Integration of Veterans Into Civilian Life Using Integrative Modalities

  • Tim Mellin University of Utah

Abstract

1) Understand veterans: As people, as patient’s. They are different!2) Improve understanding of the VA: What is available, what and where are the options?3) Improve understanding of how Integrative Health practitioners can improve outcomes for their veteran patients.4) Improve understanding of the numerous options for care available to veterans.   

Author Biography

Tim Mellin, University of Utah
DC, DAAIM, CW2 RetiredTim is a Staff Physician, Chiropractor, and Integrative Medicine Specialist in the Holistic Medicine Department at the George E. Wahlen Department of Veteran Affair Hospital.EMT-AI (paramedic)-Northern Virginia Community College 
Bachelor's Degree-University of Minnesota-Premed, Business Communications
Bachelor's Degree-Logan Health Science University-Human Biology
Doctor of Chiropractic-Logan Health Science University-Biomechanics
Board Certification Acupuncture-University of Western states, Health Science University-Traditional Chinese Medicine Board Certification Integrative Health-American Association of Integrative Medicine Board Certification Integrative Medicine-American Association of Integrative Medicine Diplomate Integrative Medicine-American Association of Integrative Medicine Certification-Personal Injury Training Institute-Motor Vehicle Collision Occupant Injuries 20 years of emergency rescue experience
Published
2016-02-27
How to Cite
MELLIN, Tim. Integration of Veterans Into Civilian Life Using Integrative Modalities. Proceedings of the Utah Integrative Health & Resiliency Conference, [S.l.], feb. 2016. Available at: <http://epubs.utah.edu/index.php/hiarc/article/view/1623>. Date accessed: 26 sep. 2017.
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Keynote presentations