Supporting Organisations

ACNEM relies on the support of many individuals and organisations.

We would especially like to thank the following organisations for their generous ongoing collaboration, support, assistance and goodwill:

  The Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA) is an independent not for profit organisation of individual medical practitioners seeking to provide whole person medical care by integrating evidence-based complementary medicine into mainstream practice.  AIMA is supported by its membership and governed by a Board of voluntary doctors and academic leaders in the field of integrative medicine.
 
  Founded in 1920, the National Herbalists Association of Australia is the oldest natural therapies association in Australia, and the only national professional body of medical herbalists. Their mission is to serve and support their membership and promote and protect the profession and practice of herbal medicine. NHAA has always set the standard and been active at both the political level and at the coal face of clinical practice and herbal education.
 
  MINDD Foundation promotes an integrative approach to healthcare for the whole family with a focus on biomedicine, nutrition, neuro-development and allied therapies, helping practitioners and patients find effective treatments for Metabolic, Immunologic, Neurologic, Digestive, Disorders that often affect the mind.
 
 

Bio-Balance Health's primary aim is to make available in Australia information on the use of a comprehensive biochemical assessment and advanced complementary nutritional treatment of a range of disorders such as benavioural disorders, ADD, ADHD, learning disorders and Autism as well as mental disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression.

Bio-Balance continues to promote and support on a not for profit basis the training of medical practitioners in Australia.

 

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