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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 Guthrie Cardiovascular Center

    Are statins safe?

    Statins, also known as HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, are highly effective cholesterol-lowering medications. Statins have been studied extensively and overall have been proven to decrease the risk of heart attack, stroke, and other coronary artery diseases that are related to high cholesterol levels Statins have been around for 20 years, and their safety record is convincing. It’s true that nobody knows about the very long-term side effects, which could take decades to show up. But from what we know now, the rare adverse effects are far outweighed by the lifesaving benefits. And, if anything, the studies pointing to potential additional benefits (prolonging life) seem stronger than those suggesting additional adverse effects.

  • From UHS

    How can I find a UHS doctor?

    UHS works with a talented and dedicated group of well-trained and experienced physicians. To find a UHS doctor, visit www.uhs.net or call our free Nurse Direct line at 763-5555 for a referral from a registered nurse.

  • From Family Audiology PLLC

    What are the different types of hearing loss?

    Conductive hearing loss occurs from loss of sound sensitivity resulting from abnormalities of the middle and/or outer ear. This type of loss is common in children with ear infections; once the infection has cleared up, the hearing is usually restored. Sensorineural hearing loss results from abnormalities in the inner ear and/or nerve paths to the brain. The auditory cells and nerve are permanently damaged. This is the type of hearing loss often referred to as “nerve deafness.” Mixed hearing losses are those that have symptoms of both conductive and sensorineural hearing losses.

  • From Roberts Eyecare

    Why should I be concerned about glaucoma if my vision is fine?

    The most common types of glaucoma involve a slowly progressing destruction of the Optic Nerve of the eye. In general, it initially affects peripheral vision in a way that isn’t noticeable without specialized testing. A person with glaucoma will usually be in the advanced stages before noticing any problems with vision. With special testing glaucoma is usually easy to detect in the early stages and it is treatable with eye drops. In some cases surgery may be required if eye drops do not adequately control the glaucoma.

  • From Family Audiology PLLC

    What are some symptoms of hearing loss?

    Others complain that:

    • You have the television too loud
    • You have problems hearing birds or wind
    • You have difficulty hearing female voices or children
    • You have difficulty hearing in groups
    • You find yourself confusing words or making silly mistakes, misunderstanding conversations
    • Other people, or family members, think you have hearing loss