Health & Wellness

Your Health On Your Terms

Looking to understand your body’s makeup and chemistry better in order to take care of your health on your terms? ARCpoint Labs offers a wide variety of testing options to help you achieve your goals. Select the testing category from the list to learn more.

General Wellness

These tests are designed to give basic information about your health. They can be repeated at regular intervals and used to give your healthcare provider a picture of your health over time. They can also provide a baseline for chronic conditions or reveal previously unknown disorders.

  • Complete Blood Count (CBC)

    The Complete Blood Count (CBC) is a group of tests that evaluate your overall health that is made up of a group of cells within your blood, including red blood cells (RBC’s), white blood cells (WBC’s), platelets (PLTs). These groups of blood cells are used to detect a wide range of disorders, including infections, anemia, bleeding disorders, or leukemia.

    Components included in a complete blood count:

    • White Blood Cells (WBC)
    • Red Blood Cells (RBC)
    • Hemoglobin
    • Hematocrit
    • Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)
    • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH)
    • Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)
    • Red Cell Distribution Width (RDW)
    • Platelet Count
  • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)

    The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel is a broad spectrum test that evaluates your general health. This test will monitor the health of the following organs, kidney and liver. This test will also provide a complete overview of your electrolytes and blood sugar.

    Components included in a comprehensive metabolic panel:

    • Albumin
    • Albumin/Globulin Ratio (calculated)
    • Alkaline Phosphatase
    • ALT
    • AST
    • BUN/Creatinine Ratio (calculated)
    • Calcium
    • Carbon Dioxide
    • Chloride
    • Creatinine with GFR Estimates
    • Globulin (calculated)
    • Glucose
    • Potassium
    • Sodium
    • Total Bilirubin
    • Total Protein
    • Urea Nitrogen
  • Hemoglobin A1C (hbA1C)
    The Hemoglobin A1C Test measures an individual's average blood sugar levels over a span of 2 to 3 months. This test is used to assess diabetes risk and monitor anyone who has already been diagnosed with diabetes.
  • Cholesterol (Lipid) Panel *

    The Cholesterol (Lipid) Panel is a test that measures cholesterol and other fats in the blood. This panel is used to evaluate the cardiovascular risk, including the risk of stroke or heart disease.

    • Cholesterol, Total
    • Triglycerides
    • HDL Cholesterol
    • LDL-Cholesterol (calculated)
    • Cholesterol/HDL Ratio (calculated)
    • Non-HDL Cholesterol (calculated)
  • Workplace & School Clearance Testing (Titers)
    Titers detect the presence of antibodies, which measure your body’s ability to fight off certain pathogens -- most commonly viruses such as Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. QuantiFERON testing evaluates the presence of latent TB infection by a similar methodology. These tests are often required for school, travel, or workplace clearance.
    • Hepatitis A (Ab) lgM
    • Hepatitis B Surface Ab
    • Hepatitis B Surface Ag
    • MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
    • Vericella-Zoster Virus Antibody (lgG)
    • TB Quantiferon Gold
  • ABO group + RH type
    "ABO group and RH type" identify an individual’s blood type. This may be useful in assessing during blood transfusions, when donating blood, or for organ transplant. RH factor may also be useful in pregnancy, to detect Rh incompatibility between mother and fetus.
  • PT/INR *
    A prothrombin time (PT) is a test that is used to detect clotting disorders that may lead to excessive clot formation or bleeding. International normalized ratio (INR) is calculated from a PT result and is used to evaluate how effective the blood thinning medications (anticoagulant) warfarin is in preventing blood clots.
Men's/Women's Health

These tests have been designed to include the most important tests to men and women. They screen for common conditions impacting these groups and have an emphasis on hormones, inflammation, and metabolism.

  • Annual Men's Health Panel

    The Annual Men’s Health Panel is a comprehensive testing panel that evaluates an individual’s blood count, and includes a metabolic panel which includes the liver and kidney function. The test also looks at one’s cholesterol and thyroid health. This panel will contain tests such as the following.

    • Complete Blood Cound (CBC)
    • Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP)
    • Highly Sensitive C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP)
    • Hemoglobin A1C
    • Iron, TIBC
    • Lipid Panel
    • Lipoprotein (a)
    • Thyroid Panel (TSH, Free T3,Free T4)
    • Urinalysis, Complete
    • Vitamin D, 25-OH, Total
  • Annual Women's Health Panel

    The Annual Woman’s Health Panel is a comprehensive testing panel that evaluates an individual’s blood count, metabolic panel, which includes the liver and kidney function, with special attention to those values which are most applicable to women. The test will also look at one’s cholesterol and thyroid health. This panel will contain tests such as the following.

    • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
    • Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP)
    • Highly Sensitive C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP)
    • Hemoglobin A1C
    • Iron, TIBC
    • Lipid Panel
    • Lipoprotein (a)
    • Thyroid Panel (TSH, Free T3,Free T4)
    • Urinalysis, Complete
    • Vitamin D, 25-OH, Total
  • Weight Loss Panel

    The Weight Loss Panel is a group of essential tests that identify any possible inhibitory factors that could create an additional challenge to proper and healthy weight loss. The panel will overview multiple metabolic driven organs, cholesterol health, electrolyte, liver, and kidney health and balance. This panel will contain tests such as the following.

    • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
    • Lipid Panel
    • Thyroid Panel (TSH, Free T3, Free T4)
    • Highly sensitive C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP)
    • Cortisol, Total
  • Free and Total Testosterone

    Testosterone is the main sex hormone in men, but it is also important in women. Free and total testosterone testing measures how much testosterone is being produced and how well/badly it is being used.

  • DHEA-Sulfate

    The DHEA-Sulfate Test evaluates the health of the adrenal gland. DHEA-sulfate is a precursor sex hormone that is present in both men and women. Abnormal levels of DHEA-Sulfate are seen in hormone derived diseases and precocious puberty in children.

  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D (also referred to as calciferol) is an essential vitamin needed for healthy development of muscles, teeth, and bones. Vitamin D also helps regulate the amount of calcium absorbed in the body, plays a role in mood stabilization, and aids in immune function.

  • Healthy Metabolism Panel

    The Healthy Metabolism Panel is an overview of tests that look at your metabolic efficiency, cholesterol, immune system, and cardiovascular health. This panel will contain tests such as the following.

    • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
    • Lipid Panel
    • Thyroid Panel (TSH, Free T3, Free T4)
    • Hemoglobin A1C
    • Highly sensitive C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP)
    • Insulin Fasting
    • Lipoprotein(a)
    • Apoliprotein A-1 (Apo-A)
    • Apoliprotein B (Apo-B)
Sexual Health (STD)

These tests assess current infection status to the most common STDs as well as past exposure and recovery. Collected through blood and/or urine, these tests can be repeated at regular intervals for increased knowledge and safety.

  • STD Standard Panel
    The STD Standard Panel is a panel that looks the most common sexually transmitted infections. This simple blood test can provide a piece of mind at looking a panel of the most common STI’s. This panel will contain tests such as the following.
    • HIV
    • Herpes I (lgG)
    • Herpes II (lgG)
    • Hepatitis B Core Antibody (lgM)
    • Hep. B Surface AB
    • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
  • STD Comprehensive Panel
    The STD Comprehensive Panel is a full panel that looks at the most common sexual transmitted infections. This panel is a combination of a simple blood draw and urine collection. This panel contains tests such as the following.
    • HIV
    • Herpes I (lgG)
    • Herpes II (lgG)
    • Hepatitis B Core Antibody (lgM)
    • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
    • Hep. B Surface AB
    • RPR (Syphilis) * 
    • Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
  • Hepatitis Panel
    The Hepatitis Panel is used to detect inflammation of the liver as a result from viruses, drugs, toxins, and other etiologies. This complete panel will evaluate the health of your liver and help to detect and diagnose hepatitis infections.
    • Hepatitis A Total Antibody
    • Hepatitis B Core Antibody
    • Hepatitis B Surface Antibody
    • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
    • Hepatitis C Antibody
  • Chlamydia
    Chlamydia is one of the most common bacterial sexually transmitted diseases. If Chlamydia is left untreated it can cause serious reproductive and other health complications. Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are usually tested together as they are known co-infections.
  • Gonorrhea
    Gonorrhea is one of the most common bacterial sexually transmitted diseases. Untreated Gonorrhea infections may lead to serious health problems in both men and women. Gonorrhea and Chlamydia are usually tested together as they are known co-infections.
  • HIV
    HIV testing is a cornerstone of STD testing. This blood test returns results quickly and is extremely accurate when exposure has occurred at least four weeks before the test. The HIV test will detect both antigen and antibody.
  • Herpes Simplex Virus I/II
    Herpes Simplex Virus is an infection that can be cause by two types of viruses. HSV type I is commonly known for blisters or “Cold Sores” around the mouth (non-genital). HSV type II is commonly associated with the genital tract region. Despite these trends, both HSV-1 and HSV-2 can affect either the oral or genital areas.
  • Syphilis *
    Syphilis is a bacterial infection usually spread by sexual contact. Syphilis develops in stages, and symptoms vary with each stage, and if left untreated can escalate quickly to larger health concerns/issues.
Cardiac Health

These tests comprise a deeper way to understand your cardiovascular health and risk. With an emphasis on inflammation and lipid balance, these tests can help manage an ongoing condition or reveal previously unknown cardiovascular issues.

  • CardioPro Basic Panel
    The CardioPro Basic Panel is a good baseline test that will evaluate your cardiovascular health and identify any potential disease or possible risk of developing any cardiovascular disease. This panel will include a cholesterol (Lipid) panel, metabolic panel, complete blood count, and additional cardiovascular markers.
    • Cholesterol (Lipid) Panel
    • sd LDL
    • Highly sensitive C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP)
    • Homocysteine
    • Lipoprotein (a)
    • Apoliprotein A-1 (Apo-A)
    • Apoliprotein B (Apo-B)
    • Insulin, Fasting
  • Cardiac Evaluation Panel
    The Cardiac Evaluation Panel is a comprehensive test that evaluates your cardiovascular health and provides a more in-depth insight on any possible risk of developing or potential cardiovascular disease. This panel includes a complete blood count, metabolic panel, cholesterol (Lipid) panel, and additional cardiovascular markers.
    • Complete Blood Count with Differential
    • Complete Metabolic Panel
    • Lipid Panel
    • Highly Sensitive C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP)
    • Insulin Fasting
    • Apolipoprotein A-1 (Apo-A)
    • Apolipoprotein B (Apo-B)
    • sd LDL
    • PLAC (Lp-PLA2)
    • Lipoprotein (a)
    • Homocysteine
  • High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP)
    The High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein is used to assess the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and peripheral vascular disease by measuring levels of cellular inflammation.
  • Lipoprotein A - Lp(a)
    The Lipoprotein (a) Test measures the concentration of lipoprotein (a), which is associated with increased risk of heart and coronary artery disease. Lipoproteins are made of proteins and fat that carry cholesterol throughout the bloodstream.
Digestive Health (GI)

This array of tests is designed to identify common gut problems, such as celiac disease, IBS, intestinal bacterial imbalances, or inefficiencies in the way that food is digested and nutrients absorbed. These are appropriate for those who have a diagnosed digestive condition and those who do not, but suspect an issue.

  • Celiac, IBS, and Crohn’s Array (CICA) Panel
    The CICA Panel is applicable to people with symptoms of IBS. It looks for both the genetic risk of celiac disease, and active celiac disease itself. These genetic and serum markers are also applicable to Crohn’s disease, although diagnosis should always be made in concert with a healthcare provider.
    • Saccharomyces cerevisiae (IgG)
    • Saccharomyces cerevisiae (IgA)
    • HLA-DQ2.5, HLA-DQ8
    • Deaminated Gliadin Peptide Antibody- IgA Isotype
    • Deaminated Gliadin Peptide Antibody- IgG Isotype
  • Celiac Panel
    The Celiac Panel is a test that can identify the difference between celiac disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases. This test can provide insight on, or early detect of, gluten sensitivity.
    • Tissue Transglutaminase (tTG) Antibody (IgA)
    • IgA (Immunoglobulin A)
  • Amylase
    The Amylase Blood Test is used to evaluate the health of the pancreas. Abnormal amylase levels can be seen in pancreatic disorders, such as pancreatitis and it can also be seen in other digestive tract disorders that can alter the amylase levels. This test is usually ordered with the lipase blood test.
  • Lipase
    The Lipase Blood Test is primarily used to monitor or diagnose acute pancreatitis. This test is also used to evaluate other digestive tract disorders. This test is usually ordered with the amylase blood test.
Food Sensitivities & Allergies

This collection of blood tests have the capability of identifying allergies, which cause dangerous reactions and sensitivities which have an ongoing impact on inflammation levels and gut health. Testing allergies by this method, rather than a skin test, allows for testing of a large collection of foods at once, without the potential for a dangerous reaction. On the sensitivity side, a single blood draw can identify several hundred sensitivities at once.

  • 150 Food Sensitivity Panel
    This test that uses a unique method of identification for sensitivities, which are not true allergies but contribute to a variety of ongoing health problems and inflammation. This test will look at an array of foods spanning from meats, fruits, vegetables, legumes, herbs, and more. Click Here To Learn More
  • Complete Food Profile
    The Complete Food Profile will test for a wide array of food and components such as vegetables, meat, seafood, and additives.
  • Inhalant Allergy Panel
    The Inhalant Allergy Panel is a blood test that can help in diagnosing inhalants causing allergies. This test will evaluate the IgE antibody level that is common to environmental allergens. This panel includes 46 of the most common allergens and different types of mites, molds, animal dander, weeds, grasses, insects, trees, and shrubs.
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  • Super Combination Panel (lgE and lgG)
    This combination allergy panel will look at 215 different environmental (IgE) and food allergies (IgE and IgG). This allergy test will evaluate your body’s immediate and delayed allergic response to specific allergens.
Inflammation / Autoimmune

These tests differentiate among a variety of autoimmune disorders, which may manifest in virtually any body system and with a variety of vague symptoms such as fatigue, widespread joint pain, rashes, and other symptoms. These autoimmune disorders are all characterized by levels of systemic inflammation, and can be managed – in coordination with your healthcare provider – by establishing these baseline values.

  • Inflammation Panel
    This panel helps diagnose and monitor any activities of inflammation or infectious conditions. This panel also screens for possible autoimmune or steroid disorders.
    • Highly Sensitive C-Reactive Protein
    • Homocysteine
    • ESR (Sedimentation Rate)
    • ANA
    • Cortisol
  • Fatigue Panel
    The Fatigue Panel is a comprehensive panel that looks at various markers that can contribute either acute or chronic fatigue. The panel includes various tests that span from blood count to metabolic and endocrine test.
    • Complete Blood Count
    • Complete Metabolic Panel
    • Epstein Barr Virus Antibody
    • Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC)
    • Thyroid Panel
    • Urinalysis, Complete
  • Thyroid Panel - Basic
    The Basic Thyroid Panel is a commonly ordered blood test that evaluates how the thyroid gland is functioning and is used in the diagnosis of hyper- and hypothyroidism. It can also suggest important information about the function of other endocrine glands, like the pituitary. The thyroid gland helps regulate the body’s use of energy and keeps the heart, muscles, and other vital organs working properly.
    • TSH
    • T3 Free
    • T4 Free
    • T4 Total
    • T3 Total
  • Thyroid Panel - Comprehensive
    The Thyroid Panel Comprehensive is an elaborate blood test that is used to evaluate and monitor the health of the thyroid gland. This panel can aid in the diagnosing hyper and hypothyroidism as well as other thyroid diseases, and a variety of autoimmune disorders.
    • TSH
    • T3 Free
    • T4 Free
    • T4 Total
    • T3 Total
    • Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPO)
    • Thyroglobulin Antibodies
  • Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)
    The Antinuclear Antibody is a blood test that is used as a screening test to help aid and evaluate a person for autoimmune disorders. These disorders can affect many tissues or organs throughout the body. The ANA test can be coupled with other tests to help in diagnosing specific autoimmune diseases.
  • Cortisol
    Cortisol testing measures the level of cortisol in your blood, saliva, or urine. The cortisol blood test is the most common. Cortisol is a hormone that has many important functions such as immune health, maintaining proper blood sugar and blood pressure levels, regulating metabolism, and the response to stress. When this value is out of range, it may be a sign of a breakdown in any of these systems, long-term stress, or adrenal dysfunction.
  • C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
    The C-Reactive Protein is a blood test that is primarily used when there is inflammation in the body. This test can also be administered when there is suspicious of infections or other medical conditions, which can range from autoimmune disorders to cardiovascular disease.

During the pandemic, it’s important to know your COVID-19 status. These tests help assess current infection, past exposure, and even vaccine response.

  • Antigen
    The COVID Antigen Test is for anyone who may have been exposed or believes they may currently have COVID-19, whether or not they have symptoms.
  • PCR
    The COVID PCR Test is for anyone who wants to know if they currently have COVID-19, whether or not they have symptoms.
  • Antibody
    This test is best for people who believe they’ve been exposed to COVID-19 or had symptoms in past such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms. You must be free of symptoms for at least 7 days before receiving the test. The test is intended to indicate the presence of COVID-19 antibodies, in order to better inform an individual’s personal decisions about returning to work in a high-risk or customer-facing profession.
  • Surrogate Virus Neutralization Test (sVNT)
    The Surrogate Virus Neutralization Test detects circulating neutralizing antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 which blocks the interaction between the receptor viral spike protein with the cell surface.
Infectious Diseases

These tests comprise the most common communicable diseases circulating in our communities. These tests require a blood or respiratory sample and quickly return results to help you protect yourself and others.

  • Lyme/Tick Borne Disease *
    Lyme disease is a common tick-borne disease. This test will identify the pathogen Borrelia burgdorferi, which causes Lyme disease. Traditionally, Lyme disease exists predominantly in the North Eastern region of the United States, but now individuals have been tested and diagnosed across the United States.
  • Influenza (Flu) *
    Influenza (Flu) is a viral infection that attacks the respiratory system (nose, throat, and lungs). There are two main types of influenza (flu) virus: Type A and B. The Influenza A and B virus are routinely spread in people each year and responsible for a significant number of hospitalizations and deaths.
  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) *
    RSV is a common respiratory virus that causes mild, cold-like symptoms. The recovery period is usually one to two weeks, but RSV can be serious in infants and in the older population.
  • Strep Test *
    Strep throat is very common type of sore throat, especially among children, not usually common in adults. Viruses are the common cause of sore throats, but strep throat is an infection of the throat and tonsils and is cause by a bacteria called group A Streptococcus (group A strep).
  • MonkeyPox
    Monkeypox Virus is a type of orthopoxvirus, sharing some characteristics with smallpox. It is endemic to several countries in Africa, but has recently spread to the North America and Europe. This virus is commonly spread by skin-to-skin contact with those are infected or by contact with fabric or other objects, which were touched by an infected person.

DNA testing has become a cornerstone of the way we evaluate genetic risk of diseases, court-related issues, and even the way our bodies process prescription medications. This collection of tests is designed to provide expedient access to this information on an individual or legal level.

  • Paternity (Legal) Testing
    A DNA Paternity Test will compare the child’s DNA profile with that of the possible father to determine if there is a match. If the results are needed for child support or custody, birth certificate, court order, adoption, or for any other legal reasons, a legal paternity test is recommended.
  • Pharmacogenomics (PGX) Test
    Pharmacogenomic testing looks at how an individual can metabolize specific types of medication. Knowing the person's genetic makeup will indicate if you are either a high or low metabolizer of a specific category of medications. This can help providers make important decisions about prescription medication, in the ongoing management of their patients.
  • SneakPeek®
    The SneakPeek® early DNA test is an accurate early gender DNA test. The test can be conducted as early as 8 weeks into pregnancy. The SneakPeek® test looks for the male chromosome in the fetal DNA that is found in the mother’s blood.
  • Proactive Genetic Health Panel
    The Proactive Genetic Health Panel screens for genetic risk factors of both cardiovascular diseases and various forms of cancer. This test will give insight into certain health risks you may or may not have based on genetic variations in your DNA. This panel evaluates risk factors associated with:
    • Various types of cancer
    • Cardiovascular conditions
  • Proactive Cardio Panel
    The Proactive Cardio Risk Panel tests genes related to cardiovascular conditions to determine your risk factors of developing these conditions.
    This panel evaluates risk factors associated with potential conditions such as:
    • Vascular conditions
    • Arrhythmias
    • Cardiomyopathies
    • Genetic forms of high blood pressure and high cholesterol
    • Clotting disorders
    • Additional hereditary cardiovascular conditions
* Some tests may be available with same day results at select locations
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