Part One is a workshop utilizing a scientific literature review of HRT, case presentations, then case management requiring audience participation, an approach designed to help physicians successfully and knowledgeably treat their age management patients. The first day is a literature review of the importance of optimizing hormones for both men and women. The second day involves diagnosing, prescribing, monitoring, and adjusting dosing based on patient’s symptoms and lab tests. The Part I course is designed to provide the nuts and bolts of hormone replacement therapy. You’ll learn about monitoring and troubleshooting HRT through literature presentations, case studies, and open discussions.
January 11-13, 2019 (Sold Out)