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MAGISNAT Holds U.S. Kick-Off Event at the Georgia State Capitol

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MAGISNAT, founded by well-known Italian entrepreneur and scientist Dr. Matteo Bertelli, aims to become a leader in the United States market in the study of physiological regulatory processes to improve human well-being.

MAGISNAT is one of the first companies in the world to use OMICS methodologies to study the natural processes that maintain the homeostatic health of our bodies.

MAGISNAT presented its futuristic vision of well-being during a press conference hosted inside the Georgia State Capitol.

Dr. Kevin Donato, who was appointed as MAGISNAT Deputy CEO during the last Board of Directors meeting, explained MAGISNAT’s strategies for the United States.

The presentation included six patents focused on the use of OMICS approaches to study major human metabolic pathways.

MAGISNAT introduced its “OMICS Machine,” which leverages OMCIS testing for personalized dietary supplementation and is already available in the market.

MAGISNAT’s major current research focuses on oral inflammation, investigating genes associated with lipedema and appetite regulation.

Dr. Matteo Bertelli

“I strongly believe in the potential of the U.S. market. We found an incredible pro-business environment in the state of Georgia, and I want to thank all the people and entities that are helping us in our establishment here,” said Matteo Bertelli, MAGISNAT’s President and CEO.

“We founded MAGISNAT in order to increase our collaboration with U.S. researchers with whom we have been collaborating and publishing scientific papers for a long time,” he added.

Nick Masino, Charmain of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Kevin Donato

“Gwinnett County hosts more than 600 international and foreign companies. We want them to grow here,” said Nick Masino, Charmain of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.

Deven Cason, Vice President of Economic Development at Partnership Gwinnett, remarked, “We are here to give tools and information to the companies who believe in the potential of our county.”

Andrew Hickey from Partnership Gwinnett, Robin Bienfait and Nashlee Young from Atlanta Tech Park and Jane Caraway from the State of Georgia Business Development Department also attended the press conference.

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MAGISNAT Press Office
info@magisnat.com
+39 – 3489788909

Atlanta Tech Park
107 Technology Parkway Suite 801
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
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Personalized Medicine Finding The Root Cause of Symptoms

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Patients often find Elite Personalized Medicine when they do not get answers for their symptoms. This is what makes EPM different.
Pictured above: Tane Patrono FNP - Images by Jessica Ly

Elite Personalized Medicine’s typical patient is usually someone who has symptoms that their primary physician or physician specialist can’t seem to resolve. Labs and other tests have come back “fine”, yet they feel something still isn’t quite right. There are still unexplained symptoms.

Patients often find Elite Personalized Medicine when they do not get answers or justification for their symptoms. This is what makes Elite Personalized Medicine different. EPM performs much more extensive testing to find the root cause of concern.

Personalized is part of the name for a reason — there are no one-size-fits all treatments. Every treatment plan is created for that specific individual.

Patients often find Elite Personalized Medicine when they do not get answers for their symptoms. This is what makes EPM different.

For example, if a patient feels there may be thyroid issues, the center will run tests for the entire thyroid — how it is working and if it is a potential cause for unexplained symptoms. It is the same with sex hormones. EPM will take a detailed look at a patient’s testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone levels. Thyroid and sex hormones are a just a small part of the comprehensive lab panel each new patient has drawn before their first visit.

EPM can often find, diagnose and help manage treatment for unexplained weight gain, hypo-thyroidism, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, menopausal symptoms, low testosterone for men, brain fog and chronic fatigue — just to name a few. And it is always done with a personalized touch.

A recent patient review reads:
“The doctor I spoke with was very knowledgeable and so down to earth. She never made me feel bad about myself, and I didn’t feel like just a number.”

Elite Personalized Medicine approach

The time and attention given to each patient is a standard but crucial part of EPM’s approach — as equally important as the detailed bloodwork required prior to your first visit. Initial bloodwork includes sex hormones, a full thyroid panel, blood sugar response, inflammatory markers, vitamin deficiencies and all of the standard cardiometabolic markers.

Once bloodwork is completed, the patient will be scheduled for a 60-minute, one-on-one visit with a medical provider. EPM will also require the patient to fill out an extensive medical health history. This will probably be the most personalized medical questionnaire many have experienced. Questions are centered around sleep hygiene, stress load, personal circumstances, sexual health, G.I. health and regularity, diet and exercise, symptoms, goals, etc.

During the initial 60-minute visit, the patient will see that Elite Personalized Medicine listens
to their concerns and uses their health history, goals and questions to devise a customized treatment plan based on very specific needs. The longer visits allow time for more information gathering and all patient questions to be answered.

According to the National Institutes of Health, primary care physicians spend an average of 17.4 minutes with patients. Insurance companies dictate the practice of medicine, ordering medically necessary labs and the length of medical visits. These guidelines are based on insurance reimbursement. EPM operates outside of this model of medicine.

While traditional medical practices may aim to keep patients on the positive side of major medical health issues, Elite Personalized Medicine aims to get patients to optimal health. This may explain the difference in length of visits.

Preventative care and customized treatment

EPM focuses on preventative care by educating patients about early detection of disease. When preventative care is practiced properly, patients can avoid long term disease conditions. Often times EPM’s suggestions are easily implemented and patients can limit their risk of disease.

According to projections from the National Institutes of Health, the prevalence of type II diabetes will increase by 54% to more than 54.9 million Americans between 2015 and 2030.
EPM alerts patients more preventatively about the risk of type II diabetes and where to make lifestyle adjustments to help pre-vent development of disease. Staff aims to inform patients before it becomes a problem.

What might be included on a patient’s treatment plan following a visit? Natural vitamins, nutraceuticals, dietary/ lifestyle changes, and/or medications needs. Further lab testing may be suggested based on the patient’s lab work or symptoms presented. The cadence of follow up visits is personalized to each individual’s needs.

EPM is a multidisciplinary office that suggests treatment such as functional medicine medical visits, chiropractic care, weight loss, hormone re-placement therapy, IV nutrition, IM injections and health coaching. Part of EPM’s options include chiropractic care. Dr. Lee Strickland has been a chiropractor in the Norcross area for 30 years and has helped countless patients with back pain, neck pain, chronic stress fractures, sciatica, headaches/migraines, and even pregnancy.

Elite Personalized Medicine isn’t looking to replace a patient’s primary doctor. The goal is to work together for the benefit of the patient.

How do I get started?

Typically, a patient will send in a “contact us” submission form through the website or call the of-fice directly to get further informa-tion or schedule an appointment. EPM looks forward to helping patients get questions answered and assisting to achieve optimal health.

Specialties

Chiropractic Care
Relieve bone, muscle and joint pain with non-invasive, hands-on chiropractic treatments.

Functional Medicine
Functional medicine identifies the root causes of disease and treats them rather than simply treating symptoms of illness.

Hormone Replacement Therapy
Fix hormone imbalances in both women and men to slow down aging, combat fatigue and improve the libido.

IV Nutrition and IV Hydration
Receive a quick energy boost of essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients with the IV infusion or IV injection therapy.

Health Coaching
Personalized health coaching improves overall wellness, develops healthy habits and achieves goals.

Weight Loss
Customized weight loss planning and fitness programs are sustainable for long-term success.

Elite Personalized Medicine
5270 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 107
Peachtree Corners
770-416-1070

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Every Patient is Family at Innovative Smiles

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Perhaps the first thing you’ll notice at Innovative Smiles at The Forum is that patients are treated like family.
Dr. Phillip Talley

Perhaps the first thing you’ll notice at Innovative Smiles at The Forum is that patients are treated like family.

“We’ve been here in this location for 17 and a half years at The Forum,” said owner Dr. Philip Talley. “I live in this area. I go to church in this area at Peachtree Corners Baptist Church. We always say, ‘Welcome to our dental family.’”

A personal approach to dental care

Establishing a personal relationship with the patient is an essential part of treatment. Down-home care combined with state-of-the-art technology and up-to-the-minute techniques make for a winning combination.

“That’s our biggest thing—let’s get to know you and find out what’s important to you when it comes to choosing dental treatment,” he said.

“This is not a dental clinic. You’re not just a number. We want to call you by your name. We want to know when your birthdays are. We want to know what events are going on in your life. Because sometimes, we have to work around those events, or they might even be one of the reasons you came in,” Talley explained.

The practice prides itself on knowing its patients and being able to educate and clear up misinformation without any gimmicks or unnecessary therapies that have nothing to do with dentistry.

“We’re not doing paraffin wax or giving you massages, but we are checking up on you,” said Dr. Talley.

“When I take a tooth out or if I do a root canal, I’m calling you at home and seeing how you’re doing. … We’re not doing that other over-the-top stuff. But we are trying to do extraordinary things with ordinary procedures,” he affirmed. “We want to go over the top with our customer service because nowadays, many things are automated.”

Putting patients first

Dr. Talley and his staff keep up with the latest trends and often find themselves correcting online research that hasn’t come from reputable sources.

“Not everything that you get online is beneficial for you. And not all of it’s customized for you,” he said.

“We have the patient’s best interests at heart, and we’re not trying to sell you something you don’t need. We want to do what’s best for you long term because the best dentistry is the least amount of dentistry,” he explained.

He added that preventative maintenance pays off in fewer dollars and less pain.

“If we can keep you out of my chair, that’s the best. Unfortunately, most people only come in when there’s a problem, and once it’s hurting, it’s usually a little bit more costly, and dentistry doesn’t get cheaper if you ignore the problem,” he commented.

While much of his knowledge comes from constant training and keeping up with what’s happening in the field, Dr. Talley’s initial experience was working as a dentist during his stint in the Navy.

From a military career to a private practice

“I’m from Arkansas, so I went to a small Methodist school in Arkansas called Hendrix College,” said Dr. Talley.

After that, he attended Meharry Medical College in Nashville. Then came the Navy.

“I was a Navy dentist and did my residency in the Navy in Virginia Beach. And then I was in Japan for two years on a ship,” he said. “Working on Marines and Navy Seals and that whole group is very different from here at a private practice.”

One of the biggest advantages of being a military doctor is that no procedure was “out-of-network” or unapproved by an insurance company.

“There are no restrictions on what you need to do for somebody because money and insurance are not a question. So, whatever they have, you can work on it. You get a lot of good experience. And you get to work with a lot of good technology,” said Dr. Talley.

“I got to put my hands on a couple of things that I probably wouldn’t have been able to do if I went to a private practice at the time, and then just couldn’t afford that piece of equipment,” he added.

His last assignment in the Navy was at Kings Bay Naval Base in St. Marys, GA. His best friend in dental school was from Atlanta and convinced him to try the area.

 As luck would have it, a patient realized he’d be good son-in-law material and introduced him to her daughter.

“And three kids later, here we are,” he said, adding that his kids often help around the office and are active in sports and other extra-curricular activities in local schools.

Oral health relates to overall health

Through the years, Dr. Talley has honed his skills, driving the point home that all health leads back to the mouth.

“Everything that’s happened in your mouth is connected to the other parts of your body,” he said. “So, if you have high blood pressure or diabetes and you have infections in your mouth, they work hand in hand.”

For example, someone with clogged arteries probably suffers from a lot of plaque build-up on their teeth.

“That same calcium or tartar can go through your blood vessels, and it can harden your blood vessels. That’s why it’s related to high blood pressure and heart disease. And when it comes to infection, it doesn’t just stay in your mouth—everything’s connected from your head to your toes,” he explained.

So, if patients grumble about filling out a form for their entire medical history, to get their teeth cleaned, there’s a good reason for it.

“We have advanced cancer screening that we can do where we often catch things early. And, when it comes to more prevention, we talk about brush techniques, floss techniques and things like a Waterpik for people who don’t like to floss,” said Dr. Talley.

Meeting people where they are is a cornerstone of Innovative Smiles’ approach to dentistry.

Innovative Smiles by the numbers:

  • 1 dentist,
  • 6 hygienists,
  • 3,500 patients served,
  • 17 plus years at the same location and
  • 125 years of combined experience.

Innovative Smiles at the Forum
5185 Peachtree Parkway
Building 1200, Suite 201
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
Phone: 770-763-7470
Fax: 770-368-1114

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MAGISNAT Unveils Breakthrough Innovations in Wellness Research at Atlanta Tech Park Scientific Meeting

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MAGISNAT, a personalized well-being and biotech company, held a scientific meeting at Atlanta Tech Park in Peachtree Corners. The event aimed to showcase MAGISNAT’s mission, philosophy, latest research and innovative patents.

The presentations from MAGISNAT scientists emphasized the company’s dedication to understanding the body’s natural healing mechanisms to enhance overall well-being through advanced approaches.*

Matteo Bertelli

The speakers included:

Nashlee Young and Robert Bienfait from Atlanta Tech Park,
Bertrand Lapoire from the City of Peachtree Corners,
Andrew Hickey from Partnership Gwinnett
Matteo Bertelli from MAGISNAT, (MAGISNAT Spin-Off Presentation)
Kevin Donato from MAGISNAT, (MAGISNAT Personalized Approach Presentation)
Gabriele Bonett from MAGISNAT (Innovative Approaches: Treating Lipedema and Targeting Oral Mucositis: A Comprehensive Approach Presentations)
Maria Chiara Medori from MAGISNAT (Branched-Chain Amino Acids for Anorexia and Cachexia Presentation)
Pietro Chiurazzi from MAGISNAT (Exploring the Future: Patents and Spin-Offs in Well-being Presentation)

Gabriele Bonett

A personalized approach to wellness

MAGISNAT’s approach to wellness focuses on tailored dietary supplementation and lifestyle interventions based on an individual’s biological characteristics. OMICS tests, such as genomics, metabolomics and proteomics determine these characteristics.

The OMICS Machine model provides personalized recommendations for optimizing nutrition, physical activity and dietary supplements.*

Maria Chiara Medori

Emerging innovations

During the scientific meeting, MAGISNAT unveiled five innovative patents that address key health challenges, including:

• OMICS Machine: A model that integrates multi-omics data to build a map of the major molecular pathways in the human body. The model can optimize and personalize lifestyle, dietary supplementation and physical activity.

• Genetic Mechanism for Lipedema Prevention: AKR1C1, a steroid metabolizing enzyme, has been identified as a key factor in lipedema susceptibility. Using bioinformatics, MAGISNAT has developed small molecules to compete with hormones introduced in the diet, preventing the onset of lipedema.

• Modulation of Adipose Tissue Growth and Inflammation: In vitro and metabolomics studies have identified sodium cromoglycate, a molecule capable of modulating mast cell activity, as a potential treatment for lipedema.

• Amino Acid Ratios for Appetite Regulation: Specific amino acid ratios have been shown to play a crucial role in appetite regulation. MAGISNAT’s patented approach utilizes these amino acids to modulate appetite.

• Natural Approach to Oral Mucositis Prevention and Treatment: A patented gel composition, that includes Lactobacillus reuteri, a beneficial bacterium naturally found in the oral cavity during early life but present in only 1% of adults. This bacterium serves as a natural approach for preventing and treating oral mucositis.

Kevin Donato

Advancing wellness through science

MAGISNAT uses OMICS techniques to examine the body’s natural processes that sustain balanced health. The focus is on understanding the complex molecular pathways in the human body and investigating natural, alternative ways to restore balance.

The recent scientific meeting underscores MAGISNAT’s commitment to scientific innovation and improving individual well-being with personalized solutions.

MAGISNAT’s patents represent significant progress in understanding the human body and developing tailored interventions that support overall health without relying on traditional methods.

Media Contact

Matteo Bertelli MD, PhD
info@magisnat.com

Atlanta Tech Park
107 Technology Parkway Suite 801
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
magisnat.com

*The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. It is important to note that this article does not intend to provide medical advice, and the purpose of the summary of scientific bibliography is cultural insight. The article does not suggest that natural molecules or dietary supplements have any therapeutic, diagnostic, or preventive properties for any disease or condition. It is not intended as advice to use the natural molecules or dietary supplements in any modality or for any purpose. Only a physician and/or nutritionist can provide advice in the areas of nutrition, prevention, and health.

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