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We extract PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) from your own blood and inject it into the scalp. This process stimulates hair growth by using the natural proteins and growth factors within the PRP that your body produces.



Genetic Fit Test

The Genetic Fit test uses your DNA to help determine what type of diet is best for you and how you should exercise. This is done by understanding through your DNA your body’s metabolic rate, endurance, and how quickly you can recover. You will receive a full report of over 75 genetic markers and how they affect your health and well-being. When it comes to the type of exercising that you should be doing, genetic fitness test will let you know what amount of cardio and weight lifting will help you get the results that you are looking for in your fitness goals.

Food Sensitivity (96)

Some of us can’t digest certain food types. This is problematic. This inability to digest causes inflammation in our gut system and unwanted particles enter our blood stream. The opposition between our immune system and these unwanted particles is called “Food Intolerance” and it leads to Discomfort and Disease that lasts for a lifetime. Chronic food sensitivities can cause migraines, anxiety, rashes, and fatigue. Our food sensitivity test checks for 96 common food sensitivities, and correcting these will tremendously improve your quality of life.

Micronutrient Test

Micronutrient testing measures the levels of activity of key vitamins and minerals in your white blood cells. Eating a balanced diet, exercising and taking a multivitamin is simply not enough.  Each person’s body is unique in its own way.  Due to the complexity of the human body, a personal healthcare approach is the only way to guarantee ideal results. MedÆsthetics micronutrient tests measure the function of 35 nutritional components including vitamins, antioxidants, minerals and amino acids within our white blood cells.

N|H Baseline

The MedÆsthetics Baseline is a brilliant first step as you make your journey to a healthier lifestyle. This test will allow for us to inform you on the status of inflammatory, hormonal, and metabolic markers that give you a 10,000 foot view into what is going on in your body right now. With the results of this test you can take stock of a complete picture of your health and actively make decisions to continue to improve your ability to affect your wellness.

Heavy Metal Toxins

Sounds like a rock band right? Well it is actually even better than that it’s a blood test that will measure the amount of the most common heavy metal toxins that we are exposed to in our modern lives. As we go out our day, we are exposed to all sorts of toxins that can lead to inflammation, cardiovascular disease, hormonal issues, and even Alzheimer’s. This test includes an all-inclusive metabolic panel to evaluate whether there are any kidney and/or liver issues that may hamper detoxification efforts.

Thyroid Panel

Typically, when you have a Thyroid malfunction it can be very common cause of fatigue, hair loss, weight gain, weakness, and depression. Having a comprehensive thyroid evaluation can diagnose Hashimoto’s, iodine deficiency, and other causes of thyroid malfunction.

Metabolic Profile

Obesity is one of the leading causes of many of our current ailments. A large portion of the world’s population is overweight due to metabolic disturbances in carbohydrate metabolism. Having a comprehensive blood panel can help diagnose metabolic syndrome and inflammation, which typically is attributed to  weight gain, which can lead to heart disease and cognitive decline.

Male & Female Hormone Panel (Pre-Pellet)

Hormones are chemical messengers that manage many bodily functions. Balanced hormones help you maintain good health, but shifting or unbalanced hormones can negatively affect your health. Sex hormone deficiency can begin around age 30 and tapers quickly after that. Specifically Loss of testosterone can cause heart disease, weight gain, Alzheimer’s, brain fog, and sexual dysfunction in men and women. Perimenopause can also cause a wide array of symptoms that can be controlled with bio-identical hormone therapy.

Cardiac Panel

Heart disease is a leading causes of death in the world It can often go undiagnosed until a person suffers a cardiovascular event.  A comprehensive lipid evaluation, along with identification of markers of inflammation and cardiac hormones, can help you detect the onset stages of heart disease to assist you in making necessary changes to your lifestyle and improve your cardiovascular health.

Telomere Test

Telomeres are sections of DNA at the end of each chromosome that serve as a cap to your genetic material.  Every time a cell replicates, its telomere will become shorter.  Shorter telomeres imply a shorter life span for a cell. With our test we can measure the average length of your telomeres against the telomeres in a healthy individual. This is useful in identifying your “cellular age” of your DNA.

Anemia Panel

It is estimated that approximately 3 million people in the United States suffer from anemia. Anemia is a lower than normal red blood cell count or the lack of hemoglobin in your red blood cells, resulting in a wide range of symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, and overall loss of vitality.  Most anemia is nutrition or hormone related.  This panel can identify indicators to diagnose and treat your anemia.

Autoimmune Panel

An “autoimmune panel” is a group of blood tests used to evaluate a person for the possibility of several autoimmune diseases. It is important to remember that no blood test is perfect, and getting to a diagnosis is usually much more complex than drawing blood and looking at a number on the results report. If you feel like you are getting sick often or are experiencing autoimmune symptoms,   the autoimmune screening is a tool that can be used to assess the condition of your immune system and help you rebuild its strength.

Lipid Panel

A lipid panel blood test measures the cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood. It is also called a cholesterol test or lipid profile. Having high cholesterol increases your risk for heart disease and atherosclerosis, this test can determine what your risks are and allow you to assess any changes in diet that are needed.  


The hormone testosterone is often associated with masculinity. However, women’s bodies also make testosterone. Too little testosterone in men or too much in women can indicate serious health problems. It can also result in fatigue, increased risk of cardiac disease, cognitive impairment, and a host of other symptoms. Tracking testosterone levels over time gives you a good indication of overall hormonal health.​

Vit D Levels

If you have had your vitamin D levels tested, it’s important to understand what the results mean, and what action you might need to take. Vitamin D deficiency is common throughout the world and leads to many symptoms, such as fatigue, depression, bone pain, back pain, and weakness.  The results of the blood test can tell you whether you’re getting too little, too much or the right amount of vitamin D as well as address the deficiency with the right solutions.

Gut Biome Test

The human body houses trillions of microbes (bacteria, yeast, viruses) that have been shown to influence our mood, digestion, immune system, skin, fitness, and many more. Our microbes help us digest food, regulate our immune system, produce helpful or harmful chemicals, and synthesize vitamins which are all required to maintain health & wellness. The gut biome  test is useful for people with brain fog, joint pain, fatigue, or skin rashes and can help diagnose a hidden sensitivity to wheat proteins that, when eliminated, could dramatically improve a person’s quality of life. 

Inflammation Panel

Chronic Inflammation is the root cause of almost every chronic disease, including heart disease, Alzheimer’s, gut disease, and autoimmune conditions. The Inflammation Panel analyses genes that are responsible for producing certain proteins that bring about inflammation at a cellular level. These proteins, called “markers,” create a multitude of metabolic problems within the body including obesity. Assessing these markers can help you track your efforts in reducing chronic inflammation in your body.

Hair Loss Panel

Hair loss is a common problem with both men and women. There may be common nutrient or hormonal links with hair loss that can be easily evaluated through blood or saliva tests. The hair loss blood test panel checks lab test markers that might identify causes for hair loss.