How aging affects performance?

Our bodies become less efficient at channeling oxygen as we age, which is why our mental and physical performance decreases over time. The good news is we no longer have to accept this decline.
At Aviv, we see aging as a disease that can be treated. With the latest innovations we transforms the way people age. We restore youthful vitality with a medical treatment clinically proven to reverse biological aging.

Aging and cognitive performance
Our mental abilities usually begin to decline when we reach our thirties. As we age, we might find it harder to recall things, remember words, sustain attention, solve problems, and multitask. In the later stages of life, this decline in cognitive ability can eventually lead to dementia.

 

Aging and physical performance
We become less able to perform physical activities as we get older because our bodies lose muscle mass and power, and gain fat tissue. Nerve conduction decreases, making our muscles less responsive. And our lung capacity and cardiac function decreases, making it harder to stay active and exercise.

Hallmarks of the aging process

  • Body tissues lack oxygen
    Arteries become narrower, restricting the blood flow and oxygen supply to vital organs – a condition known as atherosclerosis.
  • Mitochondria dysfunction
    Mitochondria are parts of our cells that generate energy for the body. They become less efficient and decrease in number as we age.
  • Stem cell exhaustion
    Stem cells repair damage in our bodies. The number of stem cells we have decreases as we age, and those we do have become less efficient at regenerating our damaged tissue.
  • Shortened telomeres
    Our DNA cells are constantly dividing. Telomeres are the protective caps at the end of each strand of DNA. They gradually become shorter as we get older, and eventually become so short the cell can no longer divide. These are known as senescent cells, and are one of the leading causes of aging.
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  • Get More Out of Life

    The Aviv Medical Program is a multidisciplinary treatment program, customized to meet your individual health needs and goals.

    Your treatment plan is based on the results of a comprehensive set of physical and cognitive assessments that give you and your care team a thorough understanding of your brain and body. The program can include: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, cognitive training, physical therapy, training and dietary coaching

    If you’ve experienced cognitive or physical decline due to aging or disease, we may be able to help restore your youthful vitality.

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  • What makes the Aviv Medical Program so effective?

    Over 10,000 clients worldwide have successfully been treated with the Aviv protocol to date. Aviv’s unique hyperoxic-hypoxic protocol triggers new stem cell and blood vessel creation and increases cognitive and physical performance.

    Our state-of-the-art multiplace suite is a safe, comfortable setting with proprietary tablets and brain training exercises so clients get the most out of each treatment.

Enhancing Brain Performance

If you’ve experienced cognitive or physical decline due to aging or disease, we may be able to help.

Benefits of the Aviv Medical Program

Benefits for your mind:

Benefits for your mind:

  • Better brain connectivity and function (the general health of your brain and how it controls thoughts and feelings)
  • Stronger mental ability, including memory, attention and focus
  • Faster information processing speed (how quickly we complete mental tasks)
  • Sharper executive functions (the set of complex mental skills that allow us to think flexibly, make decisions, and exercise self-control)
  • Improve mood
Benefits for your body:

Benefits for your body:

  • Better physical performance: Fitness, Strength, Coordination, Balance
  • Boost energy, power and stamina
  • Reduce pain (strong anti-inflammatory effect)
  • Improved sleep quality
  • Improve sexual performance (for men)
Benefits for your cells:

Benefits for your cells:

  • Strengthen your immune system
  • Encourage stem cells - the building blocks of tissue rejuvenation – to multiply and migrate
  • Lengthen the telomeres - the protective caps at the end of each strand of DNA. Encouraging telomeres to lengthen is associated with extending our biological clock
  • Reduce senescent cells - known to contribute to many age-related diseases
  • Increase mitochondrial function - the power plant in each of our cells

Inside the Aviv Medical Program

  • Complimentary Consultation

    Meet with one of our board-certified physicians to determine your eligibility for the program.

  • Pre-Treatment Assessment

    A three-day series of assessments, including MRI and/or SPECT brain imaging, cognitive testing, DNA sequencing, dietary evaluation, physiological examination and more to establish baselines and create your customized treatment program.

  • Aviv Treatment Protocol*

    40-60 two-hour HBOT sessions (5 days per week), ongoing cognitive training, physical therapy, exercise physiology, and dietary coaching to address your physical and cognitive needs. *Program may vary based on patient needs

  • Post-Treatment Assessment

    Repeat all pre-assessment tests (except DNA) to gauge progress and results and identify next steps.

  • 6 Months Post-Assessment

    Monthly check-ins with the clinical team to discuss improvements and goals. After six months, an additional one-day physical assessment will measure your continued program benefits and improvements.

Backed by over a decade of research

The Aviv Medical Program was developed under the scientific leadership of Dr. Shai Efrati, Director of the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research at the Shamir Medical Center in Israel.

96% of Aviv clients experienced clinically verifiable improvements in brain function
95% said they would recommend the Aviv Medical Program to their friends
80% said they have reached their clinical goals

 

Age-related decline and HBOT:
Clear, proven research

If you’ve experienced cognitive or physical decline due to aging or disease, we may be able to help.