The journey to restoring and optimizing personal health begins with a consultation with one of our experts in Preventive Medicine. During your visit with our physicians, they will ask about your medical history and any risk factors that may run in your family, your diet, exercise habits, and any other health concerns that you would like to address, such as improving physical appearance, athletic performance, blood pressure, lipid profile, brain health, or weight loss.
Following the consultation, you and your doctor will determine a screening program that meets your needs and expectations for optimizing your health. This may include comprehensive blood tests, indicators of micronutrient and antioxidant absorption, hormone imbalance, food intolerance, and even genetic testing to reveal potential health risks in your DNA.
Lab results are analyzed to benchmark each guest’s health against established suitable age norms. This includes benchmarking hormone levels across nationalities and different age groups to determine if an intervention or supplement may be advised. For example, a 50 year-old may have testosterone levels equal to that of a 30 year-old or vice versa.
Cell aging via telomere testing can also be assessed in the Prevention and Wellness Clinic. This high technology is used to measure the rate at which the body is aging. Telomeres are found at the end of each chromosome and they begin to shorten as the body ages. Measuring the length of telomeres and comparing individual results against norms indicates the true age of cells, thereby measuring the rate at which your body ages.
Vaccines recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) are also available including the preventive Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV) that protects against developing a variety of cancers, including cervical cancer.
Once all the data has been analyzed and risk factors have been identified, the BDMS Wellness Clinic team will work with you to tailor a wellness program designed for your individual requirements, and our onsite compounding pharmacists can create personalized supplements as needed.
- Inflammatory markers
- Food intolerances
- Genetic testing
- Body fat scan
- Toxic metal scan