Jerry N. Mixon, MD, Founder & Medical Director, Longevity Medical Clinic, “Stem Cell Therapy: Regenerative Medicine Available Today”
Dr. Mixon will be discussing the aging process and the shortcomings of our current medical system in addressing those problems of aging, with a special emphasis on the newer technologies of regenerative medicine such as stem cells.
Born in Patuxent River Maryland. High school RA MILLIKAN in Long Beach, CA, graduated June 1965.
US Army 173rd Airborne 1965-1968 (Medically retired due to multiple gunshot wounds including three Purple Hearts)
California State University at Long Beach 1968 to 1970; University of Utah 1970 to 1972 graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology; University of Utah College of Medicine 1972 to 1976 M.D.; Medical College of Wisconsin internship and residency in family practice at St. Michael’s Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1976 to 1979
Private practice in Preston, Idaho, 1979 to 1986; Board-Certified family practice 1979; Private practice Shelton, Washington 1986 to 1998. Preceptor University of Washington physician’s assistant students. Have acted as educational preceptor for a large number of physicians, both MD and ND.
Founder & Medical Director, Longevity Medical Clinic, 1998 to present. In this role, I am responsible for researching the world literature on subjects related to our practice, systematically organizing this material, and transmitting it to the clinic’s physicians in our ongoing program of CME. I supervise the quality assurance program which includes periodic reviews of medical charts for all physicians in the system.
Featured radio guest each Saturday morning on Leading Edge Medicine (8:00-11:00AM), 3 hours of live Doctor call‑in radio each week, answering questions on virtually every aspect of medicine.
Conducted over 1,000 live seminars over a 19‑year period on techniques to enhance health and reduce the “normal” rate of decline seen in aging.