Services

SERVICES

BODY COMPOSITION
NUTRITION
LABORATORY TESTS
PHYSICIAN EVALUATION
MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT

Do you know what foods you should be eating to maximize your performance? Don’t follow the latest diet trend. Eat to perform at your best, and learn about nutrient timing. Forget about diets and trends.

Follow the science of sports nutrition, and eat like the pros. Whether you are an accomplished athlete, or are new to the gym, I will create a specific plan to help you achieve your goals.

Maximize your vitamin and hormone levels in order to accelerate fat loss, gain strength, and improve your performance, with laboratory tests available on site. Don’t you want to make sure you are eating the right foods, and taking the right vitamins and supplements?

Take the guessing out of your routine, and get your levels checked. Do you have chronic injuries that keep you from competing at your highest level? This is usually due to an imbalance that has developed over time. With your body composition analysis, you will see if one side of your body is stronger or more developed than the other. The body has a way of worsening malalignments over time. This can lead to injury, because injuries tend to occur at the weakest point in the kinetic chain. Get your imbalances aligned!

All evaluations are performed by a board-certified medical doctor, who can take the whole person into account. Your comprehensive visit with the physician will be performed in a relaxed environment, where there is never a rush. Your overall health maintenance and healthcare needs will be addressed.

A full history and physical examination will be performed. Laboratory testing will be done on site, and together with Dr. Harris, you will receive a details analysis and interpretation that you can use to improve not only your athletic performance, but your overall health as well!

SERVICES

Body Composition Test With Printed Results

Using the latest technology, your complete analysis of muscle, body fat, minerals, and hydration will be
at your fingertips. You will receive an in-depth description of each part of your body, as well as the
amount of muscle in both sides of your body. Together with your doctor, you will be closer to reaching
your personal goals. The doctor will provide you with a personalized interpretation in a language you
can understand.

Nutrition Analysis to Build Muscle and Lose Fat

Receive cutting-edge information from the latest in sports science and nutrition, and make your diet
work for you. If you want to make positive changes in performance, eat to build muscle and lose fat.
Learn about nutrient timing, and fuel your workouts the way professional athletes do. Together with
laboratory testing to check levels of your key vitamins and minerals, you will know which foods you
need to incorporate into your diet. Learn which supplements may be helpful for your training.

Laboratory Testing in Office

Laboratory testing will be done on site, and together with Dr. Harris, you will receive a detailed analysis
and interpretation that you can use to improve not only your athletic performance, but your overall
health as well! Maximize your vitamin and hormone levels in order to accelerate fat loss, gain strength,
and improve your performance, with laboratory tests done in the office. Ensure you are eating the right
foods and taking the right vitamins. Eliminate the guessing out of your routine, and get your levels
checked.

Physician Evaluation

All evaluations are performed by a board-certified medical doctor, who can take the whole person into
account. You will have plenty of time to talk with your doctor, without feeling rushed. Your overall
health maintenance and healthcare needs will be addressed. A full history and physical examination will
be performed.

Movement Assessment to Reduce Injury

Receive a movement assessment in order to reduce your risk of injury. Do you have chronic pain or
instability that keeps you from competing at your highest level? This is usually due to an imbalance that
has developed over time. Understand the exercises you need to be doing, increase your range of
motion, and minimize your time spent on the sidelines.

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