The professional staff of The Life Extension Center is able to draw from a variety of complementary and alternative therapies to design a course of treatment that is tailored to the needs and condition of each patient. Among these therapies are:
- Botanical Therapies:
Botanicals in both natural and extracted states administered orally and parenterally
- Cell Therapies:
Use of allogenic or autogenous cells (stems through mature cells) for treatment.
A health care profession that emphasizes diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine, under the hypothesis that this disorder affects general health through the neurological impact on the organism. Fundamental treatment consists of manipulation of the spine and other joints to relieve the neurological compromise.
- Co-factor and Precursor:
Oral or parenteral administration of substances necessary for metabolic functions. This includes vitamins, amino acids, fatty acids, and peptides.
A central thesis of homeopathy is that an ill person can be treated using a substance that can produce, in a healthy person, symptoms similar to those of the illness. The substance (remedy) used, undergoes serial dilution to remove toxic molecules, but retains the essential qualities (resonances) by the dilutent.
Treatment of a diseased organ by the use of cells or cell products taken from similar organs of healthy, medical grade animals, such as intravenous immunoglobulin. This includes cell extracts, cell concentrates, glandular, Live Cell treatment, and Cytoplasmatic Therapy.
- Nutraceutical Therapies:
Any food or food ingredient that provides medical or health benefits including the prevention and treatment of disease.
Evaluation and Treatment Plan
Our patients bring a variety of difficult and unique conditions to the Life Extension Center. Each is provided a customized and unique course of treatment using complementary therapies best suited to his or her condition. This course of treatment is based on a detailed evaluation which may include:
- Evaluation and consultation by Dr. Zabrecky including:
- Evaluation of the body’s current risk for disease
- Evaluation for interfering structural, biochemical and environmental factors
- Review of current treatments of any active disease processes
- Support for genetic weaknesses through prevention to help fortify and maintain the body’s reserves
- Education aimed at adopting changes which will reverse the degenerative process
- Recommendations of referral to other physicians or health professionals for co-treatment, as required
- A medical assessment by Dr. Wolinsky-Friedland as part of your overall evaluation and to provide baseline information needed for any follow up medical treatments provided or monitored by Dr. Wolinsky-Friedland.