IHPC Board of Directors
IHPC Partner for Health Member, NCH
IHPC Federal Policy Committee
Nancy Gahles has been in family practice since 1980. Her practice is a holistic one combining homeopathy, herbs, nutrition, yoga and meditation along with structural correction for a variety of health issues. Dr. Gahles is the President of the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) and chairs the committee for Homeopathy Today, the magazine of the NCH. She has authored articles on a variety of health issues that have responded favorably to homeopathic treatment and integrative care. Dr. Gahles is Founder and Director of Health & Harmony Wellness Education, a consultation and resource center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Integrative Healthcare in Manhattan and Queens. She is the author of a bimonthly health column, Health & Harmony, in a newspaper called The Wave and has published articles for the Big Apple Parent paper in Manhattan and Queens, the American Homeopath, the Journal of the North American Society of Homeopaths and the Digest of Chiropractic Economics.
Dr. Gahles is a recognized expert in the field of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) and Integrative Medicine and has lectured extensively throughout the US. She has been named one of the Top 10 People from 2009 in Integrative Healthcare and Integrative Medicine (The Integrator Blog). She serves on the Ask The Experts panels of Mothering Magazine and naturalmedicine.com and serves on the Advisory Board of Integrative Practitioner.com (http:/www.Integrativepractitioner.com) where she has published articles as well as speaking each year at the annual symposium. Dr. Gahles is a member of the Board of Directors of the Integrated Healthcare Policy Consortium and serves on the Federal Policy Committee. Dr. Gahles serves an expert and co-host of a monthly radio show, Inner Health Through Homeopathy. Dr. Gahles is the co-author of a grant to the National Institute of Health (NIH) on Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Homeopathy.
Dr. Gahles is a passionate patient advocate and an ardent supporter of the issues of health care for women and children. She is a healthcare futurist. Creating wellness/prevention/treatment models for integrative medicine as disruptive innovation is a present goal. She is an Ordained Interfaith Minister who delights in officiating at the weddings of her patients and community members. She lives in the peaceful beachside community of Belle Harbor, NY with her husband and two children.