Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
The Clinic’s approach brings together the key concepts of two major emerging areas of 21st Century Medicine:
a) Personalized, Predictive, Preventive, Proactive and Participatory Medicine, as well as
b) Integrative Medicine, which combines the best of “conventional” and “complementary/alternative” medical practices.
The Clinic takes these advanced concepts out of the disease-focused medical context and applies them to health optimization and primary disease prevention in a self-care model. This is different from current health care model practiced in the US today which is primarily focused on advanced disease treatment.
In the Personalized Medicine paradigms, the goal is not only to prevent chronic diseases, but also to empower, enable, motivate and guide an individual in achieving and maintaining optimal health and well-being across the entire lifespan. This intended outcome fully reflects the World Health Organization’s definition of health: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
Fulfilling this mission may offer a novel “grass roots” approach to curb the epidemic of chronic non-communicable diseases in the US by addressing preventable root causes of such diseases on an individual level. The chronic disease epidemic is currently responsible for over 75% of total US healthcare expenditure, and it creates a growing and unsustainable burden on the national economy in both direct (e.g. treatment) and indirect (e.g. lost productivity) costs. This epidemic represents our nation’s largest modern public health problem, causing premature death, substantially reducing health lifespan and bringing pain and suffering for millions of Americans across all racial, ethnic and socio-economic borders.
At RMS, Center for Advanced Regenerative Medicine, we realize that to attain a sense of complete well-being, one must feel healthy and look healthy!
We are Wyoming’s only medical practice specializing in Advanced Regenerative Medicine ( “Anti- Aging Medicine”, “Functional Medicine”)! We offer holistic skin care — healthy skin from the inside out. Our Clinic truly has pioneered a new way of thinking about healthy aging!
This advance means your skin really can look better than ever — no matter how old you are — once you recognize that what happens on the inside truly does show up on the outside. Aging skin is biological — not chronological — and the process can be delayed or even reversed with a holistic, natural approach that includes optimal diet, lifestyle and product choices and procedures. We offer a wide array of medical services and procedures geared to help both men and women achieve this level of totality in health.
This unique combination of breakthrough medicine, science, and modern technology provides us with the opportunity to improve your health, quality of life, and unveil the most beautiful youthful and radiant you; inside and out.
We focus on prevention and prediction of disease rather than reaction to it.
Our goal is to provide the most advanced scientific and medical technologies for promoting health and longevity. Our focus is early detection, prevention, treatment and reversal of age-related dysfunction, disorders and diseases! Conventional medicine only focuses on treatment of disease.
This “health-care” model may reduce the burden on the current “disease management” medical system and complement it with evidence-based, cost-efficient, proactive and personalized preventive self-care.
Our Center’s goal is to make a measurable difference in improving one’s health status through innovative, science-based, “Personalized Health” programs that encourage and enable life-style decisions and other self-care measures that may prevent the onset of debilitating and life-threatening chronic diseases.
Individualized medicine focuses strongly on wellness and disease prevention.
Specific advantages that personalized medicine may offer patients and clinicians include:
a) Ability to make more informed medical decisions
b) Higher probability of desired outcomes thanks to better-targeted therapies
c) Reduced probability of negative side effects
d) Earlier disease intervention than has been possible in the past
e) Reduced healthcare costs
Individualized medicine is about making the treatment as individualized as the disease. It involves identifying genetic, genomic, and clinical information that allows accurate predictions to be made about a person’s susceptibility of developing disease, the course of disease, and its response to treatment.