An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Dr. Gerald T. Andreoli, Anti-Aging Specialist
About Dr. Gerald T. Andreoli's Practice:
Dr. Andreoli's practice consists of primary care patients treated with holistic and integrative care methodologies. He specializes in seeing adults and children with systemic disorders such as arthritis, fatigue, headaches, bowel problems, allergies, chronic pain, hormone problems, chronic infections and other medical disorders which have been resistant to other treatments. He treats patients by means of nutritional support, dietary advice, nutritional supplementation and lifestyle recommendations. He performs physical examinations, and relies heavily on the benefits of laboratory testing. He performs both conventional medical testing as well as alternative lab testing. He may recommend traditional chiropractic care, by his orthopedic-specialist chiropractic physician daughter, Dr. Christa Andreoli, or other medical intervention and referrals as needed.
Congratulations to Dr. Andreoli on receiving his Diplomate Certification in Anti-Aging Medicine!!!
Dr. Gerald T. Andreoli, DC, DACBN, DABAAHP
After practicing for over 40 years in natural healthcare, becoming Board Certified in Clinical Nutrition, and spending the past year in a medical sabbatical studying antiaging medicine, he has now achieved Certification as an Anti-Aging Health Practitioner.
The American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners (ABAAHP) is a certification program of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr. Andreoli has been a 10+ year member of the A4M (American Association of Anti-Aging Medicine). A4M offers exclusive membership to qualified medical professionals, where they gain access to top-level knowledge of the latest research in anti-aging practices.
These credentials have set him apart from all other physicians and practitioners who may be practicing in this specialty without proper credentials. He has gained the knowledge to allow him to be competent to practice in anti-aging chiropractic medicine.
Dr. Andreoli has successfully passed the intensive examination in the following medical areas:
The American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners was founded in 1999 to provide advanced education, representation, and specialty recognition of scientific and healthcare professionals. Together, the A4M and ABAAHP represent over 26,000 physicians, scientific and healthcare practitioners from 120 nations.
Dr. Andreoli joins this exclusive group, consisting of 90% MDs, 6% DOs, 2% DCs and 2% Misc (PhDs, NPs, RNs, Pas, DDSs, pharmacists and acupuncturists).
ABAAHP Process consists of passing a three-hour written examination assessing proficiency in several areas of Anti-Aging clinical care, with a predominant focus on practical knowledge skills in diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, nutritional therapies, and pharmaceuticals, as well as sound textbook knowledge of endocrinology, neurophysiology, and cancer.