We are proud to announce an exciting new partnership with Evexia Diagnostics! Effective immediately, you can take advantage of the full suite of services offered by Evexia. They are naturally aligned to enhance the goal of maximizing outcomes for our unique clients.
Learn more about Evexia Diagnostics and the exciting partnership in the Official Press Release (click here).
Get started today by simply clicking the provided link below and completing the registration process, use the code “XXXXXX” and save $XXX OFF the cost of enrollment.
Basic/Advanced Blood Tests
- XXX Elite Panel
- XXX Male Hormone Panel
- XXX Female Hormone Comprehensive Panel
- XXX Foundational Wellness Panel
- XXX Platinum Wellness Panel
- XXX Follow Up Panel
Functional Health Report with Nutraceutical Recommendations
Client Success Team
Our live and knowledgable Client Success Team is available during extended business hours. We also offer FREE “Ask the Dr.” clinical consultations via email or you can request a phone consult for a minimal fee.
Broaden your clinic’s diagnostic capability with over 200 kit-based specialty lab tests.
208 Food Sensitivity Panel
The 208 Food Panel offers comprehensive testing to identify food sensitivities to both common and less prevalent offenders that, in some cases, a patient may not even realize are in his or her diet. It is an ideal choice for patients who eat a broad range of foods and cuisines. Once identified, trigger foods can be controlled to relieve symptoms and help patients lead their healthiest lives.
The GI360™ Profile: an innovative, comprehensive and clinically-applicable stool profile, utilizing multiplex PCR molecular technology coupled with growth-based culture and ID by MALDI-TOF, sensitive biochemical assays and microscopy to detect and assess the status of pathogens, viruses, parasites and bacteria that may be contributing to acute or chronic gastrointestinal symptoms and disease.
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
SIBO Profiles are non-invasive breath tests which capture exhaled hydrogen (H2) and methane (CH4) gases following patient ingestion of a lactulose solution to evaluate bacterial overgrowth of the small intestine.