A Laculose breath test to identify abnormal overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine that is associated with symptoms of IBS and other GI complaints including abdominal bloating, pain and cramping, bowel changes and reflux disease
A general stool test to assess function of both the digestive component (stomach, pancreas) and the elimination components of the gastrointestinal tract. The CDSA can evaluate gut bacteria and it's metabolites and can screen for Candida overgrowth.
A 24 hour urine hormone test that includes estrogens, testosterone and androgens, progesterone and cortisol. The test is typically used to assess hormones in both women and men and help facilitate rebalancing of hormones in many conditions including (but not exclusive) PMS, menopause and andropause in men.
Test for healthy adrenal function and helps in diagnosis of fatigue and insomnia. Salivary cortisol tests correspond nicely to blood cortisols and allows the patient to collect 4 samples at home for diurnal variations (daytime variations of cortisols and adrenal function) of cortisol output.