INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE

What is Integrative Medicine

  • Integrative medicine is an approach to healthcare that addresses a patient as a whole, taking into account the full range of physical, emotional, mental, psychosocial, socio-economic, spiritual, occupational, intellectual and environmental influences that shape a person’s health.
  • It is also a collaborative approach that combines effective treatments of both conventional mainstream (allopathic medicine) and complementary medicine in an evolving clinical setting. Whilst a traditional, medical model works well for acute illnesses, trauma and complicated surgeries, integrating mainstream with complementary medicine manages chronic diseases holistically with a goal to prevent diseases through the creation of health and curbing of global health problems.
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5th International Integrative
Medicine Conference
13-14 July 2024

Health span - the Science & Art of Wellbeing

16 CPD points

The Ballroom Majestic Hotel,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia