Dr. Philip Lee Miller, MD, Founder, Medical Director and CEO of California Age Management Institute, has been in medical practice for over 40 years.
He graduated from UC Berkeley in 1968 (Centennial ) with a degree in Biochemistry, later graduated from the School of Medicine at UC San Diego in 1972 with an MD degree in the school’s first charter) graduating class, and went on to pursue further training in Neurology at UC Davis. He has been ABEM Board Certified in Emergency and is now a Diplomat of the ABAAM Board.
Dr. Miller has become a leader and pioneer in AntiAging and Longevity Medicine with a past association with Dr. Julian Whitaker of the Whitaker Wellness Institute in Newport Beach, California.
He is currently a charter member of the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine and has passed the first-ever Board Exams in Anti-Aging Medicine in December 1997 and December 1998, qualifying him Board Qualified by the ABAAM Board (American Board on Anti-Aging Medicine).
He holds distinctive memberships in the American of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), the American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM), (past) American Academy of Neurology (AAN), as well as the Santa Clara Valley Medical Society, and the California Medical Association (CMA). Dr. Miller has co-authored a major addition to the Anti-Aging Medicine literature The LEF Revolution: The New Science of Growing Older without Aging released on May 17, 2005. He has been a frequent contributor to Huffington Post in the past.
He is currently working on new directions in health information software systems and is the Chief Science Officer (CSO) of a new and emerging company — TCM Holistics specializing in potent organic herbal formulations. For more info, read the newsletter.
Dr. Green has practiced complimentary, integrative and othromolecular medicine since 1983. She is an expert in bio identical hormones and the treatment of tick borne diseases.
Dr. Green treated her first case of Lyme disease in 1989. Since then she has closely followed Lyme and chronic infectious disease via patient care, diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing research of Lyme Disease and other “TBD” (tick-borne diseases). Dr. Green has not only followed the research and scientific knowledge regarding these newly recognized bacterial diseases, but since 2004 has been an active member and a board member of ILADS, the International Lyme and Associated Disease Society. Since joining ILADS she has brought a new sense of awareness to the medical community where she contributes her time and expertise to patient research and patient advocacy. She currently serves as the Director of Education for ILADS. For more info, read the newsletter.
NOTE: Meeting starts promptly at 7pm. Main speaker presentation begins at 7:20 p.m.