Anthroposophic Medicine brings deeper insights to the care of the whole human being. It is practiced by conventionally-trained physicians and nurses who have undergone additional specialized training, learning to apply a broad array of effective natural medicines. This whole-person approach also incorporates art, music, movement and massage therapies as elements of collaborative, multidisciplinary health care.
What makes this form of integrative practice unique? Anthroposophic insights offer (click each link to learn more):
The Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM) was founded in 1982 and its striving effort is to facilitate personal experience and knowledge 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.
The Best Practices Mistletoe Course, June 21-23, 2019
Learn more about mistletoe therapy's role in an integrative approach to cancer. Click here for more information and additional links.
Thank you to all who attended!
MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs, and currently-enrolled students of these disciplines can support the effort to sustain and expand anthroposophic medicine in North America by becoming a member of PAAM.
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