Dallas November 2020

November 5-8, 2020 | Dallas, Texas

29th Clinical Applications for Age Management Medicine Conference

Due to health restrictions at the time of the conference we were forced to cancel our event—however we highly recommend this educational option—visit our newly expanded online education sessions with CME options to stay abreast of the latest findings, protocols, and breakthrough strategies.

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

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

Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel


Discover modern comforts and stylish accommodations close to some of the most popular sights of North Dallas, TX, at Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel. Delight in delicious restaurants, exciting nightlife and upscale shopping, plus explore Addison Circle Park, Pete’s Piano Bar, Addison Improv Comedy Club and Galleria Dallas, all near our hotel. After experiencing the local attractions, take a dip in our sparkling pool or find your balance with wellness treatments and beauty services at our tranquil hotel spa. When hunger strikes, savor fresh American cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients at our on-site restaurant. If you’re visiting Addison for an event or conference, take advantage of more than 100,000 square feet of modern event space and host an inspiring gathering. Unwind in the evening in spacious rooms and suites with plush bedding, large workspaces and complimentary Wi-Fi. Designed for today’s discerning traveler, Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel has everything during your visit to North Dallas.

Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel

15201 Dallas Parkway, Addison, Texas 75001 USA
Hotel:  972.386.6000
The AMMG Conference room rate is $199 per night.

Make your reservation online or call 972.386.6000

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

Ground Travel Options

The Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel is 20.8 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and 12.5 miles from Dallas Love Field (DAL).

Estimated taxi fare: DFW – $55 one way.   DAL – $50 one way.

Super Shuttle: DFW – $35 one way.   DAL – $25 one way. Reservation required

Rental cars are readily available at each airport.


Driving Directions:

DFW – Travel north toward International Parkway. Merge onto the parkway and travel 2.4 miles to the exit for Interstate 635. Travel 1.4 miles and continue onto Interstate 635 East. Travel 8.3 miles. Keep left at the fork in the road to continue on Interstate 635 TEXpress. Travel 3.6 miles and take the Interstate 635 TEXpress/Lyndon B Johnson Freeway exit. Travel 0.7 mile and take exit 22B-22C to merge onto northbound Dallas North Tollway. Travel 2.1 miles and take the exit toward Belt Line Road/Arapaho Road. Merge onto Dallas Parkway. Travel 0.5 mile and make a sharp left turn to stay on Dallas Parkway. Travel 0.3 mile and turn right onto Spectrum Drive. Turn right then left to the hotel.

DAL – Travel 0.6 mile north on Herb Kelleher Way and use the left two lanes to turn left onto West Mockingbird Lane. Travel 0.3 mile and turn left to merge onto northbound Dallas North Tollway. Travel 8.8 miles and take the exit toward Keller Springs Road/Westgrove Drive. Merge onto Dallas Parkway and make a sharp left turn to stay on Dallas Parkway. Use the left lane to take the ramp onto southbound Dallas North Tollway. Travel 0.5 mile and take the exit toward Belt Line Road/Quorum Drive/Verde Valley Lane. Merge onto Dallas Parkway. Travel 0.5 mile and make a sharp left turn to stay on Dallas Parkway. Travel 0.3 mile and turn right onto Spectrum Drive. Turn right then left to the hotel.

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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.