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Integrative Practitioner is the leading online resource for integrative healthcare practitioners and professionals, providing its users with access to the most up-to-date information in integrative health news, events, and resources. We aim to support the wide spectrum of integrative healthcare practitioners with educational and informative content that is relevant to their patients and beneficial to their practice.
Learn about the contrast between the blockbuster model of product development versus the long-tail model. While the blockbuster model is currently appearing in popular art in the form of music and books, the focus of this lecture will be on pharmaceuticals and crops where the result is an increasingly small number of very expensive drugs along with the loss of cheap generics, and the increasing use of genetically modified crops that are designed to be used in combination with pesticides.Read More >>
Free On Demand Webinar Presented by: Ankur R. Parikh, DO; Marie Winters, ND; and JoAnna Zammiello, RD Recorded: September 16, 2014 A clinical team from Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) will review three case studies showcasing a patient’s navigation through the Patient Empowered Care® (PEC) model at CTCA. The PEC team will give concrete examples of how to engage in a holistic approach to quality of life for patients going through cancer care. Ankur R. Parikh, DO; Marie Winters, ND; and JoAnna Zammiello, RD from Cancer Treatment Centers of America® in Philadelphia will present a series of case studies to provide practitioners a better understanding of: • Common oncology case scenarios • The epidemiology of common cancers • General treatment protocols and potential complications • The roles of naturopathic medicine and nutrition in oncology
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Make plans to attend the upcoming Integrative Healthcare Symposium focus on: the microbiome taking place October 9-10 in Hollywood, Florida. Learn from leading speakers and take a deeper look into the topic of microbiome and how it impacts you and your patients. Visit the EVENT SITE today to learn more.
With an aging population, fronted by the “baby boomers,” we are likely to see an even greater demand for anti-inflammatory and painkilling interventions in the near future.
The problem is that most over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription drugs are highly dangerous when used long term, which is the very nature of the conditions many people face. Whether they are dealing with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis (OA), past injuries, or work-related wear and tear, reducing pain and protecting the joints are an ongoing issue.
And this is urgent business. Deaths from painkillers have tripled in the past decade.1 The reliance on synthetic COX-2 inhibitors has led to a dangerous cycle of dependence on medicines that only offer temporary relief at a high price to health. That is why it is critical for practitioners and all of those involved in the natural health field to promote a viable, effective, and safe alternative.
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