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Date:4/19/2010

executives and professionals working in Manhattan and surrounding areas. Cenegenics’ goal is to help them better manage their aging process so they can stay in the game longer, being even more productive as the years roll on,” said John Adams, Cenegenics president/CEO.

Since 1997, forward-thinking Cenegenics has made a 180-shift from traditional medicine’s reactive, disease-focused approach to a health-centered, preventive method—attracting international media attention and physicians from virtually all walks of medicine who want a better way to practice medicine, preferably outside the insurance sector.

Case in point is Cenegenics New York’s CEO/CMO, who is a board-certified anesthesiologist.

“I entered medicine because I really care about patients and wanted to help them. However, with the current health system, physicians can’t spend much time with patients and are caught in a disease-based, after-the-fact approach. Plus, there’s a real gap created in medical school and, as a result, physicians aren’t taught how to be proactive, nor do they know how to educate patients on how to do that. Cenegenics fills that gap and restores the physician-patient relationship, which is why their preventive approach first caught my attention,” Otto said.

Like other Cenegenics physicians, Otto is not only a passionate advocate for proactive medicine, but a Cenegenics patient as well. Per Adams, it’s that type of “physicians walking the talk” example coupled with Cenegenics' established protocols that offers Americans a dynamic, unparalleled shift in their medic
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