November 2018


AMMG’S Agenda Delivers It All

This activity has been approved for 25.25 AMA PRA CREDITS

Clinical applications. Robust curriculum. Breakthrough science. Trending topics. Interactive panel discussions. Expert presentations by world-renowned faculty. Compelling research. Science-based protocols for better clinical outcomes. Medical excellence. Increased practice value.

This four-day event promises to create a positive shift in your practice and your patient’s health, whether you’re adding our medical specialty to your existing practice, expanding your current age management practice, or wanting to learn how to become certified in age management medicine.

From the basics to the more complex subject matter, every presentation is peer-reviewed by our Planning Committee of highly respected industry clinicians, ensuring that all faculty content complies with—or exceeds—ACCME’s stringent standards. Even our quality industry exhibitors are leaders in their field.

All that is matched by our conference setting—the relaxing beauty and climate of the Sonoran Desert. Located in Tucson, AZ, the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa offers healthy lifestyle activities that mirror our age management approach: hiking, running, jogging/fitness trails, mountain biking trail, nature preserve trail, golfing, swimming.

No wonder our conference goers give this venue a big thumbs-up with resounding compliments—”spectacular” and “conducive to learning, mirroring what we teach or patients” and “worth the travel”.

Get ready to engage—immersed in curriculum and new knowledge that fills educational gaps and targets the hottest topics and challenges impacting 21st-century medical practices.


During the Sunday General Session AMMG will convene two Panels of Clinician Experts in Age Management Medicine who will take cases submitted directly by attendees and present these for discussion and recommendations for treatment. Get details for submission.

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Peer-reviewed presentations by world-renowned faculty. Trending topics. Latest science-based protocols. Interactive panel discussions.

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Get ready to engage – Take advantage of early registration discounts for our comprehensive, four-day event!

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Medical Trailblazers. Experts in their field. Highly qualified. Well-versed.

pre-conference tracks

Thursday, November 1, 2018


Clinical Use of Peptides and Peptide Therapies

The use of Peptides and Peptide Therapies has experienced exponential growth over the past few years. Their uses range from impacting hormonal change, antibiotic properties to uses for Diseases of Aging such as Cancer, Cardiovascular Health, Memory & Brain Health and Sexual Function. AMMG’s educational mandate is to fill gaps in education and our attendees have indicated to use that a focused track on Peptides is necessary to educate members and attendees on the science and clinical uses of Peptides in an Age Management Practice.
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Novel Clinical Interventions in Age Management Medicine

Track is designed to present an array of new and innovative clinical interventions for the Age Management Medicine Clinician. These interventions are designed so that the attendee can take these back to their practice and begin to implement these immediately. See Track Agenda


Office Based Aesthetics for the Age Management Clinician*

In response to attendee requests for information on aesthetic protocols and treatments which are office based and can be done by non-board certified Age Management Clinicians either full time or as an adjunct to their existing practice, AMMG presents this track in conjunction with the American Academy of Microneedling. The decision not to accredit this track was made so that attendees could be provided with business tools as well as the science and medical information necessary to implement these procedures. The goal is not to make this track commercial but to give speakers in this niche area the leverage to openly discuss procedures and answer questions that could be severely restricted in an accredited environment.
In conjunction with the American Academy of Medical Microneedling
*Track is Non-CME
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Traumatic Brain Injury: A Clinical Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment

This full day program, TBI – A Clinical Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment, will provide to the attendees overwhelming information culled from peer-reviewed articles on Traumatic Brain Injury as the causative factor for personality changes, cognitive impairment and mood disorders leading up to suicide. The attendees will be walked through the literature discussing the effects of primary trauma and the secondary effects of inflammation and oxidative stress on functionality. In conjunction with the Warrior Angels Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organizationA portion of the proceeds from this course will be donated to the Warrior Angels Foundation as they work towards their goal of providing personalized assessment and treatment for U.S. Military service members and veterans who have sustained Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) while in the line of duty.
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JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa

3800 W Starr Pass Blvd – Tucson, AZ 85745

AMMG conferences not only offer robust curriculum and breakthrough protocols—they also offer a venue that quiets the mind and body, setting the stage for learning, relaxing, re-energizing.

Set in the Sonoran Desert’s 74-degree winter climate —the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa welcomes conference attendees with stunning outdoor spaces and healthy lifestyle activities that mirror the age management medicine approach. You’ll step into luxury. Well-appointed rooms and upscale suites—with contemporary designs, plush bedding, and views of the red-tinged Arizona desert and mountains. Play a round of golf on the Arnold Palmer-designed desert course. Get a bit of pampering at the day spa with healing treatments and ancient methods. Or exercise at the fitness center. Hike, jog, or bike trails. Enjoy the lazy river, waterslide, and multilevel pool. Several restaurants take you on a culinary journey of flavors—Southwest, Italian, American, Mexican, and others.

No wonder AMMG conference attendees across the board hail this venue as ideal, worthy of the travel, and spectacular.


3800 W Starr Pass Blvd
Tucson, Arizona 85745
Hotel: 520.792.3500
Reservations: 888.236.2427


Call 888-236-2427 or BOOK YOUR ROOM ONLINE

NOTE: To receive our discounted rate you will need to mention that you are attending the Age Management Medicine (AMMG) Conference.

Ground Travel Options

Taxis from Tucson International Airport to JW Marriott Starr Pass – estimated fare $40-$50 one way.
Uber and Lyft are available as well.

Tucson Resort Transportation
2495 N Desert Links Dr
Tucson, AZ 85715

Sedan (1-3 people): $48 one way, $92 roundtrip (gratuity included)
SUV (3-5 people): $60 one way, $115 roundtrip (gratuity included)

Car Rentals are available at Tucson International Airport

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attendee & faculty


John Crisler, D.O.

I’ve lectured at medical conferences for 15 years, all over the world. This was the best one ever.‬

Ruth Hoover, M.D.

Excellent conference – and I’ve been to many from other organizations.

Joshua Reilly, N.M.D.

I was very impressed with the conference as a first-time attendee

Thomas Gardner, D.O.

This was an extremely valuable and information-rich course.

Dean Yimoyines, M.D.

It was my second meeting and it was as exciting as the first!

Fran DeChurch, M.D.

Best conference yet. Absolutely enjoyed the location–learned and relaxed; conducive to networking, unlike Las Vegas.

Brandon Chastant, M.D.

This was the best conference I have been to in 12 years. I appreciated the knowledge of the presenters as well as the take-home pearls to use in my practice immediately. Thank you very much.

Dana Morgan, M.D.

I was blown away by this conference. I have already convinced my husband who is a family physician to attend the next conference with me. Thank you for offering these kinds of educational opportunities.

Cindi Marquette, M.D.

The interactive lectures were more helpful than just the research-citing lectures. Practical information is very appreciative.

Jennifer Haley, M.D.

Wonderful group of people, the venue in Tucson was spectacular.

Dan Both, M.D.

Excellent organization. Your organization is great and I am proud to be a member.

Frank Comstock, M.D.

Great hotel and conference setting.

Patricia Petitt, D.O.

Loved everything.

Kevin Wallace, N.D.

Great conference and will be attending more in future.

Kareen O’Brien, N.D.

The conference was very well organized. Location was very nice.

Marie Niechwiadowicz, N.M.D.

One of the best conferences I have attended.

Cindy Romero, N.M.D.

Thank you – very well done!

Allyson Kraker, PA-C

I came 2 years ago in Las Vegas, this was the best one by far.