Integrative Practice Settings

Male and female treating patient

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One of the exciting things about integrating is that it can take many forms. You just have to decide the best situation for you.

An integrative practice is flexible - whichever setup you start with doesn’t have to be forever. As you learn more about what works and doesn’t work for you, your integrative practice can evolve.

Which setting sounds most appealing to you for an integrative approach?

1. Your Own Practice

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