Pre-Conference Workshops

Advances in Biofield Medicine Workshop

Bringing together some of the leading pioneers in biofield medicine, this pre-conference workshop will explore cutting edge advancements as well as how the future of health and medicine will be impacted by the rich tapestry of knowledge and perspectives biofield science offers.

Scholarships Available! Thanks to the generous support of the Rob & Melani Walton Foundation, AIHM is able to provide a limited number of partial and full scholarships to attend the Advances in Biofield Medicine Workshop.

Apply online today for consideration. 

Rosalyn L. Bruyere, DD

Larry Dossey, MD

Shamini Jain, PhD

James Oschman, PhD

Non-Pharmacological Pain Management

Join Dr. Bonakdar, Dr. Kurisu and Dr. Mignosa for a full day of practical knowledge in non-pharmacological pain management. Learn dietary and mind-body approaches to pain management, examine the role of physiological motion in developmental kinesiology, and discuss the different clinical applications of manual medicine.

Cardiovascular Disease: Clinical Pearls, Diagnosis and Treatment Options

Join Dr. Guarneri, Dr. Houston and an esteemed faculty for a full day of practical knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Learn treatment pearls, and how to treat cardio metabolic challenges with a unique combination of nutrition, nutraceuticals, mind body therapies. Learn to identify risk and apply advanced approaches to dyslipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, inflammation and oxidative stress.

Natural Approaches to Mental Health: Nourish, Move, Awaken

Over the past decades the rates of anxiety, depression and ADHD have increased steadily, especially among children and adolescents. What are the preventable causes of these conditions? What has eroded the natural ability to bounce back from adversity? And what can be done to regain resilience and sustain it throughout a lifetime?

As integrative and holistic physicians, Doctors Emmons, Culbert and Shannon will take a broad and refreshing look at these questions. Blending natural, integrative approaches and mind/body skills with Western medicine, we will describe the resilience model, natural therapies, a judicious role for medication and a systematic approach to using skills, not pills, as the foundation of good mental health. We will discuss the core factors in resilience, their scientific basis, and how they can help one achieve greater vitality, equanimity, openness and connection.

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