Comprehensive Health Evaluation

Optimal health begins with our Comprehensive Health Evaluation. This cutting edge medical exam provides a complete understanding of how well you are aging.

The Exam

  • Complete history and physical examination that includes a discussion about your personal health risks
  • Vision and hearing tests
  • Resting and stress electrocardiogram (ECG) combined with a carotid ultrasound to provide cardiovascular risk screening
  • Heart Rate Variability testing to measure stress resilience
  • Abdominal and pelvic ultrasounds
  • Extensive blood panel to evaluate complete blood count, differential cholesterol, kidney and liver function, prostate specific antigen screening, and male, female, and thyroid panels


InBody 520

The InBody 520 provides accurate and detailed information about the amount and distribution of your lean mass, fat mass, and water mass. This machine calculates your Basal Metabolic Rate, a measure of your daily energy requirements which allow for personalized nutrition recommendations.

Carotid Intima Media Thickness (CIMT)

The CIMT test measures any thickening of the carotid artery and any plaque deposits that may be present. CIMT received a higher level of recommendation in the 2010 American College of Cardiology Foundation/American Heart Association (ACCF/AHA) guidelines than many other widely used tests.

Combined VO2Max and Stress ECG Testing

VO2Max is the best single measure of aerobic fitness and a powerful predictor of long-term health-related quality of life. The test is administered by a Certified Exercise Physiologist, in conjunction with a Stress ECG to further assess cardiovascular health. Learn about our Human Performance Lab.

Same Day Reporting

Receive a thorough review of your results and a full report with recommendations on the same day as your exam.

Comprehensive Health Evaluation With Biomarkers

The Comprehensive Health Evaluation with Biomarkers goes beyond disease risk screening and measures the biological age of your cardiovascular system, lungs, cognitive functioning, skin, immune system and telomeres. These measures help provide a clear picture of how well you are aging.