Genomic Testing

How would you like to know what your body needs to be healthy—without the trial and error?

  • Maybe no doctor has fully addressed your struggles and you’ve hit a wall in your health journey.
  • Maybe inflammation is spinning out of control and interfering with your everyday function and enjoyment.
  • Maybe you have concerns about your family history and want to reduce your risk of chronic illness.

Genomic testing is for you.

Genomic testing is a central tool in precision medicine, allowing us to pinpoint exactly where your body needs targeted support for optimal function.

Genomic testing is often confused with genetic testing, but they are not the same. Whereas genetic testing looks for specific genetic mutations, genomics takes a broader look at how your genes interact and influence metabolic pathways that relate to:

  • Memory Problems
  • Brain Health
  • Cardiovascular Risk
  • Thyroid Response
  • Inflammatory Burden
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Detoxification
  • Mental Wellness
  • Gut Health & IBS
  • Nutrient Requirements
  • Drug Metabolism
  • And More!

Genomics is an important clinical tool because it helps us understand why you might be predisposed to certain conditions and, more importantly, how to reduce your risk.

How Genomic Testing Works

Sample Collection

Sample Collection

Genomic testing requires only a saliva sample or a swab from the inside of your cheek. Your test kit comes with simple instructions to complete at home.

Lab Processing

Lab Processing

The lab requires approximately 6-8 weeks to process your sample. It takes this long because they are evaluating the genetic sequence of millions of DNA segments.

Physician Analysis

Physician Analysis

Dr. Ewald will receive a report from the lab that ranges from 20 to 200 pages, depending on the complexity of your results. She will review this and prioritize a plan based on your greatest health concerns.

Personalized Plan

Personalized Plan

Genomic testing is so incredibly valuable because it informs clinical decisions, allowing precise recommendations for herbs, nutrients, and medications that are specific to you.


Delivering results you can trust.

We partner with a CLIA-certified genomic sequencing lab the relies on the latest technology to provide molecular-level insight based on the most current medical genomic data.

Unlike commercial tests that are available to the general public, our genomic tests are only available through healthcare providers. They provide a more comprehensive and reliable analysis of your genomic profile to guide decisions about your health.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between genetic testing and genomic testing?

Some companies test for rare genetic diseases, like Huntington’s disease or genetic forms of breast cancer (i.e., BRCA). Our genomic tests do not test for any single disease. Instead, our tests highlight gene interactions and provide actionable strategies to optimize genetic function and health.

How is this different from tests I can order on my own?

You may have seen companies that provide DNA tests and health reports to the general public, often related to genealogy or ancestry. These tests are not medically comprehensive, providing only partial information about a small number of genetic variants related to disease risk. When you do genomic testing through a healthcare provider, you can trust that the results will be more thorough, reliable, and relevant.

What does the genomic test report show?

Your genomic test report will include information about hundreds of small variations in your genome, called single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). The technology provides insight into the interplay between multiple SNPs and how they affect your quality of life and health risks. Dr. Ewald will review this report to provide evidence-based recommendations related to your lifestyle, nutrition, supplements, and medications.

How long does it take to get the results?

The turnaround time for the lab to process your test sample is about 6-8 weeks and an additional 1-3 weeks for Dr. Ewald to review the results and craft your personalized plan.

How much does genomic testing cost?

Dr. Ewald will help you choose a genomic test panel to provide information that is most relevant to your health history and goals. Depending on the test panel, prices range from $950 to $1900. These prices include your full report and personalized prevention plan. We also offer easy financing options!

Will I ever need to repeat the test?

No. Unlike blood tests that change over time, your genomic profile will stay the same for life. That means you only need to complete the test once to reap the benefits for a lifetime.

Invest now for lifelong health.

Genomic testing is not cheap, but the results could save you thousands of dollars over time. When you understand your unique genomic profile, you only spend money on supplements that are specific to you and that your body will properly use. This level of precision will save you wasted time and money on unnecessary products, medications, and physician visits as you age with better and more vibrant health!

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