A strategic approach to health
We believe in strategy based medicine, not tactic based medicine. What happens often in health care and sick care alike is the practitioners focus on implementing tactics to impact biomarkers and chase numbers rather than focus on a human systems strategy.
It all starts with your personal MISSION. What is your mission in life?
From a health care perspective, I care about how your body – your method of interacting with this physical space AND means of achieving your mission – carries you resiliently to the end. I care about how your brain – your internal computer and mastermind of individual meaning and purpose – continues to be a resource rather than a reminder that you aren’t what you used to be.
We utilize the physical examination, as well as blood, stool, and genomic testing to inform clinical decision making to optimize nutrition, exercise, sleep, cognition, performance, and all other functions. Many of the same tools that are used in helping people regain health can be used in different manners to optimize and enhance the currently healthily, such as intravenous infusions and peptide therapy. For a more in-depth look at how we promote an anti-fragile system, see our tactics below.
Click on the links below for more information on some of our tactics.
Don't guess. Understand your genetic hardware and learn how to modify your expression with epigenetics.
An in-depth look into optimizing function and hedging against risks within the cardio-renal vascular, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, detoxification, immune, and endocrine systems.
Stress effects all of us. Learn how the nervous system can utilize stress to move you forward in your mission, as well as how it can hold you back. Additionally, understand how states of negative emotion like depression and anxiety serve to enlighten you, but how equally obscure and perplex such states can be.
Optimize health. The endocrine system governs many functions and is crucial in maintaining musculoskeletal, cognitive, and cardiovascular domains.
Don't waste resources. Sometimes absorption issues hinder the availability of nutrients. Other times a greater dose or pharmacological effect is needed. In these cases intravenous administration saves time and demonstrates greater efficiency.