We offer a multidisciplinary treatment concept, based on regenerative medicine, by combining knowledge of medicine, psychology, and re-education of the body, through training programs in health habits.

Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine Unit

– Loss of muscle mass and physical strength.
– Loss of energy and tiredness.
– Sleep disorders.
– Decreased sexual desire.
– Cognitive disorders – memory and attention disorders, etc.
– Mood disorders: anxiety, depression, etc.
– Control of stress.
– Health habits: diet, exercise, toxic habits (tobacco and alcohol).
– Alterations of the immune system.
– Alterations in the mechanisms for healing and repair of wounds or ulcers.

Endocrinology Unit

– Growth disorder and puberty.
– Thyroid diseases.
– Diabetes.
– Alterations of the cortisol axis.

Climacteric Unit

– Mood disorders – anxiety, depression.
– Control of physical symptoms associated with climacteric: hot flashes, nervousness, hypertension, increased cholesterol, hair loss, dry skin, and mucosa.
– Loss of sexual desire.
– Negative self-image.
– Osteoporosis.
– Endocrine/metabolic disorders – obesity, metabolic syndrome, type II diabetes, thyroid disorders, hyperprolactinemia.
– Sleep disturbances.

Andropause Unit

– Alterations of sexual desire and loss of sexual potency in men, caused in most cases by vascular problems, metabolic syndrome, or psychological problems.
– Erectile dysfunction.

Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Unit

– Multidisciplinary treatment through internal medicine/endocrinology, psychology, and sports medicine.

Phases of treatment

Dietary treatment

Acquiring healthy habits is one of the key points of therapy. Each patient will receive anappropriate diet adapted to their situation, with antioxidant characteristics. The basis is moderate caloric restriction, or failing that, an animal protein restriction (red meat) with abundant vegetables, fruits, legumes, and fish.

Hormonal treatment

Hormonal replacement will be performed if it is necessary to restore the levels of some hormones that have decreased. In the case of postmenopausal women, sex hormones or their plant-based equivalents (Phytoestrogens) will also be given.

Physical exercise program

Exercise should consist of moderate activity, combining aerobic exercise (running, cycling) with anaerobic exercise (lifting weights, gym equipment). Cardiovascular training will be planned.

Mental training

Relaxation and concentration exercises are performed to reinforce memory; also learning to cope with stress. Attention and psychological support are addressed.

Nutritional supplements

Vitamins, minerals or trace elements, antioxidants, and other specific nutrients that fulfill a defense and repair function of the body are supplied.