See the Functional Medicine Approach
Thomas Sult, MD, describes his Functional Medicine approach to IBS. Focusing on nutrition and dietary triggers changed his approach to these patients.
Use new research on the microbiome to help patients with GI issues. Learn More >>
Robert Rountree, MD
, describes his Functional Medicine approach for patients worried about or suffering from cognitive decline.
Address the underlying causes of neurodegeneration. Learn More >>
Shilpa Saxena, MD
, discusses the importance of a nuanced approach to cardiovascular risk factors.
Broaden your approach to cardiovascular risk. Learn More >>
Learn More About Today's Healthcare Solution
|Functional Medicine: A Systems Approach to Reversing the Epidemic of Chronic Disease |
A free online course contextualizing Functional Medicine and how it complements previous clinical training. In just two hours, you can obtain 2.0 CME and learn how Functional Medicine can update your practice. Learn More >>
|Why Functional Medicine?|
Certified Functional Medicine providers define and explain Functional Medicine and how it has affected their clinical practice.
|Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice|
IFM’s five-day foundational course, Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) teaches healthcare practitioners to more effectively integrate science, research, and clinical insights to treat and prevent disease and maintain health. Learn More >>
IFM's Functional Medicine certification
provides the systems-based, scientific background and ready-to use tools for practice implementation. Upgrade your knowledge on treating chronic illness, working with patients with comorbidities, and improving patient outcomes with the free online course above, or consider attending our foundational course: Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice
. You'll walk away with a range of practical tools
for treating patients with chronic illness.
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