At the Medical Institute of Healthy Aging with locations in Napa, San Francisco, and Walnut Creek, California men and women achieve optimal health with proactive, preventive, and personalized therapies. At the practice, Paul H. Kim, MD focuses on the cutting-edge discipline of valengerontology, or healthy aging medicine, addressing the factors that accelerate the aging process so you can live longer and healthier lives.
The Medical Institute of Healthy Aging offers therapies to prevent chronic disease, including heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, and arthritis. Instead of treating these conditions once they’ve set in, Dr. Kim and his team help prevent them from developing in the first place. The practice is the first in the East Bay area to offer young blood plasma treatments.
As a result of anti-aging treatments, men and women experience improvements in muscle tone, decreases in body fat, the ability to manage stress better, enhanced sleep quality and improved mental acuity. Other important benefits include increased physical and sexual vitality and potentially improved insulin balance and lowered cholesterol levels.
To extend the quality and quantity of your years, trust Dr. Kim and the experts at the offices of the Medical Institute of Healthy Aging. Call today or schedule a consultation online to learn how you can live a long and healthy life.
Our Healthy Aging Programs are based on solid science.
Dr. Paul Kim is the first Board Certified Regenerative Medicine physician in the San Francisco/East Bay area and the first physician in the East Bay to do Young Blood Plasma treatments clinically.
"Dr. Kim helped my fiancee lose 20 pounds. He was always responsive, and the staff has been so nice and helpful."
"Dr. Paul Kim has been my doctor for 11 years now. He partners with you for real healing, getting down to the cause of the problem rather than just medicating symptoms."
"I went to Dr. Kim for some botox and i loved him! he explained to me everything before hand and i felt very comfortable in this office. His nurses are very supportive."