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Well Nourished LLC offers several modalities of testing for patients. 

QBTest: ADHD Assessment

1. QBTest Order:

  • At-Home or In-Office Testing: Depending on your preference and convenience, you can choose to undergo the QBTest either at our office or in the comfort of your home. This test will help us assess attention and impulsivity through objective and standardized measures. It is required before any stimulant is prescribed.

2. Review Test Results:

  • Results Delivery: Once the test is completed, we will send the results directly to you via email.

  • Consultation: We will schedule a follow-up appointment to discuss the results in detail. During this session, we will go over the findings from the QBTest, ensuring you understand all aspects of the assessment.

3. Decide Next Steps:

  • Personalized Treatment Plan: Based on the test results and our consultation, we will propose a tailored treatment plan which may include:

    • Prescriptions: Medications tailored to manage your specific symptoms.

    • Supplements: Recommendations for supplements that support cognitive function.

    • Educational Resources: Suggested books and podcasts to help you understand and manage ADHD more effectively.

  • Implementation: We will provide you with a template to help integrate these recommendations into your daily routine.

4. Follow up:

  • In-Person Follow-Up: If a stimulant medication is prescribed, an in-person follow-up visit will be required. This is to ensure the medication’s efficacy and to monitor for any side effects.

  • Ongoing Support: Regular follow-ups will be scheduled to adjust the treatment plan as needed and to provide continuous support and guidance.

QbTest is a market-leading, objective ADHD diagnostic tool designed by Qbtech. Objective data enhances a clinician’s understanding of patient symptoms, providing informed decisions and diagnostic confidence when assessing for ADHD. Since 2000, Qbtech has been focused on a technology-first approach to ADHD assessment; combining both subjective and objective data.

Tempus: Genetic Testing

Psychotropic genetic testing, such as the services provided by Tempus Labs, is a specialized form of genetic testing that focuses on analyzing an individual’s genetic makeup to provide insights into their response to psychotropic medications. This type of testing is designed to help healthcare professionals make more informed decisions when prescribing psychiatric medications, aiming to improve treatment outcomes and reduce the risk of adverse reactions.

Tempus Labs is a company that offers comprehensive genomic sequencing and analysis services, including psychotropic genetic testing. Their services involve the collection of a DNA sample, typically through a simple cheek swab or a blood sample, which is then analyzed to identify specific genetic variants that may influence an individual’s response to psychotropic medications.

By examining certain genes associated with drug metabolism, receptors, transporters, and other factors related to psychiatric medication response, the testing process can provide valuable information about how an individual is likely to metabolize, absorb, and interact with various psychotropic medications. This genetic information can help guide the psychiatric provider in tailoring medication choices and dosages to suit the individual’s genetic profile, increasing the likelihood of a favorable response and minimizing the risk of adverse effects.

The results of any supplemental testing are provided to the psychiatric provider which is incorporated into the clinical decision-making process. This personalized approach aims to optimize treatment outcomes by maximizing the effectiveness of psychiatric medications while reducing the potential for side effects or adverse reactions.

Quest Labs: Blood Testing

Lab work for mental health, also known as psychiatric lab testing, involves the analysis of biological samples to provide additional information about an individual’s mental health status, treatment response, and potential underlying physiological factors contributing to their condition. This type of testing is often used as an adjunct to clinical assessments and can help healthcare professionals make more informed decisions regarding diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring of mental health disorders.

Psychiatric lab work typically involves the collection and analysis of various biological samples, such as blood, urine, or saliva. These samples may be analyzed for specific biomarkers, neurotransmitters, hormones, genetic factors, or other indicators that can provide insights into the individual’s neurochemical balance, metabolic functioning, immune system response, or genetic predispositions.

The specific tests conducted as part of psychiatric lab work can vary depending on the individual’s symptoms, suspected diagnoses, and treatment goals. Some common types of lab tests in the context of mental health include:

  1. Blood tests: These can assess various parameters, such as complete blood count (CBC), blood chemistry (e.g., electrolytes, liver function), hormone levels (e.g., thyroid function, cortisol), and inflammatory markers, to identify potential physiological imbalances or underlying medical conditions.
  2. Drug monitoring: In cases where psychiatric medications are prescribed, drug monitoring tests can measure the levels of the medication or its metabolites in the blood to ensure therapeutic levels, assess compliance, or identify potential interactions or adverse effects.

The results of the lab tests are interpreted in the context of the individual’s overall assessment, symptoms, medical history, and other relevant information. The findings can help guide treatment decisions, personalize interventions, monitor treatment progress, or identify potential contributing factors to the individual’s mental health condition.

It’s important to note that psychiatric lab work is not always necessary for every individual with a mental health concern. The decision to conduct lab tests is made on a case-by-case basis, considering the clinical judgment of the healthcare professional and the specific needs of the individual. The results of psychiatric lab work are typically integrated with other assessment tools and clinical observations to provide a comprehensive understanding of the individual’s mental health and inform their treatment plan.