Asst. Prof. Dr. Pansak Sugkraroek, FRCOG (T)

Assistant Professor Dr. Pansak Sugkraroek is a well-known health expert in Anti-aging and Regenerative Medicine. He has given lectures on various topics involved in Bioidentical Hormones Therapy in Longevity Medicine and related subjects both nationally and internationally.

 

He graduated from Mahidol University with prestige grade and joined the Ramathibodi Hospital Medical school, where he reached the title of Head of Reproductive biology unit and Assistant Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Further on Dr. Pansak joined Bumrungrad International Hospital 33 years ago and is one of the pioneer teams for Vitallife scientific wellness center since opening its doors 18 years ago.

 

His expertise in the field of hormone therapy led him to become a specialist in the treatment of men and women in menopause and andropause. He had been invited to be one of the foundation members of the International Society for Study of the Aging Male supported by the World Health Organization in 1998 and dedicated his life to the well-being of mankind through the course of their lifetime.

Currently, he is the Director of the Fertility Center at Bumrungrad International Hospital and Head of Menopausal unit. He also joined the College of Integrative Medicine at Dhurakij Bundit University 8 years ago, participating academically as an Assistant professor in the master’s degree course of Antiaging and Regenerative Medicine.

After graduation from the Nation Building Institute with Honors degree and various awards he joined the institute as one of the leading lecturers on Wellness till today.


Congress Topics

  • Testosterone Therapy for Metabolic Syndrome: State of the Art

  • Reversal of Erectile Function in Chronic Diseases

 

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