Dr. Dov Rand Offers His Patients Compassion And His Medical Knowledge To Help Them Heal

Dr. Dov Rand is a practicing physician, medical director, and Bioidentical Hormone Specialist who founded the Healthy Aging Medical Center, which is located in New Jersey. He received his training from the Albert Einstein Medical Center in N.Y., and he is a practitioner of Peer-Review medicine, which means if his work can’t be supported by an article or medical journal he will abandon it. His compassionate bedside manner is known to many, and he is known to be a genuine human being who truly cares about the health of his patients. Many people look to Dr. Dov Rand as a role model, of sorts, and he works to not disappoint them.

 

Dr. Dov Rand is an author, along with everything else he does, and he is currently writing a book with the title of “It’s Not Too Late To Live Past 100.” He doesn’t believe that pills are the ultimate answer to help people reach their optimal health, and he works with his patients to help them better understand nutrition as well as ways to lose weight in a healthy manner. Some of the tools Dr. Dov Rand uses to help his patients include supplements, nutrition, fitness, and hormones, and what he employs in each individual case depends upon the physical examination of the patient as well as a consultation.

 

By employing only the most modern forms of treatment, Dr. Dov Rand has helped many patients who have come to him looking for a solution for their health. Through monitoring his patients very closely to identify what is working and what is not, he has been able to learn a lot about the entire process. His belief is that true health is discovered through integrative approaches, and along with all of the services he already offers, he doubles up as a certified practitioner of acupuncture who helps to relieve pain through the ages old practice. On top of this, Dr. Dov Rand employs a range of other treatments including steroid injections, cortisol injections, nerve blocks, and the HCG diet. Not only does the good doctor know how to treat his patients in order to relieve their pain and suffering, but he also understands that every patient sometimes just needs a caring person to offer them a hand.