How can your patients turn back the clock on the aging process?

What are the keys to this?

Hormones...and lifestyle modulation.

Hormones are the chemical messengers that keep the body functioning and functioning well. Hormones regulate metabolism and control the immune processes. They assist in the reproduction process and are significant in ALL that we are biologically.

What is the life-sustaining hormones that do so much? Progesterone, DHEA, testosterone, estrogen, and cortisol all play a role in the body's development and growth as well as overall well-being. They also are players in the aging process as well. If there is an interruption, lessening or loss of these hormones the consequences can be significant and cause a multitude of physical and emotional issues. Many medical professionals call these issues the “natural aging process”.

This 1-day workshop conducted by international authority;
Dr. Thierry Hertoghe will cover:

Lifestyle and Diet Therapies
Hormone Supplementation and Healthspan including:
  • Estrogen, progesterone and testosterone
  • Thyroid, DHEA, and Cortisol Therapy
  • Insulin, Melatonin and Oxytocin
  • Growth hormone and IGF-1
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Thierry Hertoghe, MD

Thierry Hertoghe, MD

Thierry Hertoghe, MD currently serves as President of the International Hormone Society. Born in 1957, he practices medicine that focuses on longevity and reversing the process of aging. Dr. Hertoghe represents the fourth consecutive generation of physicians who have worked in the field of hormone therapy; he practices medicine with a team of experienced doctors in Brussels. Dr. Hertoghe is an internationally recognized authority regarding medical therapies designed to correct hormone deficiencies, extend lifespan, and reduce or potentially reverse aging.


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    Thierry Hertoghe, MD
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    Thierry Hertoghe, MD
  • Living Longer with Hormones Supplementation

    Thierry Hertoghe, MD
  • Living Longer with Hormone Supplementation

    Thierry Hertoghe, MD
  • Discussion with Q&A

    Thierry Hertoghe, MD


Hormones, Lifestyle and Longevity