Upstream Anti-Aging

Aging starts at the cellular level.

Upstream anti-aging treatment protocols focus on this root cause of the aging process.   New scientific discoveries and technology have enabled us to develop healthy and natural treatments to help rejuvenate the cells of our body so they can thrive. The goal of upstream anti-aging is to turn back the “aging clock” in order to return to a healthier and more vibrant version of ourselves.

By contrast, downstream anti-aging protocols treat the problem after it has occurred.  A good example of this is supplementing men with testosterone to increase muscle mass and sexual function.  The problem with downstream anti-aging is that it does not treat the source of the problem. Downstream anti-aging treatments also have significant side effects.  For example, there is an increased risk of certain types of cancer with testosterone and estrogen supplementation.

Dr. Bleiweiss has been researching and studying the science of anti-aging for years.  He utilizes advanced regenerative, effective and safe protocols. He has developed a multipronged approach.  These upstream anti-aging services focus on renewing and rejuvenating the cells of our body which ultimately slows the aging process, providing us with more energy, vibrancy and positivity.

We Offer a Number of Powerful Upstream Anti-Aging Treatments

Find An Upstream Anti-Aging Solution That’s Right For You

At Alternative Disc Therapy, we’re proud to offer the latest and greatest in medical procedures to help you feel like your best self.

Written by Renée Eckerd at Alternative Disc Therapy

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