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Specialty Testing

Precision Wellness Diagnostics: Unveiling Your Health Blueprint

Advanced Blood or Urine Testing

To screen for or monitor specific conditions such as cardiovascular disease (with advanced lipid testing, genetic cardiovascular biomarkers, inflammatory markers), diabetes and insulin resistance, thyroid disease, autoimmune diseases, gluten sensitivity, IgG/IgE food (sensitivities or allergies), environmental allergies and sensitivities, vitamin/nutrient deficiencies, methylation issues, mold exposure, chronic infections, heavy metals, toxic exposures, chronic viral infections, and more.

Breath Testing

For small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and helicobacter pylori.

Comprehensive Stool Testing

To screen for beneficial bacteria status, pathogenic bacteria, yeast overgrowth, parasites, intestinal inflammatory markers, dysbiosis, leaky gut, and antibiotic resistant genes. Examples of stool testing we offer include Gut Zoomer, GI Map, GI Effects, and GI 360.

Hormone Testing

Via saliva, serum and/or urine to assess adrenal and hormone levels including estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, cortisol (adrenal function), DHEA, and hormone metabolites and hormone detoxification. Examples of hormone testing we offer include Dutch testing and Adrenocortex testing.

Genetic Testing

For methylation abnormalities, detox capabilities, mood disorders, addiction, nutrient deficiencies, risk of conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimers/dementia, autoimmune disease, etc.

Neurotransmitter Testing

Testing brain chemicals to help with mood disorders, depression, anxiety, adrenal dysfunction, fatigue, anxiety, mental focus, and addiction/dependency.

Organic Acid/Amino Acid Testing

An advanced nutritional analysis to identify imbalances that may precede abnormal findings on standard lab panels, and can offer a comprehensive nutritional assessment that indicates a functional need for specific nutrients. This kind of testing offers personalized nutrients recommendations based on biochemical individuality.