The Annual International Restorative Medicine Conference provides physicians with an extraordinary opportunity to learn from internationally-recognized experts in hormone therapy, nutrition, and botanical medicine. Speakers present emerging research and up-to-date protocols that empower physicians to maximize patient recovery rates and build their practices. On the certification day, there will be a series of lectures on optimizing body temperature and thyroid function with hormones, botanicals, and nutrition. At the end of the certification day, attendees can take an exam to achieve Certification in T3 Therapy.
Cutting-edge Protocols for Treating Chronic Conditions
Practical Clinical Skills You Can Use Monday Morning
Learn specific protocols including dosing, treatment plans, indications, contraindications, lifestyle and dietary changes, and use of supplements to improve clinical outcomes.
Advanced Botanical Medicine
Medicinal mushroom use in oncology
Botanical medicine protocols for treating infections
Herb, nutrient and drug interactions
Cellular Mechanisms in Botanical Medicine
Hormone Monitoring and Treatment Protocols for Women's Health
Estrogen status and cardiovascular disease in women
Hormone fluctuations and inflammation
Perimenopausal hormone imbalances used as a predictor for future disease
Endocrinology and T3 Intensive
Thyroid hormone and metabolism
T3 dosing and treatment protocols
Treating CFIDS/ fibromyalgia with natural hormones
T3 and Thyroid Certification
Additional Innovative Topics
Environmental Medicine and Biotoxins: Metabolizing Toxins to Treat Chronic Illness
Cutting Edge Peptide Therapy
IV Therapy with Nutrients
Treating Cardiovascular Disease in Perimenopause
Attendees are primarily physicians (MDs, NDs, DOs) interested in antiaging, complementary, and alternative medicine. Other health care providers attending the conference include physician assistants, nurse practitioners, chiropractors, registered nurses, acupuncturists, and nutritionists. The 2015 conference near Seattle had a total of 251 paid attendees for the full four-day conference. There were another 22 attendees who paid for one-day registrations, putting total attendance at 273. The 2014 conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico drew a total of 300 attendees, with 70 MDs and 114 NDs.
Connect With Up to 250 Physicians In An Intimate Setting
Unlike other conferences where hundreds of exhibits compete for attendees' attention, at the Restorative Medicine Conference we limit the number of exhibitors to ensure greater exposure. There will be no more than 35 exhibitors at this conference. The higher ratio of attendees to exhibitors means the physicians attending the conference will be able to focus more of their attention on your exhibit and your products.
The Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine (AARM) is the leading non-profit medical association to support cross-disciplinary collaboration. It was formed to provide education, clinical research and cutting edge protocols which empower physicians to more effectively treat their patients and build their practices through the use of herbal, nutritional and natural hormone medicines. The focus is on endocrine system disorders, with an emphasis on therapeutic approaches for treating hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, adrenal dysfunction, dysglycemia as well as menopausal and female hormonal imbalances. AARM also advocates for restorative medicine for chronic diseases, including digestive, respiratory, nervous, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and autoimmune diseases.