HERE ARE A FEW GENETIC TESTING COMPANIES WE WORK WITH OFTEN.
We believe that genetic testing is an essential part of the path to vibrant health! Here are a few genetic testing companies that we trust.
You must have genetic results from 23andme or ancestry.com to receive one of our HealthCoach7 Genetic Action Plans.
The 23andMe experience is for people who are curious about their DNA. It is not intended to diagnose a disease or predict the risk of developing a disease in the future. 23andMe Carrier Status reports may, in certain cases, contain information that could provide you with valuable information for your patients’ clinical management. At HealthCoach7, 23andme is our main source for genetic testing with our patients. They offer over 700,000 genetic markers in their raw data that we can look at! Visit https://www.23andme.com for more info.
Courtagen Life Sciences
Courtagen is committed to helping physicians, families, and children suffering with neurological disorders. Test results provide your doctor with genetic information to help diagnose disease and guide treatment decisions. Genetic testing can lead to positive changes or, in some cases, major improvements in a child’s quality of life. To get started with your Courtagen Genetic Testing, please click here: https://www.healthcoach7.com/courtagen-intake-form/
Visit http://www.courtagen.com for more information.
AncestryDNA is a cutting edge DNA testing service that utilizes some of the latest autosomal testing technology to revolutionize the way you discover your family history. This service combines advanced DNA science with the world’s largest online family history resource to predict your genetic ethnicity and help you find new family connections. It maps ethnicity going back multiple generations and provides insight into such possibilities as: what region of Europe are my ancestors from, or am I likely to have East Asian heritage? AncestryDNA can also help identify relationships with unknown relatives through a dynamic list of DNA matches. Visit http://www.ancestry.com for more information.