The Scope and Nature of Integral Health Services.

A comprehensive set of intensive diagnostics is an important next step in your wellness management.  The evaluation process is about self-discovery. It exposes your total health picture, not just a mere snapshot; it also establishes your hormonal and metabolic baseline, which helps us determine any hormonal deficiencies, hormonal dysfunctional states and nutritional imbalances based on the lack or excess of certain nutrients, heavy metals and toxic substances. Presence of mold can also dramatically affect the function and levels of certain hormones and essential processes in our body.

+ Part One: Comprehensive Health Questionnaire

This information reflects the perception of your physical and mental health. It also captures significant events in your health profile and offers information to the physician. Information is placed in context with the In Depth Laboratory Screen and Diagnostic Assessment.

+ Part Two: In Depth Laboratory Screen

Includes important biomarkers of aging, biomarkers of silent inflammation and metabolic syndrome. It also includes comprehensive lipid profile called VAP and other independent risk factors of cardiovascular health. Equally important is the hormonal profile for men and women, heavy metal screen and important vitamin levels.

+ Part Three: Diagnostic Assessment

Detailed Physical Examination is performed together with the interpretation of the Laboratory Screen and the questionnaire. Physical examination is done by the physician either before but ideally after questionnaire responses and receipt of the laboratory test results.


Comprehensive Health Questionnaire:

Before our first visit, it is helpful if you filled out the Comprehensive Health Questionnaire.

It helps us discover exactly what the problem is, and the best course of treatment.