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  • March 08, 2017 10:41 AM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    BHRT Seminar Series Part II - Webinar Pre-Coursework Review Sections 1 and 2.

    About the Speaker

    Dr. Neal Rouzier specializes in the medical management of aging and preventive care, who has dedicated his life’s work to uncovering the medical literature that supports Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. He has revealed over 50 years of scientific evidence regarding the impact that hormone levels have on physical health, mental health and overall quality of life. As the lead instructor of Worldlink Medical, he teaches Physicians and Practitioners the protocols for safe and effective use of Hormones as Preventive Medicine. He has over 16 years of experience as an educator and practicing physician.

  • February 08, 2017 10:44 AM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    Part 1 and 2 include - What you Should Know Before Prescribing Testosterone along with the Current Legal Climate for Prescribing and Documenting. For a copy of Part 1 and or Part 2, please fill out the form and look for an email containing a link for the webinars.

    About the Speaker

    Dr. Neal Rouzier specializes in the medical management of aging and preventive care, who has dedicated his life’s work to uncovering the medical literature that supports Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. He has revealed over 50 years of scientific evidence regarding the impact that hormone levels have on physical health, mental health and overall quality of life. As the lead instructor of Worldlink Medical, he teaches Physicians and Practitioners the protocols for safe and effective use of Hormones as Preventive Medicine. He has over 16 years of experience as an educator and practicing physician.

  • January 11, 2017 10:46 AM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    It has been well documented that essential transition metals such as copper or nonessential metals such as cadmium, mercury or lead can be toxic at the cellular, tissue, and organ level when present in excess. Excess copper has even been shown to be the probable cause of trigger points, a common and the main diagnostic sign and symptom in myofascial pain syndrome (i.e. fibromyalgia)

    This lecture is designed to review the scientific literature on Fibromyalgia and copper toxicity and subsequently review case studies and treatment plans designed to get patients feeling better and greatly improving their quality of life.

    About the Speaker: Dan Purser, M.D.

    Dr. Dan Purser graduated from Brigham Young University and the University of Mississippi School of Medicine and practices in Lindon, Utah. Purser is not only an avid endocrinology researcher, he’s also an internationally known entertaining, dynamic educator to the public and to physicians through book, radio and product tours. He is often voted the Most Popular Speaker at conferences. Dr. Purser has 15 bestselling books plus a textbook; 10 of which have been #1 on Amazon in several different categories. In addition, Purser is the founder of successful health product design companies which manufacture products for various supplement companies worldwide.

    He is also a big fan of Disneyland and Disney World where you can find him in his off time with his wife and family.

  • November 20, 2015 10:50 AM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    Do you currently prescribe testosterone? Are you concerned with the risks and media hype? Are you aware of all the most recent medical studies that support the safe use of testosterone?

    If you aren't up to date on the most recent literature, then don't miss Dr. Rouzier's next Worldlink Medical Webinar.

     

    About the Speaker

    Dr. Neal Rouzier specializes in the medical management of aging and preventive care, who has dedicated his life’s work to uncovering the medical literature that supports Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. He has revealed over 50 years of scientific evidence regarding the impact that hormone levels have on physical health, mental health and overall quality of life. As the lead instructor of Worldlink Medical, he teaches Physicians and Practitioners the protocols for safe and effective use of Hormones as Preventive Medicine. He has over 16 years of experience as an educator and practicing physician.

  • July 31, 2014 11:54 AM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    This webinar will cover medical literature that supports optimizing testosterone replacement into supraphysiologic levels in women. Join Dr. Neal Rouzier, BHRT pioneer and expert, as he uncovers the astonishing evidence demonstrating the benefits of prescribing testosterone for women, including:

    • Decreased (or even eliminated) deterioration of muscle, bones, ligaments and tendons
    • Protection against breast cancer, heart disease and depression
    • Enhanced strength, energy, endurance and metabolism
    • Improved aesthetics and fat loss from exercise
    • Better quality of life (including sexual function)

    About the Speaker

    Dr. Neal Rouzier specializes in the medical management of aging and preventive care, who has dedicated his life’s work to uncovering the medical literature that supports Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. He has revealed over 50 years of scientific evidence regarding the impact that hormone levels have on physical health, mental health and overall quality of life. As the lead instructor of Worldlink Medical, he teaches Physicians and Practitioners the protocols for safe and effective use of Hormones as Preventive Medicine. He has over 16 years of experience as an educator and practicing physician.

  • July 14, 2014 11:56 AM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    The "new" physician enterprise is all about prevention, new revenue streams, operating in a "cash" model, maintaining a high-quality physician/patient relationship yet operating with corporate-like efficiency. This webinar will highlight practice management pitfalls to avoid and what to look out for when improving technological and operational processes in an age management/preventive medicine practice. Andre D. Etherly will share key takeaways from his 15 years of experience in optimizing medical practice operations and will cover the following topics:

    • legal
    • practice models
    • scope of practice
    • finance
    • marketing
    • staffing
    • technology
    • web presence
    • business plans

    About the Speaker

    Mr. Etherly is a consultant and entrepreneur with much of his work in the last decade focused on enabling Integrative Medical Practitioners to succeed by applying the sciences of technology and business into medical practice models. He has helped numerous integrative practices, many from initial startup, with projects that have included Business Plans, Marketing Analysis, Competitive Analysis, Practice Design (Fee for Service, Concierge, Hybrid), and numerous others.

    Andre D. Etherly received a BA in Business Administration from Michigan State University and a MS in Information Systems Technology from George Washington University. Mr. Etherly’s Capstone Project focused on leveraging technology to improve healthcare outcomes and lower costs. Much of his work since that point has been focused on that objective.

  • June 10, 2014 1:43 PM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    Christine Houghton, registered nutritionist and PhD candidate, provides clinicians with a greater range of tools for personalizing treatment plans through clinically relevant elements of the science of nutrigenomics. Nutrigenomics has direct implication in age management medicine, given its fundamental role in regulating and optimizing endogenous cellular defenses against disease and premature aging. Our endogenous cellular defense mechanisms rely on an intricate web of molecular signaling, markedly influenced by factors such as diet, exercise and mood. Overwhelming the cell with excessive antioxidant supplements inhibits these defenses; the practice of antioxidant supplementation has important clinical implications. To avoid inadvertent inhibition of Mother Nature’s mechanisms for cell defense, clinicians need to be vigilant in their critical review of data used to support available nutraceutical supplements. Discussion of nutrigenomic solutions will include autism, asthma, hormonal issues, hypertension, psoriasis, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Discover how nutrigenomics contributes to disease prevention and age management medicine.
    • Learn how nutrigenomics can effectively underpin treatment plans for asthma, autism, cardiovascular disease, diabetes (type 2), hormonal issues, hypertension and psoriasis.
    • Identify current practices that are based on outdated theories surrounding nutritional medicine.
    • Understand how nutrigenomics assists in healthy functioning cellular defense mechanisms.
    • Review the factors that overwhelm cells and cause health decline, despite what outdated theories suggest.
    • See how overall health is affected by the relationship between genes and nutritional substances, acting as activators of various harmful or helpful processes in the human body.
    • Recognize the importance of critical review of data on nutraceutical supplements, even those considered to be “safe” in high doses.
  • April 30, 2014 1:45 PM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    This presentation is a review of some of the scientific data and studies demonstrating the beneficial effects of hormones and the health detriment that occurs when hormone levels fall.
    Scientific studies support which hormones are beneficial and which hormones should be avoided. These studies are all peer-reviewed, evidence-based studies that ACOG and NAMS chose to ignore yet are of utmost importance for physicians as well as patients in determining which hormones are safe and preferable. Therefore the literature very adequately demonstrates a superiority of bioidentical hormones over their synthetic hormone counterparts, particularly when it pertains to breast cancer protection and cardiovascular protection. However, physicians must uphold the scientific standards presented in these articles in order to guarantee efficacy. Any smaller dosing than that used in medical studies, inadequate monitoring, or inappropriate, non-therapeutic serum levels of hormones may predispose one to harm due to hormone deficiency. Physicians therefore must assure adequate levels of hormones in order to assure efficacy similar to what is seen in our medical literature. Out of the many studies reviewed, no study involves the use of compounded bioidentical HRT; rather these studies utilize only pharmaceutical FDA approved bioidentical hormones in standardized doses monitored with serum testing. Emphasis will be on utilizing the same hormones at the same doses which achieve the same levels which will then attain the same results as the scientific literature supports. The best method for assuring efficacy of a treatment should be through medical studies and medical literature which is the only sensible way of establishing an evidence-based approach to our therapies.

    Learning Objectives

    • Recognize benefits associated with hormones in women, and risks associated with declining hormone levels.
    • Explore scientific literature supporting hormone replacement therapy in women to protect physical and mental health as their levels decrease with age.
    • Learn how hormone replacement therapy helps women in relation to menopause, fertility, mental health, breast and ovarian cancer, cancer recurrence, cardiovascular health and gynecological endocrinology.
    • Discover how to properly use the literature to guide evidence-based hormone replacement therapy in women.
  • March 27, 2014 1:46 PM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    While this lecture will reinforce the importance of all hormones for both men and women, the main objective is to explore and focus on recent media attention around the association of testosterone replacement therapy with myocardial infarction and stroke. A review of scientific data and studies will demonstrate surprising benefits of hormones that most practitioners don’t know, including well-documented protective effects on all organs, tissues and aesthetics.

    Learning Objectives

    • Shed some light on recent controversies that have associated testosterone therapy with myocardial infarction and stroke.
    • Recognize benefits associated with hormones in men, including testosterone, estrogen, DHEA, IGF-1 and HGH.
    • Identify the risks associated with declining hormone levels in men as they age.
    • Explore scientific literature supporting hormone replacement therapy in men to protect physical and mental health as their levels decrease with age.
    • Learn how hormone replacement therapy helps men in relation to diabetes, prostate cancer, thyroid health, cancer recurrence, urology, cardiovascular health and mental health.
    • Discover how to properly use the literature to guide evidence-based hormone replacement therapy in men.
  • February 26, 2014 12:47 PM | Christiaan Killian (Administrator)


    People travel from coast to coast seeking Dr. Gregory Petersburg’s clinical expertise in managing the aging process through the Living Younger Preventive-Aging Medicine Business System. He is board certified by the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine and the American Board of Osteopathic Family Physicians, with a busy clinical Preventive-Aging practice in Tucson, Arizona. A graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, his 36 years of clinical experience includes Preventive-Aging medicine, Family Medicine, and Emergency Medicine. Dr. Petersburg is also a popular national speaker for physicians and the public about preventive-aging medicine. He is a former Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific.

    Learning Objectives:

    • The shocking truths about your medical interviewing habits that you don’t know and your patients hate
    • Learn why the patient interviewing skills you were trained to use are outdated for most 21st century medical problems
    • Discover a new evidence-based approach to patient interviewing that effectively changes patient behaviors, and why it works so well
    • Learn practical patient interviewing skills you can implement today that result in optimal and lasting patient outcomes
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