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Conventional Lab Testing

Blood Testing

Annual preventative blood work and screening panels? Yep! We do these and more!

Standard lab tests can be an important piece in your health puzzle, ensuring we have a complete picture of what is happening inside your body. Cholesterol panels, blood sugar, general chemistries, blood counts and more.

We also go a step further than the conventional approach, ensuring we are not only testing for the present but your future. If there are health concerns you at higher risk for, we want to be sure you are not on track to develop these in the future.

For example, by using a fractionated cholesterol panel we can help counsel you more specifically about your diet and exercise needs. By using more advanced biomarkers that tell a more complete story, we can help keep you on track to live as healthily as possible.

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Example Lab Tests

Screen for infections, anemia, and blood counts.

Kidney and liver checkup including electrolyte levels and hydration status. This test can tell you how well your body is processing fluid.

High-dose vitamin C screening test (for doses above 10g). A test result of normal value allows you to receive high-dose vitamin C infusions with full confidence.

Test your vitamin D levels to know how much you should be supplementing this vitamin.

Know your iron status including your active iron and iron storage levels. This test helps you determine if you are at risk for becoming iron deficient or if you already are.

Test your thyroid-related hormone levels (TSH, T3, T4) and antibodies for a complete thyroid picture.

Detect harmful inflammation and how it’s presenting in your body so that we can better treat it.

Advanced lipid tests are used because standard cholesterol tests may not completely represent your cholesterol-related risk for heart attacks and strokes. Some people, especially with diabetes, insulin resistance, or cardiovascular disease, continue to have progression of cardiovascular disease, even when their low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol is at goal.