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Who's Who in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine

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Posted on Mar 30, 2009, 2 p.m.

Week of March 30, 2009

James L. Oschman, PhD
Cell Biologist and Biophysicist

Dr. Oschman has published about 90 papers in both leading scientific journals and in complementary medicine journals. He has also written two books on energy medicine, and lectures internationally on the subject. His investigations of the living connective tissue matrix provide the basis for powerful applications of energetics to anti-aging medicine. For more information, call 1-888-997-0112.

Week of March 30, 2009

James L. Oschman, PhD
Cell Biologist and Biophysicist

Dr. Oschman has published about 90 papers in both leading scientific journals and in complementary medicine journals. He has also written two books on energy medicine, and lectures internationally on the subject. His investigations of the living connective tissue matrix provide the basis for powerful applications of energetics to anti-aging medicine.

At the upcoming 17th World Congress on Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine in Orlando (April 23-25, 2009), Dr. Oschman will be co-chairing a special workshop entitled, Energy Medicine, on Thursday, April 23.

Energy medicine technologies are becoming more and more popular as components of anti-aging practices, and attract more patients. Workshop participants will explore the practical aspects of exciting new energy modalities as seen from perspectives ranging from general practice, cardiology, integrative medicine and the treatment of elite athletes. Cutting edge techniques are based on physics, resonance, biofeedback and epigenetics. Key accomplishments include reduction of pain and oxidative stress, relaxation, and rapid resolution of both acute and chronic inflammatory conditions associated with the diseases of aging. For more information, call 1-888-997-0112.

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