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Hypothalamic Pituitary Dysfunction in Young Athletes with Head Injury (THI)

23 October 2014

Webinar Description:

Traumatic brain Injury has been recently of great attraction to researchers, retired football players, and the public. But years before it is documented clinically the Hypothalamic pituitary Dysfunction symptoms appear at much earlier age and need more vigorous attention. We present in this webinar the early symptoms and recognition of the syndrome from clinical perspective. Describe the Hypothalamic Dysfunction in its widest picture, its relation to Fibromyalgia/Chronic fatigue, and its present therapy available .

Presenter Bio:

Saad Sakkal.MD FACP.FACE.FACPE
Director, Metabolic Care Center .Mason Ohio :A Center for Excellence in Diabetes, Metabolism and Endocrinology. ( We heal The Spirit/Mind/Body)
American Board Certified: Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Geriatrics, Internal Medicine.

After his Fellowship at George Washington University Medical Center and the NIH; Dr. Sakkal has more than 30 years of clinical research experience in the field with extensive national meetings presentations.

His recent interest is starting research of Traumatic Hypothalamic Injury in athletes including Football players.

Dr. Sakkal and Professor A. M. Albisser developed breakthrough technologies for maintaining Optimal Diabetes Control, including patented software algorithms that target blood glucose control through closed loop system that mimic hypothalamic balance system with stress feature.
He is Emeritus Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, North East Ohio Universities College of medicine (NEOUCOM) at Rootstown, OH.

  • Saad Sakkal, MD, FACP, FACE, FACPE
    Director, Metabolic Care Center, Mason, Ohio

Description

Webinar Description:

Traumatic brain Injury has been recently of great attraction to researchers, retired football players, and the public. But years before it is documented clinically the Hypothalamic pituitary Dysfunction symptoms appear at much earlier age and need more vigorous attention. We present in this webinar the early symptoms and recognition of the syndrome from clinical perspective. Describe the Hypothalamic Dysfunction in its widest picture, its relation to Fibromyalgia/Chronic fatigue, and its present therapy available .

Presenter Bio:

Saad Sakkal.MD FACP.FACE.FACPE
Director, Metabolic Care Center .Mason Ohio :A Center for Excellence in Diabetes, Metabolism and Endocrinology. ( We heal The Spirit/Mind/Body)
American Board Certified: Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Geriatrics, Internal Medicine.

After his Fellowship at George Washington University Medical Center and the NIH; Dr. Sakkal has more than 30 years of clinical research experience in the field with extensive national meetings presentations.

His recent interest is starting research of Traumatic Hypothalamic Injury in athletes including Football players.

Dr. Sakkal and Professor A. M. Albisser developed breakthrough technologies for maintaining Optimal Diabetes Control, including patented software algorithms that target blood glucose control through closed loop system that mimic hypothalamic balance system with stress feature.
He is Emeritus Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, North East Ohio Universities College of medicine (NEOUCOM) at Rootstown, OH.

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