Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine

The Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM), was founded in 1981. It's striving effort is to facilitate personal experience with the practice of anthroposophic medicine, to connect experienced anthroposophic physicians with newer physicians and other health care practitioners, and to foster a dynamic and inspiring interchange between colleagues, patients and communities. For specific information about events, training opportunities, finding a physician, more about PAAM, or donating to our organization, please follow the links in the menu bar above.

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Learning the Language of Healing Plants: A study seminar series
October 6, 2015 to March 2, 2017
Registration now open

Working Constitutionally with Children, taught by Adam Blanning MD
A two-year series of twenty webinars, running September 2016 to late Spring 2018.
Pre-requisites required.
Registration is now closed.

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2016 IPMT!
Save the Date for the 2017 IPMT: April 22-27, in Fair Oaks, California

See the brochure here
Online registration now open!

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Join Us

MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs, and current students of these disciplines can support the effort to sustain and expand anthroposophic medicine in North America by becoming a member of PAAM. 

Not an MD, DO, NP or PA? You can still become a PAAM Supporter and receive five yearly issues of the PAAM Medical Newsletter at an affordable rate. See the Join Us page for details.

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Learn more about the nature, aims and possibilities of anthroposophic medicine.


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Learn more about mistletoe therapy's role in an integrative approach to cancer. Click here for more information and additional links.

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To contribute to the development and sustainability of anthroposophic medicine in North America and around the world, please donate to PAAM. 


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