Miami, Florida, October 2011

Regenx attends two interactive CME/CEU workshops by Sangeeta Pati, MD FACOG on HORMONE RESTORATIVE THERAPY IN WOMEN AND MEN

Regenx attended an educational workshop in Orlando October 1st and 2nd. The workshop was led by Sangeeta Pati, MD FACOG on HORMONE RESTORATIVE THERAPY IN WOMEN AND MEN. The workshop covered Bio-identical Hormones, Nutrients, Detoxification, Mind and Body Balance. Each session consisted of 3-4 didactic sessions, followed by illustrative case studies and question-answer sessions.

The event was attended by doctors from across the country, and presented the latest in anti-aging and wellness information. Coursework also offered the opportunity to continuing medical education credits (CME).

Topics presented the first day included BASIC PROTOCOLS AND CASES related to Estrogens, Progesterone, Testosterone, Thyroid, DHEA, Melatonin, and Growth HORMONE. The interactive-style workshop covered:

  • The science and research behind each hormone
  • The different routes of administration/and various forms for specific symptoms and conditions
  • Basic case studies will integrate the use of all hormones

The second day of topics focused on ADVANCED PROTOCOLS AND CASES related to Adrenal Fatigue, Nutrition and detoxification. The interactive-style workshop covered the science and application of the following through illustrative cases:

  • Adrenal insufficiency and adrenal fatigue
  • Nutritional Protocols for diet (Plant-based and Superfood Programs), supplement options and measurement of nutritional status
  • Detoxification Protocols for bowel, liver, kidney and gallbladder
  • New interventions
  • Advanced case studies

The workshop was led by Sangeeta Pati, MD FACOG the President & Medical Director of SaJune Institute for Restorative and Regenerative Medicine. She is a Board Certified American Board for Obstetrics and Gynecology and Board Certified American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine. Sangeeta Pati practiced obstetrics-gynecology in the Washington, D.C. and New York area for 13 years before opening an integrative medical center in Orlando, Florida.

She graduated at the top of her medical class at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, Baltimore, and completed her residency at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C. She has worked extensively internationally as Medical Director for a 350-employee non-profit organization, Engenderhealth, on maternal mortality reduction programs funded by the Gates Foundation.


Regenx Medical Institute is a leader in Hormone Replacement Therapies and expends considerable time, research and expense is implementing the latest technologies and ideas related to this sector.