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Complete Human Optimization

When you're tired of your pain, nagging symptoms, chronic injuries, and a lack of answers from other providers

AND

You want to take total control of your health.

A comprehensive 3-month program to improve the integrity and functioning of your neurological, metabolic, and bio-mechanical systems to optimize your health and physical/cognitive performance.

 

You deserve to FUNCTION and PERFORM at your best

 

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Image showcasing performance enhancement at both the cellular and whole-body levels. Illustrating the optimization of biological processes and overall physical capabilities through various enhancements.

Autonomic Nervous System Performance

An image of a close-up view of an eye with a dilating pupil, demonstrating autonomic nervous system function and integrity. The pupil reacts to changes in light, expanding to allow more light in dim conditions and contracting in bright light. This reflexive response reflects the healthy functioning of the autonomic nervous system, which regulates involuntary bodily processes.

The autonomic nervous system is a component of the peripheral nervous system that regulates involuntary physiologic processes that keep us alive, including heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, digestion, and sexual arousal.

 

  • Sympathetic nervous system: This system activates body processes that help you in times of need, especially times of stress or danger. This system is responsible for your body’s “fight-or-flight” response.

  • Parasympathetic nervous system: This part of your autonomic nervous system does the opposite of your sympathetic nervous system. This system is responsible for the “rest-and-digest” body processes.

  • Enteric nervous system: This part of your autonomic nervous system manages how your body digests food.

Brain Function Performance

A brain image illustrating the health and performance of different regions and networks. The image showcases distinct areas of the brain with varying levels of activity and connectivity, highlighting the dynamic nature of neural processes. This visualization provides insights into brain function and network interactions, contributing to our understanding of cognitive and neurological performance.

This neurological examination provides objective measurements of your current levels of brain function by region and by networks.

  • Frontal Cortex​

  • Parietal Lobe​

  • Temporal Lobe​

  • Occipital Lobe

  • Cerebellum

  • Basal Ganglia​

  • Cranial Nerves

  • Brainstem Regions

  • Autonomic Nervous System

    • S​ympathetic and Parasympathetic 

Balance Performance

A picture illustrating good balance and vestibular function. In the image, an individual stands upright with a steady posture, demonstrating a strong and stable base of support. The person's body is aligned, and there is no visible sway or unsteadiness. This image depicts a person with excellent balance and well-functioning vestibular (inner ear) system.

A comprehensive examination of how your vision, proprioception, and vestibular systems contribute to your balance.

  • Normative Balance Screening

  • Vestibular Disorder Evaluation

  • Biofeedback-based Balance Training

  • Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation

  • Asymmetric Weight Distribution

  • Neuropathy Balance Disruption

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Neuromuscular Re-education

  • Orthopedic Evaluation

  • Fall Risk Assessment

Metabolic Performance

A picture of a laboratory setting with blood samples being tested, emphasizing the analysis of metabolic performance factors. Lab technicians are shown working with precision instruments to assess blood samples, highlighting the importance of evaluating metabolic health.

Metabolic testing provides you with a clear picture of your current personal health. Through analysis of specific blood bio-markers, and using relevant information from current scientific literature and deep bioinformatic analysis, nutrition, supplement, fitness, and lifestyle interventions are built for you to help you add years to your life—and life to your years.

  • Inflammation

  • Brain Health

  • Heart Health

  • Metabolism

  • Sleep

  • Recovery

  • Fitness

  • Endurance

 

Sensory Systems Performance

An image of a Senaptec sensory evaluation report, providing insights into nervous system performance. The report displays various sensory and perceptual assessments, including visual, auditory, and tactile measurements, to evaluate sensory processing and neurological functioning. It serves as a valuable tool for assessing and optimizing sensory and nervous system performance.

Sensory motor integration refers to the link between the nerves (sensory system), your brain (integration), and the muscles (motor skills) and to the process of receiving information through our senses, interpreting it, and responding to it - we can measure this.

  •  Visual Clarity                                 • Hand-Eye Coordination   

  •  Contrast Sensitivity                      • Go/No Go Training

  •  Depth Perception                          • Processing Speed

  •  Near-Far Quickness                     • Dynamic Visual Focus    

  •  Perception Span                           • Smooth Visual Pursuit

  •  Multiple Object Tracking              • Simple Reaction Time

  •  Reaction Time                               • Choice Reaction Time

  •  Target Capture                              • Binocular Vision

  •  Eye-Hand Coordination                • Visual Concentration

FDA-Cleared Vision Performance Testing

A GIF image displaying an eye-tracking test comparing non-impaired and impaired performance. In the non-impaired segment, the eye movements are smooth, precise, and follow a specific pattern. In the impaired segment, the eye movements appear irregular, erratic, and less focused, indicating challenges or deficits in tracking and visual coordination. This visual comparison highlights differences in eye movement patterns.

Vision is much more than how clear you see.

 

Signs that you may have a functional vision problem include:

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Rereading or skipping lines of print

  • Short attention span

  • Poor reading comprehension

  • Poor coordination or balance

  • Slow completion of work

  • Previous brain trauma (concussions, strokes)

  • Loss of interest in reading

  • Frequent headaches

  • Visual concentration

Select the link below to learn more!

 

Sports Vision EyeQ                       Reading EyeQ

Movement Performance

A picture showing a sport functional movement/biomechanical analysis session. In the image, a professional is assessing an athlete's movement patterns and posture. The athlete is performing a sports-specific movement, and various markers and sensors are attached to their body to track motion and biomechanical data. This analysis aids in optimizing the athlete's performance and reducing the risk of injuries.

First, MOVE WELL, then MOVE OFTEN.

By objectively assessing movement standards, we can establish protocols to correct issues, enhance reliability, and identify areas needing improvement, taking into account neurological and orthopedic factors.

  • Screen Movement Health

  • Assess Movement Competency

  • Measure Movement Capacity

  • Optimize Movement Complexity

 Aim to attain a level of health that allows you to move effectively, achieve a high level of movement proficiency for training, and establish a strong training foundation for skill development.

 

Avoid placing fitness on a foundation of dysfunction. 

Nutrition Performance

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Functional nutrition will address the "why" behind your deficiencies detected through metabolic testing and provide you with actionable, sustainable solutions to improve your dietary habits naturally and through supplementation.

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