Atty. Mark A. Huberman
Secretary - Treasurer
Dear Friends, Members:
The International Association of Hygienic Physicians (IAHP) is an Association of Primary care physicians specializing in Fastin Supervision as an integral part of Hygienic Care.
Founded in 1978 by ten Charter Members and has grown steadily since that date.
The IAHP is governed by a Board of Governors who approve membership, adopt and update standards and pass upon applicants for Certification.
The Association is incorporated as a not for profit corporation and its membership is limited to Physicians in the fields of Medicine, Osteopathy, Chiropractic and Naturopathy, who have graduated from bona fide (accredited) professional institutions and who are practicing legally in their state or country. They also must be committed in their lifestyle and practice to the basic principles of Natural Hygiene substantiated in the biological sciences and subscribe to the Principles of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the Association.
In the years since its founding, the Board of Governors have developed Standards of Practice and Principles of Ethics for Hygienic Care. They also have adopted and periodically revised Standards of Practice of Fasting Supervision and Certification Standards for members seeking to achieve this status.
To view the Association's Principles of Ethics, Standards of Practice, Standards of Practice of Fasting Supervision or Certification Standards, click on the links provided on the Home Page.
An education at any bona fide and accredited Medical, Osteopathic, Chiropractic or Naturopathic School is acceptable.
Graduate Students at any of the above described institutions are eligible for membership at an annual rate of $10.00 during their years of attendance.
Persons who have only earned correspondence course degrees are not eligible for membership. Thus, graduates of the Life Science Institute, also referred to as the Fit for Life course, are ineligible as are graduates of the Clayton School of Natural Healing and its affiliate, The American Holistic College of Nutrition.
In order to become a Certified member of the Association, a member in good standing must successfully complete a period of six months Internship/Residence, or its equivalent, at a fasting institution approved by the Association for training purposes. To view the Association's Certification Standards, click on the link provided on the Home Page. Currently, Certification programs are only available under the direction of Alan Goldhamer, D.C. at the TrueNorth Health Center in Santa Rosa, California. Members interested in serving and Internship should contact Drs. Goldhamer at:
The Association publishes a Professional Referral List of member physicians who have been members of the Association for at least three years and are approved for Full Member Status by the Board of Governors or who are Certified for Fasting Supervision. To view the latest IAHP Professional Referral List, click on the link to the List located on the IAHP Home Page.
If after viewing this information, you do not find yourself qualified for membership in the IAHP, but wish more information about Fasting or Natural Hygiene, you may wish to write to the National Health Association, P.O. Box 477, Youngstown, OH 44501 or visit its website at www.healthscience.org.
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