Sometimes it is necessary to shed additional light on our health in order to find the solution to the problem we are experiencing. By digging a bit deeper, we can reveal the true culprit of our symptoms so the issue can be resolved once and for all. This approach also eliminates the band-aid solution because sufficient time was not given to properly assess the situation. One of the tools utilized to shed this light is diagnostic testing. This advanced form of testing looks at a variety of functions within the human body to identify abnormalities in one or more its intricate systems. Diagnostic testing requires only one of three things – saliva, urine, or blood – which can uncover a wealth of information to help bring good health back.
At Damron Chiropractic & Wellness, we offer 6 different types of diagnostic testing to help us provide the answers you are looking for:
- Gastro-Intestinal (GI)/Digestive
- Hormonal – Male and Female
Depending on the reason for the visit, performing a diagnostic test may be exactly what Dr. Damron prescribes. The initial consultation may be enough to warrant this next step, but over the course of your visits, symptoms may appear that were masked by something else. Either way, this valuable tool can provide invaluable insight into how the body is functioning, what is contributing to the imbalance, and most importantly, what can be done to correct it. The bottom-line goal is to get back to wellness by giving the body exactly what it needs to thrive.
In addition to the samples of saliva, urine, or blood a simple questionnaire is also included. Questions that help create an overview of daily functions, activities, and experiences. Many times the answer is right in front of us, but we fail to see it simply because of how obvious it really is. Diagnostic testing can also validate our intuition. It can confirm what we have suspected all along. It is amazing how a person’s life can be transformed with the truth. For it is only by knowing the truth that progress can be made.
The next 6 blog posts will look at each type of diagnostic testing to give you a better understanding of their benefits.