Integrative Medicine is oriented toward health, wellness, and prevention in addition to treatment. It is informed by evidence, takes lifestyle into account and places particular inportance on the relationship between the clinician and the patient.

David Riley founded the Integrative Medicine Institute (IMI) in 1992 to evaluate the growing healthcare crisis in the United States and inform healthcare decision-making through practice-based research emphasizing an integrative approach.

Dr. Riley is currently involved in projects focusing on case reports, professional education, sustainable models of healthcare delivery in integrative medicine, and publishing in Europe, the Middle East and the United States. He is a board member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine.

Lynn Getz has been involved in Integrative Medicine since the 1990s. Her activities have included the Globe Foundation, Integrative Pediatric Council, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, and the Bravewell Collaborative.

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