Services

Our services begin with a complete medical and lifestyle interview. We take into account all aspects of your health and well-being. We also conduct a physical exam. Based on our findings we order any testing that might be of value in attending to your personal nutritional and/or hormonal needs.

Our services include (see explanation of terms below):

– Individualized nutritional supplements (pharmaceutical grade)

– Enhancing of athletic performance (legal, non-hormonal)

– Individualized intravenous (I.V.) nutritional therapy

– Bio-identical Hormone Replacement

  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Andropause
  • Menopause
  • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
  • Perimenopausal Symptoms

– Weight Loss Assistance

– Botox & Dermal Fillers


Explanations

Individualized nutritional supplements:
Your body may be lacking important nutrients and vitamins due to:

  • Poor diet
  • Disease
  • Age
  • Stress
  • Medications
  • Strenuous exercise

Each person’s situation is different. For example, some diseases or medications can cause certain nutrients to become depleted faster. This is why individualized supplementation is important. Nutritional supplements are not FDA regulated, and therefore quality is not always guaranteed. For this reason, Zayed Regenerative Medicine uses only High Grade Vitamins & Supplements made under the same tough standards followed by pharmaceutical companies. These high quality supplements are referred to as Neutraceuticals. Individual nutritional supplementation can give you more energy and longer life.

Enhancing Athletic Performance (Non Hormonal & Non Steroidal approach):
Competitive level athletes push their bodies to the limit, and this generates unique metabolic demands. For example, marathon runners force their bodies to perform at a level far above normal physiologic parameters. So proper supplementation is necessary to replace reserves, and this requires a thorough understanding of physiology, regenerative and functional medicine. Zayed Regenerative Medicine helps you perform at the maximum level possible with improved recovery times and less chance of injury.

Intravenous Individualized Nutritional Therapy:
A wide range of factors can inhibit the digestive system from absorbing nutrients normally. The causes can be due to:

  • History of stomach or intestinal surgery
  • Food allergy or hypersensitivity
  • Decreased production of digestive enzymes
  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Disease states and stress
  • Medications
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Immune system dysfunction
  • Extreme exercise

In these cases, despite the best diet and oral nutritional supplements, the digestive tract does not absorb the required nutrients.

Intravenous nutritional therapy solves the problem by bypassing the digestive tract to deliver vital nutrients directly to the blood stream. Your cells, tissues and organs are then revived.

Adrenal Fatigue:
Adrenal fatigue is the loss of the adrenal glands’ ability to adequately produce adrenaline, noradrenaline, cortisol and aldosterone. This greatly limits your body’s ability to handle any type of stress.

Some symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue include:

  • Craving for stimulants such as sugar, coffee, chocolate, salt or alcohol
  • Hair loss
  • Facial acne, especially around the chin
  • Fatigue or difficulty getting up in the morning which is not relieved by sleep
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Increased recovery time due to illness, injury, stress or exercise
  • Difficulty with concentration and memory
  • Low afternoon energy levels; nighttime being the most productive time of day
  • Anxiety or irritable mood
  • Severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • Depressed mood; everyday tasks require much more effort than normal

Andropause or male menopause:
As men approach middle-age, their bodies can begin to experience a decline in the production of hormones such as testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone. This process can lead to symptoms similar to those experienced by women in menopause. For this reason, andropause is sometimes referred to as “man-opause”.

The symptoms of andropause can include:

  • Loss of sex drive
  • Nervousness
  • Depression
  • Memory difficulty
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Hot flashes and sweating

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS):
Premenstrual syndrome is a combination of emotional and physical symptoms associated with a woman’s menstrual cycle. The likely causes of PMS are related to hormonal and central nervous system factors. The symptoms of PMS typically occur in a predictable pattern and can include:

  • Mood swings
  • Breast tenderness
  • Food cravings
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability and depression

PMS is very common and occurs in about 3 out of 4 menstruating women. The symptoms tend to peak when you reach your late 20s to early 30s. Although PMS can be severe, it does not have to control your life. Treatment and lifestyle modification can greatly reduce the discomfort associated with PMS.

Perimenopause:
In perimenopause a woman’s body gradually makes the transition from having regular menstrual cycles to the complete cessation of menstrual cycles associated with the natural infertility of aging. Perimenopause can start at different times in life, and even in your 30s you might start noticing symptoms.

Periods may become irregular, longer, shorter, heavier, lighter or even sometimes even more frequent. Some symptoms can be hot flashes, vaginal dryness and problems sleeping. There are treatments available to ease the symptoms of perimenopause. Once you have experienced 12 consecutive months without a menstrual period you have reached menopause.

Menopause:
Menopause means that you have permanently stopped having menstrual periods and have entered into the natural phase of infertility associated with aging. Menopause starts when you have completed 12 consecutive months without a menstrual period. Most women enter menopause between the ages of 40 to 50. There can be emotional and physical symptoms associated with menopause such as:

  • Problems sleeping
  • Hot flashes
  • Fatigue
  • Anxiety, depression or feelings of loss

There are many treatment options for the symptoms of menopause, including lifestyle modifications and hormone therapy.

"); pageTracker._trackPageview(); } catch(err) {}