Can you really make me younger?

By Friday July 12th, 2013Anti Aging Medicine

Patients come to me all the time for what they perceive is the Fountain of Youth. But, does such a thing really exist? That depends on what you are looking for.  If you want to look better, that’s something fairly easy to achieve using a variety of cosmetic and aesthetic approaches to restore a youthful look to your face and your body.

If you want to feel better and get that spring back in your step, we are talking about digging deeper into how you age and learning which of your body’s functions are no longer doing the job of keeping you young. We go through a battery of diagnostics and can pretty much pinpoint which of your hormone systems are deficient and which ones of your metabolic pathways are faltering at their job.  Once we under that information there is a lot we can do to restore you to the way your body functioned when you were younger.

 

Performance issues go hand-in-hand with how you feel. When we begin to restore functions that you have lost, you will find that you improve your level of energy, stamina and strength. You also gain mental acuity and find that you tend to forget less and think more quickly.

 

Now, is that really turning the clock back? It’s a matter of individual perception. If you look, fee and act younger – isn’t that the goal?

 

While we don’t literally turn the clock backwards, your friends will tell you how great you look and you will feel the difference.

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