Ever wondered how old your body is? Find out your biological age today!
Our chronological age is the number of years that have passed since our birth. Your biological age tells you how old your cells really are. This is influenced by lifestyle, eating habits and how your body feels and functions, which indicates our true age.
Knowing your biological age can help you tend to your body and work on reversing negative changes to your health. The TruAge test gives patients and physicians a single metric to target and a marker that is indicative of your health!
The results come in an easy-to-read and detailed report that needs no follow-up doctor’s appointment. However, if you wish to discuss your results with the doctor, an appointment can be made.
For more information, please call our office at (619) 795-6700 or visit ManageYourAge.com to schedule an appointment today!
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