The countdown has begun for our big move into our new office!
This gives us a chance to reminisce and be thankful for our current office location, which has allowed us to grow and thrive against all odds.
At a time that has seen unprecedented sales of individual medical practices to big corporate entities (HCA/St. David’s, Ascension/Seton, Baylor Scott and White, Austin Regional Clinic, Austin Diagnostic Clinic, Texas Orthopedics, to name a few), we managed to stand against the tide and prove that customized, attentive medical care still exists.
Precision Medicine is not about running as many people through as possible. It is, and has always been, about what’s best for you, the patient, and about earning your trust by giving you time, undivided attention, and informed expertise. It has been about saying no to indiscriminate use of expensive treatments when we know they won’t work, even if that means no revenue for us.
While we are proud of our past 13 years in our current location, we can’t help being excited about our future. We designed this office to reflect our current philosophy of care: we solve medical problems first by restoring normalcy, then we go beyond this to prevent the problems from happening again.
The new office will have two state-of-the-art procedure rooms, where both fluoroscopic and ultrasound-guided interventions will be performed on the spine and the whole musculoskeletal system. To support our regenerative medicine procedures, we will have a laboratory where regenerative cells will be obtained from blood, bone marrow, and adipose tissue, and where we will do the most advanced quality control for our stem cells in Austin and beyond. This includes cell counters, flow cytometry, and counting fibroblast colony-forming units for every patient we treat.
The office will also have a room for IV treatments, ample storage space, modern patient exam rooms and a conference room where we will actually be able to have staff meetings and other events.
We are especially proud of our new gym. Our holistic approach to health has always emphasized fitness. However, this time around, we will actually have staff who will be able to help diagnose and treat physical problems using cutting edge technology like the Neubie machine and blood flow restriction training, alongside Foundation Training. We also have plans for small fitness classes to supplement the above mentioned methods.
We will very likely add Advanced Muscle Integration Technique therapy to our methods for increasing fitness and resilience.
The new office will also herald new programs for medical weight loss and for staving off and reversing cognitive decline.
We will have ample natural light, which, coming from our existing “cave” will feel great! Oh, and before I forget, the new office is within very easy access off Hwy 360. I know this will make most of you very happy.
In the following weeks, we will keep you posted with the timeline of our move. We can’t wait for you to see it!
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