Functional Medicine Tests

Functional Medicine Tests

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Functional Medicine Tests

Our testing portfolio includes many types of tests. Some examples include:

Food sensitivity testing: Some people are particularly sensitive to certain foods, which may cause inflammation and that contributes to chronic health disorders.
Gut health testing: Screening for leaky gut, gut function, parasites, bacterial overgrowth, and autoimmune reactions provides insight on possible gut problems that contribute to chronic health issues.
Blood chemistry panel: These tests screen for existing conditions and signals of potential problems, giving us time to reverse the trend before it becomes a bigger concern.
Chemical and metal sensitivity testing: As with foods, an immune reaction to chemicals or metals can trigger chronic inflammatory health disorders, so identifying their presence is critical.
Neurotransmitter testing: Neurotransmitter testing evaluates hormones and neurotransmitters to assess adrenal gland and nervous system function. It tests GABA, Serotonin, and Dopamine levels.
Pathogen Testing: Explores an individuals immune responsiveness to a numbers of pathogens in the development of autoimmune conditions.
Adrenal testing: This test reveal how you respond to stress and whether it’s affecting your health. This test is a key tool we use to track your progress toward your health goals.
Hormone testing: Hormone imbalances profoundly affect health. This testing screens for excesses, deficiencies, feedback loops, and how well you metabolize hormones.

DNA genetic testing:
Genetic testing provides insight into disease risk and genetic metabolic variations that affect health.

Micronutrient testing: The Micronutrient Panel assesses direct measurement of both intra- and extracellular nutrient status of common vitamins, minerals, co-factors, amino acids, essential fatty acids, and more.
Mycotoxin testing: Tests for mold and fungus. This test assesses levels of 11 different mycotoxins, including Aflatoxin M1, Ochratoxin A, Zearalenone, and Trichothecenes to uncover mycotoxin exposure and guide a therapeutic strategy for prevention and treatment.