Lab Testing


We offer integrative lab testing at a competitive rate to our patients.

Conventional Blood Panels

Quest Diagnostics is a comprehensive diagnostic laboratory that offers a cost-saving advantage for out-of-pocket patients.

Quest Diagnostics also offers advanced testing for markers of heart disease.

In addition to conventional blood work, we also offer the following testing options to gain a better understanding of where your imbalances lie.

Stool/Saliva Panels

Stool samples can be tested for bacteria, parasites, fungus (yeast) and functional markers of digestion.

Saliva Panel Saliva samples can be tested for male and female hormone levels, adrenal hormone levels, food intolerance and detection of parasites.

Mineral Testing

Hair Mineral Analysis This test measures levels of nutritive minerals as well as toxic heavy metals.

Allergy Panels

A finger-stick blood sample can be taken to measure your body’s exposure and immune response to a variety of foods, herbs and environmental allergens.

Neurotransmitter Panel

Neuroscreen Testing Sometimes imbalances in a person’s biochemistry can cause these issues. This test will look at your neurotransmitters such as Serotonin, Dopamine, Epinephrine and Nor-Epinephrine to look for imbalances. Often re-balancing these neurotransmitters help us feel like our old selves again.

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) Testing

SIBO Panels Breath samples can easily yield data on digestive disturbances caused by intestinal bacterial overgrowth. High levels of methane, hydrogen, or both may indicate bacterial overgrowth.

Genetic (Genomic) Testing

DNA analysis provides information and raw genetic data that allows the patient to explore their genes and discover ancestry-related information. Genomic testing may reveal other treatment options.

Toxic Heavy Metal Testing

Urine or stool can be measured to evaluate exposure to potentially toxic elements and wasting of nutrient elements. Additionally, the comparison of urine element concentrations before and after administration of a chelator can be used to estimate net retention of potentially toxic metals.

Lyme Disease Testing

We also offer testing for Lyme and other tick-born diseases and related pathogens.