There are three international titles in QINOpractic Medicine:
Diplomate, Internationally Certified- and Master of QINOpractic Medicine practitioner.
In order to receive the diploma you must fulfilled the following criteria / courses:
1, You must have a minimum training level 3 certification (UK) or equal in your country
(and have a licence to practice)*.
2, You must have completed module 1 and 2 (combined course time 75 hours)
3, You must have passed the 3 written exams and 2 practical exams
4, You must have completed at least 60 case studies
5, you must be in agreement with QINOpractic principles and ethics.
6, Be a member of a professional association in your home country and have adequate
insurance for treating patients/client.
After this you will receive your Diploma.
After this course, you will always have your diploma, but if you want to be on this website as an Internationally Recognized QM Therapist, you also need to get a license from the International QINOpractic Association (IQA). This is completely volontary.
All QINOpractic Medicine practitioner have to attend at least 1 advanced course every three years in order to keep their status. If not, they move down to Students in our records.
2, Certified QINOpractic Medicine practitioner:
The next level is a Certified Medicine practitioner:
In order to receive a certification the therapist need to:
1, You need to work as a licensed practitioner with QINOpractic Medicine for 2 years.
2, You need to complete QINOpractic, module 3 (QINOpractic Rehabilitation and Applied
Strain and Counter Strain (ASCS))
3, You need to attend at least 2 advanced courses (offered annually)
4, You need to complete another 60 documented case studies
5, Be a member of a separate professional association in your home country and have adequate
insurance for treating patients/client.
When this is completed, the therapist can apply for a certification as a (Internationally) Certified QINOpractic Medicine practitioner.
This certification is on the physical block of QINOpractic Medicine (Module 1-3).
The international certification is issued by the International QINOpractic Association.
All certified QINOpractic Medicine practitioner have to attend at least 1 advanced course every three years in order to keep the certification.
You don't have to keep reading to Master if you don't wish to do so.
UK, Ireland and Scotland:
Level 3 Certificate in any Therapy where Anatomy and Physiology is a part of the curriculum.
(Note, if you only have a level 3, it is highly recommended that you have at least 2 years working experience, Level 5 is the recommended level)
The rest of Europe or the world: Minimum a level of education in the Complementary Medicine field that entitles you to a certification to practice in your Country, and have adequate insurance.
Just completed Module 2 with Mike Dahlstrom, really enjoyed every minute of the course. What I have been taught in the two modules has brought me on as a therapist. I truly recommend the course as it is an eye opening opportunity to offer and deliver something unique to our clients and having positive results of how the body heals it's self from within.
Mike has a great personality and delivers an enjoyable course. Looking forward to Module 3 in September
Paul Roose, Wales
3, Master of QINOpractic Medicine:
You must have passed your initial training to Certified QINOpractic Medicine practitioner, we then move on to the mental aspects of QINOpractic Medicine.
In order to complete your education to a master, you also have to be able to treat mental or psychological "problems".
This section is the mental aspects of QINOpractic Medicine
1, You then have to take the following courses:*
QINOpractic 4 - Neurological Calibration plus some Kinesiology techniques
QINOpractic 5 - Emotional Release Technique (ERT). A treatment technology that addresses deep traumas and phobias through the meridian system.
QINOpractic 6 - Anti-Stress Therapy
QINOpractic 7 - PSYCH-K, Brain Gym (Educational Kinesiology)
QINOpractic 8 - Applied Energetic Synchronization Therapy (EST). A treatment technology that addresses deep traumas that prevents healing from taking place.
(Open only to Internationally certfied QM practitioners)
2, Co-instruct on at least one QINOpractic, Module 1
3, Working actively with QINOpractic Medicine as licensed and as their main job for at least 3 years (after your Diploma)
4, At least 120 QINOpractic case studies (in addition to the 60 that were required as per your certification (level 2))
5, Be a member of a separate professional association in your home country and have adequate insurance for treating patients/client.
After all this you can apply for the title "Master of QINOpractic Medicine"
* Module 4 - 7 are separate course, you don't have to be a QINOpractic practitioner to attend these courses, but you have to work and have a diploma in manual medicine (masseuse, or similar).
QINOpractic 8. You have to be a QINOpractic practitioner in order to attend.
You can attend/take these courses in any order you want.
Besides that you now have a very solid foundation towards your patients/clients, you also have the right to conduct courses in QINOpractic Medicine, Module 1 under the European College of QINOpractic Medicine's banner.
All Master of QINOpractic Medicine practitioners have to attend at least 1 advanced course every three years in order to keep the Master Title.
The certification process to Master is free, but you have to be a licensed therapist.
The Master Title is issued by the International QINOpractic Association.
European College of QINOpractic Medicine
Levels of QINOpractic Medicine