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Bionic Health Expands to Florida: Longevity Medicine Now in the Sunshine State

 

We're thrilled to announce a major milestone in our mission to provide "Optimal Health for All" - Bionic Health is now available in Florida! This expansion marks a significant step in our journey to revolutionize preventative healthcare across the United States. Floridians can now look, feel and perform their best with the aid of doctors using the latest technology.

 

Bringing Personalized, Proactive Healthcare to You

 

At Bionic Health, our mission is to provide optimal health for all by going beyond the annual check-up and using proactive preventative medicine to help our members live their best life longer. Your journey starts with an baseline risk assessment of over 47+ biomarkers. Followed by a one-on-one virtual physician consultation to review your results. You'll leave with a personalized action plan that includes diet, exercise, and supplement recommendations - even prescription medication, if you want it. 

Track your progress and get care team support at your convenience through the Bionic Health mobile app or website. Refine your action plan by connecting your wearable devices, or through additional testing like DEXA body scans and CGM. You can even dive deep on specific areas of your health like sleep, hormones, body composition and physical performance. All under the guidance of board-certified physicians. 

If you're familiar with Peter Attia or Andrew Huberman, then you've heard about the revolution that is Medicine 3.0.

You deserve more than the annual checkup. Prioritize your health today!

Here's What This Means for You

 

If you're in Florida and have been thinking, "I want to learn more about my body"or "I want proactive, not reactive healthcare," then Bionic Health is your answer. Here's what you can expect:

1. Personalized Action Plans: Tailored healthcare strategies designed specifically for you.

2. One-on-One Doctor Consultations: Direct access to expert physicians who understand your unique health profile.

3. Advanced Testing: Cutting-edge diagnostics to provide deep insights into your health.

4. Proactive Health Management: We focus on prevention and optimization, not just treating symptoms.

 

Check out some of our affiliates to find a testing location near you!

Panhandle
Jacksonville
Orlando
Tampa/St. Petersburg/Sarasota
Naples
Fort Lauderdale
Hollywood
Miami

Join our Healthcare Revolution

 

Whether you're a long-time resident of Florida, or you've just moved to this beautiful state, Bionic Health is here to transform your healthcare experience. We're bringing the future of longevity medicine to your doorstep, offering a level of personalized care that traditional healthcare simply can't match.

 

Ready to Take Control of Your Health?

 

The future of health care is here, and it's personal. If you're ready to experience the Bionic Health difference, here's how to get started:

1. Learn More: Check out our website for detailed information about our services and approach.

2. Sign Up: It's easy to become a Bionic Health member - just follow the link below.

3. Start Your Journey: Once you're signed up, we'll guide you through every step of your personalized health optimization journey.

 

Don't wait for health issues to arise - take control of your wellbeing today with Bionic Health. Florida, we're excited to embark on this journey of health and wellness with you!

 

Sign up today for Bionic Health today and start your journey to optimal health!

 

Welcome to the future of healthcare, Florida. Together, let's redefine what it means to be healthy!

Bionic Health Expands to Florida!
June 26, 2024

Bionic Health Expands to Florida!

We're thrilled to announce a major milestone in our mission to provide "Optimal Health for All" - Bionic Health is now available in the Sunshine State! Shed new light on your best self by joining Bionic Health!
Bionic Health
Bionic Health

The Bionic Beat  v10: Metabolic Health

The last newsletter was about heart health. Today we will talk about metabolic health. Metabolic diseases, such as diabetes and obesity, have become increasingly prevalent. These conditions not only affect daily life but also have long-term consequences for overall health, including increased risks of cancer and heart disease. In this newsletter, we'll explore metabolic disease and what we can do to counteract it.  

 

Metabolic Disease and Increased Risk of Cancer and Heart Disease:

Metabolic disease is bigger than just the disease itself. It's important to understand its connections to other conditions.

For example, people with diabetes are more likely to develop liver, pancreatic, colorectal, and breast cancers. They also have a two to four times greater risk of heart disease compared to those without diabetes.

Diabetes and obesity are associated with an increased risk of multiple cancers, dementia, and can contribute to the development of heart disease.

Understanding these connections help us understand that metabolic disease is bigger than the disease on its own.  

Check out this paper on increased risk of heart disease with type two diabetes: Diabetes and cardiovascular disease: Epidemiology, biological mechanisms, treatment recommendations and future research - PMC (nih.gov)

In this short video, I describe how our Metabolic Module helps you achieve optimal health:

 

Counteracting Metabolic Disease with Lifestyle:


Daily choices have the power to prevent and manage metabolic disorders. Remember that Rome was not built in a day, so you will want to make incremental changes. I often praise the mantra “progress not perfection”.

For lifestyle, a combination of cardiovascular and resistance training improves insulin sensitivity, for you, this might be increasing your step count or training for an Ironman depending on where you are on your journey.

For diet, I love simplicity, that is why I promote the 800-gram challenge. Try to eat 800 grams per day (about 6 cups) of vegetables, fruit, legumes etc.

Work with your Bionic Advisor on your action plan for an active lifestyle and healthy diet to drive metabolic change.

Check out this video from Peter Attia and Layne Norton:

Or learn about the origins of the 800-gram challenge:

 

Medical Interventions for Metabolic Disease:


In addition to lifestyle changes, modern medicine offers powerful tools to manage metabolic disorders.

Metformin reduces liver glucose production and improves insulin sensitivity, while SGLT2 inhibitors help kidneys flush out excess glucose.

GLP-1 agonists, prescribed for both diabetes and obesity, regulate appetite and insulin secretion. When used under medical guidance and combined with lifestyle modifications, these medications can be game changers in controlling metabolic disease and reducing long-term health risks.

Are any of these right for you? Send a chat to your Bionic Physician and see what they think.

Checkout this video on why I love GLP-1s:

Remember that we are all about progress not perfection. It’s hard to make change, but we are here to help you and guide you to the best version of yourself and we’ll get there a step at a time.

Don't forget: Get $50 for a new member referral!

Bionic Beat v10: Metabolic Health
Bionic Beat
June 21, 2024

Bionic Beat v10: Metabolic Health

The last newsletter was about heart health. Today we will talk about metabolic health. Metabolic diseases, such as diabetes and obesity, have become increasingly prevalent. These conditions not only affect daily life but also have long-term consequences for overall health, including increased risks of cancer and heart disease. In this newsletter, we'll explore metabolic disease and what we can do to counteract it.
Jared Pelo
Jared Pelo
Chief Medical Officer

Hi, I'm Dr. Jared P., and I’m excited to share what I’ve been working on for the past eight months with my good friend Robbie Allen.

I've always been passionate about using AI to enhance medicine. Alongside Nuance Communications and Microsoft, I developed Dragon Ambient Experience, which converts doctor-patient conversations into clinical notes, allowing doctors to focus more on their patients.

A year ago, Robbie Allen reached out with an idea for a new venture. Given my background at Microsoft, where I collaborated with leading AI researchers, I was ready for a fresh challenge. We discussed our mutual passion for helping people achieve optimal health.

Many people desire more happiness, peace, adventure, and learning in life, but poor health often hinders these goals, especially as we age. My father's and brother-in-law's premature deaths due to preventable health issues inspired us to create a solution.

We noticed that while high-end healthcare options are available for those who can afford them, there was a lack of accessible, precision healthcare for everyone else. Thus, we founded Bionic Health to offer precision healthcare powered by AI and physicians, making optimal health attainable for all.

Our concept, "the best fourth quarter," aims to extend the period of life where happiness peaks, which studies show is around age 65. Poor health often causes this peak to decline. Our product integrates lab testing, AI decision support, physician care, and advisors to help maintain better health for longer.

We are currently launching our beta phase for early adopters. We emphasize transparent pricing, showing exactly where your money goes, unlike traditional healthcare systems. Although it's currently a cash-pay product, we hope to have insurance coverage in the future once we demonstrate successful outcomes. In our initial testing phase, we identified several life-threatening conditions early, allowing us to intervene effectively.

If you're interested, visit bionichealth.com. We are currently available in North Carolina and will soon expand to Virginia and South Carolina. Sign up for our waiting list if you're in these states. This is an exciting time, and we’re offering a discount link for early adopters. Feel free to reach out with any questions. Let’s achieve optimal health together.

Thank you.

The best 4th Quarter
Company news
June 17, 2024

The best 4th Quarter

Dr. Jared P. and Robbie Allen founded Bionic Health to provide accessible precision healthcare using AI and physician support. Their service includes lab testing and health advisors, focusing on maintaining optimal health, especially as people age.
Jared Pelo
Jared Pelo
Chief Medical Officer

Bionic Beat  v9: Heart Health

Heart disease is the number one killer in the world. The death of my brother in-law due to a massive heart attack is one of the reasons I started Bionic Health. In this newsletter, we'll discuss three important topics related to heart health: blood pressure, calcium scans versus angiograms, and ApoB as a biomarker. By understanding these factors and taking proactive steps, you can better monitor and manage your cardiovascular health.

 

Blood Pressure:

90% of the time I ask people if they have high blood pressure, they tell me no. When I have them monitor it for two weeks, 25% of them are found to have high blood pressure. One cool thing about blood pressure is how much you can impact it with diet and lifestyle.

Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of your arteries while your heart pumps and relaxes. High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can damage your blood vessels and increase your risk of heart disease, stroke, and kidney problems.  

Check out this great video from Dr Attia and Dr Huberman about blood pressure, how to take it and the importance of it.

Calcium scan versus Coronary CT Angiogram:

Calcium scans and coronary CT angiograms are two diagnostic tests that can help assess your heart health. A calcium scan measures the amount of calcium buildup in your coronary arteries, which can indicate the presence of calcified plaques.  

A coronary CT angiogram, on the other hand, uses CT with a special dye to create detailed images of your blood vessels, helping to identify blockages or narrowing. With advanced AI techniques, we can also see soft plaques which cannot be seen on a calcium scan.  

A simple rule of thumb is that if you are younger than 45 a calcium scan cannot rule out vascular disease, but it can rule it in. If you are under 45 with a positive calcium scan, we’ll want to be aggressive in trying to prevent further plaque buildup. A CT angiogram can tell us your vessel health no matter the age, but it is about 6 times more expensive.  

Check out this video from Dr. Pelo about Calcium Scans and CT Angiograms

ApoB as a Biomarker:

Apolipoprotein B (ApoB) is a protein found in plaque causing cholesterol particles. Recent research suggests that measuring ApoB levels may be a more accurate indicator of cardiovascular risk than traditional cholesterol tests. High ApoB levels indicate a greater number of all plaque causing particles (LDL, VLDL, Lp(a) etc) in the bloodstream, which can contribute to the development of atherosclerosis and increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes.  

We use many different markers to look at your cholesterol health, but ApoB is the big picture molecule when it comes to plaque causing cholesterol. However, high ApoB doesn’t guarantee a plaque, it just means there is a higher risk. It is necessary for causing plaques but not sufficient alone, meaning there are other factors as well (metabolic disease, blood pressure, smoking, genetics).  

Check out this video from Dr Attia and Dr Huberman about how to think about ApoB and how it causes heart disease.

Conclusion:

By staying informed about blood pressure, heart scans, and ApoB, you can take a more proactive approach to your heart health. Remember to discuss these topics with your Bionic team and work together to develop a personalized plan for monitoring and managing your cardiovascular well-being. Small steps, such as adopting a heart-healthy lifestyle and staying up-to-date with recommended screenings, can make a big difference in protecting your heart for years to come.

Don't forget: Get $50 for a new member referral!

Bionic Beat v9: Vascular Health
Bionic Beat
June 7, 2024

Bionic Beat v9: Vascular Health

Heart disease is the number one killer in the world. The death of my brother in-law due to a massive heart attack is one of the reasons I started Bionic Health. In this newsletter, we'll discuss three important topics related to heart health: blood pressure, calcium scans versus angiograms, and ApoB as a biomarker.
Jared Pelo
Jared Pelo
Chief Medical Officer

Transforming Primary Care: A Conversation with Dr. Catherine Isaac

In the third episode of our groundbreaking Medicine 3.0 podcast, Dr. Jared Pelo sits down with Dr. Catherine Isaac, one of Bionic Health's newest physicians. Dr. Isaac brings a wealth of experience in internal medicine and mind-body medicine, offering a unique perspective on the future of primary care.

Key Takeaways:

1. A Holistic Approach to Medicine: Dr. Isaac's journey from traditional internal medicine to mind-body medicine highlights the importance of treating the whole person, not just symptoms.

2. The Burnout Crisis in Healthcare: Dr. Isaac candidly discusses her experience with physician burnout, shedding light on a critical issue affecting healthcare providers nationwide.

3. Integrative Medicine in Practice: Through personal anecdotes, Dr. Isaac demonstrates how integrating traditional and alternative approaches can lead to better patient outcomes.

4. The Importance of Body Composition and Performance Testing: Dr. Isaac expresses excitement about Bionic Health's approach to comprehensive health assessment, emphasizing the value of understanding muscle mass, strength, and mobility.

5. Rethinking Weight Loss: The conversation challenges the traditional focus on calorie restriction, advocating instead for a balanced approach that includes building strength and muscle mass.

6. The Future of Primary Care: Dr. Isaac's journey to Bionic Health represents a shift towards a more sustainable and patient-centered model of care.

Dr. Isaac's story is a powerful reminder of the challenges facing primary care physicians and the potential for innovative approaches to transform healthcare delivery. Her enthusiasm for Bionic Health's comprehensive approach, particularly in areas like body composition testing and performance evaluation, highlights the potential for these tools to revolutionize preventive care.

The episode underscores the importance of addressing physician burnout and creating systems that allow doctors to provide the level of care they aspire to. Dr. Isaac's experience illustrates how alternative models like Bionic Health can offer a path forward, benefiting both patients and providers.

As we continue to explore the frontiers of Medicine 3.0, Dr. Isaac's insights remind us that the future of healthcare lies in combining the best of traditional medicine with innovative approaches that address the whole person. Her journey from burnout to renewed enthusiasm serves as an inspiring example of how reimagining healthcare delivery can reinvigorate both providers and patients alike.

Stay tuned for more episodes of Medicine 3.0, where we continue to explore the cutting edge of health and longevity science with the passionate team at Bionic Health.

MEDICINE 3.0 | EP 3 | Catherine Isaac, MD
Medicine 3.0
June 5, 2024

MEDICINE 3.0 | EP 3 | Catherine Isaac, MD

Dr. Pelo talks with Dr. Catherine Isaac about her journey from traditional medicine to Bionic Health's innovative approach, reimagining primary care for the future.
Bionic Health
Bionic Health

The Bionic Beat v8: Cognitive Health

When I share my passion for longevity and healthspan with others, a common concern I hear is, "I wouldn't want to live longer if my brain isn't functioning well." It is a valid point. Quality of life is just as important as quantity, and a healthy brain is crucial for enjoying our later years.  

In this newsletter, we will explore three key aspects of brain health: the role of genetics in dementia, the importance of the Omega-3 Index, and how challenging your brain through learning can help keep your mind sharp.

But first, a quick product announcement!

Your Biomarker Dashboard is now live!

We’re excited to announce that the new biomarker dashboard with scores and biological age is now available to all members.

Make sure you have the latest app update, swipe the score in the center to see more, and tap the ? icon above each score to see our explanations for each.

We’re launching with support for blood-based biomarkers with more observation types to come soon.

Predicting Alzheimer's

Recent studies have highlighted the gene ApoE, particularly its variant number 4, which is known to increase the risk of Alzheimer's Dementia (AD).

If you have two of these variants, your lifetime risk of cognitive impairment or dementia rises to 30-67%.

But genetics is only part of the story; our lifestyle choices matter significantly. That is why we are developing our genetics module, to provide people with the information they need to improve their odds.

Here is the citation to the most recent paper. Despite its daunting findings, it provides valuable insights:

APOE4 homozygozity represents a distinct genetic form of Alzheimer’s disease | Nature Medicine

You can also watch my take on the paper and why biologic diagnosis of something is different from clinical diagnosis.

Here is a short video from Jared talking about his take on the paper and why biologic diagnosis of something is different from clinical diagnosis.

The Omega-3 Index

We check many biomarkers, some extremely specific to body systems and others important for multiple systems.

The Omega-3 Index is one such critical biomarker, essential for overall health, heart health, and especially brain health. Unfortunately, it is often overlooked by regular doctors.

Watch this clip from Dr. Bill Harris, the foremost expert on the Omega-3 Index, discussing its relevance to brain health:

Additionally, here is a video where I talk about one of my favorite papers on the Omega-3 Index and dementia:

Exercising your brain

We have discussed the benefits of exercise for mental health in past newsletters, emphasizing its importance for brain health.

A more intriguing question is whether you can directly exercise the brain through learning.

The answer is yes. Much like physical exercise, stimulating your brain and building new neural pathways helps maintain brain health.

Check out this lecture by Neurologist Josh Turknett from Emory Medical School, explaining the best ways to train your brain and why learning an instrument might be beneficial at any age:

Don't forget: Get $50 for a new member referral!

Bionic Beat v8:  Cognitive Health
Bionic Beat
May 17, 2024

Bionic Beat v8: Cognitive Health

In this newsletter, we will explore three key aspects of brain health: the role of genetics in dementia, the importance of the Omega-3 Index, and how challenging your brain through learning can help keep your mind sharp.
Jared Pelo
Jared Pelo
Chief Medical Officer

Bionic Health Expands to Utah: Medicine 3.0 Arrives in the Beehive State!

 

We're thrilled to announce a major milestone in our mission to provide "Optimal Health for All" - Bionic Health is now available in Utah! This expansion marks a significant step in our journey to revolutionize preventative healthcare across the United States. Utahns can now look, feel and perform their best with the aid of doctors using the latest technology.

 

Bringing Personalized, Proactive Healthcare to You

 

At Bionic Health, our mission is to provide optimal health for all by going beyond the annual check-up and using proactive preventative medicine to help our members live their best life longer. Your journey starts with an baseline risk assessment of over 47+ biomarkers. Followed by a one-on-one virtual physician consultation to review your results. You'll leave with a personalized action plan that includes diet, exercise, and supplement recommendations - even prescription medication, if you want it. 

Track your progress and get care team support at your convenience through the Bionic Health mobile app or website. Refine your action plan by connecting your wearable devices, or through additional testing like DEXA body scans and CGM. You can even dive deep on specific areas of your health like sleep, hormones, body composition and physical performance. All under the guidance of board-certified physicians. 

If you're familiar with Peter Attia or Andrew Huberman, then you've heard about the revolution that is Medicine 3.0.

You deserve more than the annual checkup. Prioritize your health today!

Here's What This Means for You

 

If you're in Florida and have been thinking, "I want to learn more about my body"or "I want proactive, not reactive healthcare," then Bionic Health is your answer. Here's what you can expect:

1. Personalized Action Plans: Tailored healthcare strategies designed specifically for you.

2. One-on-One Doctor Consultations: Direct access to expert physicians who understand your unique health profile.

3. Advanced Testing: Cutting-edge diagnostics to provide deep insights into your health.

4. Proactive Health Management: We focus on prevention and optimization, not just treating symptoms.

 

Why Utah?

 

Our expansion into Utah is more than a business decision - it's personal. Dr. Jared Pelo, our Chief Medical Officer, was born and raised in the beautiful Beehive State!

These personal ties ensure that our expansion is driven by a genuine understanding of and commitment to these communities.

 

What This Means for You

 

If you're in Utah and have been thinking, "I want to learn more about my body"or "I want personalized, not reactive healthcare," then Bionic Health is your answer. Here's what you can expect:

1. Personalized Action Plans: Tailored healthcare strategies designed specifically for you.

2. One-on-One Doctor Consultations: Direct access to expert physicians who understand your unique health profile.

3. Advanced Testing: Cutting-edge diagnostics to provide deep insights into your health.

4. Proactive Health Management: We focus on prevention and optimization, not just treating symptoms.

 

Check out some of our affiliates to find a testing location near you!

Salt Lake City
Logan

Join our Healthcare Revolution

 

Whether you're a long-time resident of Utah, or you've just moved to this beautiful state, Bionic Health is here to transform your healthcare experience. We're bringing the future of longevity medicine to your doorstep, offering a level of personalized care that traditional healthcare simply can't match.

 

Ready to Take Control of Your Health?

 

The future of health care is here, and it's personal. If you're ready to experience the Bionic Health difference, here's how to get started:

 

1. Learn More: Check out our website for detailed information about our services and approach.

2. Sign Up: It's easy to become a Bionic Health member - just follow the link below.

3. Start Your Journey: Once you're signed up, we'll guide you through every step of your personalized health optimization journey.

 

Don't wait for health issues to arise - take control of your wellbeing today with Bionic Health. Utah, we're excited to embark on this journey of health and wellness with you!

 

Sign up for Bionic Health today and start your journey to optimal health!

 

Welcome to the future of healthcare, Utah. Together, let's redefine what it means to be healthy!

Medicine 3.0 Arrives in Utah! Bionic Health is Open in the Mountain West!
Company news
May 6, 2024

Medicine 3.0 Arrives in Utah! Bionic Health is Open in the Mountain West!

Take your health to new heights with Bionic Health in the Beehive State!
Bionic Health
Bionic Health

The Bionic Beat v7: Hormone Health

Today’s issue talks about hormonal health for men and women and explains in part how we educate our members to help them decide if treatment is right for them. Unlike other places that offer only this treatment, we view hormonal health and treatment as one (very important) part of the holistic view of your health.  

First a quick company update, we’ve now expanded to Virginia and Utah!  

These are special places to me where I attended medical school and residency. If you know anyone in those states, send them our way!

Considering Testosterone for Women

Hormones play a vital role in our health and well-being, but they can also be a source of controversy and confusion. Testosterone and menopausal hormone therapy are two areas where there has been ongoing debate and evolving research. Today I want to bring some clarity to how we think about testosterone and hormone replacement therapy in menopause.  

Testosterone is often thought of as a "male" hormone, but it's also crucial for women's health. In women, testosterone influences muscle mass, metabolism, mental sharpness, libido, and estrogen production. Proper testosterone therapy, especially during perimenopause and menopause, may offer benefits such as improved genital and urinary tract health, enhanced desire, and better overall quality of life.  

However, the use of testosterone in women is still not widely accepted by regulators, and more research is needed to fully understand its safety and effectiveness.

Check out this video from one of our favorite female urologists Kelly Casperson.

Insights from TRAVERSE trial for men

For men, testosterone is a critical hormone for overall health, vitality, and quality of life. Adequate levels help maintain muscle mass, bone density, sex drive, energy, and mood. The recent TRAVERSE trial, the largest study of its kind, provides important insights into the safety of testosterone therapy for men, showing no increased risk of major cardiovascular events.  

Check out this video that explains the TRAVERSE trial findings in 10 minutes:

Mohit Khera, MD, Baylor School of Medicine summarizes the findings from this very important study

Read the paper: Cardiovascular Safety of Testosterone-Replacement Therapy

Recent analysis of WHI study

In recent days, there was a new analysis of the famous Women's Health Initiative (WHI) study. While it attempts to provide a more nuanced picture of the safety and benefits of menopausal hormone therapy, particularly for women in their 50s and early 60s experiencing significant symptoms, the analysis falls short in some respects.  

In my view, it continues to downplay the suffering of women and doesn't fully acknowledge the harm caused by the poorly analyzed findings that have persisted for the last 20 + years. However, it is a step in the right direction compared to the initial WHI findings from 2002.  

I really like this article that the NYT ran last year, we provided a gift link so you can read the whole thing.  

NYT article: Women have been mislead about menopause

New analysis: The Women’s Health Initiative Randomized Trials and Clinical Practice

A short video: Menopause on CBS This Morning

In summary, hormonal health is complex, and research is continually evolving. At Bionic Health, we are committed to providing you with the latest information, personalized guidance, and care to help you make informed decisions about your health. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

Don't forget: Get $50 for a new member referral!

Bionic Beat v7: Hormone Health
Bionic Beat
May 3, 2024

Bionic Beat v7: Hormone Health

Today’s issue talks about hormonal health for men and women and explains in part how we educate our members to help them decide if treatment is right for them. Unlike other places that offer only this treatment, we view hormonal health and treatment as one (very important) part of the holistic view of your health.
Jared Pelo
Jared Pelo
Chief Medical Officer

Bionic Health Expands to Virginia: Revolutionizing Preventative Healthcare

We're thrilled to announce a major milestone in our mission to provide "Optimal Health for All" - Bionic Health is now available in Virginia! This expansion marks a significant step in our journey to revolutionize preventative healthcare across the United States.

Bringing Personalized, Proactive Healthcare to New Frontiers

At Bionic Health, we're not just another healthcare provider. We're pioneers in personalized, proactive healthcare, and now we're bringing our innovative approach to Virginia. Here's what this means for you:

1. Personalized Action Plans: Tailored healthcare strategies designed specifically for you.
2. One-on-One Doctor Consultations: Direct access to expert physicians who understand your unique health profile.
3. Advanced Testing: Cutting-edge diagnostics to provide deep insights into your health.
4. Proactive Health Management: We focus on prevention and optimization, not just treating symptoms.

Why Virginia?

Our expansion into Virginia is more than a business decision - it's personal. Dr. Jared Pelo, our Chief Medical Officer, and Dr. Hugh Colvin, our first addition to the clinical team, both have deep connections to the great Commonwealth of Virginia:

- Before Bionic Health was even a dream, both Drs. Pelo and Colvin completed their undergraduate studies and medical residencies at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
- Prior to founding and joining Bionic Health, Drs. Pelo and Colvin worked together as attending Emergency Medicine physicians with Centra Health in Lynchburg, Virginia.

These personal ties ensure that our expansion is driven by a genuine understanding of and commitment to these communities.

What This Means for You

If you're in Virginia and have been thinking, "I want to learn more about my body" or "I want personalized, not reactive healthcare," then Bionic Health is your answer. Here's what you can expect:

- Comprehensive Health Insights: Go beyond standard check-ups with our advanced testing and analysis.
- Personalized Care: Your health plan is as unique as you are, tailored to your specific needs and goals.
- Proactive Approach: We don't wait for problems to arise - we work with you to optimize your health and prevent issues before they start.
- Expert Team: Access to top-tier healthcare professionals dedicated to your wellbeing.

Check out some of our affiliates to find a testing location near you!

NOVA
- Body Mass Composition Testing, Arlington, VA
- Arthritis & Sports, Sterling, VA
- Fairfax Radiology Center of Sterling, Sterling, VA
- Fairfax Radiology Center of Lansdowne, Lansdowne, VA

Richmond
- METAFITRX, Richmond, VA

Join the Healthcare Revolution

Whether you're a long-time resident of Virginia, or you've just moved to this beautiful state, Bionic Health is here to transform your healthcare experience. We're bringing the future of longevity medicine to your doorstep, offering a level of personalized care that traditional healthcare simply can't match.

Ready to Take Control of Your Health?

The future of healthcare is here, and it's personal. If you're ready to experience the Bionic Health difference, here's how to get started:

1. Learn More: Check out our website for detailed information about our services and approach.
2. Sign Up: It's easy to become a Bionic Health member - just follow the link below.
3. Start Your Journey: Once you're signed up, we'll guide you through every step of your personalized health optimization journey.

Don't wait for health issues to arise - take control of your wellbeing today with Bionic Health. Virginia, we're excited to embark on this journey of health and wellness with you!

Sign up for Bionic Health today and start your journey to optimal health!

Welcome to the future of healthcare, Virginia. Together, let's redefine what it means to be healthy!
Bionic Health is now Available in Virginia
Company news
May 2, 2024

Bionic Health is now Available in Virginia

Virginia is for Lovers! Spend more quality time with your loved ones by joining Bionic Health, today! Learn more about how we can help make the 4th quarter of life, your best one yet!
Bionic Health
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