Dr. Dov Rand is a physiatrist, a rehabilitation doctor, and a physical medicine practitioner based in Wayne, New Jersey. He is also the founder of the Healthy Aging Medical Centers where he has served as the president since the year 2010. The company is mainly focused on offering healthcare and wellness services to patients dealing with problems that often come as one enters old age.
Dr. Dov Rand went to Albert Einstein College of Medicine and prior to furthering his education at Howard University College of Medicine, he was an intern at St Barnabas Medical Center. Dr. Rand is very passionate especially when it comes to improving his patients’ outcome. He does this by providing educational materials to patients who are willing to become pro-active along their treatment journey.
The kind of treatment offered by Dr. Dov helps one restore health, improves vitality, prevents age associated diseases, and ensures access to maximum healthy aging. According to Dr. Dov, each and every person has both bad and good hormones. Examples of bad hormones include the cortisol which is a stress hormone, and the insulin meant to store fats. The doctor adds that as one grows old, the bad hormones increase as the good ones decrease in the human bloodstreams.
Dr. Dov Rand treats his patients by maintaining the balance between the two hormones. Once the balancing is achieved, the patients tend to regain strength and stamina, and also reduce their chances of experiencing depression often . This kind of treatment is more beneficial in that it reduces cholesterol levels and according to Dr. Dov Rand, the chances of having cancer or even heart disease.
Some of the old age-related diseases that Dr. Dov treats are depression and anxiety, mood swings, andropause symptoms, hot flashes, night sweats, poor memory, mental fogginess, fatigue, high blood pressure, weight gain, insomnia and muscle atrophy among others. Dr.Dov Rand advice is that exercises are paramount for a healthy living. He says so because this helps reduce body fat while increasing lean body mass, which largely prevents diabetes and problems related to human metabolism. The Dr. stresses more on cardiovascular exercises which play a big role in increasing one’s lung capacity.