One size does not fit all.
Expansive baseline and diagnostic testing including detailed genomic and hormonal analysis. This allows for a more accurate and comprehensive assessment thereby enabling the Sydenham Clinic team to design a personalized plan for prevention and management of chronic conditions to optimize your health using the most cutting-edge resources available.
We don't take things at face value.
Instead, we take a root-cause, systems biology approach to disease and prevention. We leverage the ever-evolving nutritional science, epigenetics, and nutrigenomics. We endeavor to find new ways to look deeply into your medical history, lifestyle, and factors at the cellular level.
Helping you harness your body's potential.
Biohacking is about enhancing your physical and cognitive performance. For many biohackers, this consists of making small, incremental diet or lifestyle changes to make improvements in your health and well-being. With the use of next-gen wearables and technology, Sydenham Clinic makes biohacking more effective than ever.
Evidence-based practice of helping you make lifestyle changes that increase your health and quality of life.
Changing unhealthy behaviors is foundational to longevity, disease prevention, disease management, and wellness. Our interdisciplinary establishes a trusted relationship with the member, which is key for motivating positive health behaviors and outcomes. From luminary speakers at the helm of longevity sciences and medical research to our in-house team of lifestyle experts, we offer lifelong learning and wellness experiences.
There is robust evidence that simple dietary changes based on a functional clinical approach can help reverse chronic disease and bolster vibrant longevity. Using scientific data to identify nutritional deficiencies and unique metabolic make-up in accordance with your genome, microbiome, and pathology, our integrative nutritionist will identify foods specific to each member that can treat the root cause of common ailments including low energy and cognitive decline.