FREE ONLINE AGE MANAGEMENT MEDICINE COURSES
The Age Management Medicine Group offers courses/lectures that are of interest to Age Management Medicine Healthcare Professionals. These complimentary courses are either sponsored by AMMG or Sponsors who have provided lectures on topics that might not normally be considered for continuing education. We strive to provide free lectures that maintains our desire for the professional dissemination of medical and scientific information in an evidence-based format.
COVID-19 is forcing a lot of doctors to try and run their practice by the phone and web. We understand the uncertainty and burden this may cause, so we hope to ease that by providing this lecture for free.
Presented by Longevity Physicians Insurance (LPI) at an Age Management Medicine Conference (AMMG).
This lecture will focus on several common misconceptions or misunderstanding in medicine, specifically in the area of Age Management Medicine that will be debunked based on literature review and clinical experience.
This lecture was recorded at an AMMG Conference.
The belief that aging is still an unsolved problem in biology is no longer true. To understand this belief it is necessary to define the four phenomena that characterize the finitude of life: aging, the determinants of longevity, age-associated diseases, and death.
This lecture was recorded at the Age Management Medicine Conference – Las Vegas – 2012
The lecture will focus on the strategy, costs, and philosophy for building a successful Age Management Medical Practice. Specific topics will also include marketing approaches and practice challenges.
Age Management Medicine is one of the premier medical specialties because of the emerging philosophy of a proactive, preventive medical approach that focuses on preservation of optimum human function and quality of life. Review of this specialty, why this very positive approach to medicine has been so successful, and where we are today in providing patients with optimum medical interventions to modulate the process of aging prior to the onset of degenerative aging.
The Autopsy Report of a 106-year-old veteran of World War I, performed at the Palo Alto VA Hospital in July 2007, reveals a uniform rate of aging in all his organs that was slower than normal throughout his life. Indeed, superficially, his organ systems appeared to be those of an “80 year old” not a 106 year old.
This lecture was recorded at the Age Management Medicine Conference – Las Vegas – November 2007.
Sarcopenia, the age-related loss of skeletal muscle mass, strength, and function has become a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the US. In 2000 sarcopenia cost our healthcare system $18,500,00 and will become a greater burden to our society in the future as 78 million baby boomers are over 65. It can be prevented through age management strategies, individualized patient treatment plans, HRT, strength conditioning & nutrition.
The lecture focuses on the philosophy for promoting a healthy lifestyle and motivating your patients.
Review basic physiology of exercise, components of fitness, and adaptations to exercise. Upon completion the physician will understand the basic principles of exercise physiology and identify the components of fitness.
Several Supercentenarian autopsies performed in the Pathology Department at UCLA have demonstrated Systemic TTR Amyloidosis leading to congestive heart failure as the primary cause of death. Is Amyloidosis prevention necessary or even possible? Would the prevention of Amyloidosis extend the lives of those who have a genetic predisposition or manage to avoid accident and other age-related illness in the normal population?
This male sexual health talk describes the shift in the way physicians have been trained to look at sexual function. How sexual function can be a barometer of overall health will also be reviewed. In addition, this talk will include the importance of testing and evaluating sexual function in men, how to develop treatment strategies to detect any underlying health abnormalities related to sexual dysfunction, and what to do about it.