Global Medical Technologies (GMT) Manila, a subsidiary of Romlas Health Group and a growing personalized healthcare distribution company in the Philippines, has partnered with the Metropolitan Medical Center to offer a wide array of personalized diagnostic tests and medical services.
The tests and services cover the following health concerns: nutrition, gut health, allergy, cancer, mental health, and genetics.
Metropolitan Medical Center's clients would be able to avail of local and advanced testing, a boon given the challenges brought about by the pandemic.
Some of the tests included in the line-up are the Food Intolerance Test, which finds out the food causes behind symptoms like headaches, bloating, nausea; FABER, which finds out which substances the patient is allergic to with just one blood sample; the Organic Acids Test, which finds out if conditions like fatigue and autoimmune disorders are due to metabolic processes; and Genomind, which finds out the best treatment for the patient’s mental and emotional disorder based on their genes.
Other tests are targeted toward cancer, such as Cellmax Life, which finds out a person’s hereditary cancer riskn and Onconomics, which finds out the best personalized treatment for a cancer patient.
Most of these tests just need a simple blood or urine test for comprehensive results.
For Dr. Chester Tan, Hospital Administrator of the Metropolitan Medical Center, the diagnostic tests of GMT Manila are of great support to their Wellness Center.
"Moving forward, I see these diagnostics tests as the future in the medical practice in the treatment of our clients with different medical conditions,” he said.
“They focus more on preventing diseases and having good health to begin with, instead of cure," he added.
Interested in availing of these tests? Contact Metropolitan Medical Center at +6382541111. It is located at 1357 G. Masangkay St., Sta. Cruz, Manila.
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