• Anemia Panel: The Anemia Panel is a comprehensive panel that includes a CBC, Ferritin, Folates, Total Iron Binding Capacity with Iron, Reticulocyte...
  • Antinuclear Antibodies: Antinuclear  antibodies  are  associated  with  rheumatic  diseases  including  Systemic  Lupus  Erythematous  (SLE),  mixed  connective  tissue  disease,  Sjogren’s  syndrome,  scleroderma,  polymyositis, ...
  • 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,...
  • Arsenic Exposure (Hair): Arsenic is a metal that is naturally occurring in the earth’s crust. In the environment, Arsenic can combine with Oxygen,...
  • Arthritis Screening Panel: This panel includes a number of tests that give you and your doctor information to help you determine if you...
  • Bartonella (Cat Scratch Disease): The Bartonella ePCR™ single draw test platform is designed to detect active infections of all pathogenic bacteria in the genus...
  • 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...
  • Blood Type and Rh Factor: The Blood Typing and RH Factor Test determines your blood type [either A, B, AB, and O] and Rh factor...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Cadmium Exposure (Hair): Cadmium is a metal found in natural deposits such as ores. Cadmium is used primarily for metal plating and in...
  • 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...
  • Cholesterol (Lipid) Panel: The  Lipids  Panel  can  determine  if  you  have  abnormal  cholesterol  or  triglyceride  levels.  These  are important because they can also...
  • 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...
  • Chromium Exposure (Hair): A hair test can give an expanded window of detection of up to 90 days. Exposure to Chromium can have...
  • Chromium Exposure (Serum): Exposure to Chromium can have very serious consequences for your body, and you may not know right away if you...
  • Complete Blood Count: A CBC is a great test to take to give you a “snapshot” of your health.  This test gives important...
  • Complete Metabolic Panel: The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) includes 14 essential tests that are typically requested by your doctor as part of a...
  • Copper Exposure: The Copper Exposure Test measures the level of copper, a heavy metal, in the blood.
  • Cortisol Hormone Test (Saliva): The Saliva Cortisol test is the least invasive way to measure the level of cortisol in the body.  Cortisol is...
  • Cystic Fibrosis Screen: Cystic fibrosis (CF) is caused by a defective gene which causes the body to produce abnormally thick and sticky fluid,...
  • Factor V (Leiden): A genetic test can be performed to determine whether you have the genetic mutation and whether you have the mutated...
  • Folate: A  deficiency  of  folic  acid  is  common  in  pregnant  women,  alcoholics,  or  individuals  who  do  not  have  enough  raw  fruits ...
  • Glucose: The Glucose (Serum) Test, also known as the Fasting Blood Glucose Test, is the most common test used to diagnose...
  • Hair 5-Panel Heavy Metals: Exposure to metals can have very serious consequences for your body, especially children.  The problem is you may not even...
  • Hair Complete Heavy Metals: Exposure to metals can have very serious consequences for your body, especially children. The problem is you may not even...
  • Hair Date Rape Test: The Comprehensive Date Rape Panel can be performed using blood, urine or hair, and tests for drugs most commonly used...
  • Hair Unknown Chemicals/Toxins: The Unknown Poisons and Toxins Analysis screens for and confirms a wide array of chemicals, poisons and toxic substances and...
  • Hemoglobin A1C (Diabetes Monitoring): The Hemoglobin A1c Test is a valuable measure of the overall blood glucose levels over a period of time (2‐3...
  • Hepatic Function Panel: The Liver Function Panel (Hepatic Function) measures the blood levels of seven tests that you may want to  check  to ...
  • Hepatitis A: There are several types of hepatitis – each caused by a different hepatitis virus.  The Hepatitis A Antibody (Total) Test...
  • Hepatitis B (Immunity Only): The  hepatitis  B  surface  antibody  is  the  antibody  that  is  produced  in  response  to  hepatitis  B  surface  antigen,  a  protein ...
  • Hepatitis B (STD): There are several types of hepatitis – each caused by a different hepatitis virus. Hepatitis is an inflammation of the...
  • Hepatitis C: There are several types of hepatitis – each caused by a different hepatitis virus. Hepatitis is an inflammation of the...
  • Hepatitis Panel: Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that can be contracted through unprotected sex, using contaminated needles, or other causes. ...
  • HIV: HIV is a sexually transmitted disease (that can be spread outside of sexual contact) known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).  ...
  • Lead Blood Test: Lead is a toxic metal that is naturally occurring in the earth’s crust. Lead and lead compounds have been used...
  • Lead Exposure (Hair): A hair test can give an expanded window of detection of up to 90 days. Exposure to Lead can have...
  • Lithium Level Blood Test: The Lithium Levels Lab Test is a blood test used to determine lithium levels in the blood in order to...
  • Lyme Disease: Lyme disease is common in the United States and is spread by infected ticks that then bite people or animals. ...
  • Measles: Measles, also called Rubeola, is a highly contagious virus that can be very serious if contracted by children. The infection...
  • 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...
  • MMR Titer Testing: MMR stands for Measles, Mumps and Rubella (German Measles). The MMR Titer is a blood test that checks if you...
  • Mononucleosis (Mono) Test: Mononucleosis is a viral infection caused by the Epstein Barr virus and is common in adolescents and young adults. Often...
  • Mumps: Mumps  is an  acute  illness  characterized  by  the  infection  of  salivary  glands. It usually leads  to  high  fever  and  fatigue.
  • Pancreatic Amylase: The Amylase Test is a blood test that measures the level of amylase in the blood.
  • Pancreatic Lipase: The Lipase Test measures the level of lipase in the blood.
  • Phenytoin (Dilantin): The Phenytoin Lab Test measures the level of phenytoin (Dilantin) in the blood.
  • Pre-Operative Panel (Female): Common tests that your surgeon may ask you to have before surgery.
  • Pre-Operative Panel (Male): Common tests that your surgeon may ask you to have before surgery.
  • 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...
  • 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 ...
  • Prenatal OB Panel: An OB panel is a group of blood tests done to check the health or a woman during early pregnancy.
  • Prolactin: Prolactin levels are a good measure if there is a dysfunction within your body.  Symptoms that may trigger someone to...
  • Prothrombin Time (Clotting Test): The Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT) measures the body’s Ability To Form Blood Clots appropriately.
  • 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...
  • Rabies Titer: The Rabies Titer Test or RFFIT is used to monitor rabies antibody levels in someone who may have an occupational...
  • Rheumatoid Factor: If your joints hurt from walking up stairs, opening up jars or other routine activity, you may want to take...
  • Rubella: Rubella,  also  known  as  German  Measles,  is an  acute  viral  infection  of  children  and  adults.  Rubella  can  cause  rash,  fever ...
  • Sickle Cell Screen: People with sickle cell disease (or anemia) have an abnormal form of blood cell (Hemoglobin S) which causes the red...
  • Testosterone Panel (Continued-Therapy): Testosterone is a male hormone that helps to maintain bone density, fat distribution, muscle strength and mass, red blood cell...
  • 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...
  • Thyroglobulin Antibody Test: Thyroglobulin is produced by normal or cancerous thyroid cells.  When a person develops an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid,...
  • Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies: The Thyroid Panel screens for thyroid disease, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism by examining your body’s production of the thyroid hormones. There are...
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone: The thyroid gland is responsible for regulating how your body uses energy. The thyroid also produces hormones critical to proper...
  • TIBC (Total Iron Binding Capacity): The Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) Test measures the amount of iron in your blood.  Having too much...
  • Tick Panel: Tick bites often go unnoticed, making tick-borne illnesses sometimes challenging to diagnose.  Without proper treatment, some of these diseases can...
  • 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...
  • Urinalysis (Routine Checkup): The Urinalysis can determine a number of health problems. It will see if your kidneys are functioning normally, if sugar...
  • Urine Culture: A bacterium known as Escherichia coli (E. coli) causes the majority of lower urinary tract infections (UTIs). Fortunately, this microorganism...
  • Varicella Virus (Chicken Pox): The Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV) Titer is a blood test that checks if you are immune to Varicella Zoster Virus,...