Dr. Adam Bordes is the Chiropractic Director of North Florida Medical Center and Back & Neck Institute.
Dr. Bordes has diverse experience in working with clients in private practice, at the American Council on Exercise and in functional medicine.
He strongly believes in decreasing inflammation, increasing physical activity and optimizing nutrition through personalized, evidence-based supplementation with the help of Baze.
Baze was developed by a group of pioneers and elite practitioners at the cusp of nutritional science. Our goal is to help people make smarter decisions around their health and to provide actionable data to enable our customers to optimize their nutrition for the long-term.
We strongly believe that supplements are an important tool for ensuring healthy nutrient levels but that a one-size-fits-all approach has created a broken process and developed distrust in the industry. Baze works with our partners to provide them with the ability to carefully measure their clients’ nutrients, dose their supplements precisely, and adjust their regimen over time.
Our method and the science that drives it will help you confidently incorporate supplement practices into your business to help your clients optimize all areas of their health.
Functional Medicine Practitioners
Helping them make smarter decisions around what supplements they need, saving them time and money
Having access to evidence-based nutrition education through their mobile app and through access to Baze’s internal RD team
Allowing them to adjust their dosing over time, based on their evolving nutrient status
Restoring their emotional, physical, and physiological health
Having the ability to measure the impact on your client’s nutritional status
Saving you time by not having to refer your clients to get tested
Having a privacy protected portal to access the latest research, personalized digital & print materials and direct access to Baze’s internal RD team
Positioning yourself as a leader in personalized nutrition by offering discounted access to Baze’s program
Receiving incentives without ever getting in the way of clinical judgment