Physical Therapy Facility

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Physical Components Assessed

Heart and Circulation

Heart & Circulation

Advanced Lipid Panel
Inflammation Markers Blood
Pressure Biometrics Carotid
Artery Assessment
Electrocardiogram

Brain & Nerves

Brain & Nerves

Memory Testing
Reflex & Sensations
Hearing Screen
Vision Testing
Strength & Balance

Lungs & Breathing

Lungs & Breathing

Pulmonary Function
Maximum Oxygen Consumption (VO2 Max)
Allergies
Exercise Heart Rate Ranges
Pulse Oximetry

Muscle & Bone

Muscle & Bone

Movement & Pain
Strength Testing
Posture Screen
Body Composition

Stomach & Gastrointestinal

Stomach & Gastrointestinal

Liver Panel
Gallbladder
Micronutrients
Protein Panel

Hormones & Gland

Hormones & Gland

Insulin Resistance
Metabolic Panel
Metabolic Rate

Blood & Immunity

Blood & Immunity

Blood Composition
Omega 3-6-9 Distribution
CBC Complete Blood Count

Kidney & Urogenital

Kidney & Urogenital

Urinalysis
Cancer Screen Pap Smear (Women)
Cancer Screen PSA (Men)
Kidney Function Markers
Pelvic Exam (optional)

Pelma-Tabrizi

Pelma (Pam) Tabrizi, MD

Internal Medicine

I teach my patients that they are in charge of their health and every decision they make has a profound impact.  I guide my patients to empower them to make smart choices to get the best results.

Amit Hiteshi

Amit K. Hiteshi, MD

Internal Medicine & Functional Medicine

Listening is the key to helping my patients. The diagnosis is hidden in the intricate details that a patient shares with me and my job…

James Lindberg

James Lindberg, MD

Internal Medicine

Dr. Lindberg earned his medical degree from the University of California, Irvine and completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the UCI Medical Center. He is the past President of the Orange County Heart Association and has been a frequent speaker to physicians and leaders about health care and disease prevention.

Kory Tuominen

Kory L. Tuominen, MD

Internal Medicine

Dr. Tuominen received a St. Mary’s Academic Scholarship from the University of Minnesota Medical School, where he also participated in the Rural Physicians Associate Program. He completed his medical residency in Duluth, MN and his first staff position was with the Mayo Clinic Health System gaining further experience in full-spectrum family medicine.

wray watkins

Wray Watkins, M.S. ACSM CEP EIM

Exercise Physiologist

Wray’s viewpoint on wellness is centered on the successful relationship between an accurate assessment, mindful goal setting and focused activity. All three of these factors work together and his goal is to help patients find tools to maximize all three.

Mat Ross

Mat Ross

Exercise Physiologist

Mat’s philosophy focuses on building a solid base – flexibility, mobility, balance and stability – prior to starting any workout or fitness program. With over 16 years of experience in the health and fitness industry, Mat enjoys helping patients improve functional fitness and their overall health.

Cynthia Ixta

Cynthia Ixta

Exercise Physiologist

Cynthia is a firm believer that the benefits of exercise and positivity can make a significant difference in a patient’s life. She takes a prescriptive approach with each patient, utilizing her 15 years of experience and training, to help them get results for all aspects of their wellness.

Madeline Ackley

Madeline Ackley

Fitness Trainer & Nutritionist

Maddy’s foundation begins with the belief that health and wellness is a healing practice. Providing clients with the most mindful and effective training in a safe, encouraging and fun environment is her optimal goal.

Sample Schedule

Concierge check-in

8:00 am

Lab and Blood Testing

8:15 am

Breakfast Break

8:30 am

Enjoy a quick breakfast to energize before your physical consultation. If there are specific dietary requests, be sure to share these with your concierge when scheduling your appointment.

Nutrition and Wellness Consultation

9:00 am

Your personal nutrition can have a major effect on your overall health. Review your current dietary habits with our in-house nutrition specialist.

Medical Evaluation and Testing

9:30 am

Start the day off with a medical evaluation with members of your Designated Care Team, including your concierge nurse. Please refrain from eating, drinking, and use of tobacco products at least 8 hours before your exam, and get a good night’s rest before your big day!

Do not use lotions or creams on your chest, arms and legs (this can interfere with the EKG equipment).

Bring comfortable tennis shoes, gym attire and undergarments. Due to the use of a heart-rate monitor, we ask that ladies do not wear clothing with an underwire.

Make sure to eat a light breakfast prior to your exam, but breakfast will be provided.

Physical Examination

10:00 am

Complete your physical examination with your Concierge Physician in preparation for your fitness exam.

Fitness Assessment

11:30 am

During this comprehensive assessment, we use state-of-the-art technology that’s located in our in-house fitness facilities to measure cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance (both upper and lower body), and injury prevention through certain things such as posture screening and visual movement analysis.

Lunch & Shower Break

12:00 am

Post Fitness Eval, head to the showers to cleanup before enjoying lunch in one of our private member rooms. Please notify your concierge staff of any dietary restrictions or specific food requests when scheduling your appointment. You’re almost done with your day!

Concierge Check-out

12:30 am