Cross-discplinary perspectives from many leading experts in integrative healthcare.


December 2011 Posts:


A Holiday Toast  

Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO 



Pain: Real or Perceived?  

Nancy Gahles, DC, CCH RSHom(NA) 



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More interviews from the 2011 IHS Conference: 

Jeffery S. Bland, PhD, FACN, CNS interview at the 2011 Integrative Healthcare Symposium  Susan Luck RN, BS, MS, HNC, CCN interview from the 2011 Integrative Healthcare Symposium 
Mark Hyman, MD interview from the 2011 Integrative Healthcare Symposium  Bhaswati Bhattacharya, MPH, MD, HHC interview from the 2011 Integrative Healthcare Symposium 


Featured Archive Conference Session: 

2010 Integrative Healthcare Symposium
Treating the cause not the effect: The connection among diseases
Speaker(s): Mark Hyman, MD
Description: Twentieth century medicine became extraordinarily good at treating each disease as an isolated pathology. Twenty first century medicine is emerging to recognize that this model of independent diseases that are each treated by separate sub-specialties does not adequately describe the nature of most chronic diseases. The new model to describe chronic diseases is built upon the principles of system biology that views the body as a web of interacting organ systems.

 >>  Purchase 2011 IHS conference sessions (audio) in our online store… 
Sm cart icon   Integrating Mind-Body Medicine into Your Clinical Practice and Your Life 
Sm cart icon   Keynote: Harmony of Mind: How Zen Can be Applied to Health Care Practice 
Sm cart icon   Integrating Ayurveda into your Life and Practice 
Sm cart icon   Endocrinology Panel: Women’s Health, Women’s Hormones 
Sm cart icon   The 2010 Year in Review for the Policy and Business of Integrative Practice 

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