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A Conversation with Tim Grover in Chicago

Attend One of our FREE Discovery Day Events Tim Grover recently sat down to chat with Dr. Mike Carberry in Chicago and the two had a great conversation that spanned Grover’s beginnings all the way to what keeps him going. Grover first appeared at one of AMI’s events when he joined people like Grant Cardone

Brandon Dawson of Cardone Ventures Announces Partnership with Advanced Medical Integration

We are excited to announce that Advanced Medical Integration is teaming up with Brandon Dawson and Grant Cardone’s Cardone Ventures in a strategic partnership! Brandon Dawson will be at our Medical Integration Symposium to show you how they have developed a plan to expand your business and market opportunities. They will help you break through the barrier of

Sackler Family Works to Hide $1 Billion Amongst Lawsuits

Earlier this week, Purdue Pharma, run by the Sackler family, was sued by thousands of municipal governments, as well as almost half of the states, due to its role in the opioid epidemic. This epidemic has been killing 150 people a day, and as a result, the settlement would have the family pay $3 billion

Purdue Pharma Reaches Settlement For its Role in the Opioid Crisis

Opioids have been around for a long time, and are used primarily to treat chronic pain. However, in recent years, they have been prescribed far more often than before and they are now commonly found on the streets as illicit sales increase – causing far more of an issue. According to, 130 people die

Effects of Opioid Use on Highway Safety

The warning ‘don’t use while driving’ is a very famous one, but the threat has never been as real as it is now. The exposure to opioids is becoming more and more threatening – for everyone. Not only is the health of the individual that uses them while driving at risk, but also those on

The Dangers of Opioid Use in the Workplace

Opioids are prescribed to treat severe or persistent pain. Most often, they are used to treat moderate to severe pain that may not respond well to other pain medications. They are prescribed to treat backaches, pain associated with surgery, cancer, and/or other painful medical conditions. By binding to certain receptors in the brain, spinal cord, and other areas