Testosterone Pellets in Surgical Basin/Cup
Hormone Pellet replacement has increased in popularity for both men and women because of the convenience, consistent delivery of the medication, as well as the higher compliance rate for patients. Hormone Pellet therapies have changed significantly in the past years as more information is available and options are greater concerning dosage and time duration. Pellet therapies allow for a more consistent, effective form of delivery and the American Academy of Procedural Medicine (AAOPM) has created this Hormone Pellet Training Course for physicians and nurse practitioners to be able to compliment and offer these adjunct procedures to their regenerative medical offerings.
During the Hormone Pellet Training course studies you will gain the necessary training and “standard of care” considerations to be able to perform these procedures and have the necessary knowledge and skills to offer hormone pellet therapies within your practice. There is a high demand for these services as many patients find the convenience and level dosing of the medication superior to other topical or oral formulations and patient compliance is greater using pellet therapies compared to other conventional delivery methods.
The demand for anti-aging services is increasing within your aging patient population. Integrated medical practices are utilizing pellets as their primary means to treat their patients as patients prefer and requesting this form of treatment. Patients are more informed of the safety and potential benefits of hormone replacement therapies whether through the internet, informed sources, or referrals from friends and associates. Reimbursement for these procedures are available from many of the private forms of insurance as well as the lab testing required prior and subsequent to the procedure. Being able to offer these simple to perform procedures will allow for greater revenues as well as helping to distinguish yourself from others offering these regenerative (Anti-Aging) procedures. Integrative Regenerative services is a $15B industry in the United States and compliments conventional medicine in the treatment of age-related chronic conditions.
The American Academy of Procedural Medicine (AAOPM) Hormone Pellet Training Course is designed for healthcare professionals with an understanding of BHRT and is setup for the practical integration of this minimally invasive procedure within a practice setting. The Hormone Pellet Training Workshops will demonstrate the hormone pellet procedure using anatomical models to ensure all attendees will be able to perform the implantation procedure at the training and will detail those patients that will benefit most from the potential use of Testosterone and Estradiol that conventional medicine or other delivery methods are not effective:
Administration of Testosterone Pellets to Patient
Though not commonly prescribed in pellet form due to the aromatization of testosterone in post-menopausal women, estradiol pellets may be considered for:
BHRT utilizing pellet implantation is the most effective of the various delivery methods to administer hormone replacement for both women and men. The course program will explain the various medical equipment needed (disposable trocar kits available, stainless steel trocars) as well as the subtle differences between the manufacturers of BHRT pellets. A large portion of the program will go over the actual procedure, areas of injection, proper placement, and compliance with medical established standards of care associated with the suggested protocol. Evidence based studies will be presented as well as alternative protocols for the gradual transition from other forms of deliver including in combination.
BHRT using pellet implants have been used safely and effectively in men and women for over 70 years and has a high safety protocol. The advantages to patients include convenience (fewer office visits), less fluctuations in levels, and being able to maintain normal ratios of estradiol to estrone in females and safely titrate testosterone levels as indicated for men and women for extended periods of up to 4-5 months. Benefits of offering pellet therapies to the physician include:
Insertion Technique for Hormone Pellets using Trochar
After the successful completion of the Hormone Pellet Training course attendees will:
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