Comprehensive Wellness Panel with CBC
Comprehensive Wellness Panel with CBC
What's being tested?
The Comprehensive Wellness Panel is a customized panel consisting of 10 individual tests. This panel includes a group of 10 of the most common tests:
Complete Blood Count (CBC) With Differential
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP-14)
Ferritin + Iron + Total Iron-binding Capacity (TIBC)
Hemoglobin (Hb) A1c With eAG
Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase (LD / LDH)
Lipid Panel + VLDL + TC/HDL Ratio + LDL/HDL Ratio + CHD Risk
Thyroid-stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Urinalysis, Complete With Microscopic Examination
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy
The Complete Wellness Panel test can provide a clear understanding and direction of why you may be dealing with issues like weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, memory loss, irritable bowel, mood swings, constipation or digestive disorders, cardiovascular complications, kidney disease, and diabetes and pre-diabetic.
For example, we have seen many patients with normal glucose levels however their insulin, triglycerides, and CRP levels are very high outside normal range. This is a strong predictor of Metabolic Syndrome.
By working with Dr. Mosbey, he can guide the patient to implement proper lifestyle changes and supplementation and can correct the root of the problem before any disease state sets in.
What is a Complete Blood Count (CBC)?
The complete blood count (CBC) is a group of tests that evaluate the cells that circulate in blood, including red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), and platelets (PLTs). The CBC can evaluate your overall health and detect a variety of diseases and conditions, such as infections, anemia and leukemia.
Blood cells are produced and mature primarily in the bone marrow and, under normal circumstances, are released into the bloodstream as needed. The three types of cells evaluated by the CBC include:
Red Blood Cells
Red blood cells, also called erythrocytes, are produced in the bone marrow and released into the bloodstream when they mature. They contain hemoglobin, a protein that transports oxygen throughout the body. The typical lifespan of an RBC is 120 days. Thus, the bone marrow must continually produce new RBCs to replace those that age and degrade or are lost through bleeding. A number of conditions can affect the production of new RBCs and/or their lifespan, in addition to those conditions that may result in significant bleeding.
RBCs normally are uniform in size and shape, but their appearance can be affected by a variety of conditions, such as vitamin B12 and folate deficiencies and iron deficiency. An example of a common condition affecting RBCs is anemia, which results from low red blood cell counts and low hemoglobin. Various diseases can lead to anemia, so additional tests are often needed to determine the cause. For more details, see the articles on Red Blood Cell Count, Hemoglobin, and Hematocrit.
White Blood Cells
White blood cells, also called leukocytes, are cells that exist in the blood, the lymphatic system, and tissues and are an important part of the body's natural defense (immune) system. They help protect against infections and also have a role in inflammation, and allergic reactions. There are five different types of WBCs and each has a different function.
They include neutrophils, lymphocytes, basophils, eosinophils, and monocytes.
WBCs are present in the blood at relatively stable numbers. However, these numbers may temporarily shift higher or lower depending on what is going on in the body. For instance, an infection can stimulate your bone marrow to produce a higher number of neutrophils to fight off a bacterial infection. With allergies, there may be an increased number of eosinophils. An increased number of lymphocytes may be produced with a viral infection. In certain diseases, such as leukemia, abnormal (immature or mature) white cells may rapidly multiply. For additional details, see the articles White Blood Cell Count and WBC Differential.
Platelets, also called thrombocytes, are actually tiny cell fragments that circulate in blood and are essential for normal blood clotting. When there is an injury and bleeding begins, platelets help stop bleeding by adhering to the injury site and clumping together to form a temporary plug. They also release chemical signals that attract and promote clumping of additional platelets and eventually become part of a stable blood clot at the site of the injury that remains in place until the injury heals.
If you have a disease or condition that causes low platelets (thrombocytopenia) or dysfunction of platelets, you may be at an increased risk of excessive bleeding and bruising. An excess of platelets (thrombocytosis) can cause excessive clotting.
What Would This Test Cost in a Medical Setting
If you went to your doctor to get all the advanced markers on this CBA, they would bill you and your insurance well over $5000. Due to the high billing level, most doctors will choose not to bill the insurance for fear of having the claim rejected and possibly sparking a practice audit from the insurance company.
If you ask your physician to run this, they will typically just run about half the markers which gives an incomplete analysis.
By partnering with Evexia Diagnostics and Labcorp, we have been able to bring down the costs of these lab markers and offer a fantastic rate for cash paying clients and followers.
Dr. Mosbey's Price with a Patient Functional Health Report is just $144.
The Patient Functional Health Report
What's great about working with Evexia Diagnostics is receiving a Functional Health Report with the Complete Wellness Panel. This is such an easy teaching tool and visual aid that offer the patients and easy-to-read report that ranks imbalances, and provides diagnostic rational and possible causes for those imbalances. As well as provides an evidence-based nutraceutical recommendations specifically targeted to each patient’s unique biochemistry.
What's included in the Functional Health Report
Credible, evidence-based analysis
Peer-reviewed “optimal ranges” along with the standard reference ranges
Personalized Health Improvement Plan with specific product recommendations.
Background details about each lab element tested
Functional Index Report showing the 20 Indices of Functional Health
Blood Test History Report giving a historical view of the last 7 blood tests side by side
Recommended Further Testing
Total Cost: $144
(This test requires a blood draw at Labcorp with no additional fee)