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Advanced Medical Yoga Course

Eligibility

Completed Yoga Teacher Course Of 200 hours
Field Practice as Yoga Teacher -3 years( Optional)

Course Syllabus

 

Yoga Teacher Courses In Pune, India

Theory

  • Brief information of medical aspects of selective diseases, with investigations and follow up study
  • Corelation of Ashtang Yoga & Modern Medicine
  • Learning of selective Patanjali Sutras
  • Weekly Assessment by MCQS on covered syllabus + Seminar presentation with Practical (At completion)
Yoga Teacher Courses In Pune, India

Practical

  • Classical Yogic Postures
  • Modified Classical Therapy Postures
  • Yogic postures with props
  • Rope & belt therapy for musculoskeletal disorders

Parts

I

Yoga & Modern Medicine- 3 weeks,
Fees- 12,000 INR
20TH JUNE 2022

Syllabus

  • 1. Human Anatomy.
  • 2. Human Physiology.
  • 3. What is Fitness? Exercise Physiology.
  • 4. What is Health? Yogic Physiology.
  • 5. Yoga Postures – Muscles & Joint Movements.

Description

Theory

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disorder of Joint. This degeneration in Joint occurs due to wear & tear mechanism. Hence it is most common in weight bearing joints. Weight bearing joints of body are intervertebral joints, sacroiliac joints, hip joints, knee joints & ankle joints.Out of all these, degeneration in intervertebral joints is called Spondylosis.
Out of remaining joints,degeneration of Knee Joint is most common due to its incongruence, (mis matching surfaces) & excessive movement. The tissue involved is articulated cartilage which has poor regeneration capacity. Hence its degeneration should be ideally prevented.However once starts & if it gives rise to pain, stiffness & restriction of movements,it can be dealt with predictably by innovative Yogic Postures & Rope & Belt Therapy.
The principles being restoration of plantar arches,restoration of Talus at its keystone position, correction of rotational imbalance at Knee Joint, correction of Varus deformity, mobilising pelvis & correction of Lumbar curvature (increased lordosis needs correction). Correction Of mechanical axis (weight bearing axis) is the final aim. This is achieved by working on muscles acting on Knee Joint.
Yogacharya BKS Iyengar Guruji has pioneered the use of Ropes & Belts in the practise of Yogic Postures for awareness & perfection. Dr S V Karandikar, an ardent disciple of Guruji further developed it from Therapeutic point of view. With his best clinical acumen & anatomical & physiological expertise (being modern medicine family physician) he formulated Rope & Belt Therapy for Osteoarthritis of Knee joints. It is an effective tool in conservative armamentarium. It is extensively used for last 30 years & is found to be effective in Grade I, II & early III cases.

Practical

Rope and Belt Therapy has three aspects.
1) Modified Yogic Postures divided into Phase I & Phase II. Phase I are stretching postures for hamstring & calf muscles to minimise the flexion deformity at Knee Joint. Phase II are strengthening postures to strengthen the extensors of Knee & hip joints to correct mechanical axis of body.These are to be practised by patients twice a day.
2) Ambulatory belts which aim at correction of plantar arches, Talus at keystone position, Varus deformity & correction of rotational balance at Knee Joint.These are to be used by patients in day to day life for few hours.
3) Rope and Belt Therapy which is given to patients at well equipped Yogatherapy Center.

II

Medical Yoga For Female Health - 2 weeks
Fees- 12,000 INR
11TH JULY

Syllabus

  • 1. Anatomy of Genital Tract.
  • 2. Physiology of Menstrual Cycle.
  • 3. Hormones of Female Life.
  • 4. Physiology of Pregnancy.
  • 5. Physiology of Menopause.
  • 6. Indications for MYT.

Description

Theory

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disorder of Joint. This degeneration in Joint occurs due to wear & tear mechanism. Hence it is most common in weight bearing joints. Weight bearing joints of body are intervertebral joints, sacroiliac joints, hip joints, knee joints & ankle joints.Out of all these, degeneration in intervertebral joints is called Spondylosis.
Out of remaining joints,degeneration of Knee Joint is most common due to its incongruence, (mis matching surfaces) & excessive movement. The tissue involved is articulated cartilage which has poor regeneration capacity. Hence its degeneration should be ideally prevented.However once starts & if it gives rise to pain, stiffness & restriction of movements,it can be dealt with predictably by innovative Yogic Postures & Rope & Belt Therapy.
The principles being restoration of plantar arches,restoration of Talus at its keystone position, correction of rotational imbalance at Knee Joint, correction of Varus deformity, mobilising pelvis & correction of Lumbar curvature (increased lordosis needs correction). Correction Of mechanical axis (weight bearing axis) is the final aim. This is achieved by working on muscles acting on Knee Joint.
Yogacharya BKS Iyengar Guruji has pioneered the use of Ropes & Belts in the practise of Yogic Postures for awareness & perfection. Dr S V Karandikar, an ardent disciple of Guruji further developed it from Therapeutic point of view. With his best clinical acumen & anatomical & physiological expertise (being modern medicine family physician) he formulated Rope & Belt Therapy for Osteoarthritis of Knee joints. It is an effective tool in conservative armamentarium. It is extensively used for last 30 years & is found to be effective in Grade I, II & early III cases.

Practical

Rope and Belt Therapy has three aspects.
1) Modified Yogic Postures divided into Phase I & Phase II. Phase I are stretching postures for hamstring & calf muscles to minimise the flexion deformity at Knee Joint. Phase II are strengthening postures to strengthen the extensors of Knee & hip joints to correct mechanical axis of body.These are to be practised by patients twice a day.
2) Ambulatory belts which aim at correction of plantar arches, Talus at keystone position, Varus deformity & correction of rotational balance at Knee Joint.These are to be used by patients in day to day life for few hours.
3) Rope and Belt Therapy which is given to patients at well equipped Yogatherapy Center.

III

Medical Yoga For LifeStyle Disorders - 3 Weeks
Fees- 12,000 INR
25TH JULY

Syllabus

  • 1. Stress Management.
  • 2. Bronchial Asthma.
  • 3. Hypertension.
  • 4. Diabetes Mellitus - Type II.
  • 5. Coronary Artery Disease.
  • 6. Acid Peptic Disease.

Description

Theory

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disorder of Joint. This degeneration in Joint occurs due to wear & tear mechanism. Hence it is most common in weight bearing joints. Weight bearing joints of body are intervertebral joints, sacroiliac joints, hip joints, knee joints & ankle joints.Out of all these, degeneration in intervertebral joints is called Spondylosis.
Out of remaining joints,degeneration of Knee Joint is most common due to its incongruence, (mis matching surfaces) & excessive movement. The tissue involved is articulated cartilage which has poor regeneration capacity. Hence its degeneration should be ideally prevented.However once starts & if it gives rise to pain, stiffness & restriction of movements,it can be dealt with predictably by innovative Yogic Postures & Rope & Belt Therapy.
The principles being restoration of plantar arches,restoration of Talus at its keystone position, correction of rotational imbalance at Knee Joint, correction of Varus deformity, mobilising pelvis & correction of Lumbar curvature (increased lordosis needs correction). Correction Of mechanical axis (weight bearing axis) is the final aim. This is achieved by working on muscles acting on Knee Joint.
Yogacharya BKS Iyengar Guruji has pioneered the use of Ropes & Belts in the practise of Yogic Postures for awareness & perfection. Dr S V Karandikar, an ardent disciple of Guruji further developed it from Therapeutic point of view. With his best clinical acumen & anatomical & physiological expertise (being modern medicine family physician) he formulated Rope & Belt Therapy for Osteoarthritis of Knee joints. It is an effective tool in conservative armamentarium. It is extensively used for last 30 years & is found to be effective in Grade I, II & early III cases.

Practical

Rope and Belt Therapy has three aspects.
1) Modified Yogic Postures divided into Phase I & Phase II. Phase I are stretching postures for hamstring & calf muscles to minimise the flexion deformity at Knee Joint. Phase II are strengthening postures to strengthen the extensors of Knee & hip joints to correct mechanical axis of body.These are to be practised by patients twice a day.
2) Ambulatory belts which aim at correction of plantar arches, Talus at keystone position, Varus deformity & correction of rotational balance at Knee Joint.These are to be used by patients in day to day life for few hours.
3) Rope and Belt Therapy which is given to patients at well equipped Yogatherapy Center.

IV

Rope & Belt Therapy- 8 Weeks
Fees- 40,000 INR
22ND AUGUST


Syllabus

Topic 1 - Osteoarthritis of Knee Joint

  • 1. Anatomy
  • 2. Kinesiology
  • 3. Physiology
  • 4. Pathophysiology
  • 5. Symptoms / Signs / Investigations
  • 6. Medical Management
  • 7. @ Home Yogic Postures
  • 8. Rope & Belt Therapy

Topic 2 - Lumbar Spondylosis

  • 1. Anatomy
  • 2. Kinesiology
  • 3. Pathophysiology
  • 4. Symptoms, Signs, Investigations
  • 5. Medical Management
  • 6. @ Home Yogic Postures
  • 7. Rope & Belt Therapy

Topic 3 – Cervical Spondylosis

  • 1. Anatomy
  • 2. Kinesiology
  • 3. Pathophysiology
  • 4. Symptoms / Signs / Investigations
  • 5. Medical Management
  • 6. @ Home Yogic Postures
  • 7. Rope & Belt Therapy

Description

Theory

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disorder of Joint. This degeneration in Joint occurs due to wear & tear mechanism. Hence it is most common in weight bearing joints. Weight bearing joints of body are intervertebral joints, sacroiliac joints, hip joints, knee joints & ankle joints.Out of all these, degeneration in intervertebral joints is called Spondylosis.
Out of remaining joints,degeneration of Knee Joint is most common due to its incongruence, (mis matching surfaces) & excessive movement. The tissue involved is articulated cartilage which has poor regeneration capacity. Hence its degeneration should be ideally prevented.However once starts & if it gives rise to pain, stiffness & restriction of movements,it can be dealt with predictably by innovative Yogic Postures & Rope & Belt Therapy.
The principles being restoration of plantar arches,restoration of Talus at its keystone position, correction of rotational imbalance at Knee Joint, correction of Varus deformity, mobilising pelvis & correction of Lumbar curvature (increased lordosis needs correction). Correction Of mechanical axis (weight bearing axis) is the final aim. This is achieved by working on muscles acting on Knee Joint.
Yogacharya BKS Iyengar Guruji has pioneered the use of Ropes & Belts in the practise of Yogic Postures for awareness & perfection. Dr S V Karandikar, an ardent disciple of Guruji further developed it from Therapeutic point of view. With his best clinical acumen & anatomical & physiological expertise (being modern medicine family physician) he formulated Rope & Belt Therapy for Osteoarthritis of Knee joints. It is an effective tool in conservative armamentarium. It is extensively used for last 30 years & is found to be effective in Grade I, II & early III cases.

Practical

Rope and Belt Therapy has three aspects.
1) Modified Yogic Postures divided into Phase I & Phase II. Phase I are stretching postures for hamstring & calf muscles to minimise the flexion deformity at Knee Joint. Phase II are strengthening postures to strengthen the extensors of Knee & hip joints to correct mechanical axis of body.These are to be practised by patients twice a day.
2) Ambulatory belts which aim at correction of plantar arches, Talus at keystone position, Varus deformity & correction of rotational balance at Knee Joint.These are to be used by patients in day to day life for few hours.
3) Rope and Belt Therapy which is given to patients at well equipped Yogatherapy Center.


Internship - 40 hours

One can register for any number of parts or all parts

Yearly Time Table

 

 

Gnosis Medical YogaTime Gnosis Medical YogaHours/Day Gnosis Medical YogaDays/Week Gnosis Medical YogaNo. Of Weeks Gnosis Medical YogaNo. Of Months INTERNSHIPInternship Gnosis Medical YogaTotal Hours Gnosis Medical Yoga        Fees        
9 a.m. To 11 a.m. 2 5 16 4 72 Hrs. 200 70,000 INR
(For All Parts Together.. In Installments)

Testimonial

Medical Yoga Course in Pune – (Advance Course)
India is a motherland of Yoga Course. If you have successfully completed Yoga Teacher Course, at any reputed Yoga Institute, you can take admission for Medical Yoga Course. This Course is an unique activity of our institute, as it is based on Modern Medicine & Yogic Science

The Theory is taught by Dr. Vineeta Ketkar (Founder - Unnati Yoga & Course center) Practicle sessions are taught by Ketki who is a dedicated Yoga Therapist with an ability to empathize.

Our Institute offers Medical Yoga Course in India in a distinguished way. It trains you to take a detail history of the patient, know the diagnosis & plan Medical Yogatherapy for him / her. Once you complete Medical Yoga Course, you master the therapeutic aspects of Medical Yoga, for selective medical disorders. After studying Medical Yoga Course in Pune, one can help the society by Yogic sessions for Life Style diseases & disorders.

Medical Yoga Course has four parts

We try our level best to offer distinguished Medical Yoga Course to Yoga Teachers and Practioners.