Anti-Aging medicine employs an inside-out approach to tackle the underlying processes that contribute to the external appearance of aging.

 We Utilise:

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement: to address the hormonal deficiencies that in turn contribute to body composition changes such as abdominal obesity, osteoporosis, muscle wasting, loss of skin tone, moisture and elasticity, resulting in dynamic lines, wrinkles and sagging of the skin, as well as cognitive fogging, insomnia, mood changes and loss of productivity in the work environment.

See The 3D`s of Facial Aging – Injectables; Bioidentical HRT; Menopause & Andropause

Low Glycaemic Index Diet

We encourage a low glycemic index diet, high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, to offset the tendency to develop insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome, which are associated with a rise in inflammatory status and cardiovascular changes that contribute to brain and body aging.

Test for Micronutrient Deficiencies

We Test for Micronutrient Deficiencies: Vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and amino acids and recommend antioxidants – to maximize intracellular energy production and reduce the buildup of free oxygen radicals that interfere with cellular membrane integrity and various intracellular metabolic processes.

Maximize Digestive Function

We maximise digestive function with digestive enzymes, check for food allergies,  use pro and pre-biotics to counteract intestinal dysbiosis, (the presence of unhealthy intestinal bacteria producing endotoxins which increase intestinal permeability, allowing foreign proteins to come into contact our immune defences). Increased intestinal permeability is thought to be linked to the development of allergies, autoimmune disorders and an increase in overall body inflammatory status.


Urine and Hair Toxicology Testing:
These tests allow us to check for a build-up of toxins heavy metals, organophosphates, phthalates, and other endocrine disruptors that are thought to contribute to the incidence of hormone-dependent cancers, which can be associated with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and mood and memory disorders (see below).

Toxic Body Burden is the term used to describe the lifelong accumulation of chemicals to which we are exposed to through food, air and our environment. This accumulation is not without consequences, chronic health conditions like autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases, as well as cancer and diabetes, have been associated with ongoing exposure to environmental toxins.

Common Sources of Exposure
Certain foods (processed foods, fish caught in polluted waters, fatty meats, sprays and insecticides on produce); Industrial products (adhesives, Petroleum products (gasoline additives, car exhaust); Personal care products (perfumes and cosmetics, household cleaners and air fresheners; Contaminated soil and water; Cigarette Smoke.