Washington, DC October 21-25, 2014
Assembly Sessions – Endocrine: Hypogonadism (Male): Evidence-Based Management, CME037, CME038; Endocrine: Metabolic PBL: Discussion Session, CME289
Dr. Hodge maintains a full-spectrum family practice serving primarily active duty military and their family members at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, in Fort Belvoir, VA. An assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, he has been teaching for 10 years. Dr. Hodge’s specialty topics are headache and sinusitis. He notes that there is growing evidence that a variety of complementary therapies (i.e., botolunim toxin) may be effective for the treatment of chronic tension and/or migraine headache, and amoxicillin-clavulanate is the preferred antimicrobial agent for most adults and children with presumed acute bacterial rhinosinusitis.
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Joshua A. Hodge, MD