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Dr. Walter Futterweit specializes in treating patients with endocrine conditions with a focus on androgen excess disorders, including polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), hirsutism, alopecia, and gender disorders. He also treats patients with adrenal, pituitary and thyroid disease as well as calcium disorders. The goal is to provide patients with the knowledge and treatment they need to manage their condition and to enable them to live as normal a life as possible. Please call our office if you have questions or to schedule an appointment.
Master Clinician Lecture on Alopecia Given by Dr. Futterweit at Icahn School of Medicine on January 30, 2014
Title: Paradox of Alopecia and Telogen Effluvium in PCOS.
View PDF of presentation here.
Joint AACE / AE-PCOS Symposium a Success!
Topic: Gonadal Disorders in Women and Men: Androgen Excess and Deficiency
AACE 22nd Annual Scientific and Clinical Congress Friday, May 3, 2013, Phoenix, AZ
(from left to right) Dr. Ronald S. Swerdlow, Dr. Neil F. Goodman, Dr. Rhoda H. Cobin, Dr. Patricia M. Vuquin, Dr. Walter Futterweit and Dr. Enrico Carmina served as the faculty for the joint symposium.
The first joint symposium to be held between AACE and the Androgen Excess and PCOS Society (AE-PCOS) was a success at this year's Annual Meeting, with great attendance and lectures that covered a broad spectrum including the diagnosis and management of PCOS, cardiometabolic risks, the newest developments regarding genetics, insulin resistance and treatment, and androgen deficiency in males. The symposium was co-chaired by Walter Futterweit, MD, and Neil F. Goodman, MD. Both are renowned experts in the area of androgen excess and deficiency, with Dr. Futterweit serving as President of AE-PCOS from 2011–2012.
Ann Int Med Aug 2012 157:296
This article discusses the need for humanity in all physicians no matter what type of patient they are treating. It is the grail of compassion and being a doctor.
An educational presentation by Dr. Walter Futterweit