antiAgingAntiaging medicine is the application of medical technologies for the early detection, prevention, treatment and reversal of the three age-related “D”s- dysfunction, disorders and disease.

As an extension of preventive health care, antiaging medicine it is the next great model of healthcare for the new millennium.

If you have had your cholesterol tested, ever taken identical hormones, or have had oxygen therapies then you have experienced antiaging medicine. 90% of all adult illnesses are due to the degenerative process of aging and mitochondrial decay. This includes heart disease, most cancers, adult onset diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, autoimmune disease, glaucoma, and Alzheimer’s to name a few.

With early detection and appropriate intervention, most of these diseases can be prevented, cured, or have the downward course reversed.

Anyone over the age of 30 or 40 years know that they can’t perform the way they used to. This is often true both physically and mentally. It’s a real person who can do more or do it better at age 50 then they could at 30 but all do wish for that.

When we break this down in terms of objective science, we can see that as people age, their skin loses its elasticity, there thinking is slower, or memory not as accurate, or the hormone levels have fallen or their aches and pains are more. In short, aging causes measurable changes in people. We now know with antiaging scientific breakthroughs, many of these functions can be improved and sometimes restored completely – or at least so much that a person at 60 will remark, “I now feel like I’m 35 again! “

By restoring gut health, hormone levels, restoring vitamin and mineral levels, restoring mitochondria to their previous youth and function, by removing toxins from the body and reducing body fat while increasingly lean body tissue, we can anti-age someone.

Modalities for anti aging

  • pulse electro magnetic field therapy
  • ozone sauna
  • bio identical hormone replacement
  • oxygen therapies
  • Chelation
  • Detoxification treatments

Aesthetics

  • Vampire facelift (micro needling)
  • Botox
  • Juviderm
  • Facial peels
  • Spider veins

 

Related Conditions

arthritisArthritis Osteoarthritis (OA)   Osteoarthritis is a chronic disease affects some 27 million Americans. OA is characterized by the breakdown of cartilage – the part of a joint that cushions the ends of the bones and allows easy movement. As cartilage deteriorates, bones begin to rub against one another which can result in stiffness and pain.

Blood Pressure Problems   A normal measurement for an adult is about 120 over 80 (though blood pressure varies slightly throughout the day depending on what you are doing). However, systolic pressures of 100-140 and diastolic measurements of 60-90 are usually considered within normal bounds. Abnormally high blood pressure is known as hypertension; low blood pressure is called hypotension.

Prostate Problems   Detection of Prostate problems is tricky because of where the prostate is located. It is a bulb-shaped gland that goes round the urethra just where it leaves the bladder, so when it swells up urination becomes a problem.

Cancer   Whether you decide to do traditional chemotherapy to treat your cancer, or you decide to go for alternative cancer care, we can coach you on the proper nutrition so that you can get better faster.

 

Related Therapies

 

Detoxification

The need to clear out and clean up all the systems of the body becomes increasingly pressing in this modern age.

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Best Foods for Your Anti-Aging Diet

From WebMD: From your brain to your bones, what you eat matters. So help yourself to some age-defying foods. “What you eat makes a huge difference in how you age and how you feel,” dietitian Manuel Villacorta says.

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