At YoungerMeMD of Philadelphia, Dr. Varano and his team seek to optimize wellness and find the root cause of disease, particularly chronic conditions that are typically treated symptomatically in mainstream medicine. What would you prefer: to be cured of a disease or to never develop that disease in the first place? Not surprisingly, it is actually much easier—and healthier—to prevent disease than to cure it. However, the current medical care system is not designed to create wellness or effectively prevent disease. It is designed to diagnose and treat the symptoms of disease in the final or acute stages.
Dr. Varano strives to diagnose disease in its early stages or, even better, help patients embrace a lifestyle that actually prevents disease. To accomplish this, he uses functional medicine practices to identify the root cause of symptoms and body distress. His treatment plans are focused on effective, long-term solutions, including bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, tailored fitness and nutrition plans, as well as the targeted use of high-grade supplements and scientifically-tested natural medicines. This comprehensive approach offers patients sustainable success and often avoids a life of taking pharmaceutical prescriptions for every ailment day after day.
The YoungerMeMD team can help you achieve optimal wellness at any age. You can get expert care for healthy aging through advanced therapies and dynamic strategies, such as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, platelet rich plasma therapy, testosterone pellet therapy, weight loss, testing for food sensitivities, custom nutrition plans, detoxification, and much more. Dr. Varano and his team provide the means for each and every patient to reach their goals and enjoy a happier, healthier, higher quality of life.
As medical director of YoungerMeMD and BodyLogicMD of Philadelphia, I dedicate my practice to anti-aging, sexual health, preventive medicine, and helping men and women find relief from symptoms of perimenopause, menopause, andropause (the male menopause), adrenal fatigue, and thyroid disorders. I treat Hormonal imbalance, stomach and intestinal disorders, male and female sexual dysfunction, nutritional deficiencies, heavy metal and toxicity disorders, and Neurotransmitter imbalances. I also use 21st-century treatments for cancer prevention and heart disease prevention, which are the two biggest threats to long life. . . . .Read more about Dr. Kenneth Varano
As office manager of YoungerMeMD & BodylogicMD of Philadelphia, Ashley manages the overall operations, while providing patient education and support. Ashley grew up outside of Philadelphia and has worked in the health, wellness, and spa industry for over nine years. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Healthcare Management from Chestnut Hill College. She started her career as a Front Desk lead at an award-winning, Philadelphia spa and then moved into the role of Spa Director of a Medical spa in Wayne and a boutique spa in Ambler, PA. . . .Read more about Ashley Harris
As executive assistant of YoungerMeMD & BodylogicMD of Philadelphia, Jessica acts as the communicative bridge for patient and physician communication. Jessica is responsible for managing and maintaining patient charts. She also works as the executive assistant to the physician, seeking out future opportunities for the practice. Jessica grew up locally and graduated from Penn Foster Online School, working previously in customer service and restaurant management. . . .Read more about Jessica Kresge
As the Medical Esthetician for Youngermemd, Lisa is committed to rejuvenating aging skin so that patient’s look and feel their best. With a mindful and friendly approach, Lisa customizes each patient’s skin care regimen and together, achievable goals are set. Lisa has been a practicing Esthetician since 2008. She obtained her license from Venus Beauty Academy in Aston, PA. . . .Read more about Lisa Cirillo
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