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Strengthening shared missions through collaboration

The American College of Lifestyle Medicine is pleased to acknowledge our Strategic partners:

The Institute of Lifestyle Medicine (ILM) is at the forefront of a broad-based collaborative effort to transform the practice of medicine through lifestyle medicine. This critical transformation is motivated by research indicating that modifiable behaviors — especially physical inactivity and unhealthy eating — are major drivers of death, disease, and healthcare costs. While the medical profession is generally aware of this, there has yet to be a systematic and comprehensive effort to incorporate lifestyle medicine into standard practice. We accomplish this by providing professional education focusing on knowledge, skills, tools, and clinician self care and by creating resources for patients. Click here to learn more.


The American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) is the national professional society for physicians who specialize in preventive medicine. ACPM’s 2,000 plus members are engaged in preventive medicine practice, teaching, and research. The ACPM seeks to improve population health status through evidence-based disease prevention and health promotion research, policies, practices, and programs. For more information on the ACPM, visit www.acpm.org

The Medical Fitness Association (MFA) is a member-driven, non-profit organization. Our mission is to foster opportunities for the development and Association provides industry standards, educational programs, benchmarks, outcome measurements, professional development and networking opportunities for the medical fitness industry. Learn more at www.medicalfitness.org.  operational success of medically integrated fitness centers. Medical Fitness

The mission of the American Kinesiotherapy Association (AKTA) is to promote Kinesiotherapy and improve recognition of the profession through the pursuit of legislation and public relations. The AKTA will serve the interests of its members and will work to enhance the standard of care provided by Kinesiotherapists through educational opportunities.

Kinesiotherapy is defined as the application of scientifically based exercise principles adapted to enhance the strength, endurance, and mobility of individuals with functional limitations or those requiring extended physical conditioning.  A Registered Kinesiotherapist’s (RKT) interaction with the patient/client typically is holistic and occurs following the acute stage of an illness and/or disease acting as a bridge between acute illness and physical wellness. Kinesiotherapists have training to complete assessments and develop treatment plans for a variety of populations but we specialize in those with functional limitations.   We specialize in both individual and group therapy and exercise prescription for someone with spinal cord injury, MS, Parkinson's, orthopedic limitations, or really just anyone that needs that extra help before they exercise on their own. 

For more information, visit www.akta.org.

The Lifestyle Medicine Foundation is on a mission to do whatever is necessary to change the healthcare paradigm to one that focuses on effectively ‘treating the cause’ as rational therapy #1.  

Through special projects, education, and promotion the Foundation seeks to empower healthcare providers, patients, and systems to make the needed changes.

As a not-for-profit 501c3 organization, the mission of the Foundation is to educate the public about lifestyle medicine, what it is, the evidence to support it, how its effectiveness compares with and works with other conventional therapies such as medications and procedures.

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AMERICAN COLLEGE OF LIFESTYLE MEDICINE

The American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) is the world's flagship professional medical association for physicians, clinicians and allied health professionals, as well as those in professions devoted to advancing the mission of lifestyle medicine.

       

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