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Use Optimal DX’s blood chemistry analysis software to identify dysfunction, track change and guide your patients to optimal health. By supporting the analysis, interpretation and tracking of patient blood test results, this software tool accelerates your ability to deliver insights into your patients’ health and generate intuitive, comprehensive Functional Health Reports.
Frustrated by the lack of knowledge and tools available to practitioners of Functional Medicine, Dr. Dicken Weatherby has been developing powerful, comprehensive resources to support practitioners ever since graduating from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon, in 1998. This journey has culminated in Blood Chemistry and CBC Analysis – Clinical Laboratory Testing from a Functional Perspective, the seminal text on the functional analysis of blood test results, and the revolutionary Optimal DX Software platform, which facilitates the Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis process from end to end. To spread the knowledge of Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, Dr. Weatherby also developed a 12-week FBCA Mastery Training that medical practitioners can use to expand their knowledge and improve their practice.
Hear how our customers have transformed their practice with the Optimal DX Software platform.
“A great tool to be able to use and certainly worth every penny I pay for it – because of the time it saves me, and the professionalism it has. [...] It has definitely been a big part of why my business has been very successful over the last few years since we’ve implemented it.”Read Interview
“I have noticed that since I have been using the software, scheduling the follow-up and patients actually sticking to that follow-up schedule has been much easier. [...] This has been very, very good for my practice, both for time management for my personnel and myself as well as the revenue stream.”Read Interview
“The Blood Chemistry Software and the Functional Health Reports will make any practicing healthcare professional more effective and enable them to achieve high levels of success quickly. A win-win situation all around.”
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