A preventive health checkup includes a consultation with our medical doctor and a set of tests to reveal any existing issues for generalised or specific health concerns. Our medical professionals will design a healing treatment plan for your specific needs and give advice to assist you in a healthier lifestyle. Additional services which may be prescribed include additional laboratory testing or further screening and investigation treatments.
Anyone can make an appointment. You don’t need to be a guest or need to have book one of our health packages. All treatments are available individually.
All treatments are performed at our Medical Centre on premises.
A general checkup is recommended for people of all ages at least once a year in order to keep a regular watch on your health.
The tests monitor your health closely to ensure you stay healthy for as long as possible by analyzing insulin and cholesterol levels, liver function, blood functions and inflammatory risks.
Your consultation with our medical doctor includes a thorough examination and detailed review of your medical history. From this information, your individual treatment plan will determined.
An anti-aging checkup will give you an overview of your body functions including metabolic rate, the function of your white blood cells and red hemoglobin, how your kidney and liver are functioning, your risks of tissue inflammation and other vital information.
The results provide a map to your overall health that can highlight any specific areas or issues that need special care and attention.
Women above the age of 35 have a greater chance of experiencing a hormone imbalance which can increase the risk of other illnesses. Checking your hormone levels is an important step in maintaining your body’s metabolic balance.
The advanced profile also monitors the risk of ovarian and breast cancer.
As men age they also face a greater risk of hormone imbalance. Checking your hormone levels is an important step in maintaining your body’s metabolic balance.
The advanced profile also monitors the risk of prostate cancer.
Allergies can be debilitating and even life threatening. These tests are designed to help identify your allergies so you can better avoid what you may be allergic to.
Our Basic Checkup tests for sensitivity to 20 common allergens, the Advanced Checkup tests 70 substances and our Premium Program tests up to 250 potential allergens.
Being overweight or obese is a major risk factor for a number of chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer.
Managing weight issues is more than just a balance of calories in and out, and requires a more comprehensive screening to identify many more factors that affect weight gain and loss.
This program screens for key hormonal issues, as well as food allergies and digestive factors that affect weight.
Micronutrients such as vitamins and dietary minerals are important for good health. A lack of essential micronutrients can cause dysfunction in the hormonal system, liver functions and other metabolic processes.
This package will test your micronutrient levels to ensure your body functions stay in balance.
Hormone deficiency and personal disappointments can combine to create depressions and anxiety. A neurotransmitter level test can diagnose whether a depression requires medical advice and support.
This checkup is suitable for people who have chronic fatigue syndrome, suffer from stress and athletes seeking better performance. It includes diagnosing relevant factors such as thyroid functions, stress and hormone levels, insulin levels and liver functions.
Our medical team can also recommend treatments to improve your physical performance and keep you fresh and fit.
Your metabolic levels of free radical substances are related to your risk of getting several diseases while your antioxidant levels prevent cell damage.
Stress from daily life, sleeplessness and poor diet are the main factors which increase free radicals in the body as well as drinking and smoking.
Our checkup will help you control your levels of free radicals.
Oxidative stress can destroy cells and cause disease such as cancer, heart conditions and premature aging. Measuring oxidative stress is important in determining how much your body is affected by free radicals.
Free radicals damage structures like DNA, RNA and proteins in the body and can also cause inflammation. Ensuring sufficient antioxidant capacity within the body is essential to preventing oxidative stress damage.
This technology utilizes spectrophotometry to obtain results on the amount of trace elements and heavy metals which exist within the tissue. This is a quantitative analytical methodology, which consists in measuring the absorbance level or the optical density of a specific chemical or mineral substance.
The scan will provide a quick and precise analysis, with which we are able to identify the most efficient supplementation that would maximize the nutritional benefits for you.
This is a qualitative analysis of living blood using a dark-field microscope. Our qualified practitioners will look for variations in the size, shape, ratio and structure of the red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and other blood structures.
As the cells are still alive, the analysis also allows the practitioner to see how the blood elements move and interact with each other. This enables an analysis of immune system activity and other phenomena such as: bacteria, yeast, fungus, allergies, uric acid and more.
During the session, the practitioner can show you, in real time, the quality of your blood and view it functioning. This diagnostic tool is helpful for your own education, as it allows you to see your condition directly in real time.
Ultrasound is a safe and painless diagnostic procedure that uses sound waves to create images of the internal organs and structures of the body including the abdomen, breast, female reproductive organs, prostate and other structures.
Ultrasound may assist the physician in evaluating individual health risks.
An EKG is a noninvasive diagnostic procedure that translates the heart’s electrical activity. This information can assist the physician in detecting abnormalities in heart rate and rhythm and rule out any irregularities that may require additional intervention.
Stress is the body’s natural way to respond to challenges. Stress can improve performance, but when prolonged it can wear you down and lead to poor performance.
A Firstbeat lifestyle assessment will help you to:
Firstbeat’s data collection of your usual activity can give clues about which factors in your life may be contributing to stress, and help develop a plan for managing these factors.
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