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Find a Practitioner That Listens
When your condition doesn’t fall into a neatly defined category of disease, it can be challenging for allopathic physicians to find the time or approach required to treat you. With Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, you’ll find practitioners who focus on you first; not on disease. Functional practitioners are trained to improve your health and wellbeing, even if you don’t fall into a narrowly defined clinical diagnosis.
How Our Users Are Delivering Patient Outcomes
When medical practitioners offer Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis through the Optimal DX Software platform, their patients see massive benefits.
Find a Practitioner
See which practitioners in your area offer Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis and Functional Health Reports.
Expand Your Knowledge
Browse our resources to learn more about how Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis can help your practitioner find answers to your most pressing medical questions.
Insider's Guide to Your Patient's Blood Biomarkers
Read Optimal DX's insider guide to blood biomarkers — an informative introduction to Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, commonly analyzed blood biomarkers and their relationship to dysfunction.Download Now
The "FBCA Mastery" Certification Training Program
Learn Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis from Dr. Weatherby, earn Continuing Education credits and get certified in this transformative assessment technique.Enroll in Course
The FBCA Blueprint: How to Implement FBCA into Your Clinic
Interested in Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis but don't know how to start? This guide walks you through setting up FBCA in your practice.Download Now
Optimal - An ODX Whitepaper
Read our whitepaper "What Is Optimal - Striving for Optimal Blood Chemistry Results and Optimal Health". At the heart of this whitepaper is a thorough review of the ways standard reference ranges are established and why optimal ranges work better for the Functional Medicine practice. To demonstrate this concept of optimal ranges we review 6 representative biomarkers: Glucose, Homocysteine, Iron, TSH, Vitamin D and Magnesium.Download Now