Welcome to Sanesco Health International
Sanesco Health is an international biomedical firm who works exclusively with licensed health care providers. In tandem with active experienced physicians, Sanesco develops integrative clinical assessment and support tools for healthcare providers which include neuroendocrine analytical testing, non-drug nutritional support formulas, and patient-centered clinical review based on over 100 self-reported patient data points.
What is CSMâ¢?
Communication System Managementâ¢ is a phased clinical model starting with laboratory testing followed by nutritional based strategies which aims to bring functional neuroendocrine imbalances in to patient optimal ranges.
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FastTrackâ¢ Accreditation Program was developed for licensed healthcare providers to acquire a complete knowledge-base for safe & effective clinical implementation into practice.
Non-drug Therapeutic Formulas
Targeted Nutritional Therapyâ¢ is unique line of formulas developed to support patient-specific neuroendocrine imbalances taking into account over 100 self-reported patient data points ranging from lifestyle factors to symptoms based on severity.
If you are a licensed healthcare provider and are interested and learning how you can implement the Communication System Managementâ¢ (CSM) clinical model in practice, click below to schedule a brief but high value phone conversation with one of Sanesco’s Practice Building Specialist.
If you are a healthcare consumer interested in Sanesco’s laboratory profiles and nutritional formulas, continue to our provider referral or provider look up forms by clicking below. Sanesco works exclusively with licensed healthcare providers and does not operate in any direct to consumer markets.
When speaking about Communication System Management (CSM) think about a neuroendocrine focal point in your patient’s health, where we as providers dig deeper into major areas of symptom function to uncover imbalances and/or damage; the CSM was developed to give you a window into your patients neuroendocrine system.” – R.W. ‘Chip’ Watkins, MD, MPH, FAAFP