Diagnostics used at Zabrecky Institute
- Currently the most comprehensive bloodwork available. This includes an in-depth lipid analysis with statin-induced myopathy genotype test, full panel of markers of inflammation, metabolics and prediabetic assessments, genetic testing, and in-depth analysis of liver, kidney, thyroid, muscle and hormone testing.
- Abnormal Cell Proliferation and Methylated Nucleosides Test which shows propensity for development of abnormal cells and allows us to tailor a specific program in support of a patients medications.
- Stool Analysis for identification of parasites, of gut microbiome, identification of gut pathogens, and measurements of digestion, absorption, and inflammation.
- Quantitative EEG is a technique of "brain mapping" which supports diagnoses of PTSD, ADHD/ADD, depression and anxiety, dementias, Traumatic Brain Injuries, autism, addiction, retractable insomnia, tinnitus, and dyslexia, all caused by brain dysrhythmias.
- Intestinal antigenic permeability screening definitive for the diagnoses of Leaky-gut syndrome at gap junctions.
- Urine assay that identifies specific markers that measure for microglial activation in the CNS, presence of neoptorin in diagnosing neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's, autism, Alzheimer's, and Traumatic Brain Injury. Presence of isoprostane, which indicates fatty acid dysfunction and cellular membrane damage in the brain, RNA- and DNA-guanosines, indicators of oxidative stress and damage intracellularly and intranuclearly, and a dedicated panel to determine a patients' rate of aging.
- Urine neurotransmitter assay
- Fatty Acid Analysis for pathologic lipids, peroxisomal Lipid restoration, Kennedy Kroger, John's Hopkins School of Medicine
- Anoscopy/Rectal swab for parasitic microscopy (CLIA Compliant).
- Darkfield microscopy
- Leucocyte: type II hypersensitivity reaction (mostly food allergies)
- Mycotoxin testing(Stocysbothris - black mold)
- Intradermal allergy testing for environmental alllergies