What We Do
The LifeStream Elite Physical combines the latest technology with caring medical experts who take the time to fully evaluate your health. Most health care facilities in the US are disease-oriented – they seek to identify and treat diseases which you have already developed.
The LifeStream Elite Physical approach is prevention-focused.
You’ll get the latest diagnostic screening and medical imagining technologies to assess the state of your health and the detailed information you need to optimize the quality of your life for future years.
The scope of the Elite Physical and the amount of useful information you come away with is dramatically more revealing than any standard physical exam. Our proactive approach to illness and premature aging will help you identify your risk of future disease and create a personalized program to improve your health and maintain an active lifestyle.
You’ll learn how simple, easy changes in nutrition, fitness, lifestyle and natural supplements can effectively improve your health and well-being. Best of all, you’ll get the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you are doing all you can to take care of your health and longevity – for yourself and for the people who care about you. This is not just an exam; it’s the start of your plan for staying well for years to come.
We check the following:
- Chemistry and Hematology
- Diabetic Panel
- Cardiovascular Panel
- Inflammation Panel
- Anemia Panel
- Bone Health Panel
- Hormone Panel
- Thyroid Panel
- Infectious Disease Panel
- Immunology Panel
Body composition is a method of describing what the body is made of. It includes fat, protein, minerals and body water. It also describes weight more accurately than BMI. Body composition analysis can accurately show changes in fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage. This can help validate services like personal training, patient care, and corporate wellness.
This test checks for a skin reaction to common allergy-provoking substances, such as foods, molds, dust, plants or animal proteins.
- Limited study of the lining of the carotid arteries to include a limited image of the thyroid gland.
- Limited study of the abdominal aorta.
- Limited study of the left ventricle of the heart.
This test provides markers of cardiometabolic risk, autonomic neuropathy, and vascular dysfunction.
Families have many factors in common, including their genes, environment, and lifestyle. Together, these factors can give clues to medical conditions that may run in a family. By noticing patterns of disorders among relatives, healthcare professionals can determine whether an individual, other family members, or future generations may be at an increased risk of developing a particular condition.
A family medical history can identify people with a higher-than-usual chance of having common disorders, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, certain cancers, and diabetes. These complex disorders are influenced by a combination of genetic factors, environmental conditions, and lifestyle choices. A family history also can provide information about the risk of rarer conditions caused by mutations in a single gene, such as cystic fibrosis and sickle cell disease.