Ageology, an age management physician network, welcomes integrative and functional medicine industry leader Adam Puttkammer to its executive suite. Puttkammer comes to Ageology from Wisconsin-based nutritional supplement provider Orthomolecular, where he served as an award-winning account executive. He will serve as vice president of Sales and will lead Ageology physician network expansion of age management doctors who chose to specialize in anti-aging medicine and bio-identical hormone therapy. Ageology doctors focus on patient wellness, preventative medicine, and addressing the underlying cause of chronic illness.

Studies show that society is experiencing a sharp increase in the number of people who suffer from chronic diseases including diabetes, heart disease and cancer and Ageology is out to help physicians and patients take a proactive approach with preventive health care.

“Adam has witnessed the rapid growth in the anti-aging industry and a shift from a traditional disease-centered approach to addressing the whole person versus a set of symptoms,” said Ageology CEO and Chief Medical Director Dr. Paul Savage, a leading bioidentical hormone therapy expert and practicing physician specializing in age management. “Adam has an exceptional knowledge of the medical field and a proven business building track record. He is known for building strong business relationships by accurately assessing complex situations, identifying problems, and focusing on solution-based strategies.”

Puttkammer prior experience includes a position with Delnor Community Hospital, where he served as a clinical lab assistant and lead phlebotomist. While there he successfully headed the opening of Delnor Community Hospital’s first satellite lab and played an instrumental role in establishing best practices, reducing costs and increasing automation and efficiencies. He received numerous awards for excellence from physicians, staff and patients.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to work with Dr. Savage and join a team that’s committed to a new movement in medicine” Puttkammer said. “Anti-aging medicine continues to make news headlines because it’s focused on disease prevention and helps patients live a longer, happier and healthier life.”