Anti-Aging Profile: Aging is a natural part of life but as technology advances, humans are living longer. Our Anti-Aging profile allows us to help you age optimally and improve the quality of life throughout this process. This panel includes full comprehensive hormonal assessment, nutrient deficiencies and an advanced lipid profile.
Athletic Performance: Check your hormonal and nutrient balances. These factors impact your strength, endurance, mobility and optimal performance.
Autoimmune Profile: Autoimmune diseases such as hypothyroidism are on the rise and can potentially go undiagnosed for years. By assessing your environmental factors, not only can you improve your symptoms but you may be able to reverse the disease completely.
Cancer Screening: This profile allows us to see if your genes are a carrier for a specific type of cancer. Most people see their genes as a predictor of their health, when in reality your body has the capability to turn these genes on or off. You can use this information to see if we need to take extra precautions with your lifestyle habits.
Cardiovascular Risk Profile: Do you have a family history of cardiovascular disease and would you like to assess your risk? With our comprehensive cardiometabolic panel you and your doctor can discover invaluable information to help you take the right preventative actions.
Complete Thyroid Panel: Thyroid disorders and thyroid disease can have a negative impact on just about every area of your life. From weight issues, cold/heat intolerance, constipation to depression and/or anxiety, the thyroid gland is vital to keeping your physical, mental and emotional life in balance. Unfortunately, 1-2 thyroid markers ordered during general check-up are not sufficient to fully assess the thyroid function. We recommend this panel to everyone with symptoms of hypothyroidism but “normal” thyroid labs per their primary care doctor.
Fibromyalgia panel: Fibromyalgia is a syndrome associated with chronic, widespread disabling pain. Symptoms of fibromyalgia include: aching muscles, sore necks, shoulders and backs. Patients sleep poorly and are often stiff when they wake up or after sitting for long periods of time. The intensity and location of the pain and the degree of fatigue may vary from day to day and may become worse with excessive exercise or stress. The etiology is unknown but this diagnostic panel will aid doctors to establish the diagnosis and provide a proper plan for therapy.
Food Sensitivity Profile: Food intolerances can cause the immune system to overreact to a consumed substance by identifying it as an invading organism. These intolerances create a release in chemicals that can directly affect how you feel by affecting the immune, endocrine, and nervous systems. Symptoms may include chronic acne, eczema, skin rashes, chronic runny nose, irritability, bloating, and migraines.
Full Hormonal Profile: Hormones affect many different processes in the body including: reproduction, sexual function, metabolism, growth and development and even mood. Our hormones make up a very delicate system that can be compromised by stress, toxins, food intolerances and more.
Gastrointestinal Profile: This panel is designed for patients with any digestion related conditions from simple bloating to irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis. Trust your gut! Our gut environment profile can help us understand what your gut is trying to say to you. This profile may reveal inflammation, infection, bacterial imbalances, or an insufficiency in something that may be essential to the body. We highly recommend completing this panel with the Food Sensitivity Panel.
Heavy Metals Toxicity Panel: Did you know that there is an effective way to free yourself of chronic aches and pains, feel healthier and more energetic? It’s called detoxification – a process that stimulates your body’s natural ability to cleanse itself. A toxin level panel can help you identify how and where your body is overburdened. This toxic overload prevents your liver from doing what it does best: cleansing. Toxic overload can result in fatigue, stubborn weight, joint paints, compromised immune system and even gut issues.
Libido Profile: A lack of libido is more common in women than men but it significantly affects both sexes. Hormone levels are notorious for wreaking havoc on the sex drive. Whether you’re on the lower or higher end of the age spectrum, a low libido can strike at any year of your life for a whole variety of reasons, including: depression, stress, relationship issues, prescription medications, low testosterone, being overweight, too little exercise and drug or alcohol use.
Nutritional Deficiency Profile: You may understand that nutrition is important and the foods you eat affect your health but what about the effects from the foods you do not eat have on your health? People take vitamins and supplements to feel better and prevent diseases which can be very beneficial but confusing and expensive. It is important to understand which supplements are right for your body, lifestyle, and circumstance, thus enhancing your unique needs are met without wasting money on items that could be unnecessary or potentially harmful for your body.
Metabolic Assessment: The term “metabolic” refers to the biochemical processes involved in the body’s normal functioning. While a properly working metabolism is definitely important for preventing unwanted weight gain, boosting your metabolism is also critical for many other bodily functions related to maintaining general health. Let’s see if you are in need of a metabolic boost!
Stress, Fatigue Profile: Slowly and silently, chronic stress can deteriorate your health by weakening the immune system and even increasing your risk for a heart attack. The harmful effects of chronic stress often go unnoticed until they manifest in mental or physical burnout, compromised health, and disease. Chronic stress can be expressed in depression, anxiety, asthma, GI issues, insomnia, accelerated aging, burnout, diabetes and even heart disease.
Please call us to see if your insurance is qualified for the tests. You are welcome to submit the test results to your doctor or schedule a follow up consultation with Dr. Pavilonis.