“No news is good news”
I don’t just call when you have “abnormal results”
Instead, let me show you:
- All of the the relevant tests to run
- The optimal reference ranges
- What all of the results mean
You’ll walk away with a deeper understanding of your results AND feel more empowered about your health
What blood tests do you recommend?
Your results help pinpoint the direction your treatment recommendations should focus on
The specific tests recommended for you will depend on YOUR case
Download the FREE Blood Tests Guide to learn more about the different options
Frequently Asked Questions
However, I have worked with many patients and their family doctors to coordinate blood work testing.
Some of my patients are able to get their blood work through their family doctors, and others are able to get their blood work through a combination of their family doctors and myself.
Where I differ is that I’m doing a deep dive and looking into whether your blood work is optimal. There’s a big difference between being “not sick” and being optimal.
It’s a pretty simple process of either scheduling an appointment through their booking system or walking in directly and waiting for your turn.
note: the TIMING of these tests on specific days of your menstrual cycle is incredibly important as well!
Yes, I give you a copy of your test results at the time of your appointment when we thoroughly discuss the results. I find it easier for patients when they can visually see the test results line by line.
In addition, I believe that it’s incredibly important for my patients to always have a full copy of their test results for their medical history folder.