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Regenerative Medicine Can Reverse Biological Age

Photography by CHRISTINE HALL

IF YOU HAD THE POWER to reverse your age, would you?

That’s the question that Dr. Allen Meglin with Advanced Regenerative Therapy asks his patients.

“Age is the single greatest risk factor for death, stroke, heart attack, joint disease and sexual dysfunction,” says Dr. Meglin.

Developments in science have created a measurement called biologic or epigenetic (vs. chronological) age, which uses biomarkers to provide more relevant health information.

“Biological age can tell us how healthy someone is and even predict lifespan,” he says. “We can use your DNA to predict your biological age and then work with you to live a healthy lifestyle that will help you stay free of sickness and disease longer.”

From left: Robyn Meglin, RN, the glue who holds everything together, and Allen Meglin MD, Sara Jett RN, Tia Gardener MA

An expert in genetic and epigenetic DNA testing, Dr. Meglin can use this information to create personalized treatment plans for his patients that include advanced tools like biodentical hormone optimization, red light therapy, pulsed electromagnetic fields, ultrasound-guided injections, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and platelet-rich plasma and biologic injections to treat conditions like erectile dysfunction and improve sexual health and hair regrowth.

“Patients often come to us when conventional treatments have failed,” says Dr. Meglin. “We don’t want to offer false hope, but we have seen some very encouraging outcomes to otherwise unsolved problems.”

Board-certified in regenerative medicine and radiology and a member of esteemed medical organizations like the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and American Academy of Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Meglin is one of the area’s only medical professionals specializing in regenerative medicine.

“Regenerative medicine is the process of creating living, functional tissues to repair or replace tissue or organ function lost due to age, disease, damage or congenital defects,” explains the stem-cell scientist, researcher and teacher. “This field holds the promise of regenerating damaged tissues and organs in the body by stimulating previously irreparable organs to heal themselves and restore normal function.”

Dr. Meglin is excited about the hope this field of medicine brings.

“After years of treating symptoms, I wanted to shift gears and treat the root causes not just the manifestations of illness,” he says. “I’m most excited about optimizing patient’s ability to heal themselves.”

ADVANCED REGENERATIVE THERAPY: 617 Stephenson Ave., Ste. 103 | 912.403.4203 |