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NOTE: The Peru AAOM/LAOM workshop is full!

2016 AAOM/LAOM Peru Prolotherapy Workshop

July 10-15, 2016

The workshop objective is to enable
medical professionals to advance
their theoretical and practical training
in Prolotherapy.

Program Brochure


2016 AAOM Annual Workshop

August 4-6, 2016

The workshop is focused on the learner
obtaining the appropriate physical exam
skills, palpation, marking, safety and
injection skills necessary to be accepted
into an international course.

Program Brochure

Online Registration


2016 AAOM Guadalajara Workshop

November 5-12, 2016

The workshop is designed to give each
physician-learner a direct, high-volume,
hands-on treatment experience with live
patients in a controlled and supervised
manner.

Program Brochure

Online Registration


2017 AAOM Cancun Workshop

February 4-11, 2017

The workshop is an intermediate-level
Prolotherapy educational course and
medical mission designed to give each
physician-learner a direct, hands-on
treatment experience with live patients.

Program Brochure

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Click here for information on Why AAOM Educational Courses are “must attend” courses if you want to learn or improve your Prolotherapy or Regenerative Orthopaedic Medicine skills.

Welcome To AAOM

The American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine (AAOM)is a not-for-profit organization, which provides information and educational programs on the accurate diagnosis and comprehensive nonsurgical treatment of musculoskeletal problems. The AAOM promotes Orthopaedic Medicine by teaching doctors integrative diagnosis techniques and comprehensive/ integrative nonsurgical treatment methods including proliferant injections (prolotherapy), steroid injections, fluoroscopic spinal interventions, osteopathic manual medicine, therapeutic exercise and interventions with various pharmaceutical/ nutriceutical/ herbal/ homeopathic based treatments. The AAOM method of diagnosis/treatment is effective in providing relief to acute and chronic pain emanating from the Cervical Spine (neck), Thoracic Spine (midback), Lumbar Spine/ Sacroiliac Region (low back), Upper Limb (shoulder-elbow, wrist-hand), and the Lower Limb (hip-knee-ankle-foot).

Click to Purchase 2016 Annual Convention Workshop Video Access


The 33rd AAOM Annual Conference Presents:

Interventional and Regenerative Orthopaedic Medicine in Motion!

30 Presentations bundled so you can enjoy the entire 33rd AAOM Annual Conference Experience for one price of $395

No need to travel to any other Orthopaedic Medicine Conference in 2016,

No need to sit by your desk for a live stream feed that is viewed now or gone,

Watch as often as you wish and at your convenience, 30 Presentations from all of the Orthopaedic Medicine A-listers, at one price of $395 available for 24 months!

All 30 presentations are bundled — for one price of $395

The AAOM is the world�s #1 not-for-profit, non-commercially supported teaching organization in the field of Interventional and Regenerative Orthopaedic medicine! There is no other organization that comes close. The AAOM is rooted in the Orthopaedic fundamentals and evidence�based medicine, yet never fails to push the edge of science, research and patient care. This video compilation of the AAOM 2016 Conference Presentations is the next best thing to being there!

Presentations

Presentation 01: New Stem Cell Treatments on the Horizon Michael Brown, MD

Presentation 02: Facial Nerve Repair - Advances in Nerve Regeneration Victor Ibrahim, MD

Presentation 03: Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Their Therapeutic Efficacy �Arnold I. Caplan, PhD

Presentation 04: A Biological Problem demands a Biological Solution; Phytochemicals optimizing the Biochemical Environmental Factor in joint injury and disease Lanny Johnson, MD

Presentation 05: Bio-Cellular Spine Interventions Carlos Garcia, MD

Presentation 06: Scientific Evidence of Regenerative / Stem Cell Therapies for Orthopedic Conditions Jaye E. Bowen, DO

Presentation 07: Using Platele Lysate To Treat Lumbar RadiculopathyChris Centeno, MD

Presentation 08: Understanding pain and inflammation associated with high levels of FAC and potential Tx with alpha-2-macroglobulin (A2M) Gaetano Scuderi, MD

Presentation 09: Fascia and its Practice Implications Thomas W. Findley, MD, PhD

Presentation 10: Hijacking the Immune System: A Faster Way to Heal �Darrin D Agostino, DO

Presentation 11: Biotensegrity and It's Practice Implications Bradley D. Fullerton, MD

Presentation 12: Regenerative Medicine.....A model for Optimal Health and Healing Joel Baumgartner, MD

Presentation 13: Barriers To Musculoskeletal Healing Janine Talty, DO

Presentation 14: Health Through MotionPete Egoscue

Presentation 15: The Selective Functional Movement Assessment Gray Cook, PT

Presentation 16: The Effects of Hormones on Fat Mass, Body Composition and Insulin Resistance in Men and Women Neal Rouzier, MD

Presentation 17: A Case Study in Upper Cervical Instability Bradley Fullerton, MD and David Harshfield, MD

Presentation 18: Treating Cranio-Cervical Junction (CCJ) Instability Chris Centeno, MD

Presentation 19: The Layering Effect; How Regenerative Medicine Can Improve Outcomes of Traditional Interventional Spine Care Paul Lieber, MD

Presentation 20: The Lyftogt Perineural Injection Treatment John Lyftogt, MD

Presentation 21: Ultrasound Guided Hydrodissection (HD) of Peripheral Nerves Stanley Lam, MBBS

Presentation 22: The Effects of Stem Cell Treatments on Venous FailureDonald Voelker, MD and David Harshfield, MD

Presentation 23: Prolotherapy, PRP and Stem Cells in Private Practice Mayo Friedlis, MD

Presentation 24: Advances in Dextrose Prolotherapy Research: Building a Body of Evidence. What has changed in a YearK. Dean Reeves, MD

Presentation 25: Platelet Rich Plasma Chris Centeno, MD

Presentation 26:Seeing is Believing, Not all Back Pain is from the Spine Brian Shiple, DO

Presentation 27: Anti-Aging Medicine Neal Rouzier, MD

Presentation 28: Matrices In Sports Medicine Michael Scarpone, DO

Presentation 29: A Few Thoughts Panel Discussion

Presentation 30: A Learning Opportunity Bradley Fullerton, MD



 



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