Dr. Seema Bonney is the founder and medical director of the Anti-Aging & Longevity Center of Philadelphia. She is dual board certified in Emergency Medicine and Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, but practices patient-centered, not disease centered medicine. Her practice is a lifestyle and functional medicine practice that is committed to helping clients maximize their immune system, prevent disease and chronic conditions, while enhancing energy, vitality, and performance by identifying the root causes of diseases and treating them. Their focus is on optimal health, longevity, and a proactive approach to wellness. Because every individual has a unique biological, metabolic and genetic makeup, which impacts their health, disease susceptibility and immune response, Dr. Bonney believes in patient-centered, or personalized medicine. Instead of treating symptoms in a “one size fits all” approach to patient care, they work to treat causes and create customized action plans and goals that support each patient’s optimal health, wellness, and longevity goals. They do so by doing a deep dive into the patient’s medical and family history, as well as individualized testing so that they help an individual develop resources, habits, and lifestyle changes that will last a lifetime and help them prevent or delay disease.
About Dr. Seema Bonney
Dr. Bonney is a holistic doctor who is passionate about changing the way medicine is practiced. Her emphasis at her practice is based on prevention and wellness, and diagnosis/treatment of root causes of common symptoms such as weight gain, low energy, hormonal imbalances, insomnia, and anxiety/depression. She is focused on helping her patients achieve optimum physical and mental wellness by helping them change their habits and form new healthy ones through her work with them. Dr. Bonney earned her undergraduate and MD degrees through the prestigious six-year accelerated medical program at Jefferson Medical College in conjunction with The Pennsylvania State University.
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