Posted on Dec 07, 2021, 1 p.m.
With the numerous challenges and changes that have occurred within the last two years, the healthcare field is entering a new chapter with new opportunities to build a more resilient medical system that centers on science-based, whole-person care. Themed "The Next Chapter: Unmasking the Hidden Epidemic," this year's 29th Annual A4M World Congress will address many of the neglected crises within our medical system that have left patients, healthcare professionals, and our shared communities overall vulnerable. From the growing brain health crisis that permeates all aspects of health, underserved patient populations, environmental health, and more—this year's event will deliver forward-thinking insights to help clinicians confidently lead this new chapter in healthcare with the most valuable strategies, therapeutics, and resources available. Please click here to view the media kit.
This year’s keynote speakers include Judson Alyn Brewer, MD, Ph.D., Sheldon Jordon, ND, FAAN DABPN, DABIPP, Valter Longo, Ph.D., David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, and Ronnie S. Stangler, MD. This year will also have a variety of featured speakers such as Arianna Huffington, Shimi Kang MD, Mohit Khera MD, MPH, MBA, Abraham Morgentaler, MD, Austin Perlmutter, MD, Dan Reidenberg, PsyD, Terry Wahls, MD, and special guest Kien Vuu, MD, FAAMM, ABAARM. Please click here to view all of the faculty.
The Anti-Aging market has been positioned as one of the most rapidly growing global markets, with its innovative and unparalleled scientific studies and research. In North America alone, the market is expected to expand from $16.58 billion in 2020 to $21.36 billion by 2025. The global market demonstrates a similar trend, with projected growth from $191.5 billion in 2019 to $421.4 billion by 2030. This trend is specifically spurred by the growing population of retirees. A report by the United Nations (UN), estimates that the number of people aged 65 and above on earth will increase from 703 million in 2019 to 1.5 billion in 2050.
There are 75.4 million Baby Boomers living within the U.S.—this group is expected to remain the largest revenue contributor in the industry. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than $16 billion has been spent on cosmetic procedures in 2019. Three out of five consumers take nutritional supplements on a regular basis. 113 million individuals living within the U.S. (45%) suffer from at least one chronic disease—contributing to an increased demand for preventive services.
Click here to view more information as you are invited to join us at the industry’s foremost leaders at the 29th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine featuring unparalleled cutting-edge clinical offerings, world-renowned faculty members, and the largest gathering of anti-aging medical professionals worldwide, the 29th Annual World Congress is the primary destination for companies— whether established or emerging—to expand their reach within one of the most rapidly growing fields in modern medicine. Over 4 days this event is expected to have over 2,0000 attendees, over 75 educational sessions, and over 250 exhibiting companies.
A4M maintains the largest global network of healthcare professionals and practitioners, thousands of members from over 100 countries— all of whom are committed to and involved with Anti-Aging medical care and research. Thousands of interested and qualified buyers will be at this event, all of whom are interested in advanced clinical education. This year’s event is packed full of networking and learning opportunities at the workshops and presentations, click here to view the schedule and complete list of agenda topics.
There will be the maximum amount of time available dedicated to showcasing in the Exhibit Hall to display all of the company’s offerings with a dedicated network for events, breaks, and a welcome reception and happy hour. This event will contain a wealth of opportunities that are designed to further spotlight company brands and networking opportunities that sets this event apart from others. Click here to contact one of our advisors.
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