Comprehensive Wellness Profile

Diagnostic and Functional Medicine Testing

At Salus Integrative Medicine, finding the root cause of a patient’s ailments is of the utmost importance. As we collect the information derived from testing, we design a personalized course of action to achieve overall wellness and optimal health goals.

Functional Medicine Testing:

  • Adrenal Stress Test
  • Amino Acid Profile

    An Amino acid profile is a blood test to assess the levels of these protein building blocks which are needed to build healthy tissues throughout the body, such as hair, muscle, neurotransmitters and immune cells. This is important for people with hair loss, depression, fatigue, and especially useful for vegans and vegetarians to determine if you are getting enough protein. For more information, visit

  • Biotoxin Illness Testing (mold, Lyme, etc)
  • Blood Typing and Secretor Status Collection Kit

    Take the next step in understanding your genetic individuality through cutting-edge DNA analysis. You may already know your blood type, but did you know that some people secrete their blood type antigen into other body fluids such as saliva and tears? Scientists have determined that your secretor status – secretor or non-secretor – plays a profound role in your health. Knowing your secretor type empowers you to further refine your Blood Type Diet and take strategic control of your own wellness and lifestyle choices.

    Our single-use Secretor Status Collection Kit uses the latest in Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping to determine your FUT2 secretor status (secretor, or non-secretor). Simply swipe the cotton swab provided in the test kit along the inside of your cheek, insert the swab into our convenient packaging, let it dry out before putting the swab into the biohazard bag, attach the prepaid label, and send the specimen to our lab. You will receive your secretor status results within 21 business days.

    • Comprehensive Lipid Profile

    • Comprehensive Stool Testing

    • Food Sensitivity Testing (ALCAT)

    • Genetic Testing (MTHF-R, HLADR-Typing, Telomeres, etc)

    • GenoTyping Kit

    Dr. Peter D’Adamo’s home GenoTyping Kit gives you the tools you’ll need – and with the enclosed Easy-Typing Guide, takes you through the steps you’ll need to quickly and easily determine your GenoType. And, most importantly, how you can use this information to lose weight and live a longer, healthier life.

  • Heavy Metal Testing

    We use a special 6 hour urine collection to assess your total body burden of mercury, lead, arsenic and cadmium. This goes beyond a blood test which can only measure current exposure. This is especially useful for those with autoimmune conditions, severe fatigue or neurological symptoms, unexplained symptoms, or environmental exposure. For more information, visit

    • Hormone Testing (Female & Male; Blood, Saliva & Urine)

    • Neurotransmitter Profile

    Urine test that measures neurotransmitter metabolites. This is important for those with sleep problems, depression and other mood disorders. Results can direct treatment with amino acid supplementation to balance neurotransmitters instead of using anti-depressants or anti-anxiety medication. This is also useful to help guide a weaning off medication program. For more information, visit

    • Nutritional Assessment Profile

    This special blood test measures vitamin and mineral levels inside your cells, which is more accurate than routine serum levels. This is an important basic screening for both the prevention and treatment of all medical conditions. For more information, visit

    • Organic Acids 24 Urine

    Urine organic acid testing looks for blockages in your biochemical pathways that tells us if you are functionally deficient in any vitamins. This is the best way to measure vitamins by assessing the function of enzymes. For more information, visit

Routine Laboratory and Imaging:
We work with local laboratories to conduct the following routine tests:

  • Carotid Artery Ultrasound
  • Coronary Calcium Scoring Test
  • CT Scan
  • EKG’s
  • MRI
  • Routine blood, stool and urine tests
  • Ultrasound
  • X-Ray