People suffering from age-related disorders often don’t understand what’s happening to them, and what can be done about it. Dr. Dov Johanan Rand is an expert on anti-aging medicine, who specializes in treating the symptoms associated with aging.
While many physicians focus on individual symptoms, Dr. Rand focuses on total body wellness. He provides critical medical assistance for patients dealing with age-related issues in an effort to make them feel vibrant and youthful. His background includes working in the field of hormone therapy, specifically with how it relates to erectile dysfunction, menopause, and brain injuries. Using this knowledge, he’s become an expert in how to assist patients navigate the later stages of life in good health.
Often patients live with treatable symptoms, but are unaware that they can be helped with the latest bioidentical hormone therapies. Using his extensive background he formulates individualized treatment plans that address not just the individual symptoms, but total body wellness. Why? Because often one condition begets another.
For example, men with erectile dysfunction often have associated issues with weight control, blood pressure, stress, and insomnia. Women going through menopause often present with multiple symptoms, such as fatigue, anxiety, and mood swings. By addressing all of the issues through total body lifestyle modifications and treatments, Dr. Rand is able to give people back the healthy lifestyles they thought they’d never see or feel again.
Dr. Dov Johanon Rand works to bring good hormones back to youthful levels, thereby improving the health of his patients. Using bioidentical hormones and fitness and diet therapies are his specialties at the Healthy Aging Medical Center. He founded it in 2010 in West Orange, New Jersey. He performed his residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and he’s affiliated with the Children’s Medical Center in Pompton Plains. Dr. Dov Johanan Rand graduated with his advanced degree from Howard University College of Medicine.
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