Getting a blood test is the single most important preventive tool you can use to help head off health problems.
Get a picture of your overall health. Identify potential disease risks. Test for specific problems with comprehensive blood test panels and individualized tests like these:
- Male and Female Comprehensive Panels
- Cardiac Risk Factors
- Vitamin Deficiencies
- Hormone and Thyroid Panels
- Metabolic and Chemistry Profiles
It’s never been easier to get the blood tests you need.
Contact New England Drug Testing, and learn how to get potentially life-saving information, through your blood test results.
HEART HEALTH: Knowing and lowering your cholesterol is not necessarily enough to stave off heart disease. There are 17 distinct heart disease risk factors identified (many of which are ignored by mainstream medicine) … and blood test assessments are available for them. If you have ever had cardiac concerns, be sure to inquire with New England Blood Testing about heart health blood testing.
BONE HEALTH: Poor bone health can have deadly consequences. Did you know that osteoporosis and fractures are associated with a significant mortality rate? Although bone density scans play an important role in the health of your bones, it’s just not enough. Blood testing can help indicate the health of your bones and if you have any sort of deficiencies that should be addressed.
HORMONES: Anti-aging experts agree the first step for living a long, healthy and happy life is hormone restoration. Many doctors believe that hormones contain the juice of youth. Get blood testing to check your level of hormones.
MEN’S HEALTH: The list of men’s top health concerns includes – heart disease, cancer and erectile dysfunction. Thankfully, most threats to men’s health are largely preventable. Early detection through a blood test is the most aggressive measure that any man can take in his battle against any of these potential health concerns.
WOMEN’S HEALTH: For decades, physicians often neglected women’s health disease – such conditions as heart disease, weight management and hormone depletion in women. In more recent years, the drive for understanding more about women’s health issues is larger then ever. Get on the bandwagon for women’s health and stop in for a blood test as the first step toward preventative care.
VITAMIN IMBALANCE: Vitamin imbalance is often connected to causing or contributing to several health issues. Many experts believe that hair loss, brittle nails, insomnia, rashes, and even fatigue are often associated with nutritional deficiencies. Heart disease, arthritis and irritable bowel disorder can result from long periods of time without proper vitamin intake. Vitamin D deficiency symptoms include constant fatigue, depression and muscle pain.
KIDNEY & LIVER: From regulating blood pressure and electrolyte concentrations, to synthesizing complex molecules, the kidneys and liver are involved in a wide variety of biochemical reactions that promote whole-body homeostasis. Regular blood testing can help to ensure these vital organs are functioning normally.
IMMUNOLOGIC DEFICIENCY: Our bodies’ ability to demonstrate an immune response and defend itself against disease or foreign substances is done through both the innate and adaptive immune system. This layered defense can be compromised as a result of many immunodeficiencies – which can often be identified through blood work.
ALLERGIES: Management of allergies typically involves avoiding specific triggers. However, those triggers must first be identified. An allergy blood test is safe in that the person is not exposed to any allergens during the testing procedure.
HELATH & WELLNESS: Our long-term goal at New England Drug Testing is to offer optimal drug testing services as part of your overall health strategy. The laboratory services we offer are at the forefront of our efforts to help you head off problems or deal with them more effectively.
Massachusetts State Law does not allow these types of blood testing to be performed at any laboratory without a physician present. These tests are not be performed at New England Drug Testing.