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The Charleston Age Management Medical Team
Michale "Mickey" Barber, M.D.
Chief Exective Officer/Chief Medical OfficerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michale J. (Mickey) Barber, M.D.,
Chief Executive Officer/Chief Medical Officer
Michale J. (Mickey) Barber, M.D., CEO/CMO of Cenegenics Carolinas is a board certified anesthesiologist who graduated from The College of Charleston, completed medical school at The Medical University of South Carolina, did her residency at Tulane University, and finished her fellowship at Harvard. She also was an assistant professor of Tulane University. During her training and career in academic medicine, she received several awards for clinical performance and teaching skills. Throughout her academic and private practice, she passionately pursued her interest in health, nutrition, exercise, and mind-body medicine. Further studies and certification in Age Management Medicine allow her to combine her unique interests and training to empower her patients to live vigorous, healthy lives at any age. In November 2012, Dr. Barber was awarded the top honor in her field and presented with the Alan P. Mintz award for Clinical Excellence in Age Management Medicine.
Dr. Barber offers an integrative approach to age management medicine while providing the patient with assessment of hormonal balance and overall health and disease risk. Her philosophy for successful aging includes maintaining energy, health and sexual vigor through shared responsibility of the patient-doctor team. Dr. Barber not only teaches her patients about hormonal balance, but practices such balance herself. She placed second in a masters figure competition after beginning an age management program and is a living example of the benefits of the program. She has been featured on television across the country and in publications including: The Charleston Mercury, Shape Magazine, The Senior Sun, The Charleston City Paper, The Charleston Regional Business Journal, The Charlotte Business Journal, and Vogue.
After several years of affiliation with Cenegenics Medical Institute, the association grew into a partnership and the opening of Cenegenics Carolinas in April 2006. Dr. Barber is a Senior Partner with Cenegenics Medical Institute and was the first partner to open a Cenegenics center outside of the corporate office in Las Vegas. Still very active at the corporate level, Dr. Barber serves as the Physician Advisor for Cenegenics Living Online, an internet-based application where patients and staff can interact and closely follow each patient's progress. In addition, Dr. Barber is the Medical Editor of the Cenegenics Pharmacy Newsletter and is also the Medical Director of the Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation's Medical Library. She is a member of the advisory board for the Age Management Medicine Group and often presents at their conferences (held twice each year).
Dr. Barber is involved in and supports community outreach programs such as the Chamber of Commerce, Pet Helpers and Women Making a Difference. In 2006, Cenegenics Carolinas center received a nomination for the "Small Business of the Year" award from the Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Barber resides on the Isle of Palms with her husband, Robert Graf, and her two children, Lindsay and Cameron. She also has three stepchildren who are all grown and living in Virginia and Charleston. Dr. Barber is a sports and fitness enthusiast who especially enjoys dance and golf as well as being a proud mother to two exceptional athletes.
Dr. Randi Popp
Dr. Randi Popp comes to Cenegenics Carolinas following an extensive history as a Primary Care Physician. After receiving her Bachelor's Degree at Vanderbilt University, she went on to medical school at the University of Miami and finished her residency at Georgetown University.
Dr. Popp first came to South Carolina following her residency to work for the National Service Corporation. She first made her mark in Charleston when she helped build a Primary Care practice with 3 other physicians. After 4 years, Dr. Popp left to start her own practice, where she has been for the last 8 years. In 2005, She began incorporating hormone replacement therapy into her practice, and later expanded her services by opening an additional practice: Aging to Perfection in Mt. Pleasant. Dr. Popp has an excellent patient care record with high marks across the board. At Cenegenics Carolinas, Dr. Popp will work alongside Dr. Barber to help patients achieve optimal health.
Dr. Popp is married with an 11 year old daughter and a 13 year old son. She is a big sports fan and loves cheering on both her children at soccer and the Florida Gators.
Charleston Age Management Medical Staff
Carrie began her tenure with Cenegenics Carolinas in 2008 as Dr. Barber's executive assistant. Over the years, her management skills became apparent and in 2010, Carrie was promoted to Operations Coordinator. As such, Carrie keeps the Cenegenics Carolinas office running smoothly and helps to keep patients happy. She juggles a variety of administrative tasks while serving as the local office's information technology, accounting and marketing/public relations liaison. Carrie also works very closely with headquarters to help with operations at the corporate level.
Born and raised in the Charleston area, Carrie left her home on the Isle of Palms to attend Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA. There, she graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts in psychology with a concentration in business/economics. Before joining Cenegenics Carolinas, Carrie worked for the Capital Markets division of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc. in Atlanta as a member of the Institutional Equity sales team, while also handling private client/retail brokerage operations.
Carrie lives in Charleston with her Springer Spaniel, Moultrie. She is involved in various groups throughout the community including the Daughters of the American Revolution, Communities in Schools and St. Michael's Episcopal Church. In her rare spare time, she enjoys watching Jeopardy, socializing, traveling, reading, the ocean and art history.
Patient Services Specialist
Matt Mill handles all patient communications and clinical processes. He truly is the glue that holds the practice together! He processes patient inquiries, pharmacy orders, lab requisitions and results, and manages Executive Health Evaluation days. If it involves a patient, Matt is probably in charge of it flowing seamlessly.
Matt is from Mt. Pleasant, SC and attended the College of Charleston, where he majored in Historic Preservation & Community Planning and Urban Studies. He was raised by health conscious parents who focused on preventative health, which fostered his interest in age management medicine.
Prior to working at Cenegenics Carolinas, Matt worked in Atlanta for a real estate firm. He is happy to be back in his hometown, close to his family. He currently lives downtown and enjoys running, biking, reading, and the beach.
Exercise and Lifestyle Specialist (Charlotte)
Katrina Hall has a background in clinical exercise testing and exercise prescription and has been in the health and wellness field for the past nine years. Katrina grew up in Lakeland, FL, where she played varsity soccer and ran track. Katrina then went on to attend the University of Tampa where she received her Bachelor's of Science Degree in Exercise Science and Sports Studies and earned a minor in psychology. She then decided to pursue a graduate degree and moved to the Carolinas, where she was offered a graduate assistantship as a health and wellness coordinator for adults over the age of sixty years. Katrina received her Master's of Science Degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Clinical Exercise Physiology, where she completed her thesis on "The Effects of a Resistance Training Program on muscular Strength, Range of Motion, and Ankle-Brachial- Index in an Osteoarthritic Geriatric Population." She presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Conference in 2010.
Katrina has worked as a fitness counselor and exercise specialist with bariatric patients for the past 2 years, and also teaches group fitness classes and personal trains various populations in her spare time. She enjoys participating in road and trail races, traveling, going to the beach, and being outside.
Nutrition and Exercise Specialist (Charleston)
Todd Fox, a native of Indiana, has been working and living in Charleston since 2000. Todd graduated from Murray State University with a degree in Exercise Science. He then went onto pursue all prerequisites for medical school, but ultimately decided that he loved being a part of patients' lives when they aren't sick and wanted to keep them healthy for the long term. Since that time, Todd has been perfecting his personal training, education, and professional skills, making him a perfect fit for the Cenegenics Carolinas team.
Todd holds a number certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association at The Cooper Institute. Namely, he is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Personal Trainer, and Master Trainer with specialties in Biomechanics and Nutrition.
Todd lives in Charleston with his wife and dogs. They love all things outdoors and often escape to the mountains on the weekends.
Patient Development Specialist
At Cenegenics Carolinas, Tammy is responsible for leading the business development efforts for the Charlotte, NC office, while working closely with Dr. Nagy and the Cenegenics Carolinas team.
Tammy has spent her career sharpening her professional skills as an entrepreneur and specialist in both business management and marketing. Most recently, she applied her abilities as a motivational speaker and healthcare advocate for a large chain of fitness centers in the Charlotte area. Her passion for helping others achieve optimum health is what led her to join the Cenegenics Carolinas team. She truly enjoys assisting others on their journey to reach and exceed their goals.
Tammy developed her passion for fitness at a young age when she realized how important a healthy lifestyle was to a long, happy, and productive life. Her desire to continuously learn and grow in this area started to grow into a passion for a career when she was in college, attending Southeastern University. She is thrilled to be working for Cenegenics Carolinas where the health and wellness of others is her primary concern.
Tammy is married to Karl Stuppnig and has one son, Brandon. After traveling much of the US while growing up, she settled in Charlotte, NC area where she has lived for the last thirteen years . In her free time she enjoys camping, hiking, making jewelry, fashion, music, and spending time with family and friends.