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Integrative Providers Association is a nonprofit 501(c) organization dedicated to advancing the societal benefits of Integrative Medicine in the established healthcare, legislative and socioeconomic systems that currently serve the greater population of public health globally focusing on Discovering- Educating- Uniting- Empowering providers together while providing Integrative Wholeness and Inclusion for the betterment of tomorrow.
About The IPA: The IPA is a national nonprofit 501(c)(6) association dedicated to advancing the societal benefits of Integrative Medicine in the established healthcare, legislative and socioeconomic systems that currently serve the greater population of public health globally. IPA members are empowered through discovery, education, unification and immersion, bridging gaps between the current state of dis-ease and symptom based healthcare by providing integrative solutions.
Members of the IPA include; ALL LICENSED HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS such as but not limited to: physicians, nurses, pharmacists, optometrists, dentists, social workers, chiropractors, physical therapists, nutritionists, herbalists, botanists, holistic specialties, scientists, researchers, psychologists, psychiatrists, laboratory sciences, medical specialties and public health professionals, alike. If you answer to a licensing board then you are eligible and welcome to unite with the IPA!
Objective: IPA seeks to discover, educate, unify and empower providers, professionals and practitioners in mental health, (nutri)genomics, functional, natural and traditional medicine to further optimize wellness and empower patients to live a healthier lifestyle – as naturally and independently as possible. By including fitness and nutrition with all-natural, complementary, alternative and conventional medicine, conventional healthcare takes on a whole new meaning when wellness optimization becomes the desired outcome. The IPA seeks to empower providers, patients and caregivers, alike, so they may develop a better understanding of wellness, including the most essential dietary and behavioral pathways necessary to achieve a more optimal balance of mental and physical wellness, to better serve their patients and their communities.