Blood Work and Tissue Analysis

Laboratory Testing and Therapeutic Nutrition

USDA data has shown that even if you eat a “perfect diet,” our food supply is simply not as nutritious as it was 30 years ago. Making dietary changes and supplementing your diet can help to correct these shortcomings. 
The only way to know if your diet is influencing your symptoms and the supplements you’re taking are working or knowing what vitamins/minerals and dosages you need are to get tested. 
Using blood work and other diagnostic tools will tell us where the problem areas are occurring or just developing.  

No general screening test is more efficient, effective and affordable than a comprehensive blood chemistry panel. It allows the healthcare provider to establish a baseline of biomarkers to track your health and nutritional needs. Getting a blood test is essential to understanding your current health.
Our Laboratory evaluation is an innovative, scientific-based look at nutritional strengths and weaknesses through an individual’s blood test and analysis of hair, urine, and stool. This scientific approach can offer a clear plan for your optimum health.
 Why not? The problem lies in how Clinical Ranges are established.
 
Clinical Ranges are determined by taking approximately 100 to 200 people who tested recently with a particular lab (yes, they are determined by each individual lab and not a centralized agency).  The people being tested typically have a health problem which is why they’re being tested in the first place.  These results which are basically coming from a sick population are then averaged to establish the Clinical Range with the high and low sides of the range being two standard deviations from the average.

Does it make sense to compare your blood test results to averages taken from people who were already experiencing a health problem? No. That is why being simply being within the “Clinical Range” is not good enough!  Being within the Clinical Range simply means you are not yet as sick as the other people used to determine that range.


What if we look at a patient’s blood test more closely?  Our testing also incorporates an “Optimal” or “Healthy” range in our reports.  The Optimal Range simply takes the middle 20% of the Clinical Range. It’s designed with the concept of not waiting until a patients test result is “Clinical” to consider nutritional support or lifestyle changes.  The point of the Optimal Range is to “flag” tests that are heading towards Clinical.  Wouldn't you want to make minor changes now to avoid big problems later?


PREVENTION: That’s the whole idea.

One testing, one place

As a Doctor, we cannot remember everything about every test available.  Our laboratory testing does this for you in addition to providing over 30 years of clinical laboratory and nutritional experience. We can easily and efficiently validate every diet and supplement recommendations based on your blood work and other objective testing methods, not just a symptom survey.

Our Laboratory testing will give you access to a state of the art patented, online, computerized analysis and reporting system. This system is central server based with no software or hardware compatibility issues. This gives doctors and patients a fast, detailed, accurate, and a personalized report.  Because of our automation, there’s very little data entry and turnaround time is fast!  


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Personal Health Analysis

The complete report is the most comprehensive analysis available. Below are some of the key features that set us apart from others:

  • Individualized supplement recommendations & dosages specific to test findings, age, sex, & weight of the patient
  • Correlation of drug side effects with patient test finding
  • Dietary recommendations with meal recipes
  • Compare color-coded current and previous test results on the same page
  • Incorporates multiple factors for each condition or diagnosis including the patient's symptoms, medications, blood tests, hair tests, chelating and urine tests

We can help in improving and preventing:

  • Obesity
  • Thyroid Disorders
  • Hypertension
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • High cholesterol
  • Hormonal Problems
  • Other chronic conditions

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