Laboratory Blood Testing

Laboratory Blood Tests

Reminder

Our office accepts an original or a copy of original blood work done at any lab within the past 3-6 months. However, new blood work is required for any primary condition being sought for treatment.

***We will not accept or consider any hand written blood work or a copy of blood work that does not have a name and a proper date.***

Blood tests are a great and valuable tool that aid the physician and the patient to understand the equation that connects health and disease. Yet, blood work is not a diagnostic tool rather it is an invaluable confirming tool. A confirming tool, for example, means that the physician should suspect a symptom and then request a blood work to confirm his suspicion. When blood work is used as a diagnostic tool it means that a physician keeps requesting blood work until he finds an abnormal value. This tends to be very exhausting and expensive.

Blood Cholesterol

This blood (serum) test provides valuable information on serum Cholesterol, LDL, HDL and homocysteine level. It helps detecting liver’s fat metabolism, gallbladder function, poor diet and fat deposits on the inner surfaces’ of the arteries.

Blood Glucose Testing

This serum test provides information on patient’s glucose level. Tendency to hypoglycemia or to diabetes will be revealed.

Blood Work Testing

  1. Heavy metal toxicity
  2. Blood chemistry
  3. Complete blood count plus differentiation
  4. Liver enzymes
  5. Cardiac enzymes
  6. Thyroid panel
  7. G6PD
  8. HbA1C
  9. Fibrinogen
  10. Vit D
  11. ESR
  12. Thyroid panel
  13. Sen. CRP
  14. Cancer markers
*    CA 125 (ovarian cancer),
*    CA 15-3 and 27-29 (breast cancer),
*    CEA (ovarian, lung, breast, pancreas, and gastrointestinal tract cancers),
*    α feto protein,
*    CEA, and
*    PSA (prostate cancer).

Live and Dried Blood Cell Analysis

This comprehensive procedure is divided into two sections: live blood cell analysis and dried blood cell analysis. This test is designed to study the morphology of a patient’s blood that they too may see on a television monitor.

Spectra Cell Blood Testing

This comprehensive procedure studies the presence of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and co-enzymes present, and activities inside the immune system’s cells – the white blood cells. A patient may have been taking vitamins for years and the question arises whether the body is using these elements or not.

Urine Analysis

This assessment is done using a 24 hour urine collection. This provides sufficient analytical information about your nutrients and digestive enzymes, such as amylase, protease, lipase, cellulase, minerals and electrolytes

Vitamin C Testing

Forms part of the first examination, it provides instantaneous information on the patient’s Vitamin C level in the blood. Vitamin C is one of the major elements that assists the body’s immune system.

Zinc Testing

This assessment is important for testing skin integrity, the prostate and in diabetics, the pancreas. We use imported chelated zinc to enhance your body’s absorption function

Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease

 

This assessment is important to identify Lyme disease by using Western Blot lab test. The test identifies  Borrelia burgdorferi that causes Lyme disease. Western blot is usually performed as a follow-up to an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay ( ELISA) test.  The combination tests (ELISA tests and Western blots) are used for many infectious agents; for example,  HIV.

Lyme Disease Site