Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy
Sept 10-12, 2020 - Boston, MA

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At one of our most widely attended events, listen to experts analyze the medical evidence surrounding hormone therapies, while learning from actively practicing instructors & specialty lecturers. Taking place in San Diego, attendees will have the chance to explore the many museums, beaches, and parks that make the city one of the most popular destinations in the country. At the conference, sessions will allow participants to gain the information needed to safely and effectively merge hormone therapies into practice. While the traditional medical view of aging focuses on its inevitable complications and steady decline in quality of life, this therapy functions as a means of relieving—and even preventing—many symptoms. Lectures will specifically focus on allowing participants to integrate and implement hormone protocols into practice upon return to the office Monday morning, while enjoying the sites and attractions of San Diego.


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*Members must show proof of A4M membership
**Students must show an active student identification

Learning Objectives

  • Assess laboratory tests including: serum, blood, saliva, and urine; pros and cons of each testing modality will be discussed
  • Learn the neurobiology overview of male sexual response
  • Identify the main causes of erectile dysfunction
  • Identify the common thread between cardio- vascular function and erectile dysfunction
  • Discuss the importance of nitric oxide in sexual function
  • Identify herbal, pharmacologic and mechanical interventions for treatment
  • Clinical scenarios will be presented reflecting common hormone imbalances in female BHRT
  • Diagnostic tools including clinical presentation and lab values will be utilized
  • Identify the symptoms of testosterone deficiency in men and women
  • Learn the effects of testosterone replacement therapy on sexual, cognitive, cardiovascular and inflammatory function
  • Describe the relationship of testosterone to prostate disease
  • Review the pathophysiology of hypothyroidism
  • List some common misconceptions associated with thyroid disease and the scientific literature that supports new management
  • Review the physiology of the menstrual cycle in women
  • Identify the signs and symptoms of estrogen and progesterone deficiency
  • Explore treatment options both in perimenopause and menopausal women
  • Discuss the pathophysiology of Vitamin D
  • Identify the implications of vitamin D deficiency
  • Discuss how to supplement Vitamin D
  • Describe the physiology of melatonin and discuss treatment options using melatonin
  • Identify the pleiotropic effects of melatonin in multiple system e.g.: cardiovascular, immune, cancer connection
  • Identify common bioidentical hormones compounded by pharmacies
  • Recognition and treatment of harmful free radicals to provide a host of anti aging hair, skin and nail beneficial effects
  • Discuss current Literature regarding causes of HPA axis dysfunction
  • Discuss implement treatment protocols for treatment of HPA axis dysfunction
  • Review medical based evidence for indications and uses of growth hormone


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