Born and raised in South Florida health and fitness has always been Joseph’s passion. Growing up, Joseph and his two brothers were avidly involved in sports. His family proudly owned a chain of gyms in South Florida. After a tragic injury cut Joe’s football career short, he began training at the gym. This is where he met a Rejuvenation Clinic owner, instantly he noticed Joe’s passion, and started him on the journey of Health & Wellness At this point, Joseph did everything in his power to capitalize on health, nutrition and wellness. This is when his interest with hormone replacement therapy started.
Joseph has attended numerous A4M Conferences and obtained his board certification with The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and also received his Certification in Peptide Therapy. Through countless hours of research, blogging on forums, and personal interviews with doctors around the country who are on the cutting edge of the industry. Joe has tailored his therapies to each individual based on their unique genetic makeup, and always makes Health & Wellness a top priority. Throughout his career he has noticed this industry to be extremely sales driven, and has vowed that this practice will be different, putting the patient and their needs first.
Dr. Smith completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Florida. It was there that he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, graduating cum laude. He then went on to attend Florida Atlantic University where he obtained his medical degree. Dr. Smith completed his internship in internal medicine at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, Delray Medical Center, and Bethesda Hospital East. He then decided to leave Florida to enter residency in the field of anesthesiology in New York City. He plans to further study the field of interventional pain management in order to not only be skilled in preventative medicine, but also be well versed in the multi-modal techniques involved in treating both acute and chronic pain.
Dr. Smith learned from an early age the value of life. His childhood battle with Leukemia laid the foundation of his dream to become a physician. During medical school, he became interested in endocrinology. This is when Jordan first began his education and understanding of the practical application of hormone replacement therapy. He understands and appreciates the intricacies of the human body and what it takes to maintain a healthy lifestyle. He enjoys looking at each patient’s clinical picture and long term goals in order to develop a custom therapy for each patient based on nutrition, fitness, nutraceuticals, and hormone replacement. He strives to be able to build rapport with patients and work with them to ensure they are on the path to longevity and vitality.
I am Kyle Holloway, 31 years old, currently reside in Jupiter, Florida. I am a firefighter and former professional athlete. Since a young age my life has been dedicated to performing at optimum levels. Whether that be in sports growing up, through my career as a professional baseball player, or my current career as a firefighter.
In 2010, I was signed by the Tampa Bay Rays to play professional baseball. I enjoyed a three year career until an injury plagued season forced me to retire at the Triple A level. It was a tough hit to take when all the hard work and dedication you put into something is taken by injury. So I then took on the task of learning everything I could about the human body and how to get it to perform at the highest levels, while still maintaining your health. I want to use this knowledge to help people reach their goals and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Kyle is a client coordinator for IV Therapy and HRT at our Palm Beach Hormone Replacement Therapy clinic.
My name is Chase Daniels I’m 33 years old, born and raised in Palm Beach Gardens Florida. I am a career firefighter and health enthusiast. I have played sports all my life, including little league Rec sports, High school football, track and field, cross-country, and power lifting. I have also done a little Jiu-Jitsu and I got into Crossfit in 2009. In 2010 I began competing in Crossfit competitions. I took second place at the regional level in 2011 and first place in 2012. At the Crossfit Games, basically the Super Bowl of Crossfit, I took 16th and 19th respectively.
While training in the days leading up to the 2012 Games, I suffered a left shoulder injury that ultimately ended my days of competing. While that injury was devastating to me, I learned a lot about how to properly take care of yourself. I learned how important rest and recovery is. I learned that nutrition and properly fueling your body is the cornerstone to living healthy. Also, as we age, these things become more and more important. Our hormone levels begin to decline and we become more susceptible to injury, stress, over exertion and other a myriad of other problems. If you have ever had a significant injury, you understand the feeling of depression and desperation. All that you want to do is be able to be healthy again. Just to be able to live a healthy lifestyle. Then the moment you feel better again, the competitor comes back out. You inevitably end up injured again, and the entire process repeats itself. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Giving your body the fuel and recovery that it needs is vital to performing your best. When I was competing I was reckless and I wanted to do every training session as hard as I could. If I didn’t, I felt like I was cheating myself, like there was someone out there training harder than me and the day that I met them, I would lose. I can only wish that I had the knowledge that I have now. There is nothing I can do about the past. What I can do, and what I enjoy doing, is guiding other people in their own journeys. Don’t make the same mistakes I made. Learn from them.
Gabrielle was born and raised in Michigan, but when she moved to South Florida, she discovered her passion for Health & Wellness. Gabby was a multi-sport athlete growing up, and throughout high school. She’s always had an interest in nutrition, staying fit, and keeping her body running at optimum levels. Gabby is currently an undergrad at FAU obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Human Relations and Communications.