Nearly 30% of all women will experience hair loss in some shape or form during their lives. For some, it may be thinning hair while for others it might be female pattern baldness. Whatever the case, hair loss is something that affects millions of women. Usually, it can be associated with an identifiable cause such as an illness, surgery, stress, pregnancy, or thyroid failure. Other times, it can happen without any real reason. The good news is with a Nimbus genetic test, you can not only discover the underlying cause of your hair loss, but we can create a personalized treatment plan to treat the root cause.
It takes less than 5 minutes to start your journey to looking and feeling better. Start with a test kit. End with a personalized prescription.
It all starts with a test kit. You can order one by clicking Get Started or find one at your local medical office or pharmacy. Be sure to follow the instructions and scan the QR code to activate your kit.
We've included straightforward instructions on how to collect and ship your sample. The collection method may vary depending on the type of test kit you ordered. Please double check the shipping carrier and drop your sample off at the correct shipping partner.
Your provider will review your medical history and analyze your lab results. You will meet via a video visit to discuss your options and we will develop a personalized treatment plan to help you meet your health and wellness goals. Our team is available by video, phone, or chat.
After you and your provider determine the best treatment plan, we will mail your prescription and continue to do so on a subscription basis until your next appointment with your provider, or you choose to cancel.
Dr. Tracy Neal
Dr. Tracy Neal is a board-certified anesthesiologist who completed a fellowship in anti-aging, regenerative and functional with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). She practices an integrative healthcare approach that focuses on rebalancing the biochemistry of each individual patient. Her primary areas of concern are thyroid, hormones and adrenal glands (stress management). Her practice involves bioidentical hormone and thyroid replacement, along with pharmaceutical grade supplements to optimize patient health and well-being.
As a company, the mission of Nimbus is to bring personalized medicine to anyone who wants to look, feel, or live a happier and healthier life. Access to personalized medicine has been something that is typically out of reach for many of us due to cost or lack of providers, but with the launch of Nimbus, Jobby hopes to make it accessible for anyone who wants it…all from the comfort of their own home. The customized treatment plans Nimbus provides address two very important issues that affect millions upon millions of people; hair loss and hormone imbalances.
As someone who struggled personally with alopecia areata, Jobby had a unique perspective on how the millions of people dealing with hair loss feel. And as an owner of a Texas-based compounding pharmacy and an active member of the pharmacy community, he also had the unique resources, and personal interest, to develop one of the most effective ways to treat hair loss – by looking at genetic predispositions and treating patients based on their unique biochemistry and genetic conditions. As a patient himself, Jobby has created one of the most effective and personalized ways to address the underlying cause of hair loss.
Beyond hair loss, Jobby also believes personalized medicine should extend to something that affects daily life for men and women alike, imbalanced hormones. From fatigue to poor performance to mood swings, hormone balance is crucial to a happy and healthy life. Nimbus has developed an innovative way to test your hormone levels and create personalized treatment plans to help you reach new goals or simply feel better in your skin, all at an affordable price.
“It is our mission to help improve access to personalized medicine that allows our patients to live better lives. However they define that, we’re here for them.”
Whether you are curious about how your genetics impact hair loss or what your symptoms might be saying about your hormone levels, you can find lots of answers to common questions in our blog.Read More