Traditional health care tests give us great information but often not the entire picture. At Phoenix, we use the latest in functional medicine testing to give you information that fills in those gaps, allowing us to create a program for you that will get results.
Since testing fees are charged in addition to your membership fees, we’ll help you decide which tests will be most valuable for you based on your health goals and your budget.
Healing for the Whole Body
Find the reason.
Relying on our specialized knowledge and understanding of your health, we’ll advise on which tests you should take, all with the end goal of identifying and addressing the root cause of your health problems.
Types of Tests
We provide a number of tests to help identify your biochemistry and toxin levels. Testing charges occur outside of your PLM membership fees.
- Hormones Comprehensive Profile
- Hormones Comprehensive Plus Profile
- DnaPower Genetic Testing
- DNA Methylation Pathway Profile
- Metals Hair test
- Nutritional, Environmental, and Metabolic Assessments
- Stool Tests
- Food Allergies
- Metals Testing
- Hormone Testing
- Combo and Test Panels
- Digestive function
- Energy production and metabolism
- Food sensitivities and intolerances
- Gut microbiome
- Hormone levels
- Neurotransmitter levels
You have options for testing
At Home — for most functional medicine testing
Local Lab — blood draw for Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis
We help make testing affordable.
Advanced testing is an additional cost on top of your PLM membership. But don’t worry, we’ll help you decide which tests are right for your needs and which fit your budget. We achieve this by…
Keeping you informed
We’ll keep you informed about why these tests are important and how they can help you create an improved lifestyle.
Working within your budget
Advanced testing is optional. We’ll talk with you about your different testing options that fall within your budget, and we’ll only move forward with testing if you give us the OK.
Discussing insurance coverage
Unfortunately, insurance doesn’t currently cover our testing.