Issues: Lab Testing

Allergy Testing

Undetected allergies are one of the most common causes of unexplained illness.  The first step in effective treatment is to accurately diagnose the offending agents. Two methods of assessment are available at KNC to assess immediate and delayed allergies from... View Article

Amino Acid / Essential Fatty Acid Analysis

Blood or urine samples can be used to evaluate imbalances in amino acid or fatty acid metabolism. Results can provide valuable information about many disorders, including chronic fatigue, learning disabilities, depression, inflammatory disorders, and neurological dysfunction. These tests are also... View Article

Biocellular Assessment (BCA)

Biocellular Assessment is the clinical monitoring of the internal biochemical environment (inner milieu) of the body to gain an in-depth understanding of the elements within an individual patients chemistry. The computerized analysis of blood, urine, and saliva for the factors... View Article

Candida Tests

Candida albicans is a common species of fungus (yeast), that if allowed opportunistically to grow in the human body, has been linked to vaginal, skin, digestive and systemic health problems. Frequent antibiotic, steroid, and hormone use, high sugar intake and... View Article


Cardiovision is a non-invasive test that uses state of the art technology to measure blood vessel elasticity or flexibility. Since normal arteries are supple, flexible, elastic and stretch with each heartbeat, they have a low arterial elasticity index (AEI). Diseased... View Article

Chemistry Panels

A multitude of biochemical compounds are continually produced, secreted, and excreted by the body’s individual tissues and organs. Any one of these compounds can be tested from the blood or urine and the results used to determine the function of... View Article

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

The CBC is one of the most routinely performed laboratory tests. It examines the components of blood, including red and white blood cells and platelets. Shape, size, maturity, and number of these cells are also determined with this exam. It... View Article

Comprehensive Cardiovascular Assessment

Based on the latest achievements in cardiovascular disease (CVD) research, this test measures the most important CVD markers: total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, lipoprotein (a), homocysteine, apolipoprotein A1 and B, fibrinogen, and C-reactive protein. This information helps address abnormalities relating... View Article

Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA)

Through stool analysis by specialty laboratories, the CDSA is used to evaluate the status of the digestive tract. Enzyme production, gut flora, yeast overgrowth, parasite evaluation, gut immune function and blood leakage are only a few parameters measured by this... View Article

Computerized Regulation Thermography (CRT)

Thermography, simply means measuring heat. Even in former times, physicians used the back of their hands to feel particularly hot or cold regions of the patient’s skin and concluded to the health of the organs beneath. Today, we are in... View Article