In this webinar, we will discuss the physiology of Erectile Function and review the many reasons for it. As we identify numerous underlying physiological disruptions that can occur we’ll compare viable treatment options and discuss how best to implement for your patients.
Dr. Rouzier during this webinar will discuss his most recent testosterone law suitcases and how practitioners need to be prepared when prescribing Testosterone.
Last year with Jason Fung, MD we looked at obesity, diabetes and insulin resistance. In addition we learned about the benefits of intermittent fasting and again related much of this back to a decline in hormones. As we continue our exploration on how hormones continue to impact our health our focus this year is on how Estrogenics are making us fat, sick and infertile.
Nutrigenomics is the study of individual genetic variation and its’ specific effect on identifying and understanding molecular level interactions between nutrients and their subsequent bio-actives on health, disease prevention and recovery.
In this presentation, Dr. Rouzier will address the evidence-based research that supports the use of oral estradiol in the treatment of menopause and how it can also reduce the risk for CVD, in addition to other unpleasant symptoms of menopause.
In this presentation, Nathan S. Bryan will provide an overview of the atmospheric and human nitrogen cycles and nitric oxide production pathways in humans. He will review evidence based nitric oxide research specific to vascular function and structure.
This presentation will address the burden of Alzheimer’s disease in the United States and the role of amyloid beta in the progression of this disease. You will be given the tools to help prevent Alzheimer’s disease through lifestyle medicine and modification.
Speaker Dr. Mark Gordon, MD will be discussing the four dimensions of Traumatic Brain injury and the major pathway of TBI that results in neurobehavioral symptoms.
Speaker Dr. Neal Rouzier will be reviewing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and how the signs and symptoms are similar to hypothyroidism.