Age Management Medicine stands at the forefront of 21st century medicine, incorporating proactive, preventive protocols that optimize health, restore endocrine balance, delay the indicators of aging and prevent premature disability and death. As a result, patients enjoy a higher quality of life, enhanced sense of well-being and a longer health span. Trained Age Management Medicine physicians incorporate accepted markers for disease risk, implementing efficacious protocols as well as testing and assessment methodologies for early intervention practices.
AMMG’s comprehensive Spring 2012 conference agenda will expand the track on Stem Cells that we began last year and present clinically focused sessions and interactive panel discussions with experts to introduce and update physicians on the latest science-based clinical information, emerging modalities and advanced techniques needed to implement age management medicine in a new or existing practice. The curriculum will focus on lifestyle issues, physiological & biomedical conditions, diseases associated with aging—those greatly impacting the patient population and most often confronting physicians during an Age Management Medicine evaluation process — as well as methods for developing personalized treatment programs.
Call for Presenters
The Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG) would like to encourage qualified speakers who wish to become members of our faculty to submit for consideration.
The Conference Planning Committee will review all submissions. Preference will be given to credentialed faculty at the medical professional level who have an expertise in their field and have the ability to provide comprehensive learning materials for the course syllabus. Topics that reflect non-commercial, new or cutting edge evidence based information for Age Management Medicine clinicians and include the theme of this event are preferred. All faculty and presentations must adhere to ACCME standards.
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