With Cenegenics’ established notoriety, we have the privilege of being discriminate in our physician selection. I’m thrilled Drs. Nagy and Popp are now part of our Cenegenics Carolinas family. Each one brings different strengths to our practice.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Dr. Mickey Barber—CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Cenegenics Carolinas—welcomes two new full-time physicians to her growing centers in Charleston, SC, and Charlotte, NC, announced Cenegenics, the global leader and recognized leading authority in age management medicine. Board-certified orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Christopher K. Nagy and board-certified family physician Dr. Randi Popp join the Cenegenics Carolinas team, whose goal is to help patients maximize health and wellness so they look and feel better now and every year as they move through the aging process.
Six years ago Cenegenics Carolinas - Charleston opened its doors as the first Cenegenics center outside of the corporate Las Vegas facility, thanks to Barber, a Cenegenics Senior Partner and longtime Cenegenics physician.
“With Cenegenics’ established notoriety, we have the privilege of being discriminate in our physician selection. That’s why I’m thrilled that both Drs. Nagy and Popp are now part of our Cenegenics Carolinas family. Each one brings different strengths to our practice, yet both are excellent clinicians and passionate about medicine,” Barber said.
Nagy—a self-described health-and-wellness warrior—is not only a strong advocate of the principles and approach fueling the Cenegenics Elite Health Program, but is a Cenegenics patient as well. He joins the Cenegenics Carolinas - Charlotte center as both a clinical physician and Chief Medical Officer.
“I entered the age management medicine field because of my search for the truth about health and wellness. I didn’t want another consensus statement made by people sitting around a table. I wanted to find a trusted resource to learn the optimal way to age and develop so I could help patients feel well throughout their lives—not give them the traditional, ineffective way of treating chronic disease. As far as I’m concerned Cenegenics is ‘the’ organization for achieving health and wellness properly,” Nagy said.
Popp—having the distinction of being the only other female physician at Cenegenics Carolinas—brings to the Charleston team an extensive history as a primary care physician who touts an excellent patient care record with high marks across the board.
“I’m looking forward to working with Cenegenics Carolinas. It’s going to be fun, different and new for me. The Physician Training & Certification in Age Management Medicine program has been tremendous and a real motivator,” Popp said.
Both Nagy and Popp will be phasing out their current practices through the end of 2012 and practicing age management medicine full-time by January 2013.
Physicians can discover the rewarding benefits of practicing age management medicine with the world leader in the medical specialty by contacting Dr. Michael Resnick (702.953.1574) or Dr. Tim Patel (702.953.1577) to learn more about completing a Cenegenics Fellowship in Age Management Medicine and the highly regarded Physician Training & Certification in Age Management Medicine program, offered through the Age Management Medicine Education Foundation and Age Management Medicine Group.
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About Christopher K. Nagy, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Cenegenics Carolinas - Charlotte
Dr. Christopher Nagy spent more than 16 years as a board-certified orthopedic surgeon before transitioning to a full-time age management medicine practice, joining Cenegenics Carolinas. He graduated summa cum laude from St. Joseph’s College, then earned his medical degree at Wright State University School of Medicine (Dayton, OH). After completing an orthopaedic residency and fellowship, he entered private practice. In his growing passion for wellness, Dr. Nagy completed Physician Training & Certification in Age Management Medicine via Cenegenics’ Age Management Medicine Education Foundation/Age Management Medicine Group and founded/directed Your Personal Wellness Center. Later, after successfully helping many patients improve their health and reduce the impact of age-related disease, Dr. Nagy joined the Charlotte, NC center of Cenegenics Carolinas as Chief Medical Officer.
About Randi Popp, MD
Institute Physician, Cenegenics Carolinas - Charleston
Dr. Randi Popp received a Bachelor’s degree at Vanderbilt University, then earned a medical degree from the University of Miami. After completing a residency at Georgetown University, she moved to South Carolina, where she worked for the National Service Corporation. Dr. Popp went on to build a primary care practice with three other physicians. Four years later, she founded her own practice, which she maintained for eight years with expanded services that led to an additional practice, Aging to Perfection. With an excellent patient care record across the board, she became trained and certified in age management medicine via the Cenegenics’ Age Management Medicine Education Foundation/Age Management Medicine Group and joined Cenegenics Carolinas - Charleston in 2012 as a full-time age-management medicine clinician.
Cenegenics® has forged a paradigm shift in medicine with its Elite Health Program, developing a proactive medical approach for maximized health, vitality and wellness, hailed as “next generation medicine” and garnering worldwide media attention. Cenegenics has 21 centers with others opening in the near future: Las Vegas, Nevada (headquarters/2 centers); Charleston, SC; Boca Raton, FL; Dallas, TX; Arlington, TX; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Beverly Hills, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Washington, DC; New York City, NY; Tulsa, OK; Jacksonville, FL; Atlantic City, NJ; Houston, TX; Denver, CO; Scottsdale, AZ; Boston, MA; Miami,FL; Charlotte, NC; San Juan, Puerto Rico. Cenegenics serves over 20,000 patients globally—2,000 are physicians and their families.