Available Testing at COHA

The time you spend reading this could be one of the most important times of your life. Take a few minutes to consider your state of health. We need your input to help you achieve the best health possible and expecially avoid pain, suffering, disability and premature death.

 

We have done thorough research to provide you with the best and most affordable recommendations for detecting health problems at an early stage and treating difficult medical problems that don't respond well to conventional medicine. We probably will recommend some of these tests for you.

 

IV Challenge--Heavy Metal Test, Urine Metal Analysis

 

Screening test for toxic metals in the body.

 

Bone Density

 

Ultrasound of the heel to assess risk for fractures.

 

VCS--Visual Contrast Study

 

Eye test looking for toxicity.

 

ASI--Adrenal Stress Index

 

Adrenal glands help you deal with physical and mental stress. This test tells us if adrenals are overworked or exhausted.

 

CSA--Comprehensive Stool Analysis

 

This test cultures the good and bad bacteria and yeast in the bowel, detecting important imbalances.

 

Elisa 96

 

Blood test for antibodies to 96 foods. This is the most common mechanism to detect sensitivities.

 

Max Pulse

 

3 minute test for cardiovascular screening that can show your risk of heart attack or stroke.

 

Lipid Panel

 

Cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL, LDL.

 

C-Reactive Protein

 

Blood test that measures the amount of C-reactive protein which measures general levels of inflammation in your body.

 

Homocysteine

 

Measures homocysteine. Too much homocysteine in the blood is related to a higher risk of coronary heart disease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease.

 

Thermography of Thyroid or Breast

 

Heat-sensitive pictures that detect inflammation and abnormal circulation patterns. Thermography is a good tool to screen for breast cancer and endocrine disorders such as hypo and hyperthyroidism.

 

EKG--Electrocardiogram

 

Measures the electrical activity of the heart--can detect rhythm problems and signs of insufficient blood flow to the heart.

  

The information on this website is only the opinion of COHA. It is not meant to be medical advice. Before you do anything, you should seek the advice of your personal physician. This is information only. No treatment is proposed, no cure is implied, and no claim is made for the effectiveness of any treatment or test.

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Dr Chappell seeing IV patient