Genetic Testing

Your family history may play an important role in your genetic makeup, but your DNA is unique. When you understand your DNA and how it affects your health, you have valuable information that can help you detect health conditions early, reduce their effects or even prevent them entirely.

Your genetic test results can point you toward optimal health in ways more tailored to you than ever before, letting you make the difference between your DNA and your destiny.

When you and Dr Anna examine your genetic test results along with your family history, lifestyle and other factors, you get a more complete picture of your risk. You can then take steps to modify those risks.

We can work also on a plan of early screenings, watching for symptoms, or starting treatments to positively influence all the conditions we include in our gene test panel. You can also discuss lifestyle changes you can make to improve your health.

When you take these steps, you’ll discover that your DNA does not have to be your destiny. Amid all the health information available today, you’ll have some of the most powerful – knowledge of yourself. The result is a plan for better health, personalized as never before.


  1. Abdominal aneurysm
  2. Alzheimer’s disease
  3. Atrial fibrillation
  4. Brain aneurysm
  5. Breast cancer
  6. Celiac disease
  7. Colon cancer
  8. Crohn’s disease
  9. Deep vein thrombosis
  10. Diabetes, type 2
  11. Glaucoma
  12. Graves’ disease
  13. Heart attack
  14. Hemochromatosis
  15. Lactose intolerance
  16. Lung cancer
  17. Lupus
  18. Macular Degeneration
  19. Melanoma
  20. Multiple sclerosis
  21. Obesity
  22. Osteoarthritis
  23. Prostate cancer
  24. Psoriasis
  25. Restless leg syndrome
  26. Sarcoidosis
  27. Stomach cancer,diffuse


What’s in your DNA? Each of us is born with our own genetic code, a unique set of instructions stored inside the cells of our bodies. These instructions tell our bodies how to function over the course of our lifetimes.

What are genetic markers? Think of genetic risk markers as bits of DNA that vary from person to person. These markers are part of what makes each of us unique. They also reveal patterns in your DNA that relate to certain health conditions.

How do we look at your DNA? Genetic science has come a long way in recent years. Now, genetic tests based on a simple saliva sample can tell you about key points in your genetic code and how they affect your risk of many health conditions.

Is your DNA your destiny? Most of your genes work together with the environment around you, including your behaviors and the influences you are exposed to on a regular basis. That means the choices you make can shape how much your genes affect your health.