Diagnostic Testing

Diagnostic testing allows me to get really specific about your treatment plan by identifying the root cause of your health problems.

There are a variety of tests that we can access depending on your health concerns and your health goals.

Food Sensitivity Testing

Food Sensitivity Testing can tell us if you are experiencing delayed immune reactions to foods. It also tells us which foods you are reacting to. Read more about food sensitivity testing here.

Organic Acids Test

The Organic Acids Test (OAT) gives us a comprehensive snapshot of your overall health with over 70 reported markers. It provides us with an evaluation of intestinal yeast and bacteria toxicity. It also evaluates oxalate toxicity, mitochondrial function, and various markers for vitamin and neurotransmitter problems. Read more about the OAT test here.

Thyroid Testing

Thyroid hormones help regulate heart rate, body temperature, blood pressure, and weight. When thyroid function is off, our whole body can feel “off”. Though symptoms sometimes start gradually and go undiagnosed, especially when it comes to hypothyroidism. Read more about our comprehensive thyroid testing here.

Hormone Testing

Hormone testing is helpful for all kinds of problems, whether they are obviously related to potential hormone imbalances (i.e. infertility, period pain, low libido, etc.) or not (ie. anxiety, irritability, insomnia, etc.). Measured hormones include the following; estrogen, progesterone, DHEA, testosterone, cortisol, and melatonin (depending on the test). We can also get a broader overview of your hormone cycle with testing over a period of one month, rather than a single day. Talk to me about the various options for hormone testing or read more about FEMALE hormone testing here and MALE hormone testing here.

Adrenal Function Test

Adrenal function tests measure cortisol at 4 points throughout the day. This gives us a picture of how well your body is responding to stress. Read more about the adrenal function test here.

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