Webinar: Sarcopenia -New Treatments Beyond Diet & Exercise
The 5th webinar was held at 9am PST on December 6, 2018 via a webinar portal of Sarcopenia -Education Series for Clinicians-, focusing on the latest knowledge about sarcopenia.
In the webinar, Dr. Kevin Conley, Professor of Radiology and Physiology & Biophysics and Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington, who is an expert for clinical research of mitochondria and muscle cell energetics had a talk on sarcopenia: new treatments beyond diet and exercise. The video is now available on SarcopeniaHelp.com.
At SarcopeniaHelp.com, the recorded webinars by Dr. John Morley, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Saint Louis University; by Dr. Robert Martindale, Professor of Surgery, Oregon Health and Science University; by Dr. Barbara Resnick, Professor, University of Maryland; and by Dr. Perparim Ferunaj are also available to watch.
For the webinar, visit SarcopeniaHelp.com.
Inquiry about the webinar program Dan Mueller, GM, AstaMed: email@example.com
Sarcopenia is a disease that leads to the progressive loss of skeletal muscle. In Sarcopenia, muscle mass decreases beyond the normal aging process because of inadequate lifestyle and other issues leading to decrease in muscle strength and/or physical performance, negatively impacting Quality of Life, mobility and independence, and even resulting in mortality. It has long been considered a part of aging that cannot be managed, even though it is estimated that sarcopenia affects approximately 45% of the U.S. senior population and exceeds $18 billion dollars in direct healthcare costs annually. Beginning October 1, 2016, sarcopenia was coded in the International Classification of Disease, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) under the code of M62.84.