Imagine you could identify health problems before they happened. Imagine you could find out whether you had a genetic predisposition to a particular disease. Now you can. At Medical Transformation Center in Louisville, KY, personalized diagnostics evaluate your risk for various medical conditions, including gastrointestinal (GI) problems. Consequently, we can find the best treatments based on your family history, lifestyle, and genetic makeup.
Diagnostics has the power to change the way you think about your health. If you suffer from GI health problems, a member of our team, which is led by Dr. Carl Paige, can evaluate your risk of developing conditions in order to help find the best treatment in your circumstances. Our team will analyze your individual symptoms to provide you with in-depth insights about your medical history, health, and lifestyle. We will then develop a unique plan to help move you toward improved functioning and a reduction of discomfort.
The evaluation assists our team in Louisville to provide you with accurate recommendations for the best treatment for you and your lifestyle.
Many people suffer from digestive diseases. Unfortunately, many patients ignore the symptoms associated with some GI-related conditions, which can make the problem worse. Personalized medicine offers the tools to help you achieve and maintain optimal health.
Personalized diagnostics can give us insight on any bacterial overgrowth or gut permeability, factors that contribute to a healthy microbiome. We tell you whether you are genetically predisposed to a GI-related health condition. As a result, we seek to prevent or manage a number of diseases.
Do you want to improve your GI-related health? If so, diagnostics and a personalized plan could provide you with a solution. To find out whether you are a good candidate for the Medical Transformation Center Approach, contact the team at Medical Transformation Center in Louisville, Kentucky, today and book a consultation.
"I am 32, I was a patient of Carl Paige most of my adolescence. He was even my children's doctor when born. If there was a human I wished lived forever. It would be him for sure, he is so great and caring. I wish he was still in family medicine, but also happy that this man has calmed his practice down. He was a very busy man, in some offices that he was in. It was almost impossible to get in to see him, because he was so busy. No other doctor measures up in my eyes."Casandra Perkinson