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A Florida Doctor Becomes One of the First to Offer "Fitgenes", a Revolutionary Genetic Technology
By: Parvus Center
Originally founded in Australia, Fitgenes uses genetic profiling as part of its personalized genome-based healthcare programs, to zero-in on the key drivers behind significant health issues and minimize their effects before they become serious. These conditions include (but are not limited to) weight management, hormone imbalances, thyroid functioning, blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular health and cholesterol regulation. The DNA analysis is obtained using a simple saliva sample; the physician is then able to use the Fitgenes tools and computerized program to understand exactly what protocol needs to be followed in order to keep the patient healthy.
“Fitgenes is transforming the way we treat patients,” says Dirk Parvus, MD founder of the Parvus Center. “By knowing the potential genetic pitfalls my patients may succumb to, I can stop the diseases before they start and practice true preventive medicine, keeping patients healthier than I ever thought possible.”
Fitgenes is able to uncover genes that control key functions and processes in the body, which can be modified by supplements, diet, exercise and lifestyle choices. The most exciting news about gaining genetic knowledge is that it has the potential to shift healthcare from a disease-focused model to prevention-based medicine. Dr. Parvus’ patients will be guided as to the best choices they can make based upon their genome, to achieve optimal health and wellbeing.
-Personalized health and wellness programs with measurable results.
-Recommended supplements, diet, exercise and lifestyle choices based on a patient’s personal DNA profile.
-Reachable goals to keep patients from contracting serious diseases and illnesses
-Improved health outcomes as programs are easy to implement and maintain.
For more information on Fitgenes and the Parvus Center, visit www.parvuscenter.com or call 772-564-7887. To schedule an interview with Dr. Parvus, please contact Susan Sellers at email@example.com or 843-343-2088.