Steve Sniadach Bio 2018-11-13T17:50:56+00:00

Steve Sniadach, MD

Dr. Steve Sniadach, MD started his career as a respiratory therapist in 1975. He decided to further his studies with a Bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Maryland. In 1983, Dr. Sniadach graduated with a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Maryland Medical School. The first year after medical school was spent in surgical residency at Sinai hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He then switched medical specialties and completed an Anesthesia residency at the Monmouth Medical Center in New Jersey. From 1986-2011, Dr. Sniadach worked as a general anesthesiologist and pain medicine physician for Kaiser Permanente in Denver. Dr. Sniadach was chairman of the anesthesia department of Saint Joseph hospital for 14 years and director of Anesthesia education for more than 23 years. He received outstanding teaching and doctor awards during his career.

Dr. Sniadach has spent the last 25 years treating chronic back pain with lumbar epidural steroid injections (LESI) and trigger point injections. Dr. Sniadach realized early on that the LESI’s were effective; however the pain seemed to return after 3-5 months. This led Dr. Sniadach to do research into the effects of an anti-inflammatory diet and alternative methods of treating back pain. Cenegenics Certified in Age management medicine in 2012, he continues to council chronic pain patients about the benefits of healthy diets and the effects that it can have on lowering pain.

Dr. Sniadach is in the active practice of regenerative, restorative, physical, and functional age management medicine. Along with pain and anesthesia, he specializes in autologous tissue regeneration, fatigue, thyroid, adrenal, insomnia and sex hormone issues. “As hormones decline health declines. By bringing hormones back to optimal levels we can optimize health and function.” Dr. Sniadach believes it is important as we age, to increase strength and muscle mass and work on a diet and exercise plan to accomplish that goal. He believes in a three-pronged approach to healthy aging that consists of diet, exercise and optimal hormone levels. The goal of the diet is to decrease inflammation and provide proper nutrition. The goal of the exercise is to increase function and strength and the goal of optimal hormone levels is to provide the cells with the signals they need to optimize their function and health.

Steve Sniadach, MD

Dr. Steve Sniadach, MD started his career as a respiratory therapist in 1975. He decided to further his studies with a Bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Maryland. In 1983, Dr. Sniadach graduated with a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Maryland Medical School. The first year after medical school was spent in surgical residency at Sinai hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He then switched medical specialties and completed an Anesthesia residency at the Monmouth Medical Center in New Jersey. From 1986-2011, Dr. Sniadach worked as a general anesthesiologist and pain medicine physician for Kaiser Permanente in Denver. Dr. Sniadach was chairman of the anesthesia department of Saint Joseph hospital for 14 years and director of Anesthesia education for more than 23 years. He received outstanding teaching and doctor awards during his career.

Dr. Sniadach has spent the last 25 years treating chronic back pain with lumbar epidural steroid injections (LESI) and trigger point injections. Dr. Sniadach realized early on that the LESI’s were effective; however the pain seemed to return after 3-5 months. This led Dr. Sniadach to do research into the effects of an anti-inflammatory diet and alternative methods of treating back pain. Cenegenics Certified in Age management medicine in 2012, he continues to council chronic pain patients about the benefits of healthy diets and the effects that it can have on lowering pain.

Dr. Sniadach is in the active practice of regenerative, restorative, physical, and functional age management medicine. Along with pain and anesthesia, he specializes in autologous tissue regeneration, fatigue, thyroid, adrenal, insomnia and sex hormone issues. “As hormones decline health declines. By bringing hormones back to optimal levels we can optimize health and function.” Dr. Sniadach believes it is important as we age, to increase strength and muscle mass and work on a diet and exercise plan to accomplish that goal. He believes in a three-pronged approach to healthy aging that consists of diet, exercise and optimal hormone levels. The goal of the diet is to decrease inflammation and provide proper nutrition. The goal of the exercise is to increase function and strength and the goal of optimal hormone levels is to provide the cells with the signals they need to optimize their function and health.

About Our Practice

Age Management M.D. is a unique medical practice that emphasizes the enhancement of health over the treatment of illness through the balance of hormones, nutrition and exercise.

Contact Info

7200 S Alton Way #A100

Phone: 303.730.2229

Fax: 303.243.3911

Web: Thank you for visiting!