Diagnostic Lab Tests

Our goal: for patients to reclaim their lives and feel their absolute best.

We have more than 100 diagnostic lab tests and profiles to meet your specific testing needs. Click through each of the categories below to learn more.

Healthcare Providers and Reference Labs: Call 1-800-447-7276 x1302 for inquires or to order kits and supplies.

Patients or individuals who wish to order test collection kits without a provider’s order, we do offer a select number that can be ordered directly online. If you are interested in our panels, profiles, or other miscellaneous testing, please call 1-800-447-7276 x1302 for more information.*

*Note: For tests requiring a blood draw, you must make your own phlebotomy arrangements.

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Test Profiles

  • Glycemic Profile (Glucose, Hgb A1c, EAG)

    Tests Included: Glucose Hemoglobin A1c Estimated Average Glucose To learn more about our laboratory, please CLICK HERE
  • Urinalysis + Urine Vitamin C

    A urine test for screening and monitoring various urinary and metabolic conditions of the body. The urinalysis consists of three components: the physical (color, appearance, pH, specific gravity); the chemical (leukocyte esterase-LE-, nitrite, pH (a physical component measured chemically), ...
  • Thyroid Profile (TSH, FT3, FT4)

    Tests Included: Free T3 Free T4 TSH To learn more about our laboratory, please CLICK HERE
  • RBC Elements Profile #2 (Mg/Ca Ratio, Zn, Cu, Mn, Se)

    This comprehensive mineral analysis may provide important insights and treatment strategies for various conditions, including depression, neurological illnesses, cardiovascular conditions, and depression. To learn more about our laboratory, please CLICK HERE
  • RBC Elements Profile #1 (Mg/Ca Ratio, Zn, Cu)

    Minerals are essential elements that your body cannot make. They make up about 20% of the adult body weight and must be obtained through your diet or as supplements. There are 20 minerals that can be measured in the blood, hair, or urine. The functions of many of these are well-known; some are ...
  • Lipid Profile

    The lipid profile includes cholesterol, triglycerides, high-density lipoprotein (HDL), very low-density lipoprotein (VLDL), low-density lipoprotein (LDL), and various risk classifications for coronary heart disease (CHD), cholesterol to HDL ratio, and LDL to HDL ratio. Profile Includes ...
  • Fatty Acids Profile

    Both LA and ALA are transformed into long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are 20 carbons or more in length. The 20-chain FA form eicosanoids, which form prostaglandins or thromboxanes (via the cyclooxygenase enzyme) or leukotrienes (via the lipoxygenase enzyme). If an imbalance occurs, ...
  • Complete Blood Count with Differential (CBC)

    The CBC with differential measures many parameters in whole blood that may be associated with allergies, anemia, infection, inflammation, leukemia, blood parasites, and platelet abnormalities and determines the number and morphology of white and red blood cells. The CBC consists of red cell and ...
  • Vitamin B12, Folate Profile

    12 contains a mineral, cobalamin, and is sometimes referred to as cyanocobalamin. The test is run on serum, usually in conjunction with folate (folic acid). B12 is a water-soluble vitamin. It is necessary for DNA and red blood cell synthesis, new cell growth, maintenance of nervous tissue, and ...
  • Vitamin B Assessment Profile (B1, B2, B6)

    Tests Included: Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) To learn more about our laboratory, please CLICK HERE
  • Amino Acid – Essential

    Amino acids (AA) are the building blocks of all proteins and are characterized by the presence of at least one amino group (NH2) and carboxyl or acid group (COOH), hence the name amino acid. Many amino acids are produced by the body, others called essential amino acids, cannot be synthesized by ...
  • Amino Acid – Fractionated

    The essential amino acids are isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine. Semi-essential AA (some are made by the body but not enough to meet the bodyÆs needs) are arginine, histidine, cysteine, and taurine. Some disorders associated with AA ...
  • Vitamin A, E, Beta Carotene, Lutein, Lycopene Profile

    Lycopene is a fat-soluble carotenoid. It is one of the strongest antioxidants found in the tissues and has been shown to reduce the risks of various cancers, especially prostate cancer. Foods with the highest levels of lycopene are red tomatoes (NOT the yellow ones), catsup, tomato paste, and ...
  • Vitamin A, C, E, B12, Folate Profile

    Some of the functions of vitamin A are in the body’s vision, mucous membranes, cell division, skin maintenance, sperm production, egg development, growth, bone development, and cancer prevention. Symptoms that indicate a deficiency of vitamin A in the body include poor vision, night ...