Movement Optimization

Prevent injury and improve performance with tests designed to help you understand—and optimize—how your body moves. 

Our comprehensive diagnostics are here to help you optimize your agility and strength, while also protecting your body from sidelining injuries.


Movement Optimization Treatments


DEXA scans use low levels of x-rays to measure your body’s composition, including muscle symmetry, lean mass, and visceral fat.

You can use your initial DEXA results as a baseline to measure changes in your composition over time. This is especially helpful if you are training or making lifestyle changes.

VO2 Max Test

VO2 Max measures your maximal oxygen consumption during exercise. During the test you’ll wear a specialized mask while running on a treadmill to the point of exhaustion. You can use your VO2 Max results as a baseline to measure cardiovascular progress over the course of a training program.

Resting Metabolic Rate Test

A RMR (resting metabolic rate) test measures the energy your body uses at complete rest. You can use your RMR results to build a more targeted dietary plan.

A RMR Test typically lasts between 15-30 minutes. All you have to do is sit in a chair and breathe normally into a mask. Immediately following the test our staff will walk you through your results.

Phy Health Musculoskeletal Mapping

Phy Health’s advanced camera technology maps more than 1 million data points across your musculoskeletal system.

This comprehensive scan identifies imbalances causing suboptimal performance and increasing your risk of injury.

Following your musculoskeletal map, you’ll receive a personalized workout plan based on your body’s unique needs.

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Data to help you train smarter, not harder.

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