Ever wonder what’s really causing you to feel the way you do? The biochemical fingerprint can help to identify biochemical abnormalities with specialized lab testing. That will help to uncover the reasons you don’t feel well and point the way to fixing the underlying health problems you have.
That’s exactly what Dr. Singer does when he sees you. After a thorough history and physical, he’ll suggest a variety of biochemical tests and nutritient analysis, sometimes from blood, urine or stool samples, that will tell him much more than your standard blood tests ordered by most physicians. This advanced testing and analysis is necessary to find out the underlying causes of why you just don’t feel like you used to.
An example of his method is found in Dr. Singer’s bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Before prescribing hormone replacement, it is important to measure as accurately as possible at least 35 different hormones and their ratios in your body. That can’t be done with blood, only by using a 24 hour urine collection.
Not only does Dr. Singer measure the obvious female and male hormones in your body, he also checks your adrenal, thyroid and pituitary hormones as well. This is quite a detailed biochemical fingerprint and goes a long way toward restoring normal hormonal balance and hence normal physiological body function. The end result is you feel like you used to 10, 20 or even 30 years ago.