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WELLNESS AND HEALTH TESTING

Establish your health “baseline” with blood tests and panels that monitor your health. A simple blood test from ANY LAB TEST NOW® allows your doctor to detect and monitor a wide variety of ailments and diseases including monitoring your thyroid and diabetes, and detecting cancer and heart disease.

TESTS TO ESTABLISH YOUR BASELINE

  • ALCAT Food and Chemical Sensitivity Testing
  • Allergy Testing
  • Anemia panel
  • Arthritis screening panel
  • B12 Shots
  • Basic Hormone Health Panel
  • Cardiac risk panel
  • Cholesterol medication panel
  • Complete Hormone Health Profile
  • Diabetes screening Panel
  • Fatigue panel
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Test
  • Heavy Metal Panel
  • Lipoprotein particle profile
  • Micro–nutrient testing
  • Sickle Cell Screen
  • Thyroid Panel
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Test
  • Tuberculosis (TB) Skin Test (PPD Skin Test)
  • VAP® cholesterol test
  • Plus many more…
Our affordable, convenient lab testing is available without a doctor’s order or prescription, allowing you to monitor fluctuations in your blood levels as needed. Regular blood testing is the best way for you and your doctor to monitor your health and take the necessary measures to prevent and treat certain diseases.

QUICK, CONFIDENTIAL RESULTS

Did you know that medical lab testing is one of the most effective and proven methods for detecting and preventing disease? Take Control of Your Health® today! Establish the healthy practices now that will help you to prevent future diseases and ailments in the future. ANY LAB TEST NOW provides you direct access to professional medical lab testing and empowers you to Take Control of Your Health® now and for the future! Call today to establish your baseline. Establishing and monitoring your health baseline will help you, and your doctor, monitor your health and risk factors as you age. Regular blood testing at your local ANY LAB TEST NOW facility will help you to prevent and/or treat certain diseases. Because you never need a doctor’s order, and our blood tests are always affordable, you can check your blood levels as need. Quarterly blood testing to monitor fluctuations in blood levels provides doctors with the most accurate reading of how your health is progressing. Simply visit the ANY LAB TEST NOW facility that is convenient to your home or office for quick, affordable testing.

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For more information on available tests for wellness, please review the list below.

ALCAT Food and Chemical Sensitivity Testing

The ALCAT Test identifies reactions to over 350 foods, chemicals and other substances associated with inflammation that are linked to chronic health problems like migraines, aching joints, fatigue, gastrointestinal disorders, eczema, hyperactivity/ADD, asthma and even obesity.

Allergy Testing

Find out now what you’re allergic to. A quick, easy and accurate allergy blood test can tell if you’re allergic to molds, foods and more.

Acute Myocardial Injury Marker Panel

Do you fear that you had a recent heart attack? This panel measures certain enzymes associated with recent myocardial (heart) injury.

Amylase Lab Test

Are you having abdominal or back pain, nausea and vomiting and a fever? Are you experiencing these symptoms and have gallbladder disease and/or consume large amounts of alcohol? An Amylase test may be ordered when a person exhibits symptoms of pancreatitis (an infection of the pancreas). These symptoms include severe abdominal or back pain, nausea, fever or loss of appetite.

Anemia Panel

The Anemia Panel is a comprehensive panel that includes a CBC, Ferritin, Folates, Total Iron Binding Capacity with Iron, Reticulocyte Count, and Vitamin B12.

Anti Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Test

Are you having trouble making the decision about when to start a family? Are you experiencing unusual symptoms such as unusual bleeding, weight gain or amenorrhea? Women who are determining when to attempt to become pregnant or who are considering in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment to become pregnant may want to be tested for their AMH levels. AMH levels can also be used to help diagnose POCS. POCS symptoms include unusual bleeding, amenorrhea (lack of menstrual cycle), acne, decreased breast size, enlarged ovaries, weight gain, especially in the middle of the body, and male traits such as male pattern baldness or male hair growth patterns on the face, chest, back or inner thigh.

Arsenic Exposure Blood Test

Exposure to Arsenic can have very serious consequences for your body, and you may not know right away if you have been exposed. If you live in an area where you might have been exposed to environmental Arsenic, you may decide to choose this test. Employers also monitor their employees for exposure, whether required by OSHA or as a way of establishing a baseline measurement before a candidate is hired.

Arthritis Screening Panel

This panel includes a number of tests that gives you and your doctor a lot of information and help you determine if you have a connective tissue or auto-immune disorder (such as arthritis).

Aspirin Response Test

The Aspirin Response Test is a newly available test that measures your response to low-dose aspirin therapy. Aspirin therapy is commonly prescribed to millions of Americans to prevent cardiovascular disease. Recent research indicates that aspirin’s effect in reducing blood (platelet) “stickiness” varies considerably from patient–to–patient.

B12 Shots

Vitamin B–12 gives you added energy, boosts your metabolism helping you digest food faster and burn more calories. A Vitamin B–12 deficiency can lead to weakness, particularly in the legs, numbness and/or tingling in the hands and feet, balance problems, nerve damage, confusion and other memory problems, constipation, soreness in mouth and many others. Vitamin B–12 is a complex vitamin essential to the formation of red blood cells, tissue and cellular repair, and DNA synthesis. In other words, this vitamin is vital in keeping your body running in top condition.

Basic Check–Up

The Basic Check–Up is the perfect panel to see how your overall health is doing. The panel consists of 6 tests that are typically ordered by a physician during annual physical examination.

Basic Hormone Health Panel

Hormone imbalance may be the cause of chronic health issues including fatigue, headache, weight gain, irritability, infertility, mood swings, loss of libido (sex drive), and depression. The Basic Hormone Health Panel is a saliva hormone test that includes Testosterone, Progesterone, Estradiol and DHEA–s.

Cadmium Exposure Blood Test

Exposure to Cadmium can have very serious consequences for your body, and you may not know right away if you have been exposed. If you live in an area where you might have been exposed to environmental Cadmium, you may decide to choose this test. Children and pregnant women are especially vulnerable to Cadmium. Employers also monitor their employees for exposure, whether required by OSHA or as a way of establishing a baseline measurement before a candidate is hired.

Cancer Screen & Tumor Marker Panel (Female)

Are you worried about cancer? Tests to screen for cancer, also called tumor markers, can give you an early alert to potential problems.

Cancer Screen & Tumor Marker Panel (Male)

Are you worried about cancer? Tests to screen for cancer, also called tumor markers, can give you an early alert to potential problems.

Cardiac Risk Panel

This panel gives you a good baseline of your heart health. It will report your blood counts, electrolytes, kidney and liver functions, inflammation status and overall heart health and risks.

Celiac Disease Panel Test

Are you experiencing consistent diarrhea, abdominal pain, anemia, fatigue, weakness or weight loss? These symptoms could be a sign of Celiac Disease. Celiac Disease is relatively common; about 1 in every 100 to 150 people are affected, but most of them are not aware of it because the symptoms are so variable. Although many people have discovered Gluten-Free diets as a way to eat healthier or to try to lose weight, it is critical that those with Celiac Disease avoid gluten completely or they may experience long term health issues.

Chemistry Panel (16 Essential Tests)/BUN Lab Test

The Chemistry Panel includes 16 essential tests that are typically requested by your doctor as part of a routine check–up or annual physical. This panel gives you or your doctor a clearer picture of your overall health. Tests include Sodium (Na) Potassium (K), Chloride (C) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Albumin (Alb), Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP), Bilirubin (Bil)-Direct and Total, Aspartate Transaminase (AST); and Alanine Transaminase (ALT), Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Calcium (Ca), Creatinine (Cr), Phosphorus and Glucose Testing. Note: This panel requires fasting. Do not eat for 10–12 hours before taking the panel to ensure its accuracy.

Cholesterol (Lipids with HDL/LDL Ratio)

The Lipids Panel can determine if you have abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels. These are important because they can also help you and your doctor determine if you’re at risk for heart disease or other coronary (heart) illnesses.

Cholesterol Medication Maintenance Panel

If you’re taking cholesterol medicine, your doctor may request a Cholesterol Medication Maintenance Panel before a refill is prescribed. It’s also perfect for people who need to have their cholesterol and liver functions tested on a routine basis or for those simply interested in knowing their cholesterol level.

Chromium Exposure Blood Test

Exposure to Chromium can have very serious consequences for your body, and you may not know right away if you have been exposed. If you live in an area where you might have been exposed to environmental Chromium, you may decide to choose this test. Children and pregnant women are especially vulnerable to Chromium. Employers also monitor their employees for exposure, whether required by OSHA or as a way of establishing a baseline measurement before a candidate is hired.

Complete Blood Count (CBC with diff./platelet)

A Complete Blood Count or CBC is a great test to take to give you a “snapshot” of your health. This test gives important information about the kind and the number of cells in your blood. Physicians use this information to evaluate symptoms, help diagnose conditions and treat certain illnesses (like infections).

Complete Hormone Health Profile

Hormone imbalance may be the cause of chronic health issues including fatigue, headache, weight gain, irritability, infertility, mood swings, loss of libido (sex drive), and depression. The Complete Hormone Health Profile is a saliva hormone test that includes all the hormones in the Basic Panel and adds cortisol (4 times a day).

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) Test

The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) includes 14 essential tests that are typically requested by your doctor as part of a routine check-up or annual physical. This panel gives you or your doctor a clearer picture of your overall health. Note: This panel requires fasting. Do not eat for 10-12 hours before taking the panel to ensure its accuracy.

Connective Tissue and Autoimmune Panel

Are you concerned about one of the Autoimmune diseases? These are a host of diseases (Lupus, Rheumatoid arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Scleroderma and more) which can be diagnosed or implicated using these screening tests.

Copper Exposure Blood Test

Copper poisoning can be fatal. Excess copper can cause tissue damage and should be treated immediately. Symptoms include anemia, nausea and abdominal pain, jaundice, fatigue, behavioral changes, tremors, difficulty walking or swallowing and persistent muscle contractions that cause limb twisting and repetitive motions (dystonia). If you think you have been exposed to excess amounts of copper and are vomiting or have diarrhea you should have a Copper Exposure Blood Test immediately. Copper poisoning can cause long term damage to the liver and/or kidney. Symptoms of copper deficiency include osteoporosis and anemia.

C-Reactive Protein High Sensitivity Test (CRP Lab Test)

The C-Reactive Protein (High Sensitivity, Cardiac) (CRP) is a blood test that measures the amount of protein (called C-reactive Protein) in your blood that indicates inflammation. It’s also used to assess your risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). With the C-Reactive Protein (High Sensitivity, Cardiac) Test, you’ll know if inflammation has damaged the inner lining of your arteries, thus increasing your chances of a heart attack.

Creatine Kinase (CK) Lab Test

Creatine kinase (CK) or Creatine phosphokinase (CPK) is an enzyme produced by the muscles. Abnormal levels of this enzyme can provide early warning of a muscular disease, such as Duchenne muscular dystrophy, evidence of a myocardial infarction or heart attack, or acute renal failure. If you are or have experienced chest pains the CK test can diagnose a heart attack. CK levels are also higher in women who carry the X-linked gene for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. An autoimmune disease that causes unexplained muscle weakness, swelling and damage called myositis can be detected with the CK test.

DHEA-S (Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate) Lab Test

The DHEA-S Test helps in evaluating your adrenal gland function. Some research indicates that DHEA-S may cause higher than normal levels of androgens and estrogens (sex hormones) in the body, and may increase your risk of prostate, breast, ovarian, and other hormone- sensitive cancers.

Diabetes Maintenance Panel

The four tests in this panel will give you and your doctor a lot of knowledge. The Complete Blood Count (CBC) tests for blood disorders such as infection or anemia; the Fasting Glucose is used to detect both hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, to help diagnose diabetes, and to monitor glucose levels in persons with diabetes.

Diabetes Screening Panel

Are you at increased risk for diabetes? Undetected diabetes can be a silent killer.

Drug Test (Urine)

A drug test is used to detect the presence of drugs of abuse and their metabolites in urine.

Epstein–Barr Virus

The Epstein–Barr Virus (EBV) is one of the most common human viruses and is a member of the herpes virus family. Passed through the saliva, the virus causes an infection that is very common. The Epstein-Barr Virus has been known to lead to two types of cancer.

Factor V Leiden Lab Test

Only 10% of people with Factor V Leiden ever develop signs or symptoms. However, the first indication that you have the disorder may be the development of a blood clot (thrombosis). If you have a family history of thrombosis or know that others in your family have the factor V Leiden mutation you may want to consider getting tested. Having early Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) (before the age of 50) or becoming pregnant if you have a family history of thrombosis would be indicators that you should get tested.

Fatigue Panel

Many health factors can affect your energy levels. The Fatigue Panel includes a CBC, which measures important parameters of the cellular makeup of your blood that can reveal anemia, signs of infection or other factors that may cause fatigue; a Chemistry Panel, which analyzes electrolytes, sugar, proteins, and enzymes including sodium, potassium, calcium, glucose and liver/kidney function tests; and several other tests including a Urinalysis.

Ferritin Lab Test

Ferritin is a protein in the body that binds to iron. A ferritin test can confirm a diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia. It can also be used to diagnose conditions such as hemochromatosis, liver disease or adult Still’s disease. Additionally, if you have been diagnosed with a condition such as hemochromatosis that causes your body to store too much iron, this test may be used to monitor your condition and guide treatment.

Fighter Panel Test (MMA, BOXING AND OTHER COMBATIVE SPORTS)

The Fighter Panel, specifically designed specifically for those involved in MMA, Boxing, Kickboxing and other Combative Sports, consists of an HIV Test, Hepatitis B Surface Antigen test and a Hepatitis C (HCV) Antibody test.

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Test

The Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) test measures the amount of FSH, a sex hormone produced by the pituitary gland, in your blood. In women, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) stimulates production of eggs and a hormone called estradiol during the first half of the menstrual cycle. In men, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) stimulates production of sperm. The Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) test is usually performed to help diagnose problems with sexual development, menstruation, fertility, menopause, or pituitary disorders.

Glucose (Serum) Test

The Glucose (Serum) Test, also known as the Fasting Blood Glucose Test, is the most common test used to diagnose hyperglycemia (higher–than–normal levels of blood sugar), hypoglycemia (lower–than–normal levels of blood sugar) and diabetes. It’s commonly given by your doctor every year and during pregnancy. In addition, Diabetics self–conduct this test multiple times a day to monitor their blood glucose.

Growth Hormone Panel

Testosterone is a hormone (commonly produced in males, but is also made in females in small amounts) that affects sexual features and development. Testosterone levels explode in men after puberty and continue to rise until 40 years old, then they gradually decrease.

Health Profile (Female)

This is a complete package for women who want to Take Control of Your Health®. The Female Health Profile gives you a lot of information including your blood counts, kidney and liver functions, electrolytes, male hormones, thyroid, hearth, nutrition, Hepatitis status and HIV status.

Health Profile (Male)

This is a complete package for men who want to Take Control of Your Health®. The Male Health Profile gives you a lot of information including your blood counts, kidney and liver functions, electrolytes, male hormones, thyroid, heart, nutrition, hepatitis and HIV status.

Heartburn Panel

The Heartburn Panel includes a Complete Blood Count (CBC), which tests for blood disorders that can show signs of leukemia, anemia, and blood clotting; a Chemistry Panel which evaluates your blood sugar levels, liver and kidney function, renal function and electrolyte levels.

Heartburn/Reflux Panel

Do you have heartburn? In addition to a basic screening, this panel assesses the levels of the bacteria associated with peptic ulcers, heartburn and reflux.

Heavy Metal Panel

Metals are natural elements from our Earth but are extremely toxic (even in low concentrations) and can have damaging effects on your body (especially your lungs and kidneys). You can be exposed to certain types of metals from the air, household products, contaminated foods and drinks, and possibly at your place of employment (manufacturing facilities) or at home. Tests for toxins such as lead, heavy metals, BPA and VOCs.

Helicobacter Pylori (H. Pylori) Rapid Screen

Do you have gastrointestinal pain, unexplained weight loss, nausea or vomiting? Your symptoms could be caused by the H. pylori bacterium. An infection, and resulting peptic ulcer, can be easily treated with antibiotics. The Heliobacter Pylori (H. pylori) Test is a blood test used to look for antibodies to the H. pylori bacterium.

Hepatic Function Lab Test (Liver Function Panel)

This Liver Function Panel (Hepatic Function) includes the Total Protein test, Albumin test, Total Bilirubin test, Direct Bilirubin test, Alkaline Phosphatase test, AST7 test, and ALT test.

Homocysteine Lab Test

Do you feel weak or lightheaded? Do you have tingling in your hands and feet? These may be signs of a B12 or other folate deficiency. The homocysteine test consists of a blood test that measures the level of homocysteine in the blood. Information from this test can also be used in conjunction with other cardiovascular tests for people at high risk for stroke or heart attack.

Inflammation Marker Panel

Inflammation is a process in which your body’s white blood cells and chemicals protect itself from infection and foreign substances such as bacteria and viruses. If you have inflammation, you may have a virus or bacterial infection.

Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) Lab Test

The Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (or TIBC) tests for Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity. The Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) Test measures the amount of iron in your blood. Having too much or too little iron in your blood can cause medical problems. However, this test is mainly used to determine certain types of anemia.

Lead Exposure Blood Test

Lead can affect your body neurologically, as well as affecting major organs such as your stomach, liver, kidneys, muscles and the reproductive system. Here are some symptoms of lead exposure include, fatigue, irritability, hearing loss, seizures, nausea, anemia, indigestion, reduced sperm count, miscarriage. Chronic exposure to lead can cause cerebral edema, coma and convulsions.

Lipoprotein (A) Particle Profile Test (LPA)

Lipoprotein (a), also called LPa, has been identified as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke. Lipoprotein (a) testing is recommended for individuals who are at risk for cardiovascular disease. If test results indicate high risk, LDL levels should be treated more aggressively as LPa itself is not usually affected by lifestyle or diet.

Lithium Levels Lab Test

Are you taking lithium for bipolar disorder and experiencing side effects? Lithium can be extremely helpful in the treatment of bipolar disorder and the ability to carry on normal activities but there are many possible side effects. Common side effects are dry mouth, restlessness, weight gain, cognitive problems, lethargy and digestive issues. Lithium levels should be checked after the initial dosage and then 5 days after any dosage adjustment. Long term monitoring should be done every 3-6 months with stable lithium levels or with any change to the treatment plan.

Luteinizing Hormone (LH) Lab Test

The Luteinizing Hormone or LH Test measures how much of the hormone is in your blood. The LH Test can help find the cause for the couple’s infertility. It can also give insight on puberty, menstrual cycle issues, and ovulation timing, among others.

Lyme Disease Lab Test

Do you think that you have recently been bitten by a tick, especially and Deer tick or a Western black-legged tick? Symptoms of Lyme disease are very commonly mistaken for the flu. In the early stages of Lyme disease you may experience headaches, fatigue, sore muscles and joints, and a fever, but it may take anywhere from 3 days to a month for any symptoms to appear, if they appear at all. One very clear symptom is a round, red rash at the site of the bite. Lyme disease can be easily treated with antibiotics and is very effective in eliminating the infection.

Measles Titer (Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Titer)

The MMR Titer is a blood test that checks if you are immune to Measles, Mumps and Rubella. It measures your antibody levels to get a sense for whether your immune system has the capability to respond to an infection with one of these diseases.

Mercury Exposure Blood Test

Exposure to Mercury can have very serious consequences for your body, and you may not know right away if you have been exposed. If you live in an area where you might have been exposed to environmental Mercury, you may decide to choose this test. Children and pregnant women are especially vulnerable to Mercury. Employers also monitor their employees for exposure, whether required by OSHA or as a way of establishing a baseline measurement before a candidate is hired.

Microalbumin Test (Diabetic Urinalysis)

Albumin is a protein that is filtered by your kidneys and therefore, not usually found in the urine. The Diabetic Urinalysis (Microalbumin) tests for the presence of this protein in your urine. The Diabetic Urinalysis (Microalbumin) test can help determine if your diabetes treatment is working adequately and alert your doctor to any complications from the disease (such as kidney disease).

Micronutrient Test

The MicroNutrient Test measures your body’s ability to absorb 32 vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other essential nutrients within your white blood cells. This non-fasting blood test tells you if you have a vitamin deficiency and gives you a plan for how to correct it.

Mononucleosis (Qualitative) Test

Mononucleosis is a viral infection caused by the Epstein Barr virus and is common in adolescents and young adults. Often times, there are no symptoms, but others feel tired, feverish, have a sore throat, etc.

Nutritional Panel

The Nutritional Panel includes a variety of tests that can help you determine if you are getting enough nutrition. This panel can also help rule out adrenal gland disorders and malnutrition. It is commonly ordered by doctors before surgery or for patients who are hospitalized or chronically ill.

The PLAC Test

The PLAC Test for Lp–PLA2 is the only blood test cleared by the FDA to help identify the risk for stroke and heart attack. This simple, non–fasting blood test will give you and your doctor more information about your cardiovascular health, including whether or not you need more aggressive therapy.

Prothrombin Time (INR/PT/INR) Lab Test

Are you taking the blood-thinning medication warfarin? Do you suspect you may have a bleeding disorder? People susceptible to blood clots that can cause strokes and heart attacks may be taking anti-coagulant medications, such as warfarin, to reduce the formation of clots in the blood. While on warfarin it is important to monitor the effectiveness of the medication. If you have experienced unexplained bruising or excessive bleeding your physician may recommend the PT and INR in conjunction with other blood clotting tests, such as the Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time Test (aPTT) to determine whether you have a bleeding disorder such as von Willebrand disease or hemophilia, or have a vitamin K deficiency or liver damage which is preventing the blood from clotting properly. The Prothrombin Time (PT) Test is a blood test used to measure the body’s ability to form blood clots and the time is measured against the International Normalized Ratio (INR).

Rabies Titer Test

The Rabies Antibody Titer Test is a Rapid Fluorescent Focus Inhibition Test (RFFIT) that is used to monitor rabies antibodies levels in a person. If a person has been bitten by an animal that may have rabies (or it can’t be tested) or are regularly exposed to the rabies virus they may want to get a Rabies Antibody Titer Test.

Rheumatoid Arthritis Factor

The Rheumatoid Arthritis Factor (RA Factor) Test measures the rheumatoid factor antibody in the blood – typically not present in a normal individual’s blood. If present, this can be an indication of rheumatoid arthritis.

SED Rate (Sedimentation Rate (Westergren) Test) Test

The Sedimentation Rate (Westergren) Test is a blood test that detects and monitors inflammation in the body. Westergren is the method that measures the speed at which red blood cells settle to the bottom of a glass tube.

Sickle Cell Screen

The Sickle Cell Screen consists of the Hemoglobin S solubility and Sodium Metabisulfite tests to identify the presence of Hemoglobin S.

TIBC Lab Test (Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity)

The Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (or TIBC) tests for Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity. The Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) Test measures the amount of iron in your blood. Having too much or too little iron in your blood can cause medical problems. However, this test is mainly used to determine certain types of anemia.

Thyroid Panel

The Thyroid Panel screens for thyroid disease, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism by examining your body’s production of the thyroid hormones TSH, T3 and T4. This panel also includes your Thyroxine Index – basically a math computation estimate based on your T4 and T3 tests.

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Test

The Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) test checks your body’s production of TSH and helps screen for thyroid disease, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. Symptoms of Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) may include fatigue, weight gain, a shortattention span, and numbness or cold intolerance. Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) may include weight loss, persistent vomiting, increased blood pressure, hair loss or a persistently fast heart rate.

Urinalysis (UA).

The Urinalysis can determine a number of health problems. It will see if your kidneys are functioning normally, if sugar is present in your urine, if you’re burning fat or if you have a urinary tract infection (its most common use). In addition, it can locate substances that may be causing everything from metabolic problems to kidney disorders. Some doctors request a Urinalysis before surgery or during the early stages of pregnancy.

VAP® Cholesterol Test

The VAP® (Vertical Auto Profile) Test is one of the most accurate and comprehensive cholesterol tests available today. It reports 18 separate components of blood cholesterol compared to just four in a standard test.

VAP® Heart Health Panel

Featuring The VAP® Test, the Heart Health Panel gives you and your doctor more information on the treatment and management of cardiovascular conditions and a great overall picture of your heart’s health.

VAP® Metabolic Syndrome Panel

The VAP® (Vertical Auto Profile) Test is one of the most accurate and comprehensive cholesterol tests available today. It reports 18 separate components of blood cholesterol compared to just four in a standard test.

Zinc Deficiency or Toxicity Test

Have you been exposed to excess zinc through household products or excess zinc supplementation? Zinc poisoning can be extremely dangerous and can be life-threatening. Overexposure can occur with prolonged use or exposure to some common household products such as paints, varnishes, rust-removers, metals, cleaners and solvents. Symptoms of zinc poisoning include seizures and convulsions, vomiting, fever, aches and pains, shock, fainting, low blood pressure, a persistent taste of metal or the inability to urinate. The Zinc Test is a blood test that measures the level of zinc in the blood.