Thursday, 16 January 2014

Dov Rand’s Medical Education and Preventative Care Push

Dov Rand graduated from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, D.C. in 1991. His specialty was physical medicine and rehabilitation, and he became board certified as a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist. Dov Rand then attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University, where he graduated in 1995.

Some years later, Dov Rand developed an interest in an emerging field of medicine called Cenegenics. A holistic idea that age-related diseases can be prevented and not just treated, Dov Rand traveled to Las Vegas to be trained in Cenegenics. He completed is training in 2009 and has developed specialized programs and treatments for his patients at Healthy Aging Medical Centers in West Orange, New Jersey.

Dov Rand is a leader in his field. He stays on top of his field’s latest research and remains a strong advocate for preventative care and taking a proactive approach to avoiding age-related disease and illness. Most of Dov Rand’s patients are already at a point where they are dealing with the impact of age, but through education, Dov Rand hopes messages about prevention will spread.

Dov Rand encourages everyone to make their current and future health a priority. With obesity, heart disease, and chronic illnesses on the rise, Dov Rand encourages patients to take measures early to avoid these unnecessary health risks. His suggestions for everyone are:
  • Eat a healthy diet
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Stay active and exercise three times a week
  • Quit smoking if possible
  • Get regular health checkups and screenings

No comments:

Post a Comment