Used in the 2013-2014 U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), this test has been rigorously validated and is backed by years of scientific research. Adherence to rigorous methodologies from the source study ensures optimal accuracy. Diminishing sense of smell serves as an early disease indicator, making prompt detection critical.
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Our Flavor Test
Embark on a flavorful journey as our taste test explores your taste receptors, buds, and neural pathways. Evaluate your flavor detection aptitude and uncover you taste sensitivity. Rigorously backed by robust scientific research (Smith et al., 2022), this test ensures reliable insights into you taste perception. Diminishing sense of taste serves as an early disease indicator, making prompt detection critical.
Our Vision Discrimination Test
Assess your ability to distinguish between visual stimuli. This rigorous and self-administered test measures visual discrimination function. Gain insights into your daily life's visual advantages or challenges. Normative data available through research studies. Easy to self-administer and complete. References: Smith et al. (2018) Vision Research, 143: 98-106; Brown et al. (2019) PLoS ONE, 14(2): e0211819; Nguyen et al. (2021) Scientific Reports, 11(1): 1666. Diminishing sense of vision serves as an early disease indicator, making prompt detection critical.
Our Hearing Test
Our Touch Test
Dr. Dustin M. Hayward, MD, is a versatile medical professional specializing in Vascular, Neuro, Cranial, and Spine Surgery. A graduate of the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, he completed his residency and internship at the Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University, and a fellowship at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. Board-certified in Neurosurgery, Dr. Hayward is recognized for his expertise in cerebrovascular, endovascular, and brain tumor surgery. Since beginning his practice in 2016, he has tackled a wide range of disorders using both open and minimally invasive techniques. His philosophy of care emphasizes collaboration and patient-centeredness. Outside the medical world, Dr. Hayward enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest with his family.
Dr. Michael McKenna, AuD is a board-certified Doctor of Audiology. Dr. McKenna graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in May 2020, and previously, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in May 2015. His areas of expertise and clinical interests include the diagnostic evaluation and management of hearing and vestibular disorders. He has extensive knowledge and experience with both pediatric and adult populations in the fields of hearing aids, cochlear implants, tinnitus, aural rehabilitation, as well as vestibular management. He takes great pride in educating patients about their hearing and balance, and loves being able to help improve the lives of others through better hearing and communication.
Dr. Molly Duong
Dr. Molly Duong is a distinguished Optometrist based in Southern California. Graduating with a Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree, Dr. Duong exhibits exceptional proficiency in diagnosing, treating, and managing various eye disorders. Dr. Duong's deep understanding and hands-on experience with diverse patient demographics bolster her capabilities in improving vision and managing ocular health. On top of clinical care, she is also involved with various independent medical writing projects on a wide spectrum of ocular topics for ophthalmologists in the UK. Her commitment to patient education and continuous learning underlines her ethos. She finds great fulfillment in advancing the field of eye care, affirming her stance as an outstanding choice for a science advisory role in sensory technology.
Dr. Danielle Kelvas
Dr. Danielle Kelvas is an empathetic and dedicated physician with a focus on primary care and eating disorders. Graduating from East Tennessee State University, she has honed her skills in emergency medicine before transitioning to primary care. A tireless advocate for healthcare reform, Dr. Kelvas has been a National Chair of Global Health for the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), and has developed a global health program for medical students. She has a profound commitment to culturally competent care, enriched by her medical volunteer work in over 40 countries. Her writing extends her impact beyond the clinic, and she is currently funded to write a novel on PTSD in healthcare providers.