Non-Invasive Wellness Exams:
Gene SNP DNA Analysis
Functional Nutrition and Gene SNP DNA Analysis
Gene SNP DNA Analysis provides valuable information about gene expression and its impact on factors like cardiovascular, endocrine and mental/emotional health.
You may hear many of the terms below thrown about in your health journey. To help you better understand your options, here are some common non-invasive wellness exams that are available to you.
Pharmacogenetics (PGX) (via oral swab) –
Genetic test that allows the providers to recommend the best drugs in relation to genetic variation. This test allows health care providers to choose medications with less side effects, including effectiveness and overdosing. It also shows how the patient will metabolize medications, for example, cardiac, pain asthma and antipsychotics.
Cancer (CGx) (via oral swab) -
Used to determine if one is at an increased risk of developing hereditary cancer. Must have a family or personal history of cancer.
Allergy (via fingerprick blood sample) -
Helps determine if you are allergic, and to what. Combined with a detailed medical history and a physical examination, this test contains information which shows susceptibility, or lack of it for the development of allergies and many other diseases that may be associated with hypersensitivity. It will also help your healthcare provider develop a customized treatment plan that's right for you.
Comprehensive Blood Wellness Exam (via blood lab draw) –
The comprehensive health and wellness test panel measures and evaluates the body as a whole. It helps the provider offer recommendations for prevention and early detection of chronic disease. This test is part of the Lifestyle and Integrative Medicine consultation.
Gene SNP Analysis (via oral swab) -
Evaluates 48 genes and 61 SNPs spanning several different areas of health; evaluates diet, lifestyle, exercise, cardiovascular and mental-emotional markers of health. This analysis gives insight into how your genes may function and lifestyle changes that need to occur to reach optimal health. It gives your provider the information needed so you can prioritize your nutrients, daily habits and health targets. Potentially, it could help identify gene variations that could link to sleep, weight gain, fitness, mental energy and stamina.
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