Returning guest, Dr. Bruce Dorr, MD, Senior Medical Advisor at Biote discusses a patient case study published in the peer-reviewed medical journal “The Aging Male” detailing how a 54-year-old male patient with a spontaneous fracture and osteoporosis achieved a complete recovery of osteoporosis after one year of pelleted testosterone therapy.
Bruce Dorr is a native of Detroit, Michigan. He attended medical school there at Wayne State University and then did his Ob/Gyn residency at the University of Colorado. He did locum tenens work in 12 different states and with the Indian Health Service before serving as an assistant professor at the University of Colorado. He ran the Urogyn division and Urodynamic studies lab.
He then went into private practice in Littleton, Colorado and became board subspecialized in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. He leads the Ob/Gyn department and robotic surgery section of Littleton Hospital and was a proctor for DaVinci Intuitive.
He has served as a medical missionary in Peru and Nepal—teaching, proctoring, and performing numerous surgeries to the underprivileged in those countries. He is an avid cyclist and triathlete and has finished over 12 full and 70.3 IronMan competitions and has qualified for Olympic Nationals competition.
He joined Biote in 2013 and his office frequently leads the country in pelleting almost 600 patients monthly. He helps lead the mentor program and is part of the Medical Advisory and faculty panel for Biote nationally.