Stress, pain, or addiction underlie nearly all primary care visits.1-5 IFM’s 2019 Annual International Conference is a significant step forward in dealing with these critical factors.
The health effects of chronic pain, all types of addiction, and ongoing stress have created an enormous public health crisis, yet medical school provides very little direct instruction on these topics.6-7
This year, IFM’s 2019 Annual International Conference provides the tools to definitively impact patient care. Functional Medicine leverages comprehensive assessments and personalized multifactorial treatment strategies to untangle these often interconnected issues, making it uniquely positioned to transform how we address stress, pain, and addiction in clinical practice.
Join IFM in San Antonio, TX, to engage with cutting-edge research and clinical insights regarding stress, pain, and addiction and help improve outcomes for the majority of your patients.
We inspire practitioners to rediscover their passion for medicine and patients to take active ownership of their wellness.
We empower both patients and practitioners to reframe their universe of possibilities, opening up new creative possibilities for clinicians and helping patients see health as a self-determined, not a pre-determined, attribute.
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