ABAARM Board Certification Benefits

The A4M has created many avenues for you to incorporate Anti-Aging into your existing practice. A4M offers exclusive membership to all medical professionals where they gain access to over a decade of established Anti-Aging expertise. To further your knowledge base in clinical Anti-Aging medicine, A4M encourages you to become a Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Anti-Aging Physician or Health Practitioner.

It is imperative that you arm yourself with the proper credentials in this area of medical specialty. These credentials will clearly set you apart from all other physicians and practitioners who are practicing in this specialty without proper credentials. You will gain the knowledge that will allow you to be competent to practice in your area of medical specialty without any supervision at all and the training will allow you to add income to your income stream. Please contact me and ask how you can become an exclusive A4M Member, Board Certified Medical Professional and Fellowship Trained Physician in the FASTEST growing medical specialty.

Overview of ABAARM Certification

The American Board of Anti-Aging /Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM) is a certification program of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. ABAARM issues Board Certification to individuals with MD, DO, DPM and MBBS. degrees. Together, the A4M and ABAARM represent over 24,000 physicians from 110 nations in the new clinical specialty of Anti-Aging medicine.

The American Board of Anti-Aging / Regenerative Medicine was founded in 1997 as a
professional physician certification and review board for individuals with MD (Doctor of Medicine), DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine), MBBS. (Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Science), or DPM. (Doctor of Podiatric Medicine) degrees. ABAARM offers these medical professionals with recognition of their specialty knowledge and clinical practice of Anti-Aging medical care. The long-term objective of ABAARM is to achieve formal sub-specialty recognition and a new status for Anti-Aging medicine and for those practicing it as qualified clinicians.

ABAARM Process

The ABAARM program consists of Part I (Written Examination) and Part II (Oral Examination). Typically, many examinees complete both steps within a year, but ABAARM permits a timeframe of up to two years to complete Part II after passing Part I. After taking the oral exam you have six months to complete the certification. A4M strongly recommends that all interested candidates sign up as far in advance of the examination date as possible. For ABAARM Part I, all candidates will benefit from permitting themselves with a maximum timeframe to review the study materials. A complete ABAARM study guide is available for purchase direct from A4M.

Part I. Written Examination

In ABAARM Part I, a three-hour multiple-choice written examination assesses proficiency in several areas of Anti-Aging clinical care, with a predominant focus on practical knowledge skills in diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, nutritional therapies, and pharmaceuticals, as well as sound textbook knowledge of endocrinology, neurophysiology, and cancer. After passing the exam, completing all requirements for Part I and receiving acknowledgement from the Board, a physician may refer to him/herself as a "Diplomate" in Anti-Aging medicine.

Part II. Chart Review and Oral Examination

The Chart Review portion of Part II involves the submission of six (6) summary patient charts, which are then evaluated by ABAARM to determine the doctor's skills in utilizing Anti-Aging diagnostic and treatment interventions in their practices. They can be submitted either before or after the test.

In the Oral Examination portion of Part II, candidates are questioned by one or two oral examiners during an in-person, private exam interview. Each exam will be audio recorded for quality assurance. Generally, the oral exam takes typically 40 to 60 minutes and consists of one standardized mock case and related clinical questions. After passing Part II and verification by ABAARM of completion of the physician's certification criteria, and receipt of signed certificate from the Board she/he may refer to her/himself as "Board Certified" in Anti-Aging medicine.


Additional requirements are needed to complete the Board Certification. Please see ABAARM How It Works where these are explained in full.