Our comprehensive & detailed musculoskeletal exam and diagnostic testing allows us to get to the root cause of problems that impact your health & weight. These tests are often overlooked in the traditional medical model. Our approach allows us to get solutions that work.

Comprehensive blood lab testing – Our wellness labs include hormone testing, food allergy testing, inflammatory biomarkers, and organ function labs to get a better understand of what is keeping you from losing the weight and chronic pain.

Cardiovascular testing – Our diagnostic cardiac testing includes EKG testing for abnormal heart beat, Ultrasound of major arteries to check for blockage, Respiratory function to check for breathing issues, Ankle brachial testing for peripheral artery disease, consultation with dietician, and chronic care management.


We believe that every patient should be informed on what is causing their pain. Also, this helps the physician give appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan pathway. This includes x-rays, MRI, CT, and ultrasound. Free 2nd opinion evaluation and MRI Review.


Metabolic testing can provide essential data for people who want to lose weight. Based on your resting metabolic rate and your estimated daily activity, your trainer will estimate the total number of calories you burn every day without exercise. You’ll also learn how your body burns fuel during exercise.


Measuring Body Fat Is Important for Determining Fitness. Weight alone is not a clear indicator of good health because it does not distinguish between pounds that come from body fat and those that come from lean body mass or muscle.


The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a pre-participation screening tool designed to identify compensatory movement patterns that are indicative of increased injury risk and inefficient movement that causes reduced performance.


Pain affects patients physically and emotionally, so successfully managing the pain they experience is a key component of their recovery. The causes and symptoms of chronic and acute pain are detailed, along with the different assessment tools that can be used and for which patients they are suitable.