DR. RUBY ANN BERMUDEZ-MAGPANTAY
She is a nationally and internationally acknowledged “Master of Science in Preventive Medicine," having undergone the first European training towards a qualified academic degree with an international accreditation in clinical medicine at Dresden International University in Dresden, Germany.
She became focused on intensified medical research for earlier diagnosis of age-related endemic diseases such as heart failure, arteriosclerosis, arthrosis and osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, malignant cancers, age-related dementia and more by allowing early analysis of individual risk factors such as genetic predisposition, individual lifestyle, and living circumstances. She is also very experienced in targeting modern human struggles such as weight loss, fatigue, depression, anxiety, stress resistance and management, sleeping difficulties, sexual problems, and many more.
She makes use of modern medical diagnostic methods that enable a detailed analysis of the risks of diseases and their development. She is knowledgable on newly developed therapies such as bio-identical hormone balancing and vitamin and nutritional supplementation, for which she underwent advanced training under Dr. Thierry Hertoghe in Brussels, Belgium and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These methods enable deceleration of the ageing processes and accompanying signs of deterioration, and activate and strengthen self-healing capacity.
She has also participated in theoretical and practical training in Regenerative Medicine handling Autologous Stem Cells under Ticeba in Heidelberg, Germany. She also has fellowship training for Aesthetic and Anti Ageing at the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine in San Jose, California. She practices both specialities and believes that by being holistic in approach and by achieving a complete balance within the body’s system, a better physical and balanced emotional well-being is truly achieved.
She is a pioneer member of the World Council for Preventive, Regenerative and Anti Ageing Medicine (WOCPM), a council united for research and development of protocols and accreditation in the practice of preventive medicine. She believes that quality of life is better than quantity.