We welcome applications for membership from practitioners, students, and members of the public as well as organizations who have an interest in homeopathy and integrative medicine.
Founded in 1982, The Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association (AHIMA) is the state medical association for licensed homeopathic and integrative medicine physicians in Arizona, throughout the U.S. and worldwide.
AHIMA’s licensed homeopathic and integrative physicians understand that people are looking for choices in their medical care. For acute care medicine, drugs and surgery generally often work very well.
For other more chronic conditions, or simply for health maintenance, drugs and surgery are not always the best choices. Nor are they the only choices, although they are often presented as the only options.
Fortunately, homeopathy and integrative medicine are growing in popularity among doctors and patients in Arizona and worldwide. Homeopathic and integrative medicine are becoming more accessible as well.
We welcome applications for membership from practitioners, students, and members of the public as well as organizations who have an interest in homoeopathy and integrative medicine.
We welcome applications for membership from practitioners, students, and members of the public as well as organisations who have an interest in homeopathy and integrative medicine.
The 2018 survey reported that 5 million adults and 1 million children used homeopathic medicine in the previous year.
There are about 3000 medicines and 10 variable potencies of each medicine so a minimum of 30,000 various permutation and combinations can be utilized.
of the overall population of healthcare providers prescribe homeopathic medicines in France.
Dr. Murphy’s early experiences with allopathic oncology lead him to search for more effective and safer methods for treating and for healing cancer patients. His attention is concentrated on integrative medicine and integrative oncology.
Jonathan Murphy, MD, MD(H) graduated from West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine in 1985 after having attended the US Naval Academy and having graduated from WVU with a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry.
In 1989, he completed his residencies in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at Charleston Area Medical Center, an affiliate of WVU. In 1996, Dr. Murphy passed the Internal Medicine board examination and a year later he passed the Pediatric board examination.
Dr Murphy has extensive and varied experience in Emergency Room, Critical Care, Pediatric and Gynecological medicine. After intense independent study and completing the required course work, Dr Murphy passed the board examination for American Holistic Medicine in 2000.
Dr Murphy has reviewed much of the research of German cancer centers and is very knowledgeable regarding their approach to cancer.
In 2011, Dr. Murphy relocated to Arizona in order to pursue an integrative oncology practice.
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