INDIAN NUTRITIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Indian Nutritional Medical Association (INMA) is a globally emerging body of like minded professionals from all streams of medicine and related fields. INMA was launched on 22-Apr-2004, by Dr.A.Sreekumar, Chairman of the well known Holistic Treatment Centre Wellness Solutions, Pvt, Ltd. with the aim of spreading global awareness in Cellular Health Management And Rejuvenation with Nutritional Medicine. INMA is a fast growing organization with members from India and Overseas.
Dr. A. Sreekumar MBBS, DLO, FACNEM, FINEM, FSAAARMM (Hon.) (Senior ENT Surgeon & Nutritional Medicine Consultant)
Dr. A. Sreekumar is a Senior Consultant in ENT & Head and Neck Surgeon with more than 34 years of clinical practice and has been actively practicing Nutritional, Environmental & Cellular Medicine since 2001.
This new mode of approach to the postgraduate training program (FINEM) is being offered from 2011 onwards. All the modules are at par with international standards. This fellowship program is ideal for those who need a career that involves nutrition science, clinical nutrition, public health and health promotion in order to develop effective nutritional treatment plans for communities or individuals.
7th International Conference
On successful completion of 7th International Nutritional and Environmental Medicine Conference (NEM CON 2017) in June at hotel Radisson Blu, Cochin, Kerala, India. we are planning to host our 1st World Congress in April 2018 at hotel Le Meridian, Cochin.
All non Indian participants are requested to obtain an appropriate visa for attending the conference. It is strongly advised that an application for visa may be made by the delegates to the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs, Foreign Division in your own home country well in advance (preferably two months prior to the conference) due to possible delays in visa processing. Visa on Arrival Facility is available for holders of passport of following countries:
Kochi is a city in southwest India's coastal Kerala state. It has been a port since 1341, when a flood carved out its harbor and opened it to Arab, Chinese and Europeanmerchants. Sites reflecting those influences include Fort Kochi, a settlement with tiled colonial bungalows and diverse houses of worship. Its use of cantilevered Chinese fishing nets dates to the 13th century.