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Who's Who in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine

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Posted on Jun 24, 2009, 10 a.m.

Week of June 21, 2009

Eugene Shippen, MD
Medical Staff for The Reading Hospital and Medical Center

Dr. Shippen is Board Certified in Family Practice with 33 years experience in actual practice. For the last 15 years, he has focused on the endocrine changes in men, particularly testosterone deficiency and methods of testosterone replacement. He is a member of The Endocrine Society, a faculty member of The Endocrine Society's Second Annual Andropuase Consensus Committee, 2001, and co-author of the Guidelines for Treatment of Testosterone Deficiency.

Dr. Shippen is also the author of The Testosterone Syndrome. Throughout the U.S and internationally, he is highly sought speaker on the subjects of testosterone deficiency and treatment.

At the upcoming Anti-Aging Conference: Clinical Applications for In-Office Procedures in San Jose, California (September 9-12, 2009), Dr. Shippen will present, Advanced Hormone Replacement for Aging Men Revolutionary New Approaches / Successful Treatments, on Thursday, September 12th.

For more information call the A4M today; 1-888-997-0112.

Week of June 21, 2009

Eugene Shippen, MD
Medical Staff for The Reading Hospital and Medical Center

Dr. Shippen is Board Certified in Family Practice with 33 years experience in actual practice. For the last 15 years of practice, he has focused on the endocrine changes in men, particularly testosterone deficiency and methods of testosterone replacement. He is a member of The Endocrine Society, a faculty member of The Endocrine Societys Second Annual Andropuase Consensus Committee, 2001, and co-author of the Guidelines for Treatment of Testosterone Deficiency that summarized the committees conclusions.

Dr. Shippen is also the author of The Testosterone Syndrome. Throughout the U.S. and internationally, he is a highly sought speaker on the subjects of testosterone deficiency and treatment.

At the upcoming Anti-Aging Conference: Clinical Applications for In-Office Procedures in San Jose, California (September 9-12, 2009), Dr. Shippen will present, Advanced Hormone Replacement for Aging Men Revolutionary New Approaches / Successful Treatments, on Thursday, September 12th.

This practical seminar for beginners and experienced practitioners will cover the following:

  • Overview of Endocrine changes in aging -- an evidenced based review
  • Review of hormonal relationships to aging diseases -- looking at the hormone symphony from Adrenals to Growth Hormone
  • The medical workup for the aging male
  • The “hypogonadism” of aging -- defining testosterone sufficiency or deficiency
  • SHBG -- the critical factor in determining individual optimal treatment goals
  • Endocrine stimulation testing protocols
  • Treatment modalities -- The diagnosis determines treatment options
  • Testosterone “boosting” and new “pulse< dosing” treatments
  • The critical role of estrogen in men -- when is too much, when is too little -- how to treat
  • Case histories of common presentations, challenging problems and solutions
  • Enhancing sexuality -- new approaches that work!
  • Take home protocols to follow for diagnosis and treatment options

For more information call the A4M today; 1-888-997-0112.

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