Your Body Is Talking, We Listen
The sensors in wearables are continuously collecting biofeedback data from your body. Our physicians monitor and integrate the data with your medical record for a more holistic understanding of your health over time.
Measure the impact of fitness on your health.
Better understand the quality of your sleep.
Learn how food affects your metabolic health.
Monitor stress throughout your day.
Guidance Throughout Your Health Journey
Our physicians will continue to monitor your data and translate the findings into a care plan. We are dedicated to empowering you and all the care professionals in your network with personalized insights and recommendations.
BETTER CARE BEGINS
WITH BETTER DATA
The majority of health data is only collected occasionally, but wearables monitor heart rate, temperature, sleep, stress, blood sugar and a variety of other metrics continuously throughout your day. It’s a more comprehensive look at you and a gamechanger for your health.
MEASURED WELLNESS WORKS WITH ALL THE LEADING WEARABLE HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES
WHAT PATIENTS ARE SAYING
Christina A / AGE 71
Living with Diabetes
"Dr. Kurisu encouraged me to try an Apple Watch and a continuous glucose monitor to manage my diabetes. I’ve learned so much about glucose spikes throughout my day and the effect of certain foods as well as exercise. Over the last six months, I’ve been able to maintain my weight and reduce the amount of insulin I’ve needed to take."
Dalila G/ AGE 24
Irregular Menstrual Cycle
"I came to Dr. Kurisu complaining of irregular periods and cramping. He encouraged me to start using the Oura Ring to track my cycle through body temperature. I’ve learned a lot about the nuances of my cycle, and how it affects me physically. Now I can now predict when I will get a period, and be better prepared."
Dennis O / AGE 74
"As a caregiver for my wife, I’m dealing with a lot of stress. Dr. Kurisu, suggested that we track my HRV, deep sleep, REM and blood pressure. I’ve learned that taking breaks and daily meditation are really are making a big difference, and I feel comforted that Dr Kurisu is watching for trends in my data."