February 20-22, 2020 | New York Hilton Midtown, NY

Functional Medicine for Heart and Brain Health: Optimal Mitochondrial Function with MitoQ®

Sponsored Lunch and Learn Presentation*
12:00PM – 1:30 PM | Thursday, February 20, 2020
Speaker: John Salerno, DO

Session Description:Every organ and physiological process in the human body demands optimal levels of mitochondria energy for peak performance and restorative healing. In our youth, the human body makes 65 kilograms (143 pounds) of ATP per day; and there is a 10 percent drop per decade after 30. Countless epigenetic factors contribute to diminished and dysfunctional mitochondria performance that results in accelerated aging and numerous disease processes.
Commonly prescribed and OTC medications will be reviewed that disrupt mitochondria function. This webinar will provide interventional clinical considerations supported by the latest peer-review literature.
All clinicians will leave with immediately implemental clinical pearls and tools that will support their existing wellness protocols and help with challenging patient cases that are not responding to treatment as expected.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Improved clinical outcomes as reflected in laboratory metrics, signs, and symptoms, and quality of life with mitochondria nutritional interventions, MitoQ®
  2. Common conditions we all see in clinical practice linked to mitochondria dysfunction
  3. What they didn’t teach us in our basic science education about mitochondria relevance

About The Speaker:

John Salerno, DO

EDUCATION
Adelphi University, Garden City, New York Bachelor of Science in Biology, Magna Cum Laude, 1982

Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York City Lab Research: Acid Phosphatase, 1986

New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of the New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury, Long Island, New York, Doctor of Osteopathy, 1987

INTERNSHIP
Rotating Internship at Long Beach Memorial Hospital, Long Beach, New York, 1987- 1988

RESIDENCY
Two Year Family Practice Residency, Long Beach Memorial Hospital, 1988-1990

MEMBERSHIPS
Diplomat National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners Board Certified, American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice American Osteopathic Association American College for Advancement in Medicine American Medical Association American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine Editorial Board Member of the International Society of Personalized Medicine Tokyo, Japan

TEACHINGS
RENU Life, Sao Paulo, Brazil – Instructor NYCOM Medical School, New York – Preceptor and Professor SANFORD Medical University, New York – Preceptor and Professor SOUTHWEST University of Arizona for Naturopathic Medical Students – Preceptor and Professor AAC CLINIC, Tokyo, Japan – Professor to Medical Staff Yale University Medical Students – Preceptor and Professor 1993-1997

LICENSES
Connecticut – License pending New York – License # 175754 Florida – License # OS 5614

EXPERIENCE
Dr. John Salerno/CV The Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine drsalernocenter@yahoo.com www.salernocenter.com | 212.582.1700

Patients Medical PC, New York City 2008 – Present Nutritional intervention for all diseases Low-Carb diet for health and weight loss

Anti- Aging Clinic (AAC) GINZA , Tokyo, Japan 2006-2008 Medical Consultant and professor to staff Aid to Clinical doctor Dr. Uwabu

Kyorin University School Of Medicine, Kudan Medical Clinic, Tokyo, Japan 2006-2008 Medical Consultant to Tokyo Board of Alternative Medicine Aid to Clinical professor Dr. Abe

Atkins Nutritional Consultant and Private Family Practice, New York City 2004- 2008

The Atkins Center, New York City 2002- 2004 Dr. Robert Atkins’s Center for Complementary Health

Medical Director: 9-11 Project, Staten Island, New York 2002-2004 World Trade Center Landfill

Family Practice and Urgent Care, Lake Ronkonkoma, New York 1998-2002 Bayshore, New York

Medical Director and Urgent Care, Shelton, Connecticut 1993-1997 St. Vincent’s Immediate Health Care

Preceptor for Yale University Medical students Involved in medical training for residents and medical Students from Yale University School of Medicine and St. Vincent of Bridgeport

AWARDS
Advisor to Board of Japanese Alternative Medicine 2009 – Present Nominated by the America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals 2002 Recognized by Japanese Board of Alternative Medicine of Tokyo 2004-2005

COMMUNITY AND HONORARY INVOLVEMENTS
Volunteered with staff to work with Hurricane Victims for Habitat for Humanity, 2005

Medical Director for September 11 firefighters, policemen and rescue agents in clean-up operation, 2001

*Denotes a Non-CME activity.

 

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