Pharmacogenomic Testing (PGx)

Decreasing Trial and Error Prescribing Through Data

Knowledge is power. DNA Testing takes the guess work out of patient response to their medication plan. Your increased ability to provide data insights will lend to a more educated and optimal treatment plan.

Types of Testing

Mental Health: Over 90+ medications are analyzed including, but not limited to, antidepressants, anti-psychotics, anti-ADHD agents, and anti-anxiety drugs.

Pain Management: 40+ pain management medications are reported in this testing including opioids, muscle relaxants, and NSAIDs.

Cardiovascular: With 30+ medications used in cardiovascular treatments, this testing looks over statins, anti-coagulants, beta blockers, and anti-hypertensives.

Comprehensive PGx Testing: Over 150+ drugs are analyzed in the treatments of chronic or acute pain, cardiovascular health, mental health, infectious diseases, and gastrointestinal treatments.
In this test, all three PGx panels above are included with additional insights for other drug classes including: urological agents, alpha-blockers, and diabetes treatments.

With all of these new ways of pinpointing healthcare, we have made ourselves a resource to providers and patients alike. Our Genetic Advisers interpret and work along side you to discuss the outcomes of each test allowing for…

·          Decrease in polypharmacy and all the associated issues, including patient costs and adverse
events

·           Helps eliminate “trial-and-error” of prescribing by knowing which medications are most likely to
work best for each patient based on their DNA

·          Decreased hospitalizations and ER visits due to medication side effects

·          Saves providers time and improves patient satisfaction and adherence by tailoring the drug
regimen

Health and Wellness DNA testing

Through our subsidiary, Lyfecode Genetics and Consulting, we offer a variety of health and wellness testing. A simple cheek swab can show you the inner workings of your body makeup. Results can show:

·          Protein Utilization

·          Power and endurance Potential,

·          Dietary needs

·          Sleep Duration