Anti-Aging

We reverse the signs of aging by prescribing treatments and lifestyle strategies that will leave you looking and feeling years younger.

Healthy aging involves slowing, arresting and reversing the effects of aging. Our anti-aging treatments will allow you to live a longer, healthier life, while also helping you avoid chronic disease.

Testing + Treatment

Tests

Here are some of the tests we may administer before prescribing your anti-aging plan:

  • DUTCH (Dried Urine Test for Comprehensive Hormones): Test your sex hormones (like Estrogen, Progesterone, Androgens (like Testosterone and DHEA), their metabolites and more!
  • DUTCH testing for Adrenal Hormones (4 point Cortisol Rhythm, DHEA and Melatonin).
  • Food Sensitivity Panel: Identify inflammatory foods that may be causing you to feel fatigued, run down, bloated and irritable or depressed. Patients with inflammation often experience weight gain, skin conditions, and dark circles under their eyes.
  • Healthy Living Panel: This panel checks your whole system! We recommend this as a yearly check-up for patients so that we can identify age-related issues early and get ahead of them with preventative treatment. The Healthy Living Panel is a simple blood test that gives us information on your liver function, kidney function, blood sugar, cholesterol and more.
  • Thyroid Panel: Is your thyroid functioning optimally? If not, you may be feeling tired, cold, and depressed. Poor thyroid function can cause weight gain and premature aging.
  • Toxicity and Liver Function testing: We have a variety of tests available for patients with toxicity symptoms (fatigue, headaches, nerve symptoms, mood changes), heavy metal exposure and liver function issues. Toxic burden can contribute to premature aging and degenerative disease.

Treatment

Your anti-aging treatment plan is unique to you and could include a combination of the following:

  • Bioidentical hormone therapy and hormone balancing supplements
  • Detoxification programs
  • Intravenous (IV) vitamin injections
  • Adrenal support, cortisol balancing and bioidentical cortisol
  • Thyroid support including supplements, dietary changes and bioidentical thyroid hormones and desiccated thyroid
  • Dietary consultation and weight loss programs
  • Non-pharmaceutical approaches to lowering cholesterol levels, improving blood pressure and cardiovascular health, balancing blood sugar, and improving liver and kidney function

Common Causes of Premature Aging

We treat them all.

Female Hormone Balance

Balancing androgens, estrogens and DHEA for an easy transition through menopause, while reducing your risk for cardiovascular disease, fatigue, dementia, osteoporosis and breast cancer.

Male Hormone Balance

Maintaining adequate testosterone levels and DHEA, relative to estradiol and DHT to maintain muscle mass, libido, while protecting against cardiovascular disease and premature aging (poor stamina, male pattern baldness, prostate disease and andropause).

Growth Hormone and IGF-1

Human growth hormone (hGH) promotes healthy aging via its anabolic effects and activity of hGH is best measured via IGF-1. Inadequate levels of IGF-1 and hGH may lead to fatigue, low physical stamina, poor muscle mass and bone density, and diminished ability for injury repair.

Cardiovascular Health

Proper cardiovascular function relates directly to tissue oxygenation of the muscles, organs and brain. Cardiovascular disease leads to poor physical stamina, erectile dysfunction, lipid imbalance (high cholesterol, high triglycerides), obesity, clots, dementia, stroke, heart attack, and congestive heart failure.

Blood Sugar Balance

Blood sugar and HbA1c (Hemoglobin A1c) levels should be carefully monitored and adjusted via diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes to prevent against obesity, diabetes and accelerated aging. Glycation of proteins (sugars added to your cellular proteins) as a consequence of blood sugar imbalance can lead to wrinkles, vision changes, kidney disease, dementia and loss of nerve sensation.

Toxin Exposure

This may include heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic – which accumulate in the body and lead to cellular damage. Environmental exposures to PCB’s, pesticides, and synthetic hormones can also contribute to signs and symptoms of premature aging.

Nutrition

Insufficient vitamins, minerals, nutrients, essential fats and amino acids can lead to inflammation, oxidative stress, and signs of accelerated aging (hair loss, fatigue, weight gain, skin changes, nail changes, sensitive digestion, low mood, memory impairment).

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