Dr. Deborah F. Harding Bio -
Dr. Deborah F. Harding is the CEO and founder of the prestigious Harding Anti-Aging Center and its subsidiary MD One-On-One. She empowers and motivates her clients to live healthier lifestyles, and experience optimal happiness and health so they can look young, stay healthy, and live a longer active life.
For more than 25 years, Dr. Harding has integrated the best preventive science and technology with her unique diversified medical background, which has allowed her to work with thousands of patients and transform lives. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. As a leading advocate for preventive anti-aging medicine, she is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. She also has been trained in Anti-Aging Medicine, Sleep Disorder Medicine and has earned the Cenegenics certification in Age Management Medicine. As a nationally acclaimed speaker and educator in the field of preventive anti-aging medicine, she proudly serves as a faculty member of the University of Central Florida Medical School.
Dr. Harding’s active involvement in medical research has been critical to her ability to help clients. Her current notable research project topics include sleep apnea, hormonal and nutritional deficiencies, and their interrelationships with disease.
Dr. Harding has been happily married for over 34 years to her husband Victor Harding, MD, and they have six children and two dogs. She has an active concierge medical practice in Orlando, Florida, and takes clients from all over the world. Additionally, she loves to snow ski, play golf, and row.
Dr. Victor Harding Bio
Clinical Research and Education
Our Director of Research Dr. Victor Harding, designs and conducts sophisticated research projects, studying various medical, hormonal, and sleep related topics. He has a special interest in obesity, cholesterol management, and vascular problems. Dr. Harding, a graduate of Stanford and the University of Virginia School of Medicine, trained at the Universities of Florida, Southern Illinois, South Florida. He is a faculty member of the University of Central Florida Medical School and has presented research at national meetings of the American Thoracic Society and The Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. A major goal of the Harding Anti-Aging Center is to further the knowledge of aging, especially as it relates to preventing cancer, dementia, and heart disease.