Dr. Mary Celeste Dement

Dr. Dement attended Mercer University School of Medicine and Medical College of Georgia (MCG), completing her MD in 1993. Following an internship in Internal Medicine and a residency in Emergency Medicine at MCG she began her career at University Hospital in Augusta, Georgia. There she served in multiple administrative and committee positions to help provide excellent care for her patients and throughout the hospital system.

Although providing emergency care to people in their moments of dire need is a passion for her, she realized that she may be able to help patients in a different way. Despite receiving primary care at the standard, or even exceptional level, she saw that many of her patients continued to return to her ER with worsening diabetes, debilitating fractures and no real improvement in the risk factors that lead to heart disease, strokes and early death. Understanding that the majority of her patients were suffering from the effects of years of poor lifestyle choices as well as genetic influences, she began to seek out ways to make a difference. She began with A4M (American Academy for Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine), earning certification through them, as well as through Cenegenics Institute in Nevada. Combining this new knowledge with her own love of physical fitness and athletics provided a wonderful structure and a new outlook for helping her patients. Making a move in Emergency Medicine, she was pleased to accept a position at MCG (now Georgia Regents University) as Assistant Professor in the Emergency Department where she teaches medical students and residents of Emergency Medicine. She also teaches first and second year medical students Problem Based Learning and Physical Diagnosis.

The opportunity came in 2013 to partner with others and create The Center for Modern Aging. Now she enjoys being able to provide a comprehensive age management program for her patients that encompasses weight management, assessment and direction in cardiovascular fitness, exercise, nutrition and optimization of hormones while working with others with the same passion.

Michael McClure

Michael McClure graduated from Georgia Southern University with a degree in Exercise Science. While attending Georgia Southern University, he was a member of the GSU Men’s Soccer Team. He began personal training in 2005 and has worked with a broad spectrum of clients ranging from wellness and injury rehabilitation to elite sports performance. His knowledge in exercise physiology combined with 8 years of personal training experience make him a patient friendly fitness consultant with the ability to educate patients in a way that makes learning easy, further promoting long-term lifestyle changes and improvements.

Danielle Priebe

Miss Danielle Priebe is a Licensed Clinical Nutritionist and Lactation Consultant, where she works for East Central Public Health in the WIC department. She received her Bachelor of Science from Georgia Southern University, majoring in Nutrition and Food Science; emphasizing mostly on the relationship between Nutrition and Sports Science. She has a certificate from the Culinary Art Institute of Sienna, Italy where conducted researched on Fatty Acids and studied health benefits of the Mediterranean Diet. After graduation she also worked as a personal trainer for various places, educating others of the relationship between diet and physical activity. While working with a large and diverse population, she was able to see that many people struggled with similar dietary issues.  She then received a Masters Certificate in Food Psychology from Spencer Institute, in order to better address the vastly growing food disorders and developing food relationships. Her love for food and its healing powers gives her the drive to stay update on developing dietary research. She describes her passion as a preventive health measure and cure to most common ailments; natures medicine. She prides herself in staying physically active and making her body work for her. She calls Augusta home, where she was raised and now lives. She can be contacted at modernaging.nutrition@gmail.com

Stevie Dement

Stevie Dement, MSM, DSR. – Outside sales, PR, and Corporate Relations; “Being a highly competitive athlete and salesman throughout most of my life has resulted in priorities.  Nutrition, exercise and fitness, in addition to medically supervised hormone replacement, has played a significant role in my athletic achievements, both fighting professionally, on the most elite, world class level and participating in multiple solo and tandem triathlons throughout the southeast. My lifestyle, both professionally and personally, has benefited a great deal due to appropriate hormone replacement, diet, nutrition, goal setting, and realistic medical advisement.

Spending many years in the sales field I’ve learned that when I’m representing something that excites me I can’t help but get more and more involved. In my experience age management is a game changer. It really works. I’m the reigning Bronze medalist from the 2011 World Championships of Kickboxing and I’m 43 years old.  I’m actual proof!

Many of us strive to maintain a lifestyle where we are fulfilled. We can help you to reach your lifestyle goals.”

Todd Barnes

Todd Barnes was born and raised in Augusta, Georgia. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Augusta State University in 2002. Todd’s prior work experience includes finance and managerial roles for a national logistics company.  Additionally, Todd is a commercial Real Estate Agent and manages several commercial properties. Furthermore, he is a commercial pilot and flies for a local privately-held company. Todd resides in Evans with his wife and their two children. He is an active member at Stevens Creek Church, and enjoys volunteering with Golden Harvest Food Bank and Augusta Rescue Mission.