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Restoring your natural vigor…


We are dedicated to improving the lives of men through the revitalization and restoration of
mind-body vigor…

Men’s Health Evaluation 360™

Men’s Integrative Wellness 360™

Men’s Sexual Health 360™

Acceptance by men is driving the market for aesthetic and restorative medicine has arrived. The service markets within men’s health on which the Company will initially focus are: (i) Male Sexual Health; (ii) Age Management; and (iii) Aesthetic Medicine.

Men’s Integrative Health Platform
We are committed to the delivery of holistic men’s health solutions. When it comes to personalized men’s health, we strive to address the whole person and to create, through our Personal Health Review 360™. Its purpose is to establish a mind-body aging baseline that identifies risk markers, and provides a reference point from which to design a personal Therapeutic Life Change™ program, including integrative:

Health goal-setting
Requisite medical interventions
Beneficial naturopathic solutions
Care team relationship building
Design of advanced nutritional plans
Development of physical training regimen
A personal web-based coaching program


  Our Men’s Health Group is dedicated to improving lives through the restoration and revitalization of men’s health and sexual function.


Healthy Aging
According to the Freedonian Group Anti-Aging report, demand for anti-aging products in the US will grow 11.1 percent annually. This growth may be propelled by a stream of new and improved products that offer health and appearance enhancing benefits. Fastest gains are projected for memory improvement and sexual dysfunction/impotence products, while botulinum toxin and pharmaceutical active ingredients lead gains by chemical.

This study analyzes the $17 billion US anti-aging products industry. It presents historical data for 1992, 1997 and 2002 and forecasts to 2007 and 2012 by type (e.g., bone and joint care, menopause, sexual dysfunction/impotence, memory improvement, vision care, prostate care, aging skin care, hair loss); and by chemical (e.g., pharmaceutical active ingredients, hormones, vitamins and antioxidants, herbal extracts, glucosamine, botulinum toxin, minerals, proteins). It also profiles industry competitors and presents market share data.


Male Sexual Health
As many as 35 million American men may suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) (National Institutes of Health). About 52% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 have some degree of ED (Male Massachusetts Aging Study). ED is commonly associated with health conditions including diabetes, hypertension and heart disease. Oral ED medications are contraindicated for these and other medical conditions. Diminished erectile performance also results from the normal aging process of the circulatory system.

Sufferers of ED have a handful of treatment modalities available to them, including oral medicines like Viagra, implants, pumps, topical treatments and local injection, or intravenous compound pharmaceutical (“ICP”) therapy. Since the approval of Pfizer’s Viagra in 1998, oral medication has become the most popular of these alternatives. However, these medications are medically-contraindicated in patients with hypertension, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart and other circulatory conditions, which significantly reduces the market. Being in the entire system, these medications can have side effects and risks. Even for those for whom oral medications are indicated, estimates of effectiveness range from 30% to the 70% figure reported by Pfizer. ICP is another common approach, and as a local treatment, may not have the side effects and risks of oral medication.

It is important to note that some of these signs and symptoms are a normal part of aging. Others can be caused by various underlying factors, including medication side effects, thyroid problems, depression and excessive alcohol use. A blood test is the only way to diagnose a low testosterone level.


Can testosterone therapy promote youth and vitality?
Testosterone therapy can help reverse the effects of hypogonadism, but it's unclear whether testosterone therapy would have any benefit for older men who are otherwise healthy. Although some men believe that taking testosterone medications may help them feel younger and more vigorous as they age, few rigorous studies have examined testosterone therapy in men who have healthy testosterone levels — and some small studies have revealed mixed results. For example, in one study healthy men who took testosterone medications increased muscle mass but didn't gain strength.


You may be able to choose from testosterone injections, patches or gels.

  Hormone Therapy
For men, testosterone therapy has been used successfully for years to treat men with abnormally low testosterone levels — a medical condition called male hypogonadism. More recently, healthy, aging men have taken the hormone to boost waning testosterone levels.


The possibilities of testosterone therapy are enticing — increase your muscle mass, sharpen your memory and concentration, boost your libido, and improve your energy level. As you get older, testosterone therapy may sound like the ultimate anti-aging formula. Yet the health benefits of testosterone therapy for age-related declines in testosterone aren't as clear as it may seem. Find out what's known — and not known — about testosterone therapy for normal aging. Testosterone is a hormone produced primarily in the testes.

For men, testosterone helps maintain:

Bone density
Fat distribution
Muscle strength and mass
Red blood cell production
Sex drive
Sperm production


What happens to testosterone level with age?
Testosterone peaks during adolescence and early adulthood. As you get older, your testosterone level gradually declines — typically about 1 percent a year after age 30.


Does a naturally declining testosterone level cause the signs and symptoms of aging?
Some men have a lower than normal testosterone level without signs or symptoms. For others, low testosterone may cause:

Changes in sexual function. This may include reduced sexual desire, fewer spontaneous erections — such as during sleep — and infertility.
Changes in sleep patterns. Sometimes low testosterone causes insomnia or other sleep disturbances.
Physical changes. Various physical changes are possible, including increased body fat, reduced muscle bulk and strength, and decreased bone density. Swollen or tender breasts (gynecomastia) and hair loss are possible. You may experience hot flashes and have less energy than you used to.
Emotional changes. Low testosterone may contribute to a decrease in motivation or self-confidence. You may feel sad or depressed, or have trouble concentrating or remembering things.

Should you talk to your doctor about testosterone therapy?
If you wonder whether testosterone therapy might be right for you, work with us to weigh the risks and benefits. A medical condition that leads to an unusual decline in testosterone may be a reason to take supplemental testosterone. However, treating normal aging with testosterone therapy remains controversial.