Advanced Stem Cell Therapy & Anti Aging Medicine

Regenevéda provides advanced stem cell therapy and anti aging medicine in Chicago, NYC, and Beverly Hills for the prevention and treatment of diseases and skin disorders. Dr. Thom Lobe specializes in regenerative anti aging medicinestem cell therapy, hormone replacement therapy, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, functional medicine, and IV Therapies. Our health care professionals are committed to the individual care of patients with state of the art technology and concierge medicine.

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Our Treatment Options

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cells from abdominal fat and bone marrow are used to treat disease and to enhance cosmetic appearance.

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Early Cancer Detection

The blood test identifies a specific type of protein in the blood, which exists only on the surface of a malignant cancer cell.

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Anti Aging Medicine

Going beyond simple prevention and slowing the aging process, we specialize in restoring your youth and vitality.

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IV Therapies

IV Therapies are quickly circulated through your bloodstream, where they are immediately available for use.

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Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Aging occurs when hormonal levels decline. HRT & BHRT can help to restore levels to their optimal concentration.

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Medical Aesthetics

Receive body sculpting with Cellupulse, Exilis Elite, and PureLipo. Facial rejuvination with Dermapen, injectable fillers, and laser treatments.

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Genetic Analysis

Epigenetics analysis is the study of heritable changes that are distinct from changes in DNA sequence. Epigenetic therapy and epigenetic diet help with your overall health.

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Weight Management

Dr. Lobe offers a weight loss program with nutritional and hormonal levels analysis for the best weight management program to make you thin and healthy.

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FAQs about Our Treatment Process

How is age measured?

There are several different ways to measure age. The simplest is to count the years. But we all know that your chronological age doesn’t tell the whole story. There are 56 year olds who look like they are 40 and there are other who look like they are 70. The best test of aging today appears to be a test of telomere length. As it turns out, our telomeres, the caps on the ends of the DNA strands that instruct the cells to divide can be used to give us a sense of our biological age. Another way to measure age is to look at your vascular reactivity. The greater the flexibility and thus reactivity, the younger you likely are.

How many years can you extend a persons life with anti aging measures?

This depends on how intensive a program you want and are willing to embark on. To help someone look 2-5 years younger is relatively simple. To help someone look, feel, and act 7-20 years younger is a more intense program that once started, you typically do not want to stop.

Can I be on anti aging supplements when I have a medical condition?

We take all health considerations into account when we evaluate and make treatment recommendations. It’s safe to say that everything we do takes safety into consideration. Everything is evidence based, taking into account what are the most effective ways to reduce the risk of disease. When there is any concern or contraindication for a treatment, we will advise you of your risks or advise you to discontinue specific parts of the program.
 

How long should I be on an anti aging program?

That’s like asking “How long should I keep my heart beating?” Anti aging is a lifestyle. Once you start and everyone notices how good you look and feel, why would you ever want to stop?

Are the treatments covered by insurance?

Whenever possible, we try to make use of your insurance. The fact is that few insurance companies pay for prevention or longevity. We are a cash based practice and with the exception of some consultation services, none of our treatments are covered by your insurance.

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