Q: Why should I join IASI?
A. Regardless of tenure, individuals in the Structural Integration profession join IASI to advance their career and the profession and unite with other SI professionals around the globe that are passionate about improving patient care, public awareness, and the professional standing of Structural Integration.
Q: How does someone join IASI?
A. Visit the Join or Renew and follow the simple and easy instructions to become an IASI member today.
Q: Does my training qualify me to be an IASI member?
A: Anyone who shares the IASI mission and values is invited to join. Individuals interested in advancing within the SI profession are invited to visit IASI’s list of recognized training programs that are compliant with IASI’s educational standards.
Q: Is my IASI membership renewal due on the anniversary of my join date, or is the membership term based on the calendar year?
A: IASI membership terms are on an anniversary cycle, so you will renew on the anniversary of your join date. Your membership period is for one year.
Q: Does one have to take the Certification Exam for Structural IntegrationSM (CESI) to become an IASI Member?
A: While all Structural Integrators are encouraged to become Board Certified, you do not need to take the CESI to be an IASI member.
Q: What benefits accompany IASI membership?
A. IASI membership provides you with access to a broad collection of tools, content, and other practical resources and professional development opportunities. Visit our Membership Benefits webpage for additional information.
Q: Can I practice SI if I am not an IASI member?
A: One’s ability to practice Structural Integration is not dependent upon IASI membership. However, all SI practitioners are encouraged to become members of IASI.