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CINCINNATI — The Natural Products Association has named Jim LaValle as one of its 2011 Clinician of the Year award recipients.
As previously reported by Drug Store News, LaValle will receive his award at the Natural Products Association MarketPlace in Las Vegas next month. He is an educator, clinician and founder of the LaValle Metabolic Institute, as well as the founder of Integrative Health Resources, a natural products industry consulting company. He has been integrating natural therapies into various medical and business models for 27 years.
“In considering you for this award, we considered the breadth of your work in the field of integrative health care,” said John Gay, executive director and CEO of the Natural Products Association. “Congratulations on this honor.”