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CENEGENICS CAROLINAS OPENS CHARLOTTE OFFICE
Area's Leading Age Management Physician Announces New Cenegenics Carolinas
Location in Charlotte, N.C.
May 7, 2012, Charleston, S.C. - Representatives from Cenegenics Carolinas today announced that its new office in Charlotte, N.C. is open and seeing patients. The new location is being led by the most experienced age management physicians in the Carolinas, Cenegenics Carolinas CEO Mickey Barber, MD and Dr. Brian Miles.
The new Cenegenics Carolinas office is located at 6135 Park South Drive. Suite 510, in Charlotte. To reach the new Charlotte office, call (704) 945-7125.
At the helm of Cenegenics Carolinas is Barber, a board-certified anesthesiologist and former assistant professor at Tulane University. Dr. Barber and her team of physicians at Cenegenics Carolinas, who implement a preventive approach to help patients stave off age-related disease and maintain optimum overall health, believe that personalized preventive care is of the utmost importance in helping people achieve their health goals.
Cenegenics Carolinas is a medical institute based in Charleston, South Carolina that focuses on "age management medicine" and facilitating healthy aging and disease prevention through proactive, preventative protocols that include a comprehensive program including a low glycemic diet, customized fitness plan, vitamin supplementation and hormone optimization.
Cenegenics Medical Institute has 20,000 patients worldwide - 2,000 of which are physicians and their families. Cenegenics Carolinas is the largest age management medical program in the country and is one of only seven designated Cenegenics centers in the United States.
"The opening of our new Charlotte office is paramount in our efforts to help those in the Charlotte area age well," said Barber. "Our goal is to empower our patients and help them reach their health goals through a customized age management plan that is designed to improve their quality of life."