The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) will be hosting Module II of the Peptides Certification Course from December 10 to December 12 at the Venetian and Palazzo Resort in Las Vegas, NV. The three-day module will feature lectures, workshops, and hands-on training on a variety of peptide and regenerative therapy protocols from renowned clinical experts and researchers.
Dr. Orbeck will be commencing the event with his course “Understanding the Power of Peptides,” where he will discuss the role of peptides in aesthetics and regenerative medicine procedures.
What Are Peptides?
Known as the “building blocks of protein,” peptides are a linked string of amino acids responsible for numerous biological functions in the body, including hormonal production, cell signaling, and healing damaged tissue.
Naturally found in every human cell, peptides play an important role in our overall health, vitality, and addressing concerns related to:
- Looking and Feeling Younger
- Improving Immune System
- Sexual Wellness
- Balancing Hormones
- Reducing Inflammation
- Weight Loss
Peptides Role in Regenerative Medicine
As we age, our levels of essential amino acids and growth hormones progressively decline, lowering the body’s ability to repair cell damage—leaving us feeling tired and showing the signs of aging. By stimulating healthy cell growth, peptide therapy treatments have proven beneficial in limiting the effects of aging, preventing illness, and enhancing peak performance.
If you are ready to look better, feel better, and live a more balanced life, you may be an excellent candidate for peptide therapy. Regenerative Medical Institute offers custom peptide treatments as part of our intimate wellness, hair restoration, and skin rejuvenation services.
If you are interested in peptide therapy treatment, request an appointment at Regenerative Medical Institute with Dr. Orbeck in Greenville, South Carolina. To find out more about peptides and if peptide therapy is right for you, call (877) 573-3737 or fill out our questionnaire today.