Physiatry is a field of medicine with doctors who are hoping to enhance their patient’s quality of life and increase modality and functionality in the body. The field of Physical Medicine was accepted by the American Medical Association in 1947 and at the time only around 80 physicians were board certified. Patients who look to this field for answers are often suffering from afflictions of the muscular, skeletal and nervous systems, although other multifaceted diseases can also be treated. Physiatrists use a variety of information gained from other more specific fields as well as some alternative medicines, to treat the patient in a more holistic fashion. Dr. Johanan Rand is one of the doctors using physiatry to help his patients.

 

Dr. Johanan Rand studied medicine at the Albert Finstein Medical Center in New York. When he graduated he started his own practice in New Jersey. At these centers are entitled the Healthy Aging Medical Centers, Dr. Rand uses innovative and state of the art procedures to help his patients achieve peak health. At his centers, Dr. Rand is treating ailments such as depression, insomnia and many more. The centers create custom treatment plans for each patient. The goal of these treatments are to heal the individual while avoiding new ailments and increasing the patient’s complete value of life. Dr. Rand is known as an advocate for his patients, avidly campaigning for their well-being and rights.

 

Dr. Johanan Rand often sees patients that have had little success in traditional medical facilities that have treated their ailments. In recent years bioidentical hormone therapies have gained traction, where synthetic hormones are used to treat imbalances in patients. The hormones that Dr. Rand employs are compatible to the distinct natural hormones of each patient. As with any well rounded health regimen, Dr. Rand suggests increased fitness and nutrition to benefits the patient and avoid unnecessary prescriptions. Dr. Johanan Rand offers an alternative option to those seeking help for their complicated medical issues. Patients should always advocate for their own health, and with that find doctors and fields that they are comfortable with.