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Q: Why join IABC? 

A: The Pastoral Medical Association is a Private Member Share Network of experienced practitioners of natural medicine and wellness approaches. By joining this network, you gain access to the knowledge and experience of thousands of wellness care providers and their clients, thereby gaining the most valuable resource- community. As well, you claim dominion over your right to practice and receive the benefits of the Almighty’s natural health and wellness care, preserving your right to choose among Western Health Care and natural approaches, as you see fit.    

Q: Is there a cost to joining IABC?

A: For first-level membership there is no cost. If you are interested in other levels of membership as a practitioner, risk-assessments and varying costs can apply. For more information, please visit: http://pmai.us/regtut

Q. What is the purpose of the IABC?

A: Put very simply; the IABC's mission is to restore and protect the Almighty's safe natural health care concepts as the ecclesiastical pursuit it is, to assure bible based natural health services are offered professionally and ethically. Placing protection of our members and the general public foremost, IABC membership protects providers that wish to offer these services and assures access for those seeking the Almighty's natural health care.

Q: Why is the New Human a member distributor for IABC?

A: In the interest of preserving our freedom to choose among alternative and traditional health and wellness services, New Human is promoting IABC in hopes that our practitioners and clients can share their experience and knowledge, among one another, with confidence. By claiming membership, one’s respect for “God-given” wellness approaches is acknowledged, as well as the intent to share in these approaches with other members. As a member, New Human seeks to share the protection of these freedoms with its community.

Q. Why become IABC Licensed?

A. Public regulatory boards are charged with protecting the general public through establishing standards for the practice of conventional based health care services and accordingly, issuing license and regulating providers.  Regulation of the Almighty's health care concepts is outside the jurisdiction of these secular regulatory boards, but no different than conventional health care in the respect that it is prudent that standards be established for the licensure and regulation of practitioners.  This is a primary mission of the IABC and the reason for the IABC license program.  We are the undisputed world leader in regulating ecclesiastical based natural health care concepts, protecting our members and the general public at large.

Q. Is IABC license "recognized"?

A. Public regulatory boards are charged with protecting the general public through establishing standards for the practice of conventional based health care services and accordingly, issuing license and regulating providers.  Regulation of the Almighty's health care concepts is outside the jurisdiction of these secular regulatory boards, but no different than conventional health care in the respect that it is prudent that standards be established for the licensure and regulation of practitioners.  This is a primary mission of the IABC and the reason for the IABC license program.  We are the undisputed world leader in regulating ecclesiastical based natural health care concepts, protecting our members and the general public at large.

Q. Will IABC license provide practice rights for both the natural health professional and state licensed provider?    

A. Yes.  IABC license operates the same for unlicensed and state licensed providers that meet IABC standards.

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