• Comprehensive Female Panel: Our comprehensive female panel will help you recognize and address hormone imbalances as well as the overall condition of your...
  • Comprehensive Male Panel: This panel will provide men with a wide range of tests designed to give them a broad overview of their...
  • Urine Culture: A bacterium known as Escherichia coli (E. coli) causes the majority of lower urinary tract infections (UTIs). Fortunately, this microorganism...
  • T4 Total and Thyroxine Total: This test measures the total amount of circulating thyroxine in your blood. Thyroxine, a hormone produced by the thyroid, is...
  • Thyroglobulin Antibody Test: Thyroglobulin is produced by normal or cancerous thyroid cells.  When a person develops an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid,...
  • Food and Environmental Super Combo (IgE and IgG): When people think of allergies what typically comes to mind is the standard allergy symptoms we all know or have...
  • Semen Detection: The Semen Detection Analysis is performed on an item submitted, when it is suspected the item may contain seminal fluid...
  • Cortisol Hormone Test (Saliva): The Saliva Cortisol test is the least invasive way to measure the level of cortisol in the body.  Cortisol is...
  • Rabies Titer: The Rabies Titer Test or RFFIT is used to monitor rabies antibody levels in someone who may have an occupational...
  • Prolactin: Prolactin levels are a good measure if there is a dysfunction within your body.  Symptoms that may trigger someone to...
  • Testosterone Panel (Pre-Therapy): If you are considering androgen/testosterone replacement therapy you need to be aware of your overall health so that you are...
  • Pre-Operative Panel (Male): Common tests that your surgeon may ask you to have before surgery.
  • Potassium Test: Potassium is a simple mineral that is important for the regulation of our heartbeat.  It, along with other electrolytes like...
  • Phosphate Test: Phosphate is a charged ion in the blood that contains phosphorus, which is critical for building and repairing bones and...
  • Phenytoin (Dilantin): The Phenytoin Lab Test measures the level of phenytoin (Dilantin) in the blood.
  • Tick Panel: Tick bites often go unnoticed, making tick-borne illnesses sometimes challenging to diagnose.  Without proper treatment, some of these diseases can...
  • Osteoporosis Risk Panel: The Osteoporosis Risk Panel includes ten different tests that evaluate your risk for osteoporosis – a debilitating disease that causes...
  • Oral Drug Panel/Oral Nicotine Test: Oral fluid drug testing and nicotine (cotinine) testing offers confidential, lab-based results using an oral fluid swab collection method. The...
  • Mononucleosis (Mono) Test: Mononucleosis is a viral infection caused by the Epstein Barr virus and is common in adolescents and young adults. Often...
  • Mecury Exposure (24 Hour Urine): Exposure to Mercury can have very serious consequences for your body, and you may not know right away if you...
  • Magnesiuim Test: Magnesium is a critical electrolyte that is necessary for proper muscle, nerve and enzyme function and is necessary for the...
  • Luteinizing Hormone (LH): The Luteinizing Hormone or LH Test measures how much of the hormone is in your blood.   The LH is produced...
  • Lithium Level Blood Test: The Lithium Levels Lab Test is a blood test used to determine lithium levels in the blood in order to...
  • Cholesterol (Lipoprotein Particle Profile Plus): About 50% of people who have suffered heart attacks have “normal” cholesterol numbers (NHLB I – The National Heart, Lung...
  • Cholesterol (Lipoprotein Particle Profile): About 50% of people who have suffered heart attacks have “normal” cholesterol numbers (NHLB I – The National Heart, Lung...
  • Cholesterol (Lipoprotein a): Lipoprotein (a), also called LPa, has been identified as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke.  The level of...
  • Pancreatic Lipase: The Lipase Test measures the level of lipase in the blood.
  • Lead Exposure (Hair): A hair test can give an expanded window of detection of up to 90 days. Exposure to Lead can have...
  • Homocysteine Test: Homocysteine is an amino acid that is normally present in very small amounts in the blood.  Normally the vitamins B6,...
  • Hepatitis Panel: Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can be contracted through unprotected sex, using contaminated needles, or other causes. ...
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH): The Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) test measures the amount of FSH, a sex hormone produced by the pituitary gland, in...
  • MMA / Boxing Fighter Panel: The Fighter Panel is specifically designed specifically for those involved in MMA, Boxing, Kickboxing and other Combative Sports. Some competitive fighting...
  • Ferritin Test: The Ferritin Test measures the level of ferritin molecules in the blood. Ferritin is a protein in the body that binds...
  • Factor V (Leiden): A genetic test can be performed to determine whether you have the genetic mutation and whether you have the mutated...
  • Pre-Operative Panel (Female): Common tests that your surgeon may ask you to have before surgery.
  • Expanded Food Allergy Panel III – (Both IgE and IgG): When people think of allergies what typically comes to mind is the standard allergy symptoms we all know or have...
  • Synthetic Drug Panel: Synthetic Marijuana, called K2 or Spice, use has become widespread in the US, especially by those trying to avoid detection...
  • K2/Spice: The Synthetic Marijuana Urine Drug Test will test for the presence or absence of five variations of the designer drug...
  • Expanded Food Allergy Panel (IgG or IgE): There is an antibody, Immunoglobulin G (IgG), that can also cause allergic responses but the reactions are delayed.   This delay...
  • Estradiol (Estrogen) Test: The Estradiol Test measures the amount of estradiol (a female sex hormone which is basically a form of estrogen) in...
  • Healthcare Professional Drug Panel: This Healthcare Professional Profile is specifically designed to test healthcare professionals for highly addictive prescription medications that are readily available...
  • Maternity Informational: A Maternity DNA Test compares the DNA of a child to the DNA of an Alleged Mother to determine the...
  • Designer Drug Panel: This Designer Stimulants Panel includes 21 compounds that are often synthesized for illicit use and can go undetected in a...
  • DNA Detection: An Infidelity DNA Test compares DNA that is extracted from an item submitted to a known reference sample, generally a...
  • DXM Drug Test (OTC Cough Medicine): Dextromethorphan (DXM) is an antitussive (cough suppressant) medication that is generally found in many over-the-counter cold and cough medications.  When...
  • Cystic Fibrosis Screen: Cystic fibrosis (CF) is caused by a defective gene which causes the body to produce abnormally thick and sticky fluid,...
  • Cortisol Test: Cortisol, also known as hydrocortisone, is a hormone released by the adrenal gland in response to stress.  When responding to...
  • Copper Exposure: The Copper Exposure Test measures the level of copper, a heavy metal, in the blood.
  • Testosterone Panel (Continued-Therapy): Testosterone is a male hormone that helps to maintain bone density, fat distribution, muscle strength and mass, red blood cell...
  • Food and Environmental Comprehensive IgG Allergy Panel: When people think of allergies what typically comes to mind is the standard allergy symptoms we all know or have...
  • Bartonella (Cat Scratch Disease) with Tick Panel: The Comprehensive Bartonella (ePCR and IFA) Plus Tick Panel test is a combination of the Bartonella Triple Draw Blood Test...
  • Celiac, IBS, Crohn's Testing: One in every 133 Americans suffers from celiac disease totaling 3 million Americans.  85% of these people have not been...
  • Chromium Exposure (Serum): Exposure to Chromium can have very serious consequences for your body, and you may not know right away if you...
  • Chromium Exposure (Hair): A hair test can give an expanded window of detection of up to 90 days. Exposure to Chromium can have...
  • 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...
  • Cadmium Exposure (Hair): Cadmium is a metal found in natural deposits such as ores. Cadmium is used primarily for metal plating and in...
  • Cadmium Exposure (24 Hour Urine): Cadmium is a metal found in natural deposits such as ores. Cadmium is used primarily for metal plating and in...
  • Breast Cancer Monitoring Panel: The Breast Cancer Monitoring Panel can help your physician monitor breast cancer treatment and therapy. Both the CA 15‐3 and CA...
  • Basic Nutritional Panel: The Nutritional Panel includes a variety of tests that can help you determine if you are getting enough nutrition.   This...
  • Bartonella (Cat Scratch Disease): The Bartonella ePCR™ single draw test platform is designed to detect active infections of all pathogenic bacteria in the genus...
  • Avuncular Informational: With an Avuncular DNA test you can determine if a child is your biological niece or nephew.  This is an...
  • Arthritis Screening Panel: This panel includes a number of tests that give you and your doctor information to help you determine if you...
  • Arsenic Exposure (Hair): Arsenic is a metal that is naturally occurring in the earth’s crust. In the environment, Arsenic can combine with Oxygen,...
  • Arsenic Exposure (24 Hour Urine): Arsenic is a metal that is naturally occurring in the earth’s crust. In the environment, Arsenic can combine with Oxygen,...
  • AMH Test: The average age of menopause for American women is 52 and knowing that it’s probably a long way off has...
  • Anemia Panel: The Anemia Panel is a comprehensive panel that includes a CBC, Ferritin, Folates, Total Iron Binding Capacity with Iron, Reticulocyte...
  • Pancreatic Amylase: The Amylase Test is a blood test that measures the level of amylase in the blood.
  • Mold Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances that create the typical allergy symptoms we all...
  • Basic (Pediatric) Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances and foods that create the typical allergy symptoms...
  • Expanded Food Allergy Panel: In people with allergies, the body produces antibodies against common foods that create the typical allergy symptoms we all know...
  • Comprehensive Food and Environmental Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances and foods that create the typical allergy symptoms...
  • Basic Food and Environmental Allergy Panel: In people with allergies the body produces antibodies against common environmental substances and foods that create the typical allergy symptoms...
  • Weight Management Kit: The Weight Management Take Home Hormone Kit consists of a dried blood spot test and a saliva test. The test...
  • Vitamin D: Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that interacts with and regulates more than 200 genes in the body.  Your...
  • Vitamin B12: Vitamin B-12, also called cobalamin, is a water soluble vitamin that plays a key role in the formation of blood...
  • Varicella Virus (Chicken Pox): The Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV) Titer is a blood test that checks if you are immune to Varicella Zoster Virus,...
  • Urine Marijuana Confirmation: This  test  is  used  to  detect  and  confirm  if  there  is  a  presence  of  cannabinoids  in  the  system.
  • Urinalysis (Routine Checkup): The Urinalysis can determine a number of health problems. It will see if your kidneys are functioning normally, if sugar...
  • Urine Unknown Substance: This Unknown Substance Analysis can be used if a person believes they have been drugged and would like to identify...
  • Hair Unknown Chemicals/Toxins: The Unknown Poisons and Toxins Analysis screens for and confirms a wide array of chemicals, poisons and toxic substances and...
  • Tuberculosis Blood Screen (TB): The  Tuberculosis  Blood  Screen  is  a  unique,  single-visit  blood  test  for  tuberculosis  screening.  This  test  has  demonstrated  in  a  pivotal...
  • Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies: The Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies test assists in the diagnosis of thyroid diseases such as endemic goiter, Graves Disease, autoimmune thyroiditis,...
  • Testosterone: The Testosterone, Free (Direct), Serum with Total Test will determine the level of testosterone (free and total) in your blood. Testosterone...
  • Syphillis: The Syphilis Test detects antibodies to the bacterium that cause the disease in blood, body fluid or tissue. It will...
  • Environmental Allergy Test: The Super Combination Panel measures IgG and IgE antibodies to 90 Food Allergens (Expanded Food Panel III) and 45 Environmental...
  • Sleep Balance Kit: The Sleep Balance Take Home Hormone Kit includes: A dried urine test to measure Melatonin levels ( Melatonin (MT6s x 4)) A...
  • Skin Vitality Panel Kit: The Skin Vitality Take Home Hormone Kit consists of a dried blood spot test for measurement of thyroid and Vitamin...
  • Sickle Cell Screen: People with sickle cell disease (or anemia) have an abnormal form of blood cell (Hemoglobin S) which causes the red...
  • Rubella: Rubella,  also  known  as  German  Measles,  is an  acute  viral  infection  of  children  and  adults.  Rubella  can  cause  rash,  fever ...
  • Rheumatoid Factor: If your joints hurt from walking up stairs, opening up jars or other routine activity, you may want to take...
  • Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA): The PSA Test (or Prostate Specific Antigen) is a substance a man’s prostate gland produces. This blood test will measure...
  • PT/INR Clotting Screen: The Prothrombin Time (PT) Test is a blood test used to measure the body’s ability to form blood clots and...
  • Progesterone: The Progesterone Test measures the amount of the hormone in your blood. Progesterone is a female hormone produced by the...
  • Pregnancy With Gestational Age (How Far Along): The  Pregnancy  Test  with  Fetal  Age  Chart  is  a  blood  test  that  not  only  tells  you  “Yes” or “No”,  but ...
  • Pregnancy Test (Yes or No): Beta hCG Quantitative (pregnancy test) values may reach detectable limits within 7-10 days of conception.  hCG is produced by the...
  • Pain PGx Panel: The Pain PGx Panel looks at substitutions on seven different genes and reports which pain medications are likely to work...
  • Mumps: Mumps  is an  acute  illness  characterized  by  the  infection  of  salivary  glands. It usually leads  to  high  fever  and  fatigue.
  • Mold (Sensitivity And Intolerance Testing): The Mold Allergy Panel tests for allergies, to common indoor and outdoor molds such as Cladosporium (the most common airborne...
  • MMR Titer Testing: MMR stands for Measles, Mumps and Rubella (German Measles). The MMR Titer is a blood test that checks if you...