This webinar is designed to introduce some of the core principals of peptide therapy and its application to implement into treatment. Peptides are a newly emerging field of science with implications and benefits for healthcare and patients.
Complete Peptide Lecture Sessions 1-3 PowerPoint Lecture PDF
Peptide Reference Sheet
Peptide Therapy Quiz
Family Medicine Physician
Melissa Loseke Ablett, DO
Dr. Melissa Loseke Ablett is a family medicine physician who’s passion is innovative medicine. Dr. Loseke Ablett practiced primary care for 18 months before leaving and joining a clinic that specialized in treating chronic joint pain with Hyaluronic Acid injections, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), and Stem Cell therapies. With a constant desire to learn and for cutting edge treatments for her patients, she began to practice at a nationwide hormone replacement organization specializing in pellet therapy for hormone replacement as well as aesthetics. During her tenure there, Dr. Loseke Ablett expanded her scope of certifications to include the Vampire Facelift, Vampire Breastlift, O shot, and Priapus Shot, as well as Low-Level Laser Therapy or Photobiomodulation to treat various injuries and chronic conditions. After four years of service, she then took a role as Chief Medical Officer for a national Testosterone Replacement Company and Medical Director of a partner Female Hormone Replacement Clinic. During these past several years, she was in the inaugural A4M Peptide Certification groups of providers. Dr. Loseke Ablett has been honored to continue the quest to offer patients comprehensive and innovative medical care to best meet their needs. Dr. Loseke Ablett constantly recommits herself to leaning about the latest methods and treatments to help patients lead richer and healthier lives. Dr. Loseke Ablett has a passion for knowledge and educating, both patients and peers. One of her favorite sayings sums up the belief on the importance of not only balancing hormones but their vital role in overall health and well being, “Our hormone levels don’t decline because we age...We age because our hormone levels decline.”
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