We offer the most cutting edge lab testing to help give insight into functional imbalances that drive disease in the body. In office blood draws are available, as well as at home collection by blood spot, saliva, urine and stool samples.
Functional Lab Testing
The goal of functional lab testing is to prevent disease before it happens by assessing patterns of imbalance, that without intervention, will end up in dysfunction and disease. We work to identify and correct the driving root causes that drive the symptoms of illness. We aim not just for "normal" lab values but optimal levels that correlate with optimal functioning.
Amazing Lab Savings
Our lab panels allow you to do more testing while paying less. Even if you have insurance we still may be able to save you money on labs if you have not yet met your deductible.
Our Lab Partners
Functional Lab Tests
The GI Effects® Comprehensive Stool Profile is a group of advanced stool tests that provides valuable insight into digestive function, intestinal inflammation, and the intestinal microbiome.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
The NutrEval FMV® is test that assesses the body's functional need for 40 antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids, digestive support, and other select nutrients.
Salivary hormone testing is an excellent way of getting accurate reading of hormone changes over time. They also provide a more accurate assessment of topical hormone replacement than serum.
The Adrenocortex Stress Profile (ASP) provides an assessment of the stress hormones in the body using carefully timed salivary samples to measure the hormones cortisol and DHEA.
Long Term Steroid Use
Vibrant Food Sensitivity is ideal for patients who might be suffering from delayed reactions to up to 209 commonly consumed foods.
The Wheat Zoomer assesses reactions to various components in wheat. It also can detect antibodies that indicate the presence of "leaky gut".
Conventional lab testing, normally ordered when you go to the doctor, focuses on diagnosing a disease, but many people without any diagnosable disease still don't feel well even though their labs are "in the normal range". Functional lab testing is different because it helps evaluate imbalances in physiology on a spectrum of health, with a focus on optimizing levels to help you feel your best.