Less than 10 minutes in length, the videos in the Spotlight Series will focus on symptoms, testing solutions and treatment options. These will introduce the busy practitioner to the basic concepts associated with hormone, neurotransmitter and adrenal optimization.
Labrix Director of Clinical Services Robyn Kutka ND discusses common symptoms associated with menopause, and outlines an effective and straightforward testing and treatment approach for female patients.
Labrix Staff Physician Sara Wood ND discusses prostate health, including how to treat and possibly prevent prostate cancer. In this video, Dr. Wood gives tips on prostate support with supplements and lifestyle modifications, and also discusses the use of testosterone in men with a history of prostate cancer.
Labrix' Senior Staff Physician Lylen Ferris, ND discusses the benefits of testing both hormones and neurotransmitters to help treat a variety of common physical and mental health concerns.
Staff physician Krista Anderson-Ross discusses the role of the hormone cortisol and how it relates to stress, symptoms of adrenal imbalance and treatment options, as well as other topics regarding adrenal health.
Staff Physician Robyn Kutka discusses clinical approaches to identifying and treating sexual dysfunction in women as a part of our Labrix Clinical Spotlight Series.
A variety of Labrix produced videos ranging in topics and functions.
Labrix Celebrates Ten Successful Years in Business, September 2014. Founded by Clinicians, for Clinicians to raise the bar on the quality of hormone testing, Labrix leads the pack in terms of quality, turnaround time, customer service and clinical support. Dr Jay Mead and Dr. Erin Lommen are as committed as ever to furthering the field of testing services for integrative medicine. This video affords an intimate look at the two doctors who bring their passion for good medicine and good laboratory science to the hands of thousands of clinicians.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration; these tests are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Content is provided for informational purposes only. The information provided is based on scientific literature and experience of Labrix staff physicians; it is not a recommendation for the treatment of a specific patient. Treating physicians are responsible for determining proper treatment options based upon factors including, but not limited to laboratory analysis, physical exams, symptoms, patient histories, and most importantly, the physician's own judgment.