Lab Tests in South Surrey, BC
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Among the first steps in determining the proper course of therapy for is to check your hormone levels using urine, blood, or saliva tests. Knowing whether hormone levels are within the optimal range, in combination with symptoms, will help optimize treatment. If you are still cycling, testing is best done on day 21. Obtain a complete lab panel to include the following hormones:
a. Fasting Insulin
b. Thyroid: TSH, Free T3, reverse T3 and Free T4
d. Testosterone (Free & Total)
f. Estradiol (E2), and Estrone (E1)
g. DHEA (Sulfate)
h. Vitamin D3 (25 Hydroxy)
j. Fasting Insulin
k. Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)-Men only
l. IGF-1 – indirect measure of Human Growth Hormone
At Mediworks we offer an extensive array of hormone testing options. Contact our office for details
Virtually any test in Endocrinology, Environmental Exposure, Neurotransmitters, Immunology, Gastrointestinal, Anti Aging, Nutritional, Cardiovascular , Metabolic and Cardiovascular is available through Mediaworks.
Used for the early detection of diabetes and the metabolic syndrome. By the time diabetes is diagnosed using conventional laboratory methods, patients may already have significant cardiovascular disease.
ssesses urine metabolites to evaluate four critical areas of metabolism: gastrointestinal function, cellular energy production, neurotransmitter processing, and amino acid-organic acid balance.
The Comprehensive Stool and Digestive Analysis (CSDA) is a panel of laboratory tests specially designed to evaluate intestinal function and digestive capacity as well as intestinal status
This panel analyzes blood for levels of HDL, LDL, lipid fractionation, total cholesterol, ratios, triglycerides, lipoprotein(a), homocysteine, fibrinogen, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein.
Urine toxic and essential elements analysis is an invaluable tool for the assessment of retention of toxic metals in the body and the status of essential nutrient elements.