Full Laboratory Services in Carmel, IN

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At Health and Wellness of Carmel we perform on-site blood draws for our patients. We are able to send tests to all of the local labs such as Labcorp, Quest, and PathGroup as well as several cutting-edge specialty labs including Genova Diagnostics, Alletess, Functional Genomic Analysis, R.G.C.C., BioCentaur, Vibrant, and ZRT. Our trained lab technicians are always ready to make your experience as painless as possible.

The health of the gastrointestinal tract has a huge impact on the overall health of a person. Stretched out it is about the size of a tennis court and is the site for 70% of your immune system. The gut and brain communicate continually to each other. By using detailed stool analysis the doctors at HWofC can evaluate a patient’s GI health and correct any imbalances. Testing can help determine if there are parasites, candida yeast overgrowth, bacterial infections or overgrowth, pancreatic enzyme deficiency, leaky gut, or inflammation. By looking at the overall window into your microbiome we can make nutritional or dietary recommendations that can transform not just the health of your gut but of your body and brain as well!

Urine testing is another tool we use to assess the health of our patients. In addition to standard testing, we also use urinalysis tests to assess for heavy metal or mold toxicity, as well as nutritional deficits to help determine if a person needs certain supplements to help them heal or achieve optimal health.

Full Laboratory Services FAQ

What type of lab testing can you have performed?

  • Standard blood testing
  • Gastrointestinal testing for parasites, Candida, yeast overgrowth, bacterial infections, pancreatic enzyme deficiency, leaky gut, inflammation, microbiome, and more.
  • Urine testing
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Heavy metal toxicity
  • Mold toxicity
  • And more

How long does it take to get the results of a lab test?

It depends on the type of testing being performed, but most lab results can be returned in about a week to two weeks.

Does blood draw hurt?

Most patients don't experience significant discomfort when giving blood for lab testing. The procedure is very quick, often finished within minutes.

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