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FACILITY

NeuroForce1 currently provides comprehensive assessments at its Scottsdale facility. All assessments are performed by a highly trained NF1 expert and include an easy to understand summary report & easy to understand recommendations.

ASSESSMENT PACKAGES

Nutritional Programming

ASSESSMENTS

BIA, Resting Metabolic

DATA-DRIVEN PROGRAMS

Nutrition, Hydration & Supplementation Nutrient Timing Protocol

TARGET POPULATIONS

Basic Weight Loss, Data-Driven Nutrition

$250

Body Composition Management

ASSESSMENTS

BIA, Resting & Active Metabolic, Biometric

DATA-DRIVEN PROGRAMS

Nutrition, Hydration & Supplementation, Nutrient Timing Protocol, Metabolic Efficiency,Body Composition Management, Nervous System Management

TARGET POPULATIONS

Weight Loss, Bodybuilders, etc.

$500

Injury Prevention/Recovery

ASSESSMENTS

BIA, ANS, Circulatory, Neuromuscular, Pulmonary & Biometric

DATA-DRIVEN PROGRAMS

Nutrition, Hydration & Supplementation, Nutrient Timing Protocol, Metabolic Efficiency,Body Composition Management, Nervous System Management

TARGET POPULATIONS

Chronic Pain, Injury Recovery/Rehab or Prevention

$500

Basic Performance

ASSESSMENTS

BIA, Active Metabolic, ANS, Strength/Power/Agility, Biometric

DATA-DRIVEN PROGRAMS

Supplementation, Nutrient Timing Protocol, Functional Strength & Conditioning, Respiratory Muscle Therapy, Nervous System Management

TARGET POPULATIONS

Recreational & Amateur Athletes

$500

Wellness & Longetivity

ASSESSMENTS

BIA, Resting & Active Metabolic, ANS, Circulatory, Pulmonary, Biometric

DATA-DRIVEN PROGRAMS

Nutrition, Hydration & Supplementation, Nutrient Timing Protocol, Metabolic Efficiency, Respiratory Muscle Therapy, Corrective Exercise OR Functional S&C, Nervous System Management

TARGET POPULATIONS

Optimal Health & Work/Life Productivity

$750

Comprehensive/Elite Performance

ASSESSMENTS

Includes all applicable assessments

DATA-DRIVEN PROGRAMS

Nutrition, Hydration & Supplementation, Nutrient Timing Protocol, Metabolic Efficiency, Respiratory Muscle Therapy, Corrective Exercise, Functional Strength & Conditioning, Nervous System Management, Comprehensive Consultation

TARGET POPULATIONS

Elite Athletes

$1,000

INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENTS

Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis

Body Composition

Body composition is an objective assessment of body fat, muscle and water representing an objective and more valuable method for classification and progress tracking compared to crude assessments including scale weight or BMI.

Skeletal Muscle Mass

Skeletal Muscle Mass (SMM) comprises the muscle responsible for movement and posture, and is the primary type that develops in response to physical training. Increased SMM may improve overall strength & stability, whereas decreased SMM is an indication of poor nutritional status or inadequate strength training.

Segmental Composition Analysis

Segmental analysis allows for a breakdown of lean body mass and subcutaneous fat mass into five body parts: right arm, left arm, right leg, left leg & torso independently to develop more specific training goals. It is important to maintain relative symmetry to ensure optimal force production and manage risk of injury. Trending segmental analysis allows for objective progress tracking in various components of the body.

Visceral Fat

Visceral Fat is the intra-abdominal fat which is located inside the adominal cavity and not visible to the eye. Carrying a high amount of visceral fat is known to be associated with metabolic & cardiovascular conditions.

Subcutaneous Fat

Fat that is located underneath the skin, representing the most widely distributed fat tissue comprising adipocytes (fat cells) which act as an energy reserve. The number of these fat cells are determined by activity, nutritional status & genetics.

Protein Mass

Protein mass refers to the amount of nitrogen cells the individual’s body contains. Nitrogen is a component of protein which provides the body with the ability to repair tissues & cells. Adequate protein content is crucial for the development, growth and repair of skeletal muscle mass, as well as the regeneration of cells for overall health & longevity.

Bone Mineral Content

Bone mineral content is an estimate of bone density which may decrease with age or decreased skeletal muscle mass.

Hydration & Fluid Distribution

Proper hydration is related to metabolism, body composition management, energy production, immune function & much more. Dehydration has systemic effects that may decrease performance, increase the risk of training related injuries and limit the ability to achieve weight management goals.

Cellular Health

Cellular Phase Angle (PhA) is a measure of the quantity and quality of the somatic cells, allowing for conclusions to be dwarn about nutritional condition and overall health. A high phase angle (relative to population) indicated a person is in good physical condition at the cellular level. Generally speaking, the Phase angle decreases predictability from birth to old age.

Bio-Wellness Index

Bio-Wellness Index (BWI) score is based on the integrity of lean body mass versus total fat mass in order to provide a more purposeful number for progress monitoring in the promotion of lean body mass for integrty. BWI is reported as a score (0-10) and Biological Age.

Autonomic Nervous System

Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is a quantitative assessment of the Autonomic Nervous System which is responsible for maintaining the body’s homeostatic environment, regulating processes including heart rate, respiratory rate, stress responses and recovery. Time & Frequency-domain analysis of various durations are available, including nocturnal rMSSD sampled every 2 minutes during sleep.

Autonomic Balance

The ANS is comprised of two branches: the sympathetic (fight-or-flight) and parasympathetic (rest, digest & recover). Maintaining proper balance is crucial for optimal performance and health management. Autonomic Balance is reported as LF/HF ratio utilizing frequency-domain HRV analysis.

Physical Stress

Physical stress may include acute or chronic pain/injuries, normal response to rigorous exercise or a more serious/systemic health concern.

Mental Stress

Mental stress includes anxiety, anticipation, mood related issues or situational stress related to factors such as school or work.

Stress Resistance

Stress resistance represents the overall ability of the nervous system to perceive, respond, cope & ultimately recover from stress (mental & physical).

Circulatory Health

Arterial Elasticity

Arterial elasticity is a measurement of the flexibility & suppleness of the arteries in relation to circulation & endoethelial function. As we age, become sedentary or overtrain, the arteries tend to harden and decrease in ability to respond to stress and optimally deliver oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood flow. Decreased arterial elasticity equates to decreased athletic performance, ability to build & maintain muscle mass and increased risk of cardiovascular risk factors.

Peripheral Elasticity

Peripheral elasticity is related to the health/aging of the arteries that delver oxygen and nutrient-rich blood flow to the portions of the body furthest from the heart.

Differential Pulse Index

DPI indicates the health, aging and overall performance of the cardiovascular system which is crucial to maintaining health, optimal performance and sustainable energy production.

Pulmonary

Forced Vital Capacity

Comprehensive assessment of overall pulmonary function including evaluation and severity of obstructive or restrictive conditions, max inspiratory/expiratory pressure and much more. Includes reporting of estimated physiological lung age for simple interpretation & improvement monitoring.

FEV1

Comprehensive assessment of overall pulmonary function including evaluation and severity of obstructive or restrictive conditions, max inspiratory/expiratory pressure and much more. Includes reporting of estimated physiological lung age for simple interpretation & improvement monitoring.

Maximum Voluntary Ventilation

Comprehensive assessment of overall pulmonary function including evaluation and severity of obstructive or restrictive conditions, max inspiratory/expiratory pressure and much more. Includes reporting of estimated physiological lung age for simple interpretation & improvement monitoring.

Resting Metabolic

Resting Energy Expenditure

Measured via indirect calorimetry over a 15-20 minute assessment, Resting Energy Expenditure (REE) is the amount of energy the body needs to maintain its respiratory, digestive and cardiovascular systems, typically acounting for around 60-70% of Total Energy Expenditure (TEE).

Respiratory Quotient/Substrate Utilization

Respiratory Quotient (RQ) is an objective assessment of carbon dioxide production relative to oxygen consumption at rest which allows for a quantitative assessment of substrate utilization or the body’s preferred fuel source (fat versus carbohydrates) at rest.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness

Anaerobic Threshold

Anaerobic threshold marks the point where the individual is no longer consuming adequate oxygen to meet energy demands, and therefore transitions to the anaerobic metabolism. A by-product of the anaerobic metabolism is lactic acid, which as it accumulates, leads to the general burning sensation experienced during rigorous activity, but also marks the point where performance tends to steadily decline due to insustainability.

VO2 Max

VO2 max, measured in ml/kg/min, is the overall amount of oxygen that an individual is able to consume during a graded exercise assessment. While VO2 has long been considered the most accurate predictor of endurance performance, recent research indicates that it may also be among the most valuable predictors of cardiovascular disease, neurodegeneration & immune function.

Functional Capacity

Functional capacity, which is reported on a scale of I (no physical impairment) – IV (severe physical impairment) is related to an individual’s ability to perform general activities of daily living. Functional capacity is determined through comparison of achieved VO2max versus an individual’s predicted based on age, gender and other factors.

Neuromuscular Efficiency

Posture

Postural assessment to address maladaptive changes that may cause pain or increase risk of injury.

Balance

Quantify overall balance & balance dexterity.

Reaction Speed

General, cognitive decision making & fatigue-based reaction drills that can be configured for various sport or function specific assessments.

Electromyography (EMG)

Modular EMG system that can be applied to any muscle group to directly quantify muscle activation and symmetry in various movements or sport-specific drills.

Movement Efficiency

Comprehensive biomechanical assessment of maladaptive neuromuscular compensation patterns to pinpoint overactive versus underactive neuromuscular systems that may limit performacne or increase risk of injury. Movement efficiency assessments include, but are not limited to: overhead squat, quadruped rotary stability, rotational capacity, and much more.

Strength, Power & Agility

Linear Regression Strength Analysis

Utilizing velocity-based linear regression analysis, quantify projected 1RM on any foundational exercise without excessive load bearing to effectively minimize risk of injury.

Vertical Jump

Lower body explosive power as it relates to sport-specific demands

Reactive Strength Index

Efficiency of the stretch shortening cycle as it relates to force absorption & generation, or the ability to transition from eccentric to concentric force development.

Isometric Mid Thigh Pull

Isometric max strength assessment

Isometric Grip Strength

Isometric grip strength

Seated Med Ball Chest Throw

Standardized protocol to assess upper body explosive power.

Anaerobic Power

Anaerobic power assessments on various modalities to assess deficiencies that may limit sustainable performance.

Agility

Assess change of direction speed.

Biometric Trend Analysis (5-Day Minimum)

Activity

Beyond the basic parameters of step counting, the NF1 Biostrap’s dual sensor technology automatically identifies activity type, monitors reps, sets & form consistency for an objective and comprehensive assessment of daily activity, exercise habits and respective training effects on the nervous systems.

Oxygen Saturation

Establish baseline trend (5-days) to objectively understand how any type of intervention affects resting or exercise biometric responses. Assessed every 10-minutes throughout entire day for comprehensive & reliable trend analysis and post-intervention impact.

Heart Rate

Establish baseline trend (5-days) to objectively understand how any type of intervention affects resting or exercise biometric responses. Assessed every 10-minutes throughout entire day for comprehensive & reliable trend analysis and post-intervention impact.

HRV

Establish baseline trend (5-days) to objectively understand how any type of intervention affects resting or exercise biometric responses. Assessed every 10-minutes throughout entire day for comprehensive & reliable trend analysis and post-intervention impact.

Respiratory Rate

Establish baseline trend (5-days) to objectively understand how any type of intervention affects resting or exercise biometric responses. Assessed every 10-minutes throughout entire day for comprehensive & reliable trend analysis and post-intervention impact.

Sleep Analysis

Clinical grade sleep analysis automatically recorded every evening which includes sleep type (light, deep & REM), sleep latency, circardian consistency, nocturnal biometric trends, sleep disruptions & much more. Reporting includes gamified sleep efficiency score for simple interpretation & post-intervention outcome monitoring.

Recovery Efficiency

Clinical analysis of recoverability through comparison of daily data relative to data trends over the baseline period. Reprting includes gamified recovery score for simple interpreation & post-intervention outcome monitoring.

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9096 E. Bahia Dr. Unit 108
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

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