Nov 30, 2012 by

Dr. David Jeyaraj is board certified in Internal Medicine
  • Do you have age-related diseases? Hypertension, type 2 diabetes, arthritis are common examples.
  • Are you dissatisfied with your level of health?
  • Are you weaker, slower, heavier than you know you ought to be?
  • Do you need a caffeine boost just to get through the day? Is it taking you longer to remember things, or are you suffering from the occasional “mental fog?”
  • Are you starting to get stiff, inflamed, or painful joints? Slight hearing loss and visual impairment?
  • Are your reflexes and coordination not what they used to be?


Generally speaking, people can achieve some success in getting healthy by eating right and exercising. It is better than doing nothing. However, in order to achieve optimal health, a working knowledge of the science of healthy eating and of the right exercises is needed. You need to practice it everyday. You need a a clear picture of your physiological profile to determine hormonal or nutrition deficiencies, and a physician trained in age management can then determine the right supplements and hormones for you based on extensive tests. The physician will monitor your program, too.

Think of it this way. If you own an expensive sports car, you would see to it that it is maintained well. Your body is a priceless asset, infinitely more valuable than a Ferrari and it deserves the best maintenance possible.

If you answered yes to any of these questions,
we can help you.

Texas Age Management Institute

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