Aging Management

Overall, primary care offices play a crucial role in anti-aging medicine by providing comprehensive, personalized care that addresses the unique health needs and goals of older adults, promoting healthy aging, and optimizing quality of life.

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1. Preventive Care: Primary care providers in anti-aging medicine focus on preventive measures to promote overall health and well-being as patients age. This includes regular screenings, vaccinations, and lifestyle counseling to reduce the risk of chronic diseases and age-related health issues.

2. Health Optimization: Primary care providers work with patients to optimize their health and quality of life as they age. This may involve assessing and managing risk factors such as nutrition, physical activity, stress, sleep, and mental health to support healthy aging and longevity.

3. Chronic Disease Management: Primary care providers play a critical role in managing chronic conditions that commonly affect older adults, such as hypertension, diabetes, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular disease. By closely monitoring these conditions and implementing evidence-based treatments, they help patients maintain optimal health and function.

4. Hormone Therapy: Some primary care providers in anti-aging medicine may offer hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for menopause or andropause symptoms. They carefully evaluate patients for hormone deficiencies and prescribe hormone therapy when appropriate, aiming to alleviate symptoms and improve overall well-being.

5. Nutritional Support: Primary care providers may offer guidance on nutrition and dietary supplements to support healthy aging and address age-related nutritional deficiencies. They may recommend dietary changes, vitamin and mineral supplementation, or referral to nutrition specialists as needed.

6. Bone Density Testing: The Bone Density Test (BMT) may be one of the most important tests you’ll take. That’s because it’s the best way to tell if you have thinning bones. It’s important to understand what to expect during and after a BD Test so you can take advantage of all the options available to protect your bone health.

7. Exercise Prescription: Primary care providers promote physical activity and exercise as essential components of healthy aging. They may prescribe personalized exercise programs tailored to patients’ abilities and goals, emphasizing strength training, cardiovascular exercise, flexibility, and balance training to maintain mobility and independence.

8. Cognitive Health: Primary care providers address cognitive health and dementia prevention by assessing cognitive function, identifying risk factors for cognitive decline, and implementing strategies to support brain health. This may include cognitive exercises, social engagement, and management of conditions such as depression or sleep disorders that can impact cognitive function.

Anti-Aging Medicine is a proactive, preventative approach that focuses on preserving your optimum function and quality of life. Through extensive consultation, lifestyle assessment, physical examination, and diagnostic testing, including genetic testing when indicated, we will establish a personalized, proactive treatment plan to combat the degenerative changes that are accelerating your aging process.

Our treatment plans may include use of medications as necessary, balancing hormones and supplements, nutrition as therapy, exercise therapy, and lifestyle tools to manage the unavoidable (but potentially life-shortening) stresses of daily life.

Some of the key treatment services that are available include the HCG Weight Loss Program, BioMeridian Assessment, a review of your Brain Health, and a Cardiology Risk Assessment. We also offer an array of Supplements that will help slow the aging process.

Anti-Aging Medicine is the goal of medicine in the 21st century. Our anti-aging management program is dedicated to eliminate and prevent diseases that accelerate our aging process. Feel better – Live better

These diseases, like heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis, not only shorten our lifespan, but also steal our vitality and diminish the quality of our lives. Risk factors, genetic predispositions, nutritional deficiencies, unhealthy behaviors, and subclinical disease (meaning disease that is present, but not yet severe enough to cause symptoms) are identified. Through our treatment processes, much disease can be prevented, some disease can be reversed, and the vitality that makes life a joy to live can be restored.

Our health care team includes not only our physicians but our experienced nurse practitioner and our highly qualified and committed health care staff work with our registered dietitian, registered nurses and physicians.