Your naturopathic physician may order one or a combination of the following laboratory tests to better understand your current state of health. Many of our labs are sent out to off-site laboratories for analysis while some are done in-clinic.

Please ask your ND for more information about which test is right for you.

Off-Site Testing

Adrenal Stress Index Saliva Panel
Cortisol, DHEA, and other hormones involved in the stress response are evaluated.

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
Measures the ovarian reserve or egg supply.

Cancer Testing for Males and Females
Blood values and cancer markers are measured.

Celiac Testing
Blood and saliva testing for diagnosing celiac disease.

Comprehensive Blood Chemistry
To assess blood, iron, thyroid, liver, kidney, cholesterol, blood sugar levels, and more.

Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA)
A thorough assessment of the overall health of the gastrointestinal tract (GI).

Comprehensive Nutritional Panel
Measures large range of key nutrients including vitamins, minerals, fats, and more.

Food Allergy + Sensitivity Blood Test (IgE, IgG, ALCAT and more)
Blood test to determine immediate and delayed sensitivity to 5, 15, 95, or 200 most common foods and yeast. For adults and children.

Hormone Panel for Males and Females
Using urine, saliva, and/or blood, we assess hormone imbalances.

Lyme Panel
Options beyond the standard Western Blot test. We may also suggest testing for other tick-borne illnesses that can appear as co-infections.

Microbial Organic Acids Urine Test
Offers a comprehensive metabolic snapshot of a patient’s overall health with over 70 markers.

Neurotransmitter Urinary Testing
Accurate measurement of the balance of six neurotransmitters that play key roles in mood, attention disorders, sleep, addiction, hormone imbalances, and more.

Ova and Parasitology Stool Test
This comprehensive profile helps pinpoint the causes of gastrointestinal symptoms and chronic systemic conditions by measuring key markers of digestion, absorption and inflammation.

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
Patients with a diagnosis of IBS or with chronic digestive symptoms including diarrhea, constipation, gas, burping, cramping, or bloating may have SIBO this Lactulose Breath Test may be indicated.

Thyroid Hormone Testing
Through blood testing of TSH, T4, T3, reverse T3, and antibodies.

Urine Toxic Metals
Urine heavy metal testing is used to evaluate exposure to potentially toxic elements and wasting of nutrients.

In-Clinic Testing:

Bioimpedance Analysis (BIA)
Measures hydration status, cellular health, lean and fatty tissue percentage.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropic (HcG)
Urinary pregnancy test.

Sublingual Immunotherapy Testing (SLIT)
An evidence-based, injection-free method to address the underlying causes of seasonal and environmental allergies and to desensitize the immune system to pollens, dander, molds, and other allergens.

Urinalysis (U/A)
Urine chemistry to rule out infection and screen for kidney and bladder conditions.