Where can I find a practitioner?|
Finding a well-trained Biomedical practitioner requires research. You can reference the lists below for one in your area and should consider checking references and interviewing several before you select one.
WorldwideWhere Can I Find Support?
Defeat Autism Now! trains Biomedical practitioners (and carers) around the world who specialise in childhood neurobiological disorders (Autism, ADHD, allergies), but who would understand biomedicine as it relates to all disease. If they cannot treat you, they might be able to refer you to someone who can. A list of trained practitioners can be found at the Autism Research Institute.
The World Anti-Aging Academy of Medicine can help you find biomedical practitioners throughout the world.
The American Academy of Anti-Aging has a directory of doctors, spas, clinics and products that support biomedical treatments for all disease.
The American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) trains practitioners in complementary, alternative and integrative medicine. which incorporates Biomedicine.
Australia & New Zealand
The Australian College of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) trains practitioners in Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (incorporating Biomedicine) in Australia and New Zealand.
The Australasian Integrative Medical Association (AIMA) has a membership of Biomedical Practitioners in Australia & New Zealand.
Mindd Foundation trains practitioners in Integrative Healthcare and Biomedicine in Australia and New Zealand.
Books & DVDs
Detoxification & Healing
Children with Starving Brains
Changing The Course of Autism
Healing the New Childhood Epidemics
What's Biomedical Treatment (Generation Rescue)