Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine

Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine

Why the Fellowship is Right for You

The Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine program is highly personalized, designed specifically for you. It allows you to continue caring for your patients while simultaneously learning the most current and relevant information regarding the prevention and treatment of disease. The course material is derived from the root causes of chronic diseases that affect patients every day, offering a comprehensive and holistic approach for treating the patients—not solely the symptoms.

Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine

FMNM Fellows represent a new professional identity in health care, adept and able to discuss systems biology and the role of technology. Fellows help patients heal from complex, chronic illnesses by utilizing a full spectrum of healing methods and the most advanced therapies and protocols.

The Fellowship is a place in which you can rediscover your passion for patient care. Most importantly, you have the opportunity and ability to incorporate and integrate your knowledge into your medical practice.

What You Will Learn

The Fellowship is an interactive educational experience with modular training that includes hands-on clinical training and web broadcasts, while teaching you the knowledge and skills you need to effectively practice anti-aging, regenerative, and functional medicine.

This Fellowship is comprised of the latest findings and research in the areas of endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, cancer therapies, nutrition, and a variety of other fields.

The Fellowship program is available to physicians, PhDs, physician assistants, nurse clinicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, chiropractors, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, and DDS.

Required Core Courses

  • The Metabolic and Functional Approach to Endocrinology
  • The Metabolic and Functional Approach to Cardiology
  • The Metabolic and Functional Approach to Neurology
  • The Metabolic and Functional Approach to Gastroenterology
  • The Metabolic and Functional Approach to Nutrition and Exercise
  • The Metabolic and Functional Approach to Toxicology and Detoxification
  • The Metabolic and Functional Approach to Inflammation and Autoimmune Disease
  • Clinical Practice Protocols

168 Total CME Credit Hours

Requirements

Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine
  • Completion of 8 core course
  • Written Competency Exam
  • Oral Competency Exam*(applicable to MDs, DOs, DPMs, and MBBS)
  • Medical Degree, Active Medical License, CV demonstrating 5 years practice*, and signed affidavit
  • 40 Webcasts
  • 3 Case Study submissions (Allied Healthcare Professionals)
  • 6 Case Study submissions (MDs, DOs, DPMs, and MBBS)
  • 100 hours of CME credit

Interested in earning an MS Degree?

Looking to earn an advanced Master’s Degree or Graduate Certificate in Integrative Medicine at an accredited university and medical school? Learn more about the program’s curriculum and requirements here.

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