about us

General Information

Our society has come to accept that: 

  • Taxes are a fact of life

  • Aging is a fact of life

  • Old age and disease are facts of life

  • Cancer is a fact of life

  • Heart disease and heart surgery are facts of life

Modern medicine and our health care system are able to prolong human life more than ever before. However, long life does not necessarily mean quality life. Do we not want more out of life than to reach old age accompanied by frequent visits to the emergency department, weakness, joint pain, heart attacks, memory loss, incontinence, sexual dysfunction, recurrent falls and poor vision or hearing?

Our acceptance of limits to our lives is rooted deep inside of us. And so it would have remained if not for the few of us who have questioned the above “facts” and tried to change them.

Staff and Management

Our team includes various health care providers such as a physician, nurses, massage therapist, nutritionist and homeopath.

Our medical director is Dr. S. Bergman. He speaks five languages and his training includes a residency in Internal Medicine and a fellowship in Geriatrics. Dr. Bergman is a specialist in Healthy-Aging Medicine. He is Board Certified by the American Academy of Healthy-Aging Medicine and serves as head examiner for the American Academy of Healthy-Aging Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians, Fellow of the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, Diplomat of the American College of Advancement of Medicine (ACAM), and is a diplomat in Chelation Therapy from ACAM, after successfully completing the oral and written exams in chelation.

Dr. Bergman has developed a new theory of aging called the Cell First® Theory of Aging based on Cell Damage, Balance and Transportation. He has also developed the Healthy Aging program offered by Longevity Healthy Aging™ in addition to the Advanced Chelation and Food For Heart™ programs.

Our Goals

We offer a combination of conventional and complementary care.
On a microscopic level, the goal is to protect and improve cell function.
At the macroscopic level, the goals include:

  • Improved quality of life
  • Reaching an older age free of disease, and being able to care for yourself
  • Helping you enjoy your retirement years
  • Decreasing your dependence on family and society
  • Decreasing the economic burden of aging on society