ABAARM Certification - How It Works
The American Board of Anti-Aging / Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM) offers Board Certification to individuals with MD, DO, DPM, and MBBS degrees.
The long-term objective of ABAARM is to achieve formal sub-specialty recognition and a new status for Anti-Aging Medicine.
In order to complete the ABAARM program, an individual must complete 3 Parts.
- Part I is composed of a Written Exam
- Part II is composed of an Oral Exam
*Both parts must be taken on separate dates and at separate venues.
Typically examinees complete both steps within the timeframe of one year.
However, after an examinee successfully completes Part I: Written Exam, they have a total of two years to complete Part II: Oral Exam.
After successfully completing Part II: the Oral Exam, the examinee must complete the final part.
Part III: Submission of Eligibility Requirements: Once an examinee completes Part I and II, the examinee is given 6 months to submit their eligibility requirements to complete their Certification Process.
Recommendations & Suggestions in 4 Steps
Step 1: Purchase a review kit and begin studying for Part I: Written Exam
Step 2: Successfully complete Part I: written exam
- The Written Exam consists of 120 multiple choice questions with a predominant focus on practical knowledge and skills in diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, nutritional therapies, pharmaceuticals, endocrinology, neurophysiology, and cancer.
Step 3: Successfully complete Part II: oral exam
- Candidates participate in an in-person, private exam interview with 1-2 examiners where they are asked to answer one standardized mock case with related clinical questions. Candidates have between 40-60 minutes to discuss their case and provide their answers to the examiners.