Cenegenics Carolinas : Cenegenics Charleston SC
Cenegenics Carolina Medical Institute

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The Program: About Cenegenics Carolinas


Cenegenics Carolinas is a Charleston, S.C.-based medical institute that helps patients manage the aging process through a personalized plan of exercise, nutrition, weight management, and hormone replacement therapy and optimization to improve quality of life, promote longevity, and feel years younger, among other healthy aging benefits.

Headed by CEO Mickey Barber, MD, a board-certified anesthesiologist and former assistant professor at Tulane University, Cenegenics Carolinas takes a preventive approach to help patients stave off age-related disease. Rather than waiting for disease to occur, Cenegenics uses a scientific based program to improve health before disease appears.

Situated within the heart of the downtown Charleston historic district, Cenegenics Carolinas draws patients from across the country looking for a way to maintain their health and vigor while enjoying the beauty and history of the Lowcountry.

Cengenics Carolinas is one of 21 designated Cenegenics centers in the United States. Cenegenics Carolinas was the first center and we are adding new centers all of the time. Based in Las Vegas, Cenegenics is the largest age management medical program in the country and is affiliated with the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Touro University - College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the University of Miami - Miller School of Medicine.

Cenegenics Medical Institute has 20,000 patients worldwide - 2,000 of which are physicians and their families.

Cenegenics Carolinas Patient Demographics

  • Just under 300 patients and growing
  • Ages from 35 - 70 years
  • 68% male
  • Spanning the nation
  • Representing hundreds of powerful industries
  • 90% patients retained on the program each year
  • 25% are medical professionals