A comprehensive model for integrative medicine at all levels of care
Anthroposophic Medicine brings deeper insights to the care of the whole human being. It is practiced by conventionally-trained physicians, NP’s and PA’s, 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. Founded in central Europe nearly a century ago, Anthroposophic Medicine is now integrated into acute-care hospitals, specialty treatment centers, and university teaching and research programs. Here in the United States, Anthroposophic Medicine has been successfully integrated into centers for chronic illness care and elder care, as well as a large variety of medical practices. Trainings in Anthroposophic Medicine are offered for health professionals in thirty-two countries on five continents. With deep roots and broad applications, Anthroposophic Medicine works to bring health and wholeness into modern life.
Learn more about the Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM) at www.AnthroposophicMedicine.org
What makes this form of integrative practice unique?
Anthroposophic insights offer:
Membership in PAAM is open to MD’s, DO’s, NP’s and PA’s practicing in the United States and Canada. Naturopathic doctors are welcomed into PAAM's training courses, and are encouraged to join SPAN, which ).
To find out more contact us on the PAAM website.