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American Holistic Medical Association

The American Holistic Medical Association was an outgrowth of another holistic non-profit called the Biogenic Institutes of America. This group was founded to provide education in self-regulation and holistic techniques, and held its first meeting in January, 1975 in Point Clear, AL. The early meetings focused on pain clinics, techniques utilized and results, and pain management using transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. The American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA) was started with the goal of helping to transform conventional healthcare into a more holistic model, creating a safe harbor for the early physician pioneers and students of integrative and holistic medicine. More than three decades later we serve as the leading advocate for the use of safe, scientifically-sound holistic and integrative medicine and a collective home for all licensed holistic healthcare providers. Holistic Medicine is the art and science of healing that addresses care of the whole person, recognizing the interconnectedness of all aspects - body, mind, emotions, and spirit - and the centrality of compassionate care in the healing relationship. AHMA's membership includes categories for physicians, students, residents, holistic healthcare providers, and all others who are interested in supporting our mission. The AHMA was founded to unite licensed medical doctors who practice holistic medicine, and provide a “safe space” for sharing, networking and collaboration. It is one of the oldest holistic medical organization of its kind, and many of today's national leaders in holistic medicine like Dr. “Patch” Adams, Dr. Bernie Siegel, and Dr. Christiane Northrup, is or were, members of the AHMA. In 2008, the AHMA opened membership to other licensed holistic practitioners including naturopaths, acupuncturists and massage therapists, and promotes the integration of conventional with complementary and alternative medicine. Today, the AHMA numbers over 800 members in 48 states, and has local chapters in Minneapolis, MN, and Cleveland, OH, the current national headquarters. Holistic physicians embrace a variety of safe, effective options in the diagnosis and treatment, including an education for lifestyle changes and self-careb. Complementary alternatives and Conventional drugs and surgery.

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