AMMG Launches Another Module for Online Education: Hormones, Part 1
The Age Management Medicine Group has launched the latest module in its Online CME program with Hormone Use in Clinical Age Management Medicine, Part 1.
AMMG’s Online CME program was designed to provide innovative, cutting-edge education for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists and other medical professionals.
A key benefit of the online program is that it allows you to obtain content in a convenient web-based format, and fulfill your CME requirements on your own schedule. You will learn at your convenience, while selecting topics of most importance to you. The knowledge you gain will be the most appropriate and beneficial for your practice.
AMMG has selected world-renowned faculty to present education focused on the latest research relevant to Age Management Medicine. “Our conferences are known for leading the way with educational opportunities via expert lecturers, case presentations, interactive panels, revealing science, and transformational protocols,” said Rick Merner, Executive Director of AMMG. “The Online CME program will offer these same standards of excellence, drawing from the same pool of experts, and providing practitioners with protocols and methodologies that will help create a positive shift in your practice and in your patients’ health.”
The new offering, “Hormone Use in Clinical Age Management Medicine, Part 1,” provides essential information in one of the most crucial and complicated areas of Age Management Medicine.
Human bioidentical hormones are known for their purity and potency. But are there side effects? You need to know the full story to have confidence that the benefits far exceed the risks. AMMG will provide the answers on where to start with your patients.
Our presenters deliver the straight talk about hormones—from the science-based basics to more complicated cases as well as the latest approaches and findings that are impacting health outcomes. Expert, engaging lectures present the solid, scientific research and trailblazing protocols that are making a difference in patients’ lives—and 21st century medicine.
This 8.75 hour course presents lectures ranging from hormone basics to the latest techniques in interventional endocrinology, lab results, and significant literature for patient success. Expert presentations debunk the myths, deliver the latest research, discuss appropriate screening laboratories, nutrient-level testing and help you gain a deeper understanding of these often misunderstood approaches to hormone balance.
The curriculum includes Quantum Interventional Endocrinology; Estrogen Dominance; Adrenal, Thyroid, Pregnanalone, DHEA; Progesterone; Hormones and Hair Loss: The Medical Management of Androgenetic Alopecia in the Presence of Androgen Replacement Therapy; Laboratory Testing; and Update on the Latest Research in Hormone Replacement Therapy. Plus, there are tips to make hormone replacement therapy more effective and safe, and the essentials of an age management bioidentical hormone replacement program.
Distinguished faculty include Alan J. Bauman, M.D., William Clearfield, D.O., John K. Crisler, D.O., Rebecca Murray, APRN, Neil Rouzier, M.D., John Sherman, N.D., and Robert L. True, N.D.
The complete 8.75 CME hours is available as a bundle, or the individual course components, ranging from .75 to 1.5 CME hours, may be taken separately.
For more information, go to https://agemed.org/online-cme/