Philip Incao, M.D.
Dr. Philip Incao studied liberal arts and life sciences at Wesleyan University and then received his M.D. from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1966. He studied anthroposophy and anthroposophic medicine in Forest Row, England and Arlesheim, Switzerland.
From 1973 until 1996 he had a busy general practice of anthroposophic medicine in rural Harlemville, New York, next to a biodynamic farm. During this same time period, Dr. Incao also served as the medical director of Camphill Village in Copake, New York, a unique community residence with adult mentally handicapped persons.
He has been studying vaccinations and the immune system for the past 27 years. His article on vaccinations and the immune system, "Supporting Children’s Health" in the September 1997 issue of Alternative Medicine Digest magazine, generated much interest and was reprinted both in Canada and in Australia.
Dr. Incao moved to Denver in September 1996 in order to help the growth of anthroposophic medicine in the western United States. He opened the Gilpin Street Holistic Center, located at 1624 Gilpin Street in Denver in March 1997.
Dr. Philip Incao's special interest is strengthening the health of children against the increasingly stressful influences of modern life, especially of modern healthcare. He has been studying vaccinations and the immune system for the past 27 years. He also lectures frequently on the practical application of a spiritual yet scientific understanding of the human being to healing.
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