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Labrix Core Modules

Core Training Modules, presented by Labrix co-founders, staff physicians and special guests, are a perfect introduction or refresher course in hormone, HPA axis (adrenals) and neurotransmitter testing and optimization. Learn at your own pace from the comfort of your home or office. Labrix has also included fully researched and clinically applicable handouts for your reference that accompany each presentation.

Hormone Testing Options Compared Handout
When Saliva? When Serum?

Adrenal Function and Dysfunction Handouts
HPA Axis Support Protocol
HPA Axis Stages and Considerations
Adrenal Treatment Guidelines

Melatonin Handout
Melatonin: More Than Just Sleep

Women's Health Handouts
Estrogen Dominance is Really Progesterone Deficiency
Progesterone vs. Progestin

Neurotransmitter Handouts
Neurotransmitter Pathways
Neurotransmitter Support Supplementation Considerations
Neurotransmitter Fact Sheet
Histamine:FAQs

Body Fat and Elevated Androgen Handouts
Hyperandrogenism and Insulin Resistance in Women

Men's Health Handouts
Testosterone: When Saliva? When Serum?
Testosterone Replacement and the Prostate
Enhancing Testosterone Without Testosterone

Testing & Prescribing Handouts
Ideal Dosage Intervals
Transdermal Dosage Guidelines
Topical Bio-Identical Hormone Supplementation Guide
Contamination

Beyond the Basics Handouts
Neurotransmitter Pathways
Neurotransmitter Support Supplementation Considerations
Neurotransmitter Fact Sheet
Histamine:FAQs

*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.