Please do not consume caffeine, food or nicotine for three hours prior to your assessment. After the assessment we will provide a light snack. We also want you hydrated, so please drink plenty of water. In addition, DO NOT exercise the day of your assessment before your appointment. Come prepared to exercise – bring exercise attire and tennis shoes. Please bring your smartphone and/or tablet with you and your insurance card.
Make sure you have your Google Play or Apple Store login/password information available, as you will be downloading a few applications during your appointment. Within these downloads, there is a one-time fee of roughly $3.00 required to allow your heart rate monitor to sync with your phone.
Complete biometric assessment, including segmental body composition analysis, resting metabolism and cardiovascular fitness (VO2) test, followed by a medical exam with an MD Revolution clinician and scheduling of lab tests.
Analysis of current diet and eating habits and creation of personal food plan to achieve health goals.
Fitness & Digital Health Session
Progress assessment of body composition and resting metabolism. Meet with clinician to discuss lab results and program progress.
Complete biometric assessment, including segmental body composition analysis, resting metabolism, and cardiovascular fitness (VO2) test. Recap of nutrition plan and adjustments as necessary.
Continued Participation and Coaching via RevUp
Continued support and feedback from coaches through RevUp with regular nutrition and fitness coaching.
MD Revolution has identified which blood tests are critical markers of your current health and health risks. Custom test panels will be ordered for you.
Cardiac CRP - A test for C-reactive protein or CRP, which appears to be correlated to heart disease risk. Inflammation (swelling) of the arteries has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease, heart attack, stroke, and peripheral arterial disease. The body produces CRP when inflammation takes place. Therefore, CRP is a marker for inflammation, meaning its presence indicates an increased state of inflammation in the body.
CBC - A complete blood test count (CBC), which gives important information about the kinds and numbers of cells in the blood. Through this test we can check any symptoms, such as weakness, fatigue, or bruising.
CMP - A comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) that provides information about your kidney and liver function, sugar (glucose) and protein levels in the blood, and your body’s electrolyte and fluid balance.
Free T4 - A test that can evaluate your thyroid function. This test helps to determine whether the thyroid hormone feedback system is functioning.
VAP – A test that provides a more comprehensive heart disease risk assessment than a conventional cholesterol test and will fully assess your risk of coronary heart disease. The test covers the total cholesterol and all subtype measurements, Atherogenic (plaque-forming) particles, LDL-cholesterol density patterns, and measurements of the most protective to least protective forms of HDL-cholesterol (good cholesterol).
TSH - A thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test is used to check for thyroid gland problems. The test is done to find out whether your thyroid gland is working properly. An underactive thyroid gland can cause symptoms such as weight gain, tiredness, dry skin, and more. An overactive thyroid can cause symptoms such as weight loss, rapid heart rate, and nervousness.
Optional Additional Tests:
Adiponectin - A test to determine the levels of Adiponectin, a hormone secreted by fat cells. Lower levels of Adiponectin have been associated with an increased incidence of obesity-linked cardiovascular diseases. The level of Adiponectin may help to estimate the risk of coronary disease.
Lipoprotein – A test for the Lipoproteins packages in which cholesterol and triglycerides travel throughout the body. Measuring the amount of cholesterol carried by each type of lipoprotein helps determine a person’s risk for cardiovascular disease (disease that affects the heart and blood vessels).