At Health Nucleus, we’ve created a powerful and proprietary combination of data integration and diagnostic insight. It starts with a comprehensive suite of advanced testing to collect your unique health data. We then apply state-of-the-art diagnostics to unlock key health information about your current health picture that we can act upon to aid you in preempting disease, increasing your longevity, and boosting your performance.
MRI uses powerful magnets, radio waves, and computer technology to generate detailed images of your organs without the use of radiation. Health Nucleus MRI protocols are uniquely beneficial because they employ proprietary software that produces contrast quality imaging without the injection of contrast media. This software aids in the early detection of cancer, cardiac disease, metabolic and neurodegenerative disease.
Detects some solid organ tumors of the neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis. Increases the chances of early detection to optimize treatment and, with certain cancers, can lead to life-long cures.
Generates detailed visualization of the soft tissues and vessels of the brain enabling early intervention for structural, volumetric and vascular abnormalities including tumors, neurodegeneration (Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease) brain vessel narrowing or aneurysms.
Provides 3D structural and functional information about the heart, including normal left ventricle ejection fraction, heart wall motion and some valvular important diagnostic information for prevention and treatment. (Cardiac MRI is not designed to evaluate the coronary arteries.)
Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) is a complex laboratory assay that maps out your unique DNA blueprint for your body, providing valuable personalized insights into your current health status and health risks. Sequencing is important because it documents single gene mutations that cause diseases like cystic fibrosis, hypercholesterolemia and sickle cell anemia. It also detects polygenic mutations that are associated with the development of breast, colon, esophageal, and pancreatic cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, atrial fibrillation, and more.
Detects the location and extent of plaque formation on the walls of your coronary arteries represented by a numerical score. Indicates the existence and severity of coronary artery disease enabling clinical and lifestyle management.
Uses ultrasound to visualize and measure the size and shape of your heart, the pumping strength of the left ventricle (ejection fraction) and the real time opening and closing of heart valves. Can indicate the emergence of heart valve disease, left ventricular failure and thickening (hypertrophy) of heart muscle for treatment purposes.
Measures the pattern and wave of electrical energy that travels through the conduction system of the heart indicating whether the heartbeat is normal, slow, fast or irregular. Can also indicate heart muscle thickening or fatigue for clinical management.
Sensor placement on the upper left chest records up to two weeks of continuous heart rhythm activity. Information can aid in the detection and treatment of arrhythmias known to be a major cause of stroke.
Computes the upper body movements (postural sway) that occur when trying to maintain balance during walking. Assessment enables the prescription of balance and performance activities to prevent falls and improve physical activity and vitality.
Analysis and reporting of over 30 blood biomarkers including a complete blood count (CBC) to detect anemia, infection, oxygen-carrying capacity and blood clotting, kidney and liver function tests, vitamin and hormone levels, a lipid panel, cancer tumor marker screening, heavy metal screening, and metabolic disorders.
Insulin helps control the amounts of sugar (glucose) in the blood. With insulin resistance, cellular absorption of glucose is impaired and blood sugar levels in the blood rise. Treatment is then targeted to avoid progression to Type 2 diabetes.
Measures bone mineral density or bone strength. Assessment enables the treatment of osteoporosis to prevent fractures.
Lab measurement of 961 metabolites — the by-products or residue of bio-chemical reactions that remain in the blood after the metabolism of food and drugs. When balance is disturbed by disease, genetic mutations or environmental factors, one’s metabolic profile changes making metabolites informative biomarkers for understanding disease, toxicity, drug interactions and other factors that impact health. Management can include specific nutritional plans, supplements as well as pre- and probiotics.
A self-administered, FDA-approved colorectal screening kit for home use, designed to provide an indication of the presence of colorectal cancer.
Describes what the body is made of, specifically fat, protein,
minerals and body water. Assessment precisely quantifies visceral fat
(fat stored within the abdominal cavity) and thigh muscle composition.
The ratio of fat to muscle may indicate a risk for metabolic syndrome
which can lead to heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, breast and
colon cancer as well as Alzheimer’s disease. A normal fat and muscle
ratio achieved via intermittent fasting has demonstrated increased
health and life span in small animal research studies.
*Only annual if necessary.
Currently, most diseases aren’t detected until symptoms arise, which can often be too late. The in-depth data we are able to obtain about your body and health enables detection of potential risks years before onset, giving you a chance to proactively avoid the disease entirely. Additionally, early, pre-symptomatic detection of health issues can dramatically decrease the severity of treatment and associated costs.
25% of US adults who make it to the age of 50 won’t live to age 75. Age 50-74, Adapted from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington
Just 100 years ago, the average life span in the US was around 54. Thanks to important achievements in science and health care, today it’s closer to 78. We believe the combination of our technology, analytics, and diagnostic insight has the potential to radically improve and lengthen lives even further — to 100 and beyond.
Our data has the power to change and even save lives. In a recent study of over 1,000 of our Health Nucleus patients who were largely asymptomatic, 40% required some form of medical intervention to preempt or treat disease, while 14% required urgent attention. For those without the identification of immediate risks, we can help you make changes to aid in the preemption of disease and creation of your healthiest, most prolific lifestyle.
*Clients screened for the first time.