A leap in medicine. A leap toward longevity.
At Human Longevity, we have created an exclusive program that combines the power of cutting-edge diagnostics and world-class clinicians for you. It starts with a comprehensive array of advanced testing to establish your unique baseline. We then apply state-of-the-art diagnostics and precision longevity care to help you attain your best performance both for the present and for the future.
Our 100+ precision longevity care encompasses:
- Cardiovascular optimization
- Neurocognitive monitoring
- Mind and body balance
- Nutrition and weight management
- Metabolic optimization
- Musculoskeletal performance
- Mitochondrial support
- Nutraceutical recommendation
- Genomic Medicine
- Hormone therapy
- Gut balance
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)*
MRI uses powerful magnets, radio waves, and computer technology to generate detailed images of your organs without the use of radiation. Human Longevity’s imaging protocols employ unique software to interpret and quantify images that can be integrated with both genetics and blood biomarkers to aid in the early detection of disease.
Detects cancers of the neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis, and assesses for cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
Generates detailed visualization of the soft tissues and vessels of the brain to identify any tumors, aneurysms, masses, and evidence of neurodegeneration.
Examines the chamber sizes and pumping function of the heart. Detects local wall motion abnormalities, which may reflect underlying heart disease.
DNA is the basic building block of life, which encodes the instructions for the development and function of all living organisms. Human DNA is about 99.5% identical from person to person. However, there are small differences that make each person unique. These differences are called variants.
At Human Longevity, we use Genome Sequencing technology to obtain comprehensive information of your genome as a part of precision medicine. If you think of the genome as a book composed of millions of letters (A, T, C, G), genome sequencing reads all the letters in the book to identify the variants, which can be linked to certain health conditions, traits, or speed of medication metabolizing.
Our clinicians and medical geneticists use your genomic data to optimize your medical care, improve your lifestyle and discuss how the findings from your genetics impact the rest of your family members. We annually reanalyze your genomic data using the most current scientific findings.
Coronary Calcium Score (CT)*
Uses low-dose radiation to detect location and extent of calcified plaque in the walls of coronary arteries. Non-Contrast Cardiac CT assesses coronary artery health, a key factor used in the calculation of current and future cardiovascular risk.
Uses ultrasound to capture live 2D and 3D images that can be displayed during your scan. Assesses the overall structure & function of the heart to detect signs and symptoms of heart disease.
Calculates the current electrical activities of your heart by recording the heart rate and rhythm within each heartbeat over a short period of time.
Wireless Heart Rhythm*
Records up to two weeks of continuous heart rhythm activity to aid in detection of abnormal cardiac rhythm.
Exercise Stress Test*
Utilizes ultrasound imaging to compare how the heart pumps blood to the body at rest versus when the heart is stressed. Uses a treadmill to get the heart to a target heart rate at which the resting images can be compared to the stressed images post exercise.
Insulin Sensitivity Testing*
Looks for evidence of insulin resistance, a key risk factor for type two diabetes. Insulin helps control the amounts of sugar (glucose) in the blood.
Evaluates muscle and visceral fat to optimize performance and risks for diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Dual X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA)*
Evaluates bone mineral density to understand osteopenia and osteoporosis risks.
Monitors for day-to-day health metrics. These could include glucose sensors, sleep trackers, blood pressure monitors or others. With this data, we can optimize areas of nutrition, sleep, diet, and exercise.
Multi-Targeted Stool DNA Test*
Screens for colorectal cancer using a self-administered, FDA-approved home kit.
*Tests are performed at your initial assessment for baseline and annually as medically indicated by your longevity clinician.
All services are available with 100+ enrollment.