of practice. Many states are actively passing laws to restrict all forms of energy, indigenous, traditional and or natural medicine and healing. Take the new Maryland Law HB 1156 as an example:
Establish a legal Basis for healing work
This type of abusive and unconstitutional law is being suggested and or implemented across the country!
NAIC Inc. is not legally responsible for any former students, practitioners and or teachers, non member activities for services rendered. You must have an active NAIC membership to qualify for legal protection under our authority.
Your previous training and certificates via THAI,  ITTA, Thai Yoga Center, Yoga Alliance, IAYT, YA, ABMP, AMTA, Clayton, NAMA, AAPNA etc. DO NOT provide you with the legal protections for all the healing work your able to do. However, they may qualify you for NAIC Tribal Org. membership.

The Elephant in the Room!

Of course the elephant in the room is your SCOPE of Practice! Even if you have a medical or allied medical license fro any particular state… Ask your self, Does this license give me the legal right to do what I actually do? What I mean by this is do you actually try to practice true medicine?Because if you do you may be in violation of many aspects of your license and subject to citation, violation and or criminal proceeding every day! Enforcement for violations of scope of practice is random and just because you have not been violated yet does not mean your safe or immune from citation, fines and or criminal procedures!
Lets consider the current legal climate and narrative of hysteria currently surrounding all healthcare practices, especially any form of traditional and or indigenous based complimentary or “alternative” medical or healing practices!
Here are some common areas well meaning but uninformed practitioners regularly run a foul of state medical and or massage boards:
  • Do you give health advice in your consultations or services?  Food, Eating, Nutrition, Supplements, Juicing, weight loss relating to any condition or health issue of any kind?
  • Do you assess, or make any specific recommendations for alleviating, reducing, improving, remediating, controlling, managing any diagnosed illness of any kind ever?
  • Do you recommend any treatments, sessions, programs or do any treatments, sessions, programs hands on for any specific and or diagnosed health or medical condition of any kind at any time?
  • Do you use any adjuncts, tools, mechanical aids, vibrations, light, sound, water, mechanical vibrators, electro-acupuncture devises of any kind ever?
  • Do you do ANY kind of psychological, emotional or mental health or wellness counseling on any kind? Including Tapping, EFT, AO Scan, ANy type of Frequency Body Scan or treatment, BET, TFT, Energy Psychology etc.?
  • Do you use or integrate ANY Native American Ritual, Sacrament, Ceremony, Any Herbs, Any Essential Oils and or any traditional indigenous medicine, Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Homeopathy, Nature Cure, Yoga Therapy, fitness recommendations into your healing, therapy or wellness services?
  • Are you subject to draconian and unreasonable State Health Department “Mandates, Suggested Guidelines” regarding your rights to practice or work at all? Mandates and Suggested Guidelines are not LAW. No Governor not Health Department can make or unilaterally pass ANY law. In fact it is a violation of their Oath of Office to do so! But what are your rights to practice or to engage in healing work or ministry?
Would you like to do or use any of the above now or in the future?
Here’s a few more questions:
Ask yourself:
  • Was your healing and natural medicine training apprentice style?
  • Did you learn your Thai Yoga or Thai Massage practice in Thailand and now want to practice legally in the US?
  • Was your training in Native American and or Indigenous Medicine?
  • Do you have a current license but are having issues with your full scope of practice?
  • Do you practice Ayurveda, Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Thai Yoga and or Thai Massage, Indigenous Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupressure, Shiatsu?
  • Do you practice Reiki, Pranic healing, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Spiritual Massage, Crystal healing?
  • Do you counsel and or give advise on nutrition, food, diet, eating lifestyle, supplementation, nutrients or other regimen to enhance wellness or address illness?
  • Do you practice detoxification programs such as Pancha Karma?
  • Do you practice emotional healing, energy psychology, traditional naturopathy, holistic psychology or psychotherapy?
  • Want to get out of the Massage Therapy licensing/ Taxed therapy Gerbil wheel?
  • Do you use or recommend Herbs, sacrament and or unconventional herbal therapies for healing?
  • Need legal protection and freedom from expense liability insurance issues?
  • Do you practice Homeopathy, Radionics, Rife or other any energy based healing?
  • Do you carry or use Native American Sacrament, Birds of Prey feathers in your healing work for your self or for others?
  • Do you believe healing, therapy and wellness is a Human Right, as well as a constitutional right?
  • Are you concerned about laws and governmental authorities limiting you and your families access to health care?
  • Are you concerned about mandatory Vaccination issues for yourself or your children?
  • Have you been hiding your healing work? Keeping it on the “Down Low”, avoiding marketing or advertising because of fear?
  • Are you subject to draconian and unreasonable State Health Department “Mandates, Suggested Guidelines” regarding your rights to practice or work at all? Mandates and Suggested Guidelines are not LAW. No Governor not Health Department can make or unilaterally pass ANY law. In fact it is a violation of their Oath of Office to do so! But what are your rights to practice or to engage in healing work or ministry?

If any of the above is true…

Well, you should know the answer by now! We can help you!
 
Time to step into the light! 
No loop holes. Loop Holes can be changed, can be closed. Let us show you how to bring your healing work and natural medicine safely into the light as an NAIC Medicine Card holder or Branch Elder.
However, In order to qualify for the legal protections offered under NAIC Authority and Membership and or Authorized Blessed medicine Cards Program, additional training and or NAIC Certification may be required. You MUST meet NAIC guidelines and qualifications as well as our rules, procedures and guidelines for practice.
To apply for NAIC Membership and or for more information Click Here!

STEP #ONE! Training pre-requisite programs/ seminaries which qualify for NAIC Membership: Thai Yoga Center

 

Five Different Blessed Authorized Memberships Levels to Serve You.
 
1) Blessed Authorized Participant Membership (APM)
2) Blessed Authorized Full Membership (AFM)
3) Authorized Commissioned Holistic Therapist Licentiate (CHT)
4) NAIC Independent Branch 
 
To be clear. If you are practicing Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, SomaVeda®, Thai Yoga, Thai Massage, Pancha Karma, Nutritional and or Food Counseling, Detox Programs, Bio-Energetic, EFT, Bio-Tapping, Massage, Reiki, Herbology, Homeopathy, Flower Remedies, Aroma Therapy, Traditional Naturopathy, Kinesiology, Native American Medicine, Lomi Lomi, Acupressure, Ministerial Counseling and or Psychological services, Colon Hydro-therapy, Iridology, Flower Remedies, Acupressure and or similar without a license which specifically includes your actual scope of practice and services rendered to the public, your practice may be illegal and you are “at risk” and possibly subject to legal penalties including fines, censure and prosecutions from various local, state and federal authorities.
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Question? What if I have a Massage, Massage Therapy or other License? Doesn’t that protect me?

 

ONACS Provides Legal Basis for Healing Ministry
NO!

State and National Massage Therapy Scope of Legal Practice do NOT include many CAM practices and therapies such as Ayurveda, Pancha Karma, Detox Programs, Assessments, Psychological and Emotional Therapies, Thai Yoga, Thai Massage, Yoga Therapy, Spiritually based Massage, Food, Eating and Supplement strategies, personal and spiritually based Psychological Counseling etc. In fact they may specifically prohibit you from doing them! (Read your Scope of Practice State Massage Law!) More than this, if your practicing out side your Legal Scope of Practice as defined in your particular state your Liability Insurance is not covering these practices in the event of an accident or claimed injury! Most Massage Liability Insurance programs such as AMTA, ABMP etc. specifically state that in your practice outside your SOP the policy is “null and void” in the event of a claim!

Recently, we have received reports that unlicensed, out of scope of practice healers are being prosecuted, fined, censured and literally shut down because they did not have the forsight to plan ahead and establish a legal basis for their healing work. Both the Federal Gov’t and all Licensing States have hired additional investigators specifically to track down, investigate and prosecute/ persecute so called “Unlicensed” practitioners. They have every legal right and mandate to do so.

Lets say it Again… No Loop Holes! The only reasonable answer to avoid both legal and liability issues to to establish and claim your right to practice today with an NAIC Membership.
We want to ensure all of our graduates, former and current students rights to practice without fear or interference. If you have not applied for the appropriate NAIC Authorized Membership, do so today! Unlike other “associations” it’s a one time fee for most memberships.
Don’t put your practice, your clients, your life at risk of legal jeopardy! Come out of the “Loop Hole” shadows. Stop basing your future on “Maybe no one will file a complaint”.
Take immediate and positive action to create a legal basis for your healing work today!
If your not sure if your specific practice is covered or if you have any questions regarding NAIC Membership and or our Authorized Blessed Medicine Card Program, contact us today by email or phone.
NAIC is the only way! Everyday and in around our Nation, Native American Indigenous Church and our parent organization and its members are successfully standing up for their constitutional rights under the protective umbrella of NAIC.  This protection is showing itself in the exchange of healing and healthcare services, protecting access to indigenous traditional and natural medicine, protecting the right to use prayer, affirmation, energy and laying on of hands, transporting, receiving, utilizing Sacred Sacraments, and NAIC independent branches receiving relief from property taxes and etc.
The only way you can benefit is to be a member. The only way you can share the umbrella of NAIC legal protections for your rights is to be a member. The only way you can practice and express your legitimate healing and natural medicine based medicine is to be a member. The only way to guarantee your family, friends and clients access to your practice is to become a member. Join our NAIC community today!
What about schools, clinics and or intentional healing communities?
Are you a teacher, school director, owner, Medicine Elder, wellness center, dispensary owner and wish to protect your community, clients, members and or and students under our protective legal umbrella by affirming your sincere and firmly held belief in Native American healing principles? Contact us to day for information on how to form your own independent NAIC Branch.

STEP #TWO!  Legal Resource!

Do you find your self intimidated by the Law or Legal issues? Do you sometimes feel you need a lawyer but can not afford one? Do you sometimes feel disadvantaged because you don’t have adequate legal resources or the right information? I have a solution for you. Become your own best legal advocate. The law was created for you and you should know how it works and understand how it relates to you, your life and your business.

This course is nothing less than amazing. Graduates qualify for a J.D. Degree!

I welcome your questions. I can assist you in sorting out the legalities of your health practice but only if you are willing to invest a little effort to help your self.
Contact me regarding participating in a SomaVeda® Thai Yoga Certification Program,
Sign up for the “How To Win In Court” legal training.
We here at the Thai Yoga Center have been teaching and issuing professional certification in Traditional Thai Yoga, Ayurveda and Traditional Thai Massage full time since 1984. Absolutely, we know how to practice Traditional Thai Yoga, Traditional Thai Massage legally!
No “under the table”. No “loop holes”.
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