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Hormones & Beyond 2020

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Two years ago at the Hormones and Beyond Symposium our focus was on lifestyle intervention for cognitive decline that included discussions on genetics, the Bredensen Protocol and how hormones effect dementia. Last year with Jason Fung, MD we looked at obesity, diabetes and insulin resistance. In addition we learned about the benefits of intermittent fasting

The Business of Creating Health

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You can’t practice medicine successfully if you can’t navigate what we call the Business side of Creating Health for you and your patients. Get the most up-to-date information and tools based on current research, healthcare paradigm shifts and standards of care that will keep you practicing medicine in a transformative way for patients that makes

What You Need to Know Before Prescribing Testosterone: Part 5

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During this webinar, Dr. Rouzier will review the long-term studies that support testosterone replacement therapy. By referencing these studies and providing them to patients, you are practicing defensive medicine. These studies support the impact of testosterone replacement in the reduction of weight, waist circumference and BMI as well as improvement in quality of life. They

BHRT from an OB/GYN’s Perspective

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This webinar will include a concise review of the literature, particularly the most important aspects you need to remember to feel confident in counseling patients and prescribing BHRT. Dr. Woods will also share with you her most successful BHRT protocols used in her practice over the last 8 years to help hundreds of men and

What You Need to Know Before Prescribing Testosterone: Part 4

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During this webinar, Dr. Rouzier will discuss his most recent testosterone lawsuit case and how practitioners need to be prepared when prescribing Testosterone. He will do a literature review of the RCT studies that supports the benefits of Testosterone and how to refute the weak negative studies on testosterone replacement. During this series, he will

What You Need to Master before Prescribing Testosterone: Part 3

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During this webinar, Dr. Rouzier will address all the health and wellness benefits of optimizing testosterone levels, regardless of the baseline levels.  The main controversy voiced by critics is the increased risk in CVD.  This is nonsense.  We will discuss the media hype and hysteria that should be dispelled and not let the negativism overshadow

What you need to Master before Prescribing Testosterone: Part 2

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During this CME webinar, Dr. Rouzier will be reviewing current restrictive guidelines for prescribing testosterone and how these guidelines are just opinions and are not in agreement among different authors.  He will be covering how to prescribe testosterone for off-label use. In addition, he will also discuss some of the current legal cases that deal

Erectile Dysfunction – From Non-Start to an Incredible Finish

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Erectile Dysfunction is far more common than is typically recognized. It affects almost every man at some point in his life with the incidence rising with age and hormonal decline. It affects men’s mental health, intimate relationships, and their ability to enjoy life. In this webinar, we will discuss the physiology of Erectile Function and

What You Need to Master before Prescribing Testosterone: Part 1

Free

Dr. Rouzier during this webinar will discuss his most recent testosterone lawsuit cases and how practitioners need to be prepared when prescribing Testosterone. He will do a literature review of the RCT studies that supports the benefits of Testosterone and how to refute the weak negative studies on testosterone replacement. During this series, he will

Hormones and Beyond Symposium 2019

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In the Psychiatric Clinics Journal article, “OBESITY: OVERVIEW OF AN EPIDEMIC”, researchers take an in-depth look at the growing obesity crisis. “Despite growing recognition of the problem, the obesity epidemic continues in the U.S., and obesity rates are increasing around the world. The latest estimates are that approximately 34% of adults and 15–20% of children