The Functional Forum is the world’s largest integrative medicine conference. On the first Monday of each month, this new concept in practitioner education, “edutainment,” brings together the latest health news, functional medicine research, practice development and health technology in an upbeat, entertaining way. Dr. Lane is thrilled to host for the Functional Forum in Central Indiana, allowing like-minded practitioners to connect, learn tricks from one another, and simply be encouraged.
The forum curates the industry’s leading innovators in a mixed-media format that combines interviews, TED-style talks, videos, audience interaction, and music, all archived for free forever on their YouTube Channel. The forum scales their influence through empowering community in every corner of the globe, encouraging and facilitating meet ups around this monthly content.
This comes at an exciting time for functional and integrative medicine, not only clinically, but also in the innovative business models being developed around the country. With health politics raising more questions than answers and with technology changing the healthcare landscape for good, there has never been a more ripe time for health innovation.
Who should attend?
- Medical Stakeholders
- Health Professionals
- Digital Health Entrepreneurs
- Any practitioner who is curious about addressing the root cause of chronic disease
- Any health professional who practices functional, preventive, integrative, or holistic medicine
Introducing Functional Medicine 2.0
September’s Functional Forum will be Monday the 12th at 7pm at our Carmel location on 1117 South Rangeline Road. We do ask that you register. Click on find a local meet up and choose the Carmel location. This will allow the forum to communicate with you about any updates or changes to the forum meeting.
This episode will address the following:
- Why Functional Medicine 2.0 is upon us, and what separates it from v1.0?
- How can we bring this new medical paradigm to the masses?
- Why autoimmune disease will be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.