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Sarcopenia – defined as an age related loss of muscle mass and function – is a major public health threat. Millions of people have sarcopenia – both

YOUNG and old! – and it impacts every aspect of your life, from increased risk of disease to being unable to simply function in ever day life. It’s THAT important!

Although loss of bone mass (osteoporosis) has been on the radar of main stream medicine for decades, sarcopenia is now starting to get the attention it should, by researchers and the medical profession in general. In this latest BrinkZone Radio, you will learn what sarcopenia is, what the major causes are, and how it’s prevented and or treated, with my guest, Dr. Lopez.

Listen to the show HERE

For additional information, my article on Sarcopenia HERE.


Hector Lopez, MD, CSCS, FAAPMR Dr. Lopez is a board-certified specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation, with a concentration in spine, sports and musculoskeletal medicine. He also has post-graduate training in nutritional biochemistry. An active researcher, speaker, author, and clinician, he is recognized for uniquely integrating the best available methods in the fields of musculoskeletal medicine, endocrinology and metabolism, regenerative medicine, exercise, and nutritional science. Dr. Lopez has been a founding partner and director of several integrative orthopedic, spine, and sports medicine facilities, and he is a principal and chief medical officer of the Center for Applied Health Sciences (CAHS), a multidisciplinary clinical research institute. Dr. Lopez is also co-founder of Supplement Safety Solutions (SSS), a Nutravigilance, quality assurance, medical monitoring, and regulatory consulting company. In addition, he is a consultant to professional athletes and to the nutritional supplement industry as product developer, research advocate, and safety and regulatory expert.

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  1. NJJoe 9 years ago

    Another good show Will.
    Q: Who is Dr. Lopez? Don’t need an entire bio; a 30 second intro would suffice. If you’ve done it before, it should be done every time he’s on for first time listeners. Oddly, the radio show page has no copy; text, links, other info, etc.

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      Will Brink 9 years ago

      Joe, have added a bio and link to additional articles from Dr Lopez. Hope that helps.

      • NJJoe 9 years ago

        Thank you!

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