Wellness

We provide a full range of serum tests through our network of CAP-accredited, CLIA-licensed blood testing facilities. Most tests are processed and reported within 72 hours, giving you quick access to essential information.

Our wellness panels have been developed to provide an accurate, detailed and broad snapshot of the individual patient’s hormonal profile and wellness status. These panels have been formulated to include many of today’s most frequently requested analyses – tests like complete blood counts and complete metabolic panels – along with a multitude of tests that provide extended insight into a patient’s well-being.

A particular feature of the wellness panel is that it provides an assessment of a patient’s hormone levels, which can be a vital part of maintaining a healthy hormone balance and endocrine levels. In addition, many physicians find that this testing is particularly important in patients who are experiencing symptoms such as weight gain, idiopathic pain, muscle loss, insomnia elevated blood glucose, elevated lipids, chronic fatigue, and decreased libido, among others.


Essential Evaluations – Our Wellness Blood Panel includes the foundational serum tests that every clinician requires. These tests include a complete blood panel, which may aid in the evaluation of conditions ranging from anemia to infection to leukemia and beyond, as well as a complete metabolic panel, which measures markers that may be critical for understanding organ function and in screening for conditions such as diabetes.

Important Hormone Markers – Physicians are becoming increasingly aware of the distinct role that specific hormones play in a patient’s well-being. The hormone markers we test may contribute to the identification, diagnosis and treatment of such conditions as:

• Autoimmune disorders
• Cancer
• Diabetes
• Fatigue
• Heart health
• Hormone imbalance
• Infectious disease
• Inflammation
• Muscle loss
• Organ function
• Physiological change
• Sexual dysfunction
• Sleep disorders
• Weight issues and obesity

Vitamin Levels – The vitamin levels we test for may help identify anemia, central nervous system disorders, bone disorders and susceptibility to other conditions. Our panel measures a number of vitamin levels directly – Iron, B12, D and Folate, for example – and it also includes a number of tests that may indirectly help identify vitamin imbalances and related issues.We provide a full range of serum tests through our network of CAP-accredited, CLIA-licensed blood testing facilities. Most tests are processed and reported within 72 hours, giving you quick access to essential information.

Our wellness panels have been developed to provide an accurate, detailed and broad snapshot of the individual patient’s hormonal profile and wellness status. These panels have been formulated to include many of today’s most frequently requested analyses – tests like complete blood counts and complete metabolic panels – along with a multitude of tests that provide extended insight into a patient’s well-being.

A particular feature of the wellness panel is that it provides an assessment of a patient’s hormone levels, which can be a vital part of maintaining a healthy hormone balance and endocrine levels. In addition, many physicians find that this testing is particularly important in patients who are experiencing symptoms such as weight gain, idiopathic pain, muscle loss, insomnia elevated blood glucose, elevated lipids, chronic fatigue, and decreased libido, among others.

Essential Evaluations – Our Wellness Blood Panel includes the foundational serum tests that every clinician requires. These tests include a complete blood panel, which may aid in the evaluation of conditions ranging from anemia to infection to leukemia and beyond, as well as a complete metabolic panel, which measures markers that may be critical for understanding organ function and in screening for conditions such as diabetes.

Important Hormone Markers – Physicians are becoming increasingly aware of the distinct role that specific hormones play in a patient’s well-being. The hormone markers we test may contribute to the identification, diagnosis and treatment of such conditions as:

• Autoimmune disorders

• Cancer

• Diabetes

• Fatigue

• Heart health

• Hormone imbalance

• Infectious disease

• Inflammation

• Muscle loss

• Organ function

• Physiological change

• Sexual dysfunction

• Sleep disorders

• Weight issues and obesity

Vitamin Levels – The vitamin levels we test for may help identify anemia, central nervous system disorders, bone disorders and susceptibility to other conditions. Our panel measures a number of vitamin levels directly – Iron, B12, D and Folate, for example – and it also includes a number of tests that may indirectly help identify vitamin imbalances and related issues.


South East Office

420 20th Street N,

Suite 2200,

Birmingham, AL 35203

Phone. 205-379-1147

North East Office

2009 Mackenzie Way,

Suite 100,

Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Phone. 724-720-9302

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Crosby Taylor
Business Development
Phone Number: 205-379-1147
Email: ctaylor@medallianceus.com