Present|Biochemical Testing


The body’s overall response to the environment.

What is biochemical testing?
The use of laboratory tools to assist preventive medicine’s assessment of the health status and physiological functions, the diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and tracking of diseases in clinical medicine, etc.

How is biochemical testing conducted?
After blood is drawn by a professional medical examiner, a follow-up analysis will be performed by a certified partnering laboratory. The test results will be analyzed and delivered by a professional medical examiner.


How does this help?
An understanding of the current physical condition, with coordination of a comprehensive clinical health assessment, allows for better health management.