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Peter J. Dorsen, M.D.

Dr. Peter Dorsen was educated at Dartmouth College, Cum Laude in classics, and the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (Newark). He has practiced general internal and sports medicine for over three decades. As a Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine, he has served at the US Olympic and Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and worked as a physician with the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team. He has written over 300 human interest juried articles, and contributed to several books relating to men’s issues. He is the author of the Vikings Change the Play Against Alcohol and Other Dangerous Drugs, Dr. D’s Handbook: Health, Fitness, Living, and Loving in the Prime of Life for Men Over 40: A Guide to Health, Fitness, Living and Loving in the Prime of Life, Crazy Doctor: Mixing Drugs and Mental Illness, and Up from the Ashes: One Doc’s Struggle with Drugs and Mental Illness. More recently, Dr. Dorsen has been a licensed alcohol and drug counsellor. He has spoken on many sports medicine, alcohol and mental health topics at US and world cross-country and chemical health forums. He currently cross-country ski races at national and international masters cross-country skiing races and currently takes the podium for age-related wins. He prides himself on his vegetarian cooking, carpentry and gardening. He lives in Eagan, Minnesota with his partner, Nada, and their Standard Phantom poodle, Willow.

Peter J. Dorsen, M.D.
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Men Over 60: Don't Quit Now!

Dr. Dorsen, a fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine and retired internist, is a cum laude graduate from Dartmouth College with his medical degree from the Rutgers New Jersey University School of Medicine, and residencies in medicine at Johns Hopkins and Hennepin County Hospital Minneapol...

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