Module I
Peptide Therapy
Certification

FEBRUARY 25-27, 2022 | NASHVILLE, TN

join the leaders in advanced anti-aging medicine

Peptide therapies are increasingly playing a significant role in disease state management, performance health and anti-aging strategies. In clinical practices across the globe, peptide therapies are being used to care for cancer, infectious diseases, metabolic disorders, injuries, aesthetic medicine and much more.

The Peptide Therapy Certification program presented in 2 modules, highlights this most relevant and applicable therapy in medicine. Participants can expect to gain extensive knowledge in legal considerations, strength of evidence and clinical applications to utilize on Monday morning.

Featuring world-class clinicians and researchers, the modules will allow you to further your knowledge in the emerging field of peptides and regenerative medicine and adopting this modality into your clinical practices.

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objectives

At the end of this certification course the attendee will be able to:

  • Understand the legal landscape of peptides and the FDA guidance on peptides as well as compounding laws.
  • Discuss the application and dosage guidelines for peptides in a variety of conditions and situations.
  • Synthesize and apply auxiliary nutrients and diet as it relates to successful protocol planning to augment clinical efficacy of peptides.
  • Examine the role of SARMS and their therapeutic application.
  • Apply the TRIAD’s model to personalize assessment and treatment plans to optimize peptide therapy.
  • Apply peptides in aesthetic medicine.
  • Learn the application of peptides for repair and recovery in preparation of surgical procedures, injury and repair.
  • Utilize peptides for weight management and body composition.
  • Incorporate peptides as an additional tool in immune modulation protocols.
  • Examine the role of peptides in Anti-Aging medicine including senescence, senolytics and Brain Optimization.
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Schedule Schedule subject to change

Friday, February 25

7:30 am
Peptides Overview of Potential Applications of Controlling Metaflammation, Metabolic Signaling and its Innate Value in Treatment
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
8:00 am
FDA, Quality Assurance, and State to State Status: Where Are We Now and Where Is It Going?
Melissa Stefko, MBA, MS, RAC, ASQ CQA
9:30 am
Break
10:00 am
Legal Considerations of Peptides: Best Practices and Managing Risk
Melissa Stefko, MBA, MS, RAC, ASQ CQA
11:00 am
Manufacturing of Sterile Product Quality Control: Understanding the “For Human Use Difference”
Anthony Campbell, PharmD
12:00 pm
Lunch Sponsored by KBMO (Non-CME)
Zonulin and Food Sensitivities’ Effect on Gut Health
Robert G. Silverman, DC, DACBN, DCBCN, MS, CCN, CNS, CSCS, CIISN, CKTP, CES, HKC, FAKTR
1:30 pm
Manufacturing of Sterile Product Quality Control: Understanding the “For Human Use Difference” Continued
Anthony Campbell, PharmD
2:30 pm
Global Lifestyle Considerations in Peptide Medicine
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
3:30 pm
Break
4:00 pm
Global Lifestyle Considerations in Peptide Medicine Continued
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
5:00 pm
SARMS - What are They: The Science and Controversy
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
6:00 pm
Close of Session

Saturday, February 26

7:30 am
Body Composition and Metabolism Optimization-How to Properly Use Peptides in the Quest of Metabolic Resiliency
HGH and Precursor Peptides
HGH, Sermorelin, Ipramorelin, tesamorelin, AOD 9064, GHRP 2, 6, Adipotide, 5-Amino-1MQ, GHRH, IGF1, LR3 and More
Gordon Crozier, DO
9:00 am
Break
9:30 am
Body Composition and Metabolism Optimization-How to Properly Use Peptides in the Quest of Metabolic Resiliency Continued
Gordon Crozier, DO
10:30 am
The Role of Peptides in Glucose and Insulin Regulation- Balancing the Seesaw
GLP1 Agonist, MotS-C, ARA-290
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
11:30 am
Lunch
12:30 pm
Patient Cases – Triad Style
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
1:30 pm
Hormone Signaling and Receptor Modulation - The Story Expanded on Hormone Modulation and Thyroid Optimization
Kisspeptin, DSIP (LH stimulating and sleep), Gonadorelin, GnRH Melanotan- 2, PT-141 and More
Kent Holtorf, MD
2:30 pm
Break
3:00 pm
Hormone Signaling and Receptor Modulation - The Story Expanded on Hormone Modulation and Thyroid Optimization
Kisspeptin, DSIP (LH stimulating and sleep), Gonadorelin, GnRH Melanotan- 2, PT-141 and More
Kent Holtorf, MD
5:00 pm
Patient Cases - Triad Style
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
5:30 pm
Close of Session

Sunday, February 27

7:30 am
Connective Tissue and Muscular Repair - How to Optimize the Body to Heal from Pre-Surgery to All Injuries
PEGMGF, BPC157, TB4, Ipamorelin, KPV, Follistatin, IGF1, LR3 and More
Kathleen O’Neil-Smith, MD
10:00 am
Break
10:30 am
Patient Cases - Triad Style
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
11:00 am
Peptides and Small Molecules for Neurodegeneration Selank, Cerebrolysin, P21, Dihexa, BPC157, Semax, Mots-C GHRH, and more
Sheldon Jordan, MD
12:30 pm
Lunch
1:30 pm
Patient Cases - Triad Style
James LaValle, RPh, CCN, MT, DHM, DHPh
2:30 pm
Break
3:00 pm
All Roads of Health Lead to Immune Modulation and Gut Repair TA1, TB4, BPC 157, LL37, KPV, Larazotide
Suzanne Ferree Turner, MD, FAARM, ABAARM
5:00 pm
Close of Session

Registration

MODULE I - February 25-27, 2022
$1500

Conference Venue

Grand Hyatt Nashville

Grand Hyatt Nashville

1000 Broadway,
Nashville, TN  37203

Room Rate: $335
Expires:  2-1-22
Tel (877)803-7534

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