Cardio IQ Lipoprotein Fractionation Ion Mobility $55 (without lipids)
Are you at Risk for a Heart Attack?
The latest technology in Lipid Testing, Particle Size can help uncover hidden risks that other tests may not detect. Providing your doctor with a better understanding of your Cardiovascular Risk and improved treatment options.
High Sensitivity Cardio CRP $35
Helps determine relative risk of cardiovascular disease.
TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) $25
Useful in screening for hyperthyroidism and to evaluate thyroid function, mainly to see if it is underworking or overworking.
T3 Total (Triiodothyronine) $40
Measurements are used to diagnose and monitor treatment of hyperthyroidism.
Free T3 $40
Used to diagnose hyperthyroidism and to clarify thyroid status in the presence of a possible protein binding abnormality.
T4 Total (Thyroxine) $15
Measures the total amount of circulating thyroxine in your blood. Used to diagnose hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.
Free T4 $15
For diagnosis of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. To find out how well your thyroid gland is working.
Routine Urinalysis $10
Dipstick urinalysis measures chemical components of microscopic examination and helps to detect the presence of cells, bacteria, yeast and other formed elements.
PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) $25
Early detection of prostate cancer; recommended annually for men 30 years and over.
PSA Free & Total $50
In men over 50 years with total PSA between 4.0 and 10.0 ng/mL, the percent (%) free PSA gives an estimate of the probability of cancer. In these circumstances the measurement of the % free PSA may aid in avoiding unnecessary biopsies. Elevated levels of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) have been associated with benign and malignant prostatic disorders. Studies indicate that in men 50 years or older measurement of PSA is a useful addition to the digital rectal exam in the early detection of prostate cancer. In addition, PSA decreases to undetectable levels following complete resection of the tumor and may rise again with recurrent disease or persist with residual disease. Thus, PSA levels may be of assistance in the management of prostate cancer patients.
Testosterone Total $55
(suggested baseline age 18 males)
Detects testosterone levels in both men and women. Helps in diagnosing the following: Males; infertility, erectile dysfunction. Females; polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Testosterone Free & Total $100.
The free testosterone can help give more information when total testosterone is low. Both men and women can have health problems because of low or high levels of testosterone. Women with high levels of testosterone may have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). This condition marked by infertility, lack of menstruation, acne, obesity, blood sugar problems, and extra hair growth, especially on the face. You may have this test to find out whether a low sex drive is caused by a low level of testosterone.
Blood Group/Type $15
ABO blood group (A, B, AB, O) and type (+positive or – negative) The importance of knowing your blood type is to prevent the risk of you receiving an incompatible blood type at a time of need, such as during a blood transfusion or during surgery. If two different blood types are mixed, it can lead to a clumping of blood cells that can be potentially fatal.
Past exposure and current infection, many people can live with Hep C for decades with no symptoms.
May be used to look for early signs of ovarian cancer in those at high risk.
Used for monitoring patients for metastatic breast cancer.
A large percentage of patients with G.I. tumors such as pancreatic, liver, gastric and colorectal and some other malignancies have been shown to have elevated CA-19.9 levels. Levels may be useful for monitoring disease activity or predicting relapse following treatment.
(Disclaimer: Cancer Antigen tests are not intended for screening use.)
Healthchek Profile 1 $40.
Includes over 40 blood tests.
Lipid Panel (Coronary Risk)
Total Cholesterol, HDL, Triglycerides, LDL , Cholesterol/HDL Ratio
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
Albumin, Albumin/Globulin ratio, Alkaline Phosphatase, ALT, AST, BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Calcium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Creatinine with GFR , Globulin, Glucose, Potassium, Sodium, Total Bilirubin, Total Protein, Urea Nitrogen
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
WBC, RBC, Hemoglobin, Hematocrit, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW, Platelet Count, MPV/Diff, (Absolute & Percent) – Neutrophils, Basophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, etc.
Healthchek Profile 2 $80.
Includes all the tests in Profile 1 plus the following:
- TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)
- Uric Acid (gout, kidney stones)
- Iron Total (anemia)
- GGT (Liver Function)
Vitamin D Level 25 (OH) $40
Numerous studies have shown that many Americans have low vitamin D levels. Vitamin D has been shown to boost bone health and it may play a role in preventing diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease and other illnesses.
The following statistics are provided by: British Journal of Psychiatry; Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism; Clinical Cancer Research; Journal Neurology; Journal Arthritis Care and Research; American College of Cardiology’s Annual Scientific Session; University of Eastern Finland; JAMA Neurology; The American Journal of Public Health
- People with low levels of vitamin D in their blood were more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with depression than those with higher levels.
- The risk of aggressive prostate cancer was 4 to 5 times greater in men with low vitamin D levels.
- Adults who were moderately deficient in vitamin D had a 53% increased risk of developing dementia, and those severely deficient had a 125% increased risk of dementia compared to those with healthy levels.
- 62% of people with psoriatic arthritis have insufficient levels of vitamin D.
- Those with vitamin D deficiency had a 32% increased risk of coronary artery disease compared to those with normal levels.
- Risk of developing pneumonia is more than 2.5 times greater in people with the lowest vitamin D levels.
- People with vitamin D deficiency were more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia.
- Previous research has found that low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased risk of neuromuscular disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and others.
- People with low levels of vitamin D are more likely to pass away sooner than those with normal levels.