The Map (including 30 min. consultation)
Have you ever wondered why two people with the same symptoms respond differently to the same medication? Do you wonder why you sometimes feel better but you don’t really feel well? The answers to these and many other similar questions are available if you know where to look and what other questions to ask. With a simple test, called a Matrix Assessment Profile (M.A.P.) you can learn what you need to know to solve these problems once and for all.
I want to share with you some new thoughts about an old idea in health care diagnostics called the Matrix Assessment Profile or, as I’ll refer to it throughout this dialogue, the MAP. But before I do, it’s important to establish some fundamental concepts critical to understanding the role of tools like the MAP in assessing wellness.
First and foremost, it’s important to recognize that the MAP is not a stand-alone diagnostic test. Nor, does it diagnose disease. It is, however, an extremely effective interpretative tool that can provide a unique perspective for assessing some basic biological functions and allow us the opportunity to evaluate the integrity of the internal environment of the body, including your biological age, which simply indicates the rate at which the cells in your body are aging compared to your actual chronological age. This is calculated in part by the number and severity of imbalances, compromises and deficiencies in your evaluation profile.