Optimal Health Analysis

Acute and Chronic Health Concerns

“Foundational Health” Analysis

This includes evaluating each body system for “optimal” function.  Determining risk for disease, and supporting already known existing disease, is the focus. Obtaining a whole body overview of all system function is the goal. The evaluation process includes a detailed health history, blood lab testing review, incorporation of other test and study results the patient has had (ie. CXR, PET/CT/MRI scans, heart testing, biopsy reports, ultrasounds, toxicology screening, hormone testing, etc.).

The overall understanding is that when all body systems are functioning optimally existing disease improves, and disease risk is reduced or eliminated entirely. Chronic disease effects are minimized, and medication requirements may be reduced, thereby, reducing potential side effects and enhancing outcomes.