Integrative Medicine School in Pennsylvania - PA
By Eric Toupin, allied health world contributing writer
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Integrative medicine schools in Pennsylvania offer everything necessary to launch an exciting and successful career in helping to manage a community's health and wellness. Pennsylvania boasts one-third more two and four-year degree granting universities than the national average, as well nearly twice the amount of students and professors of most states. With such a thriving education community, any student with ambition and persistence is certain to be able to build the foundation of training, experience and certification needed to succeed as a health practitioner.
While some integrated medicine professionals begin offering health services with only a collection of certifications in the alternative medicine branches of their choice, the vast majority builds their practices on widely accepted, nationally certified health support careers. Four or two-year programs that intend to help students acquire certification from national organizations such as the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) and the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) are excellent starting places.
Integrative medicine is a developing field on the forefront of health services, and as such offers some unique opportunities. In Pennsylvania, for example, naturopathic doctors do not yet require specific licensing to practice.
Integrative Medicine Schools in Pennsylvania
- Cherry Hill
- Patient Care Technician - DIP
- Medical General
- New Kensington
- Advanced Bodyworker occupational AST Degree