Light Therapy (Photobiomodulation)

Photonx Energy Station

Our photonx device can deliver a variety of different wavelengths throughout the entire circulation of the body through what is called Photobiomodulation, or light therapy. The light is delivered under the tongue to the vascular bed, and comparative studies demonstrate this is the best method; better than intravenous or merely delivering the light over the skin.

Rapamycin Treatment

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Since the beginning of time, people have desired to live longer, to extend their time on earth as long as possible. In modern times the concept of “healthspan” as opposed to simply “lifespan” has been used to clarify the values of truly extending our time in good health.[1] To extend our healthspan and lifespan we

IV Therapy

IV Bag

We offer the best in IV therapy in a comfortable, relaxed, professional atmosphere. We’re focused on patient safety and the efficacy of our treatments. We have been extensively trained by experts and in some cases, the creators of these intravenous recipes.

Pellets for Hormone Replacement


Although there are only a handful of hormones that we focus on for Bio-identical Hormone Replacement therapy (BHRT), there are many ways to apply these hormones. There are pills, patches, creams, gels, nasal sprays, sublinguals, suppositories, injections and pellets. There is a place for many of these applications and it is very patient specific, however some applications provide optimal response in the body more than others.

Heart Attack Prevention


Eighty million adults are affected by heart disease (one in three people) and twenty-Five percent of deaths in the United States are due to heart disease. From 1999 to 2009, the cardiovascular disease death rate declined by 33%. However, cardiovascular disease still takes the lives of more than 2,150 Americans each day, an average of 1 death every 40 seconds  and is still the number one cause of death.  In 2010, coronary artery disease alone was projected to cost the United States $108.9 billion.   Most heart attacks occur because of atherosclerotic plaque but, unfortunately, atherosclerosis often remains asymptomatic, delaying treatment until too late. Prevention is key!