have entered a new era where older people make up the greatest
percentage of America’s population and baby boomers make
up the core of Advance Therapy’s patient base. When the
first US Census was taken in 1790, half the population was under
age sixteen. In 1990, less than one-fourth of the population was
under age sixteen. Today there are 78 million American baby boomers
comprising one-third of the U.S. population. During the next 20
years, the number of 50 plus Americans will grow by a whopping
40 million people. Baby boomers are becoming increasingly aware
of anti-aging programs and will stop at nothing to get the results
and benefits they desire.
in the field of anti-aging Medicine is doubling every 3-5 years.
The explosion of knowledge, coupled with advancing technology,
will push the field of anti-aging medicine into the forefront
of one of the most demanded and needed specialties in medicine.
Anti-aging medicine is a clinical specialty that goes beyond the
concept of preventive health care to embrace the early detection,
prevention and reversal of age related diseases. Anti-aging medicine
has accelerated the pace of advancements in health promotion and
prevention and is the most important new model for health care