Treatment Programs

Testing at Initial Visit

When patients begin the program a complete family history, medical history and lifestyle history will be reviewed. Patients will have a complete physical then based on their symptoms and risks will undergo a combination of advanced blood, saliva and urine tests, which may include advanced genetic assessment. Patients may also undergo non-invasive diagnostic testing like EKGs, imaging and stress tests.

Following the testing, the patient will meet with their physician and nurse practitioner or coach. This multidisciplinary team determines a plan for each patient, addressing their specific needs. Customized protocol may include a combination of correcting nutritional deficiencies either intravenously or with supplementation, change in diet or lifestyle, an emphasis on exercise, and pharmaceutical drug treatment therapy.

The Paradigm Shift in Personalized Healthcare is Here!

Men’s Hormone Therapy

Low energy. Low libido. Moodiness. Weight gain. Sound familiar. Starting at about age 30, testosterone levels begin to drop. By the time men are between the ages of 40 and 55, they can experience a phenomenon similar to the female menopause, called andropause.

Woman’s Hormone Therapy

Navera Health offers physicians a new way to address menopause and the aging process. You can now provide patients a customized protocol that will improve their symptoms and rebalance their hormones. Watch the PowerPoint Video

Medically Supervised Weight-Loss Programs

For the first time, clients have a program specifically designed for their particular metabolisms. A program that incorporates the latest technology and research for optimal health and weight management.

Athletic Training and Performance

Geared for people with demanding lifestyles, our Endurance Stress Profile analyzes blood, urine and saliva to identify clients’ specific deficiencies, hormone levels and nutritional needs.

Cardiovascular Health Program

This program is designed for pre- and post-bypass patients, those who are at risk for heart disease, and those who simply want to know their risk for future cardiovascular events.

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