Dr. Dov Rand received his Medical degree from Howard University. He interned at Saint Barnabas Medical Center and completed his residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center. The last 15 years Dr. Rand has been practicing as a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist.
At his clinics, the Healthy Aging Medical Centers Dr. Rand works to minimize the effects of aging through integrated therapies. An example of an integrated therapy would be a weight loss program that includes a regimen of diet and exercise combined with supplements delivered intravenously to speed up the metabolic process. Both the physical and emotional causes of weight gain are addressed at the Healthy Aging Medical Centers.
Dr. Dov Rand believes that patient education is the key to positive treatment outcomes. He is equally committed to continuing his own education. He makes personal research and studying the latest innovations in regenerative medicine a part of his daily routine. By understanding how aging affects the body and how Dr. Rand’s treatment program counters those effects patients will be more likely to commit to the program.
One of the consequences of aging is a decrease in hormone levels. Hormones help to regulate the body’s systems. For example, when hormone levels drop too low the digestive system can stop functioning properly. This is why Dr. Rand offers hormone replacement therapies. Maintaining proper hormone levels enables the body to better heal itself and can counteract symptoms like depression and insomnia that can often be the result of a major illness.
The hormones that Dr. Rand uses are bioidentical. Bioidentical hormones more closely mimic the body’s natural hormones and tend to have fewer negative side effects than synthetic hormones.
As men age, they may experience erectile dysfunction. Besides the inability to perform sexually erectile dysfunction has other symptoms. These symptoms can include fatigue, weight gain, and stress. As with many of the conditions that Dr. Rand treats E.D. can be managed with hormone replacement and lifestyle changes. Regardless of what they are being treated for, lifestyle changes are essential if patients were to get the full benefit of their treatment plan.