medical-681119_1920The integrative healthcare industry is in a unique position. While traditionally, medical treatments deemed “alternative” by the medical community were left to the niche practices that offered them, more and more mainstream providers are incorporating integrative treatments in their menu of services. At the same time, larger integrative facilities are seeing their doors close, while tax courts, insurance companies, and national organizations develop their own stance on how integrative medicine can fit in to the puzzle of modern healthcare.

We asked experts at the Integrative Healthcare Symposium Annual Conference in New York City to weigh in on where they think integrative medicine is heading, and what that means for alternative and complementary providers.