We are pleased to announce that the A4M October Symposium in Charleston, South Carolina, was a resounding success. Held at the Charleston Place hotel between October 27-29, this three-day event drew in several hundreds of attendees from across the nation for an exciting weekend of innovative, immersive education. Nearly 40 educational sessions led by 18 renowned speakers engaged event participants with the latest research, expert insights, live demonstrations, and hands-on training. Covering intravenous (IV) and chelation therapy, pellet therapy, and longevity medicine, three different workshops delivered impactful takeaways, protocols, and practical strategies to implement directly into clinical practice.
In case you missed it or would like to revisit some of your favorite moments, we have compiled a selection of Symposium highlights in the recap below.
The agenda presents three full days of the latest research and cutting-edge science delivered by best-in-class speakers, ranging in subject matter from hormone pellet therapy with hands-on training exercises to evidence-based bio-hacking strategies for lifespan optimization. Each educational program is designed to equip dedicated health professionals with medical protocols, practical skills, and the tools to integrate them into their practice.
The upcoming Endocrine Balance and Bio-Identical Hormone Restoration Therapy Symposium is the premier event for physicians, researchers, and educators to come together to improve individual hormonal care and further the endocrinology practice. This three-day event provides a unique opportunity to network with experts from across the industry, learn about the latest advances in hormone health, and gain evidence-based clinical protocols to help navigate the increasingly complex landscape of patients’ endocrine systems. Taking place at the Boston Park Plaza in Boston, MA, between September 16-18, 2022, the Symposium will host a panel of critically-acclaimed speakers and educators who will share their expertise on various timely topics.