Premier Anti-Aging Company Ageology Expands Network with New Jersey-Based Associate Dr. Anthony Cavazos

Ageology continues to help each patient regain and maintain optimum health in spite of aging process

CHICAGO, June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ageology, www.ageology.com, a premier anti-aging medicine company, today announced that Dr. Anthony Cavazos has joined the Ageology network. Helping patients regain and maintain optimum health and address the challenges associated with normal signs of aging is the purpose that unites Ageology and Cavazos. The addition of Cavazos and his institute to the network further expands Ageology's corporate presence into New Jersey.  

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"I am excited about the opportunity to work with Dr. Savage and join a team that is committed to anti-aging medicine," said Dr. Cavazos. "It is very rewarding to help people who are striving to live lives of quality as they age, but facing challenges that make such quality feel unattainable at times. Our goal is to help them change that dynamic and feel better about how they achieve it."

Dr. Cavazos is board-certified family physician with a keen interest in wellness, nutrition and preventative medicine. He has treated and inspired thousands of patients from young to old struggling with low sex drive, obesity and other imbalances in their lives. Dr. Cavazos utilizes both alternative and allopathic therapies in achieving each individual's ideal self.

Dr. Cavazos has been practicing for over 20 years with an emphasis on wellness, nutrition and prevention -- in a word, wholeness. He treats all ages, young to elderly, and understands the biochemical changes that occur during aging. He was an Honors student in Biochemistry at both Albion College and the University of Michigan Medical School. Dr Cavazos goes the extra mile in making one feel his/her best inside and out with hormone replacement therapies and he is also certified to provide cosmetic skin services including Botox and fillers.

"Ageology is extremely pleased to have a physician of Dr. Cavazos's caliber join the Ageology network," said Dr. Paul Savage, founder of Ageology, CEO and Chief Medical Director, and one of the nation's premier anti-aging physicians. "Anthony's commitment to the practice of aging medicine, and the individualized approach required to drive results for patients is the embodiment of our vision for Ageology."

About Ageology

Ageology LLC is focused on the application of integrative healthy aging medical practices that help people regain and maintain their optimal health, despite the changes that occur as they age. The core treatment paradigm involves medical evaluation, nutrition and wellness guidance, as well as hormone and supplement therapy. Headquartered in Chicago, the company is built around a growing national network of integrative anti-aging physicians and experts, but is primarily driven by the vision of its founder, Dr. Paul Savage.

About Dr. Paul Savage


Dr. Paul Savage MD FACEP is a world-renowned physician and acknowledged expert in the field integrative healthy aging, regenerative and metabolic medicine. Dr. Savage is board-certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), as well as, a Fellow of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. He has been practicing anti-aging medicine since 2002. His goal for his patients is to regain and maintain optimum health as the best method for preventing disease. He remains on the front lines of integrative medicine therapies and continues to treat patients personally.

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