As a physician, you have the opportunity to revolutionize patient care by attending our conference on functional genomics. By gaining a comprehensive understanding of how genomics can be used as a clinical decision-support tool, you will be able to achieve better outcomes for your patients.
A guest post from our clients at Potomac Psychiatry: I start with the premise that all human disease is genetic. — Paul Berg, Ph.D., Nobel Laureate At Potomac Psychiatry we always try to be on the forefront of personalized medicine. By using genomics to help with our...
We are so proud of our CEO, Carol Bilich, for being interviewed for Texas CEO Magazine! She spoke about IntellxxDNA™ and our mission to empower patients into getting the most personalized care from their clinicians and provide a blueprint for long-term health. Click...
The more we learn about the innate power of the mind-body connection, and about the effects of medication, environment, lifestyle and diet on health, the more it makes sense to integrate all of these factors into a plan for your health care.
Integrative and Functional medicine are prevention-focused, healing-oriented disciplines that consider the whole person and root causes of chronic health conditions.
What is “clinical genomic testing?” Is it different than some of the genetic tests that I can order by myself?
Genetic testing is a powerful tool that can help individuals and healthcare professionals identify potential opportunities for improving mental health. By analyzing an individual’s genetic code, genetic testing can provide insight into a person’s risk for certain mental health conditions and help guide treatment decisions.
Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia are complex and often misunderstood disorders that can have a significant impact on an individual’s quality of life. While there is no singular cause for mental health conditions, research has shown