Dr. Brady is one of only 300 doctors in the world trained in NUCCA spinal care. He is also a strong proponent of functional medicine and is a graduate of the Functional Medicine University and an active member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M).
Solving complex biomechanical, biochemical, hormonal and physiological problems is a passion for Dr Brady.
Dr Heywood is a Miami Native. He graduated from the University of Florida in 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Cum Laude. He continued this education at the University of Florida College of Medicine and graduated with his medical degree in 2014. He trained in Internal Medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital in his home town Miami. Soon after residency, he began to train at South Florida’s premier anti-aging clinics. He has passion for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and a special interest in male performance and enhancement.
Dr. Heywood is certified in the use and prescription of medical marijuana in the State of Florida.
Alejandro Barracos, M.D., referred to as “Dr. Alejandro”, originally trained as a minimally invasive brain surgeon at Harvard Medical School / Massachusetts General Hospital, during his 16 year education from college through numerous medical, radiological and surgical fellowships he has always maintained his eye on the biochemistry of nutrition as it affects health, wellness, beauty, and memory. Now he finds himself at the forefront of antiaging medicine bringing his surgical skills and prestigious educational background to the world of aesthetic medicine and cosmetic surgery.
Dr. Alejandro went to medical school at Rutgers University in Newark New Jersey followed by an internship in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland. Following that he did a neurology residency at Georgetown University, a neurological intensive care/vascular neurology fellowship at the prestigious Washington University in St. Louis culminating with 3 fellowships one in diagnostic neuroradiology, interventional neuroradiology, and endovascular neurosurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital at Harvard Medical School.
Today I can say my purpose is to help others see having a fit lifestyle doesn’t mean you have to completely give up things you love, change your entire life or achieve one certain look. Even if you have being in a tragic situation it is not the end and I am living proof of it. I want to motivate others to be healthy, fit and confident by being an example of someone who makes her health a priority while still have a fun and enjoying life!
Your goals are my priority!
Heidi is the original co-founder of LYNX FITNESS within the US and Canada along with two fantastic partners!
By Dr. Kendrick Heywood on April 20, 2017
Diabetes is a very common and growing widespread disease. Diabetes Type II is known as inuslin resistance diabetes. It is the result of chronic elevations of blood sugar and a decrease in the sensitivity of insulin released from the pancreas.
By Dr. Brady on March 7, 2017
Chronic pain is ongoing, but oftentimes it is manageable (if not curable). How you manage pain on a day-to-day basis can make a huge impact on your overall sense of well-being. Physical pain can impact your mental, emotional, spiritual and social health, causing a snowball effect.