Anti-aging medicine is founded on the principles of advanced scientific and medical therapies for the early detection, prevention, treatment, and reversal of age-related  disorders, and diseases. It is a model of healthcare promoting health optimization through innovative science and research, thereby enhancing the quality of healthy throughout the lifespan. Anti-aging medicine principles are based on sound and prudent medical care, and in alignment with other preventive healthcare specialties. 

Maintaining an Evidence-Based Practise

A Methodological process to Anti-aging medicine involves obtaining data in order to formulate a scientific and objective assessment from which an effective treatment plan can be prescribed. 

More and more physicians and practitioners in private medical offices, as well as at some of the most prestigious teaching hospitals internationally, are embracing the evolving  anti-aging medical model. The practise of Anti-aging medicine is providing demonstrable and objective results that positively impact degenerative processes of diseases related to aging. Anti-aging medicine is transforming healthcare, to not only a more preventative approach, but health optimization. 

The National Library of Medicine houses more than 3,000 peer-reviewed articles on the subject related to enhancing quality of life, and/or life extension, including the following: Annals of Internal Medicine; BMJ (British Medical Journal); Cancer Prevention Research; European Heart Journal; FASEB Journal (Federation of American Societies for Experi- mental Biology).

This innovative medical specialty is achieving demonstrable and objective results that beneficially impact the degenerative diseases of aging.