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For an Appointment, Please  contact us at:

Email: frontdesk@generativemedicine.org
Phone: 203 366-0526
The Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine
115 Broad Street
Bridgeport CT 06604 USA

TEACHING SHIFT APPOINTMENTS

Drs. Maria Zangara and Tegan Moore supervise the two teaching shifts for the Fall 2018 semester. The shift typically consists of one supervising physician, assisted by a resident physician, and several student clinicians. The COEGM Teaching Shifts are an excellent choice for prospective patients who enjoy working in a group environment and participating in the education of tomorrow’s doctors.  Both Dr. Zangara and Dr. Moore have completed extensive training with Dr. Peter D’Adamo.

To schedule an appointment, contact The Center of Excellence by email or by phone: 203 366-0526.


Dr. Zangara’s clinical teaching shift (Fall 2018 Semester) : Thursday evenings 4PM – 8PM
Dr. Moore’s clinical teaching shift (Fall 2018 Semester) : Monday afternoons 2PM – 6PM


FIRST OFFICE CALL WITH FULL NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT (SWAMI)

This in-depth visit allows the physicians to develop a full dietary program for the patient, using the COE’s proprietary SWAMI software. This type of visit typically lasts about 1.5 hours and features the following:

  • In house Blood typing
  • Full genotyping work-up (all biometric measurements, dermatoglyphics, PROP tasting test)
  • Full History
  • Urine Free Radical Assessment
  • Routine urinalysis
  • Physical examination
  • Full SWAMI Personalized Diet Report Binder and Recipe Binder
  • Botanical/ supplement protocol, if indicated
  • Breath Hydrogen Testing
  • Diet consultation
  • Therapeutic recommendations (if required)
  • Bio-impedance analysis (for muscle, fat and cellular water determination)
  • Additional laboratory as required (billed separately)

 

NUTRIGENOMIC CONSULT (OPUS23)

This in-depth visit allows the physicians to an in-depth genetic and nutritional analysis for the patient, using the COE’s proprietary OPUS 23 software. This type of visit typically lasts about 1.5 hours and features the following:

  • Genetic Exploration of your DNA
  • Preventive analysis
  • Full OPUS 23 Analysis Document or Zip Drive
  • Supplement Protocol, if indicated
  • Physical Exam
  • Medical History Intake
  • Routine urinalysis

Opus23 is a software program that interprets raw genomic data from 23andme, a service company that performs genomic analysis and reports their findings back to you. At the Center of Excellence (COE), we then take the raw data from 23andme and run it through Opus23. Opus23 then ‘translates’ the raw genetic data into clinically relevant and important information that the COE staff physicians can then use to institute preventive or therapeutic actions.

Click here to learn more about the Nutrigenomic Consult


 

NATUROPATHIC FIRST OFFICE CALL

This in-depth visit allows the physicians to concentrate on particular health issues that may not require an extensive nutritional workup. A follow-up full SWAMI nutritional work-up can still be performed on a subsequent visit if deemed necessary. This type of visit typically lasts about 60 minutes and features the following:

  • Full History
  • Routine urinalysis
  • Physical examination
  • Bio-impedance analysis (for muscle, fat and cellular water determination)
  • Breath Hydrogen Testing
  • Botanical/ supplement protocol, if indicated
  • Therapeutic recommendations (if required)
  • Additional laboratory as required (billed separately)

UTOPIA MICROBIOME ASSESSMENT

The initial Utopia only appointment for a new patient is 75 minutes in length and includes a comprehensive intake including a targeted physical and screening exam (H+, BIA, UA), review of the Utopia findings relevant to their chief complaints as well as a treatment plan tailored to balance dysbiosis and resolve GI inflammation that may be the underlying cause of their condition.

The follow up/ established patient Utopia only appointment is 45 minutes in length and includes a brief intake and physical exam as well as a discussion of changes between initial and follow-up report and changes to protocol to further efficacy and address any new issues that may have arisen.

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