Lyme Disease Testing
Diagnosing Lyme Disease
Lyme had been very difficult to diagnose much less treat. Some doctors feel the diagnosis is more from symptoms then lab. Others, like us, do rely on labs to make a stronger diagnosis.
If you have Lyme what are the best of the current tests. In our office we will often screen with the following tests.
- CD 57
- HPU/KPU Testing
- SpiroStat Lyme and Co-infection test
- NeuroScience My Lyme ID
We will often run additional tests to uncover underlying metabolic problems to reduce the likelihood of recovery.
- Heavy Metals - provoked urine test
- Hair Analysis - heavy metals and mineral imbalances
- GI Effects - testing for parasites, fungus, yeast, mold, gluten, h. pylori.
- Organix - metabolic pathways
- Co-factors (Vitamins and Minerals)
- Amino Acids
- Fatty Acids
- Neuro-chemistry - brain chemistry
- Food allergies
- Gluten Sensitivity
CD57 Lyme Infection Panel | LabCor - CD57 Panel ordered through LabCor for chronic lyme infection.*
Consultation with Dr. Forrest - Dr. Forrest, MA, MH, DC, is a licensed chiropractor in California. His is available for in-office visits and informational/educational phone/Skype consultations including Zyto Biometric Body Scans. You are welcome to draw on his over 33 years of clinical experience in functional medicine.*(hide)
HPU/KPU Test | Health Diagnostics - Lyme Disease Screening Test - When KPU is correctly diagnosed and the recommended substitution of supplements is included in the treatment of any chronic illness outcome can be dramatically improved*
*The lab can not accept samples from New York state(hide)
Zyto Biometric Body Scan - With the development of ZYTO biocommunication, it is easy to identify your body’s biological preference for things relating to your health.*(hide)
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