MHS Clinics were established on the principle that you can’t manage what you don’t measure. This is a critical difference between MHS and other health programs that use a one-size fits all approach based on prediction equations and guesswork.
MHS programs are founded on the measurement, monitoring and management of a patient’s metabolic health. To provide this metabolic measurement MHS developed ECAL, the world’s first portable metabolic monitor designed for clinical practice. You can find our more and register for our program here.
ECAL was designed and developed by MHS in Australia, and is licensed for use by primary care, specialist medical practitioners and university departments around the world.
MHS eliminates the guesswork by accurately assessing and evaluating your metabolism, body composition and weight, to design a program tailored just for you.
MHS Clinics use ECAL technology in combination with body composition testing and metabolic pathology to offer an evidence-based clinical weight management program - register here.
This combines an individual’s metabolic data with analysis based on MHS’s own clinical protocols, to deliver a personalised nutrition and activity plan direct to clients.
MHS commenced trial operations of ECAL and the MHS Clinics in 2012, in the UK and Australia. MHS currently has two Clinics established in Perth, Western Australia, and intends to roll out additional clinics in Europe, Asia and Australia either on its own or in partnership with leading health industry participants in those locations.
The original MHS Clinic was established in Baldivis in 2012, and remains MHS’s primary research and testing site globally. The second MHS Clinic opened in Nedlands in April 2017.
Our weight management programs typically last 12 weeks and are designed to ensure a minimum of 5% body weight reduction during the active program.
Most importantly, MHS practitioners will work with you to develop the skills to maintain and extend this weight loss for the long term.
All MHS Clinic practitioners are qualified health professionals, with professional and Medicare registration. MHS’s clinical weight management services are priced in line with other allied services. Program costs will depend on goals, outcomes and the level of professional help required.
No referral is required to attend an MHS Clinic, although your GP may choose to receive test results from the MHS clinicians during the implementation of your personal weight loss plan.
Private health fund rebates are also available in the category of Exercise Physiologist/Dietitian. To find out if you are eligible for a health rebate and rebate amounts, please contact your health fund provider.
MHS has two clinic locations in Perth, Western Australia – the original MHS Clinic in Baldivis, which serves as MHS’s global R&D headquarters, and the newly opened MHS Clinic in Nedlands.