Are you planning to have a baby? Have you struggled to fall pregnant? Do you want to minimise the risk of miscarriage? Are you planning an IVF/ICSI cycle? Are you overweight or suffering from PCOS, endometriosis, irregular cycle, recurrent miscarriage? If yes, read on.
Uundergoing IVF, GIFT, ICSI or IUI? Improve your chances of achieving a healthy baby by getting super healthy before undergoing any assisted reproductive therapies (ART). Studies in the UK show that IVF success rates more than doubled when couples have followed a preconception program.
Do you suffer from fatigue, recurrent infections, skin problems, bloating/flatulence/ irregular bowel habits, hormonal imbalances, anxiety/mood swings, muscle aching/weakness, allergies, excess weight or poor concentration? If yes, read on.
Many people think the terms “health” and “wellness” mean simply being free from disease but the reality is that there is so much more to being truly well! Are you well if you are overweight, forgetful, tired, moody, or have poor skin? What if you suffer from headaches, frequent colds, constipation or bloating?
Ageing well and getting yourself up onto the healthy life curve is attainable with careful planning, the right guidance and support. Explore what this vitality and healthy ageing programme can do for you.
This test is performed in the clinic via a simple fingerpick test. This test is beneficial for anyone suffering from allergies, eczema, headaches, migraines, fatigue, acne, bloating, constipation and diarrhoea.
This test collection occurs in the privacy of your own home and is tested in a laboratory. Very helpful for patients who have severe digestive issues. Particuarly useful if your symptoms started after travelling overseas.
Assesses hormonal imbalance. Can screen for a baseline in fertility, PCO/PCOS, Endometriosis, Fibroids, PMS, poor libido, erectile dysfunction, and impotence. Hormones that may be tested via a salivary collection include: Oesterone (E1), Oestradiol (E2), Oestriol (E3), Progesterone (P4), Testosterone (TT), DHEA-S, Cortisol and Melatonin.
This test is conducted either through a salivary test or a blood test checking your cortisol (stress hormone) levels at different times of the day.
Thyroid hormones are essential in maintaining and regulating the body’s metabolism, energy levels, healthy weight and fertility. A full thyroid hormone profile is essential to determine the health of your thyroid
A non-intrusive health screening tool. This data can highlight potential health problems and help you to treat them through a nutritional program designed to meet your individual needs. As the name suggests this test is done by providing a hair sample to Interlinical laboratories.
After careful dietary analysis we can provide optimal vitamin and mineral levels to prevent disease. However if your practitioner suspects nutritional deficiencies blood or urine tests may be requested. Some of these tests will be a blood test with collection taking place at a local Healthscope laboratory, whilst some are tested via urine in which case you can collect your specimen in the privacy of your own home.
A simple blood test can often help to solve the puzzle of why you are suffering from: fertility issues, cardiovascular issues, depression, headaches, migraine and weight issues. This test determines if you have a mutation in this gene and therefore are not methylating properly as a result you may not have the right amount of active folate available.
This analysis is used to determine if one of the parameters of the sperm would be improved by nutritional intervention or if in fact IVF/ICSI would be the couple’s best choice. A request form is provided to the patient where they book a time at GENEA IVF clinic. The sample may be collected in the patients home or at the clinic an embryologist will then assess the semen and provide a report outlining the sperm count, how well the sperm are moving, their shape and to asses for abnormalities.
Historically, the study of the eye can easily be traced back through civilization. The Chinese discerned health tendencies from the size shape and set of the eyes, and in Ayurvedic medicine the colour of the eyes is part of the description of a person’s Prakriti (constitution).
With the decline in gut health, high levels of stress and a toxic environment we are noticing a dramatic increase in the rate of developing autoimmune disease. Part of our practice is to not only treat autoimmune disease but also to work preventatively.