Posted on Apr 30, 2009, 3 p.m.
On Saturday, May 2nd at 3:30pm, Dr. Bell will be presenting on "Exercise, Nutrition and Sports Medicine Prescription for maximum health and longevity." The Florida Academy of Osteopathy conference will be held at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, FL. Everyone knows proper nutrition and exercise can be the key to a healthier, longer life...Dr. Bell will empower doctors and their patients to take these basic principles to a new, deeper and broader level than ever before.
About the Fellowship in Preventative Medicine, Nutrition and Sports Medicine (FPMNSM)
The Fellowship is a 6-module series that covers a variety of topics. During the Fellowship, participants will:
Learn Sports Medicine Protocols for the
safe and effective exercise and nutrition prescriptions for the treatment, care
and prevention of 65 different diseases, disabilities and dysfunctions,
- cardiovascular/pulmonary diseases
- aging-related diseases
- athletic injuries and performance training,
- longevity and maximizing lifespan functionality.
- Examine case studies and hands-on practical procedures in Preventative Medicine, exercise and nutrition.
- Practice counseling techniques that increase patient initiation and retention in physician-directed exercise and nutrition
- Discover how to positively impact all aspects of your patients' lives with a "whole-patient, whole-life approach"
- Master the five most important IFPA Components of Fitness
- Gain new incite in the practice of treating people, not diseases.
Members of the FPMNSM Fellowship will be dedicated to using non-invasive sports medicine, nutrition, preventative medicine and exercise protocols for the treatment, care and prevention of disease, disability and dysfunction for their patients and by instituting these protocols will return them to optimum health and performance.
The Fellowship in Preventative Medicine, Nutrition and Sports Medicine takes a dynamic approach to teaching: Physicians and Sports Medicine professionals who participate in the training will demonstrate the sports medicine protocols learned in the Fellowship on themselves prior to their patients. The participants will personally observe increases in their own strength, speed, power, anaerobic and aerobic endurance, agility, balance, coordination, flexibility, and body composition. They will become a great role model for their patients.
Dr. Bell is the CEO of the International Fitness Professionals Association (IFPA) and the previous Chairman of the American College of Anti-Aging Sports Medicine Professionals (ACASP). Dr. Bell holds two PhDs in Exercise Science, and is currently pursuing a PhD degree in Naturopathic Medicine. With over 70 certifications and licenses in various areas of fitness, health, nutrition, and sports medicine/psychology/conditioning, he is author or co-author of 14 books and hundreds of articles on these subjects. Those interested in learning more about the A4M, the Fellowship in Preventative Medicine, Nutrition and Sports Medicine and the upcoming 17th World Congress on Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine are encouraged to contact A4M by calling, 1 (888)-997-0112.