What is preventive testing?

You can’t help getting older, but you can stop yourself becoming old.

Henri Matisse

Over the years, life expectancy has gradually increased due to medical breakthroughs and improved hygiene.

Today, new disciplines are under development that aim to support individuals to age well. Preventive medicine, also known as anti-ageing medicine or functional medicine, can make use of less mainstream but just as interesting approaches, such as naturopathy, osteopathy, dietetics, micro-nutrition, etc. These approaches can be guided by the results of specific biological assays.

Juvenalis offers a first-line analysis, BasicCheck that can guide the clinician. Other more targeted analyses are also available for special circumstances (stress, food intolerances, etc.).

Preventive health laboratory testing in anti-ageing medicine

Preventive health laboratory testing is used to measure and objectivise the three main imbalances behind cellular ageing:

  • Oxidative stress, which attacks cell metabolism at the deepest level
  • Low-grade inflammation, which is responsible for many chronic pains
  • Dysbiosis, involved in most digestive disorders

Day-to-day wellness testing

While preventive health laboratory testing plays a prominent role in “ageing well”, it can also help in searching for causes of chronic diseases or in improving sporting performance.

Who can guide you in your preventive approach to wellness?

All practitioners involved in preventive and anti-ageing medicine can provide guidance: GPs and specialists in sports medicine, anti-ageing, aesthetics, dermatology, nutrition, diet, naturopathy, homeopathy, acupuncture, mesotherapy, etc.

The Juvenalis wellness tests allow clinicians to provide targeted and personalised guidance. This then allows signs of ageing to be prevented and the patient to remain in good health.