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Ageless Medicine

Our practice is focused on enhancing wellness and beauty from the inside out. We promote health through nutrition and exercise, as well as rejuvenation and conditioning of the skin through specialized physician-supervised treatments.

Our overall health has a direct impact on our aging process as well as our outward appearance. Living a healthy lifestyle and taking care of the body is a process that can be learned by anyone with a desire to stay young and fit for life. At Ageless Medicine, we offer services such as medically-supervised weight loss as well as the latest techniques in skin rejuvenation. Our services are available for both women and men.

Dr. Tali Reeis-Martin is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and completed her medical training at Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York. Working in an outpatient setting, she treated chronic and acute obesity-related diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, elevated cholesterol, and heart disease. Depression was also common, along with low self esteem and chronic fatigue. Most of her patient visits involved counseling about eating right and living a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Reeis-Martin realized that most of these conditions could have been cured, or even prevented, if the root of the problem, obesity, was appropriately treated. She then became interested in bariatric medicine, attended many seminars, and became a member of the American Society of Bariatric Medicine.

Dr. Reeis-Martin realized that there was a great need for more bariatric practices run by physicians who would be able to provide the time and patience needed to educate patients and design individual plans for them. Bariatric medicine is her passion, and it is her goal to provide safe and effective non-surgical weight loss.

Our practice is focused on enhancing wellness and beauty from the inside out. We promote health through nutrition and exercise, as well as rejuvenation and conditioning of the skin through specialized physician-supervised treatments.

  • From Broome Obstetrics & Gynecology, P.C.

    Do you offer in-office testing and procedures?

    For our patients' convenience our office offers many in-office tests and procedures. Simple surgical biopsies as well as more advance hysteroscopic procedures, including endometrial ablations are done in our office. Our office is also staffed by certified medical sonographers who perform all our ultrasounds and ultrasound procedures with 3D/4D ultrasound technology. We also provide vone densitometry and urodynamic testing.

  • From Lourdes Regional Cancer Center

    How often should a Breast Self Exam be performed?

    A monthly BSE is recommended for all women beginning at age 20.

  • From Lourdes Regional Cancer Center

    What is a screening mammogram?

    A screening mammogram is a low dose x-ray of the breast. A mammogram consists of two images of each breast. The images are used to detect changes in the breasts of women who have no signs or symptoms suspicious for breast cancer. An annual screening mammogram is recommended for all women over the age of 40.

  • From Southern NY Physical Therapy and Chiropractic PLLC

    What sets your office apart from most other health clinics that treat patients with pain or symptoms due to many different types of spinal disorders?

    What sets us apart in most cases is that at our facility we first take a complete history, and we listen to the patients needs to understand what they are trying to accomplish. After a thorough evaluation, and review of a patient's diagnostics tests, we make sure that the patient understands their problem by first going over in detail what their tests reveal before any treatment is prescribed. Also, we make sure we diagnose each patient properly so they may be put on the proper treatment. I think most people would be amazed on the amount of patients we have, that have been to many other doctors, have had a myriad of tests, were never even told what their test revealed, and have never been put on the proper treatment. A lot of our patients have been going around in circles from doctor to doctor looking for answers and in many cases there may be a simple solution to their problem.

  • From Guthrie Specialty Eye Care

    What is involved in cataract surgery?

    Cataract surgery is one of the most common operations performed and one of the safest and most effective. Surgery involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with a substitute lens. If cataracts are present in both eyes, they cannot be removed at the same time. Your physician will need to perform surgery on each eye separately.

    Cataracts are generally removed in one of two ways:

      Phacoemulsification (Also called small incision cataract surgery.)

      This, most common, type of cataract removal procedure involves the surgeon making a small incision on the side of the cornea - the clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye - where a tiny probe emits ultrasound waves to soften and break up the cloudy center of the lens. The cataract is then removed by suction through the same incision.
      Extracapsular Surgery

      During this procedure, a longer incision is made on the side of the cornea to remove the hard center of the lens; the remainder of the lens is then removed by suction.