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Next Health Brings Longevity Centers to Miami, Eyes International

Next Health Brings Longevity Centers to Miami, Eyes International

The 305 is a hot market for longevity services, with Next Health teaming up with an orthopedic surgeon to open four clinics in South Florida

A white-glove longevity center is opening four locations in Miami as consumers continue integrating non-invasive wellness therapies to look and feel vibrant.

Next Health, with a menu of services including NAD therapy, IV therapy, cryotherapy, infrared therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, hormone optimization, ozone therapy and aesthetics, is expected to open its first center in the city later this year. The wellness concept has also entered into a multi-unit area development agreement with Dr. Thomas Philips, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon.

“Collaborating with Dr. Philips has not only been an absolute pleasure but also a testament to our shared commitment in succeeding on the mission of Next Health,” said Scott Svilich, chief operating officer of Next Health. “We have complete confidence in his expertise and dedication to our vision.”

The longevity franchise has existing clinics in California, Hawaii, and New York City, with plans to open in Tennessee and Dubai. 

Next Health founders Dr. Darshan Shah, CEO, and president Kevin Peake noted that they are excited to settle into the health and wellness-focused Miami, bringing longevity services to a broader audience. They founded Next Health in 2016 and are now offering franchising opportunities

“Our Miami community recognizes the growing demand for diagnostic and preventative health solutions, and we’re excited to unveil our best-in-class approach and cutting-edge technologies, heralding a new era in wellness and longevity,” they said in a joint statement. “Having witnessed transformative results in the U.S., we are devoted to aiding individuals in achieving optimal health and well-being, and we are confident that our expansion into Miami will bring about remarkable changes in the lives of many.”

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Franchise partner requirements include $600,000 in liquid capital with $1.5 million in net worth.

Wellness franchises like Next Health continue to expand nationwide as consumers increasingly embrace longevity, anti-aging and recovery treatments. Restore Hyper Wellness, Perspire Sauna Studio and SweatHouz have all inked recent expansion deals and are actively looking to add more locations in the U.S.

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