Our Approach to Evaluation

In addition to conventional laboratory testing, we offer specialty laboratory testing to evaluate nutritional status, digestive function, liver detoxification, hormone balance, cardiovascular health, and immunology function.

Allergy Testing

We test and treat food allergies, as well as pollen, mold, and other inhaled allergens.

Hepatic Detoxification

We are continuously exposed to many toxins in our environment.  Some people have an impaired ability to clear toxins from their body.  An assessment of how well the body is able to eliminate chemical toxins through enzymatic processes in the liver can be measured.

Nutritional Analysis

We offer comprehensive nutritional analysis testing of amino acids, fatty acids, dietary minerals, and antioxidant levels.

Hormone Assessment

Hormone testing can guide the treatment of some health conditions, such as menstrual irregularities, menopause, andropause, fatigue, breast cancer, osteoporosis, and infertility.

Proper evaluation of hormones assists in the prevention and treatment of hormone-related symptoms and conditions.

Parasite/Gastrointestinal Dysbiosis Testing

Many cases of abdominal bloating, gas and indigestion can be corrected once the underlying cause is identified.

Toxic Metal and Environmental Pollutant Evaluation

Testing for toxic metals and environmental pollutants are available to assist in the personalization of a detoxification protocol.

Genomic Analysis

We offer comprehensive genotypic-phenotypic assessment and test genetic variations, called single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) to evaluate genomic risk of inflammation, cardiac diseases, detoxification capacity, cancer, methylation, oxidative protection, glutathione conjugation, and osteoporosis.  The evaluation allows assessment of how the genes are expressed in relation to environmental influences.

Cancer Health Monitoring Test

We can test for sensitive cancer markers that have been associated with numerous types of cancers for early detection for high risk patients and for those who have common risk that are associated with family history, smoking, obesity, poor diet, alcohol, lack of physical activity, and carcinogen exposure.