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    New Doctors joining NIIM Clinic

    NIIM is happy to announce the commencement of new Practitioners at the NIIM Clinic, in the past months NIIM has welcomed:

    • Dr Amir Nekoee - Integrative GP, special interests include Musculoskeletal Medicine, Mens Health and PRP and Prolotherapy
    • Dr Nermin Faltas - Integrative GP, special interests Women's and Men's Health, Preventative and Nutritional Medicine
    • Tatjana Kursova – Myotherapist, CranioSacral Therapy and Visceral Therapy

    NIIM is also happy to announce that In the next months two highly experienced Integrative Doctors will be joining NIIM.

    NIIM Research - Dr Karin Ried speaks to 2UE and Health Quest Podcast

    Easter has come and gone and for those that missed it NIIM's own Dr Karin Ried appeared on Ross Walker's 2UE's program Healthy Living on Sunday 20 April 2014 discussing NIIM's research into the health benefits of cocoa and chocolate. Visit 2UE Health Living to listen to the podcast, Dr Ried's interview (20 April 2014) begins at 18:20 min.

    The National Institute of Integrative Medicine has recently moved

    Attention all NIIM patrons, friends and patients!

    The National Institute of Integrative Medicine recently moved to larger premises located at 21 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn. Our new NIIM home offers improved convenience with excellent onsite car-parking and close proximity to both Hawthorn Railway station and Tram 75 stops.
    Please see the map below for our new location.

    An open letter to our supporters and clients

    Friday 7 February 2014

    The National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM) strongly supports rigorous, independent and scientific evidence-based research in all areas of complementary and alternative medicines (CAM). Doctors, healthcare professionals and consumers alike want to be empowered to make informed choices about healthcare, including CAM.

    ROLE MODELS - 22 August 2013

    This exciting event was a huge success - a few written comments from guests include:

    ‘Everything about the night was terrific’
    ‘The event was a total winner...everything was great’
    ‘Brilliant, awesome evening and well done to all concerned’
    ‘It was one of the best functions and formats I have been to’
    ‘The Role Models concept is so powerful...loved everything about it’
    ‘I left the function feeling so inspired and motivated...what a great event, can’t wait for the next one’
    ‘The night was great, the venue, role models, host, interviewer, entertainment…I could go on and on’

    Gastrointestinal Health - Professor Avni Sali's latest monthly article for The Melbourne Review

    After a brief hiatus Professor Sali has returned to The Melbourne Review. In his latest article Gastrointestinal Health article Professor Sali discusses the gastrointestinal system in particular: the importance of healthy gut bacteria, some of the most common gastrointestinal disorders as well as the integrative approach to maintaining your gastrointestinal health.

    Except:

    Gastrointestinal Health

    Jully 2013

    AVNI SALI

    NIIM Announces - Role Models 2013


    Vitamin C Kills Mycobacterium tuberculosis


    New research shows that 'Mycobacterium tuberculosis is extraordinarily sensitive to killing by a vitamin C-induced Fenton reaction'. In an article for Medscape.com titled Vitamin C Kills Mycobacterium tuberculosis Ricki Lewis, PhD outlines how Vitamin-C achieves this and how the application of Vitamin-C in treatment regimes could shorten the needed length of chemotherapy treatment.

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