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Dr. Neal Rouzier Joins BioTE Medical
Date:7/22/2014

m bring this innovation to practices in Southern California and other west coast markets.  I'm excited and grateful to be part of BioTE Medical." 

Dan DeNeui, BioTE Medical COO, said the addition of Dr. Rouzier is consistent with BioTE's mission of supporting medical practitioners.  DeNeui, who heads BioTE Medical's monthly training for physicians in Dallas, TX, commented, "The BioTE Method works because it is natural and also because of our training and precision.   Having a person like Dr. Rouzier available for our research and training is invaluable.   His addition underscores our commitment to helping our medical practitioners be successful in all aspects of working with BioTE Medical." 

Dr. Rouzier will also be active in the launching of BioTE Research & Development in 2015.   Dr. Donovitz added, "Dr. Rouzier will be a part of our research & development including the upcoming study regarding the effect of hormone therapy on veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and head injuries."

Founded in 2011, BioTE Medical has experienced impressive growth.  Over 600 medical practitioners from 32 states currently offer patients the BioTE method of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.   Cumulatively, BioTE certified practitioners have treated over 100,000 patients.     

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