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Personalized Medicine

Treatment designed for your exact genetic needs


There’s Only One YOU

Traditional medicine is all about averages. They look at large sample sizes and figure out what works for most people, then assume it will work for you. The only problem? You’re not most people! Your DNA is made up of genetic sequences that are completely unique to you, so the law of averages won’t give you the optimal results.


That’s why the Johnson Center for Health is committed to providing 100% personalized medicine based on your genome. Using family history, blood tests, genomics (your genes), metabolomics (metabolic profile), and epigenetics (your lifestyle and environment), we customize your treatment plan to what will work for your body—and yours alone.

Enjoy better results

Prevent disease

Look and feel better

Say Goodbye to One-Size-Fits-All

Genomic testing gives us insight into your inner cellular mechanisms which is the key to getting the help that your body needs.

Understand your body

Think of genomic testing as creating a blueprint of how your body works. It helps you see exactly what’s going on, and how to work with it.

Get Healthy

When you know what specific areas of your health to address, you can get customized therapies that target your needs while minimizing potential side effects.

Stay Healthy

Identify conditions that you’re at-risk for, so you can take preventative measures now. Just because it’s in your genes doesn’t mean it has to wreak havoc on your life.

Hiking Boots

“For 25 years I was on a NSAID that was just treating the symptoms and creating havoc to my liver, kidneys and heart. Dr Johnson looked at my whole life medical history and did cell testing to set up a plan for me through food and supplements. It has worked! I am no longer in pain and am able to be physically active.”

Anne P.

It’s Time to Transform Healthcare

True personalized medicine can only be obtained by looking at your genome.

Personalized medicine offers a solution for you, not one that fits 99.9% of the population.

Incorporating genomic testing into your treatment plan couldn’t be easier.


Tell us about your health

We’ll discuss what symptoms you’re dealing with now and take a look at your medical history, including your family health history to get a full picture of your overall health, lifestyle, and environment.


Dig in with testing

Through a simple saliva sample, we’ll use advanced, secure genetic labs to map your genome comprehensively or for a targeted area, depending on your age and needs.


Make a plan

We incorporate your genome, bloodwork, metabolome, personal history, family history and lifestyle factors to create a customized health care plan that is a proactive, actionable, and preventative approach to health.

“I was at my wits end with gut problems. Although I had been seeing local gastroenterologists for almost 20 years, they were unsuccessful in diagnosing me, much less treating me properly. Dr. Johnson diagnosed me, educated me, and put me on a special diet she advocated for my condition. The quality of life that I have now vs the prior 10+ years is just unbelievable.”

Steve P.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Personalized Medicine?

​Personalized medicine is a rapidly advancing extension of traditional healthcare that uses gene-based information- in addition to family history, blood tests, metabolomics, and epigenetics such as lifestyle and environmental factors- to customize health management. By combining gene-based and traditional clinical information, physics can customize medical care for the individual.

What is the difference between Genomics and Genetics?

Genetics and Genomics are not the same. The two terms are often used incorrectly. Genetics is the study of single genes and their role in the way traits or conditions are passed from one generation to the next. Some examples of genetic or inherited disorders include cystic fibrosis, Down syndrome, hemophilia, Huntington’s disease, phenylketonuria (PKU) and sickle-cell disease. Genomics describes the study of all parts of your genes. Genomics is looking for small changes in DNA that by themselves do not cause disease but in combination can contribute toward ill health or illness. Most are modifiable by lifestyle factors such as nutrition, exercise, sleep and stress reduction.

Can’t I just use 23andme?

Clinical Genomics is not the same as the direct to consumer services that you will find on the internet such as 23andme. A report in the NY times reported that 23andme is only about 68% accurate. You do not want to have erroneous information regarding your genome!

What if I have a chronic inflammatory condition such as mold toxicity or Lyme disease?

Research has found that people who deal with chronic inflammation have certain patterns of genes. For those who have difficulty recovering from chronic Lyme or toxic mold, testing your genetics may be the only way to reclaim your health. Learn more about the connection here.

Can I do anything about my “bad genes?”

What we have learned in the past several years is that lifestyle factors can override ‘bad’ genes. This is why knowing your genome and then making intelligent and precise decisions with supplements, diet, and exercise can the genes from being expressed.

How does knowing my genome prevent disease?

The best way to treat any medical condition is to prevent it in the first place. Knowing your genome will help you identify important risk factors and design a customized treatment to avoid getting sick. By optimizing health, improving nutrition, and making positive adjustments to your lifestyle, you can minimize the risks of major diseases.

Is my genetic information safe?

We understand that many people worry about their results being lost, sold, or used maliciously. That’s why we only work with vetted, reputable, clinical labs that guarantee the security of your information. Your name is not attached to the results and will not be sold. Here at the clinic, we keep your results on paper only and never attach it to your electronic medical file.

Who should care about genetics?

We believe that as we age, it is absolutely critical to understand your genome to treat symptoms you’re dealing with now and to prevent disease. We suggest that anyone over 40 get comprehensive genetic testing so we can see the big picture and understand risk. If you are under 40, we usually suggest targeted testing to look at information about specific areas of your genome. For example we can select genomic panels that look at nutrient pathways, stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD and many others.

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