Anti-Ageing Treatments in Sutherland Shire

We at the Age Reduxion Clinics use modern and up to date technologies with a good safety profile to improve your facial appearance and make you feel healthier and more energetic with our anti-aging treatments, if your hormone levels are affecting you adversely.
 

We have rooms in the Sutherland Shire and the Wollongong area, with our services extending through St.George, and Wollongong too, so contact us to arrange a consultation today.

Cosmetic treatments


We use simple non-surgical procedures that can dramatically reduce wrinkles within days and restore the sagging look of the face.  Even the outline of the nose can be improved without surgery.

 

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement


Many of the health problems we encounter in mid to old age result from the reduced hormone production associated with ageing. Studies show that infertility, premature ageing, Osteoporosis and even Alzheimer's disease and other degenerative diseases could be related to these changing levels of hormones.

Hormone therapies


Our bio–identical hormone therapies can counter the age–related decline in hormones to improve longevity and quality of life.

Dr Alie Ajam LMRCP&S (Ireland)


 

Dr Alie Ajam graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians of Ireland in 1973 and came to Australia in 1985. After graduating he worked for many years in hospitals training in general surgery, urology, neurosurgery, orthopaedic surgery, cardio–vascular surgery, accident / emergency, paediatrics, obstetrics / gynaecology and internal Medicine.

Dr Ajam established the Bayview Medical Centre in 1989 where he continues to practice general Medicine, Cosmetic and Anti–Ageing and regenerative medicine.

He completed courses and workshops in injection techniques in 2003 and commenced working as a Cosmetic Physician. He subsequently completed advanced workshops in facial rejuvenation techniques. Dr Ajam now trains Cosmetic physicians at workshops.

Also in 2003, Dr Ajam was appointed as a Conjoint Lecturer to the School of Community Medicine at the UNSW Faculty of Medicine.

Dr Ajam became a Board Certified Fellow in anti–ageing Medicine in 2008 following the successful completion of a course and examination in anti–ageing medicine with the Australasian Academy of Anti–Ageing Medicine.

In 2011 he was appointed senior lecturer at the Graduate School of Medicine, University of Wollongong. He is involved in teaching post graduate medical students.

Professional membership