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Improving Outcomes with Genetic Testing and Consultation


Clinical care based on Genomics can target a specific part of the human genome or take a broader view with more complete sequencing. The decision would be based on whether the patient’s illness is driven by specific gene mutations or a broader, complex interplay between individual mutations. It will also be driven by previous testing outcomes and associated diagnosis.

Our clinic works with a wide variety of testing labs and genetic research universities across the country. Diagnosis is driven by experience with prior patients, interaction with other genetic physicians, counselors, labs and universities.

Typical Conditions addressed with Genetics

Methylation Pathway analysis to help proper metabolic functioning (Nutrigenomics)

  • Fibromyalgia (chronic muscle aches)
  • Brain Fog
  • Chronic fatigue and decreased energy levels
  • Problem with sleep and mood
  • Elevated homocysteine levels
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Issues with heart function

Chromosomal abnormalities and genetic variations

  • History of miscarriages
  • Autism genetic causal analysis
  • Developmental delay causal analysis and potential therapies
  • Down syndrome, Marfan syndrome. FragileX, etc…
  • Family history of cancer, propagation probabilities and therapy effectiveness guidance

Metabolic Genetics

  • Body processing of fats, proteins and carbohydrates

Mitochondrial disorders, genetic drivers and possible medications

  • Diabetes
  • Anemia, Dementia, Hypertension, Neurodevelopmental disorders

Prenatal testing and counseling

  • Family history of inherited disorders
  • Parents of specific ancestry and/or share common ancestry
  • Mother exposed to drugs, toxins or older than 35 years

Consultation Workflow

  • Ensure your insurance covers genomic care and get a referral from your primary care physician.
  • Schedule an appointment, Complete patient questionnaire (Patient and Family history) in our Secure Portal or Policies and Forms section of this web site. We urge you to bring patient’s immediate family that might have an impact on patient’s genetic variations to the appointment.
  • Appointment involves office consultation to review patient / family history, examination of patient, understanding goals and objectives of genomic based treatment. Physician will order test(s) using Cytogenetics, Microarray testing, FISH testing, Xome Protein sequencing, or Whole Genome sequencing depending on patient need and most likely gene location for diagnosis.
  • Tests will involve Blood or Urinary Sample or a Buccal Swab. Tests will need to be pre-authorized by your insurance carrier prior to execution. The clinic will offer a relevant genetic testing kit or provide a referral to the testing facility and suggest the patient schedule an appointment at the blood draw facility.
  • Our clinic will analyze test results and schedule a follow up visit with the patient. We will discuss diagnosis and potential therapies at this follow on visit.
  • Additional follow up visits will be scheduled to make sure that therapy efficacy is still valid and discuss the need for any potential adjustments.