Dr. Hertoghe’s consultation’s goal is not only to treat illness but also to optimize the health of each patient, while trying to delay and even reverse aging.
Focused on bioidentical hormone treatments, nutritional therapies, lifestyle and dietary improvements, anti-aging medicine has the fundamental aim to optimize your health and lifestyle.
Discover through this website deeper information on new medical tendencies aimed at patients who want to take care of themselves and who want to be part of this paramount movement which advocates the search of a better lifestyle, even when you are reaching a certain age.
Who is Dr Hertoghe?
Born in Antwerp (Belgium) on April 14th, 1957, Dr. Thierry Hertoghe practices his medicine in his clinic in Brussels. With his sister, Dr. Thérèse Hertoghe, they proudly represent the fourth successive generation of physicians working with hormonal treatments – and this since 1892 (after Eugène Hertoghe – former vice president of the “Royal Academy of Medicine” in Belgium and Luc & Jacques Hertoghe – endocrinologists).
Dr. Thierry Hertoghe devotes his life to the promotion of a better, patient-oriented and evidence-based medicine.
He does this by working in two directions:
- First, by collecting scientific data on therapies that may improve the quality of life and health, and increase the human lifespan. The information obtained is transmitted to other physicians through medical conferences, books and articles, videos, radio and TV.
- Secondly, by carefully studying any potential treatment risks and teaching others how to minimize these risks and therefore increase the safety of the therapies.
Author of numerous books, Dr. Thierry Hertoghe also travels a lot to take part in numerous conferences and congresses throughout the world. He co-organizes many of these specialized gatherings and holds important positions in several international and national medical organizations (which usually tend to fight against aging). He is the president of the International Hormone Society (over 2,500 physicians) and of the World Society of Anti-Aging Medicine (over 7,000 physicians).