Learn about medical myths during free discussion in Vail
November 26, 2013
VAIL — The Vail Vitality Center at Vail Mountain Lodge will host a complimentary lecture on evidence-based aged management and medical myths with expert Tom Schneider, M.D., author of "A Physician's Apology." The lecture takes place at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Tivoli Lodge in Vail. Reservations are not required.
Schneider is dedicated to the belief that the process of physical aging can be slowed, stopped or even reversed through existing medical and scientific interventions that are available now. His groundbreaking work in age management and regenerative medicine is rooted in more than a decade of personal and professional involvement in this medical specialty.
Schneider attended medical school at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and trained at prestigious facilities including Bethesda Naval Hospital, Harvard, Johns Hopkins and the National Institute of Health. In addition to the rare distinction of being board certified in four medical specialties, Schneider is certified in "Chinese Acupuncture for Aging" by Dr. Yun Tao Ma, and by the Cenegenics Education & Research Foundation's program in Age Management Medicine. He also maintains an ongoing avocation in Bioethics and affiliates with the Kennedy School of Bioethics at Georgetown University.
For more information about this free presentation, call 970-477-3251.
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