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Synergy Lifestyle Center Brings New Age Management Program to Bakersfield, CA
Date:5/9/2013

Bakersfield, CA (PRWEB) May 09, 2013

Synergy Lifestyle Center is excited to announce a new Age Management program that is designed to optimize patients’ hormone levels and prevent the physical and functional decline from the aging process. The program is for adults who want to age in a healthy manner and without the typical signs of aging.

This new program comes in the wake of a new school of thought that considers aging a disease and focuses on preventing the signs and symptoms of aging instead of accepting them as part of the aging process. Prevention is achieved by restoring hormones to optimal, youthful levels using only biologically identical hormones.

The Age Management program is designed for middle-aged adults (men and women, usually age 40 and up) who are looking for a better quality of life, to feel more energetic and to lower their chance of age related illnesses (cancer, heart attack, stroke, and osteoporosis), as well as to decrease the physical signs of aging.

When asked why he decided to introduce the new program, Synergy Lifestyle Center’s Dr. Trobisch said, “Treating patients with opioid addiction and for medical weight loss for a few years made me realize how important hormones are in the human body. Many of my patients expressed symptoms of a hormone imbalance (fatigue, low libido, stress and depression, etc…) and checking their hormone levels confirmed the abnormally low levels in most cases. When I started replacing the missing hormones patients described an "amazing" improvement of their physical and emotional well-being. Because everybody was improving I became more interested in bio-identical hormone
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