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Weekend Warriors Take Heed

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WEEKEND WARRIORS TAKE HEED
Baby Boomers Benefit from New Longevity Center


Princeton, N.J - David A. Fein, MD, an expert in preventive medicine, opens the Princeton Longevity Center on Sept. 4, 2002, providing one of the nation's most advanced medical, physiological and nutritional evaluation programs in a boutique-style setting.

"Many baby boomers in their 40s and 50s don't work out regularly, but on the weekends they play a rough game of football or other sport and get injured," said Dr. Fein. "These 'weekend warriors' need to make a lifelong commitment to good health. Our team of doctors and experts, show them how just making small changes in their lifestyle will bring them to optimum health now and in the future."

At the Princeton Longevity Center, each client will receive the most complete medical testing available to assess their current well-being and develop a road map to improve and maintain optimum health.

The Longevity Center offers:

  • Comprehensive physical exam evaluating internal organs, checking for diabetes, thyroid problems, and assessment and screening for coronary artery disease and cancers through Electron Beam Computed Tomography (EBT) screening.
  • Life expectancy prediction through Health Risk Assessments that measure true biological age vs. chronological age as well as assessments of lung function and coronary calcium scores that measure pulmonary and arterial biological age.
  • Nutritional in-depth analysis to improve diet.
  • Measurement of bone health and body composition providing guides on how to properly use vitamins and supplements.
  • Fitness assessment measuring strength, flexibility, posture, level of fitness and how to work programs into busy lifestyles.
  • Genetic analysis, including medical and family history.
  • Women's health, including management and prevention of osteoporosis, pre-menopausal and menopausal symptoms, breast cancer, hormonal therapy guidance, alternative medicine and lifestyle management.

    The Princeton Longevity Center is staffed by a team of top-tier U.S. Board-certified physicians, diagnosticians and experts, providing the highest level of scientific, evidence-based testing.

    "You'll leave our center with a lifelong plan," said Dr. Fein "Much like financial planners, we map out how you can live a long, healthy life."

    The Princeton Longevity Center comprehensive exam takes 5-7 hours. Packages including hotel accommodations and transportation are also being developed for out-of-town patients.

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