Dr. Purser believes in the biological age reduction benefits of certain therapies such as modern Hormone Replacement Therapy, emphasizing natural replacements first and foremost. Through these therapies, Dr. Purser believes that you can unwind once thought of intractable diseases. Dr. Purser was from the graduating class of 1981, Brigham Young University. Dr. Purser graduated from “Ole Miss” (the University of Mississippi, School of Medicine) where he completed medical school near the top of his class.
Dr. Purser began with a practice in family medicine with an emphasis on geriatrics during the 1980s. In the late 1990s, coupled with his prior education and vast experience with aging patients, Dr. Purser continued with in-depth medical studies and interests in neurological studies, with an emphasis on pituitary dysfunction, as well as intensive preventive care of the body, and how this inter-relate. He’s enjoyed tremendous success with his patients in both his preventive medicine and traumatic brain injury practices since the late 1990s.
Dr. Purser is a very unique contributor to an outstanding textbook for physicians “Program 120: A Physician’s Handbook on Proactive Preventive Medicine”. This text is used as his curriculum in educating fellow physicians throughout the United States and abroad. Dr. Purser’s current writings include a book directly addressing the pituitary endocrinology issues of Fibromyalgia. Dr. Purser is a long-standing Utah Medical Association delegate with honors, certificates, and outstanding achievements from the American Medical Association and has been the Utah County representative for physicians practicing there to the Utah Medical Association for the last several years.
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