Testing & Diagnostics
In addition to blood, saliva and urine testing, we have specific technology and equipment that allows us to dive that much deeper into answering any and all of your health questions.
Also known as an EKG, this test measures the electrical signals in your heart to determine whether you have certain forms of heart disease.
- Fit 3-D
In less than a minute, this machine creates a 360-degree 3D scan of your body that measures body fat percentage, lean muscle mass and more, by specific body parts. It’s often used in conjunction with our weight management programs.
- DEXA scan
A high-precision type of X-ray that measures your bone mineral density and bone loss. If your bone density is lower than normal for your age, it indicates a risk for osteoporosis and bone fractures.
At Resurgence Wellness, we provide a wide variety of testing and diagnostics including:
- Allergy testing
- COVID-19 testing (Virus and antibody testing)
- Calcium scoring
- DNA and Advanced Genetic testing
- Heavy metals testing
- Methylation Panel
- Nutrient deficiency testing
- Pharmacogenetic testing
- Pregnancy testing
- Sleep apnea testing
We test for 175 different allergens. Once we know what, if anything, you’re allergic to, we can begin building up your immunity to the allergens. This is done by treating patients with a small amount of the allergen(s) over a period of time to help diminish their allergic response.
A blood test for people who suffer from high blood pressure or cholesterol. The results show how much calcium is in your bloodstream and how much is being deposited in the blood vessels around your heart. The higher your calcium score, the higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
DNA & Advanced Genetic Analysis
Beyond just your basic DNA or genetic test, we’re able to perform an Advanced Genetic Analysis that uncover things about your ancestry, health risk factors, metabolism and exercise recovery that aren’t shown in a typical genetic test.
Heavy metals testing
Through a group of tests, we can detect and measure specific potentially toxic metals in the blood, urine or, more rarely, in the hair or other body tissue or fluid. We typically test for mercury, cadmium, lead and arsenic. If a high or toxic level is detected, you may be a candidate for chelation therapy an IV treatment which removes the metals from your body.
A test that can determine a folic acid or B12 deficiency which can be easily treated with supplements or IV nutrition infusions. It can also detect a MTHFR gene deficiency, a genetic condition that results from poor metabolism of folate (also called vitamin B9), due to a lack of working enzyme called MTHFR. A MTHFR deficiency can cause a long list of diagnoses that range from anxiety and depression to cardiac issues and cancer. It is treatable by taking a combination of vitamins and supplements that our medical professionals can help with.
Nutrient deficiency testing
Fatigue, pale skin, weakness, hair loss, trouble breathing, unusual hair loss, among other symptoms, can all be signs of a nutrient deficiency. Through a blood test, we can determine what, if any, nutrient deficiencies you have and then create a customized IV to replace the nutrients you’re lacking.
Specific genes in your body are responsible for how your body processes medications. With either a blood or saliva sample, this testing, also called DNA drug sensitivity testing or drug gene testing, looks for changes or variants in these genes that may determine whether a medication could be an effective treatment for you or whether you could have side effects to a specific medication.
Sleep apnea testing
Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. In addition to lifestyle changes, most people with sleep apnea will need to seek treatment that helps keep the airway open during sleep. Currently, the most effective treatment for mild to severe sleep apnea is continuous positive airflow pressure — or CPAP — therapy.
A comprehensive urinalysis is used to determine the endothelial health of your blood vessels. It can also detect if you have bacteria, an infection or damage to your kidneys. Typically thought of something done when you are symptomatic, a urinalysis should also be part of your yearly physical in order to make sure you don’t have protein in your urine which indicates a problem with your kidney function.
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