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IBS Tests

Clinical Testing

Clinical testing can be very helpful in determining key imbalances in the body and of course help to eliminate guesswork.

Functional tests often used at IBS Clinics include:

Gastroenterology tests
Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA) and Gut Function tests
Candida Saliva testing
Parasite testing
Hydrogen breath testing for SIBO, Lactose, Fructose intolerance

Genetics tests
Gene testing

Nutritional tests
Nutrition Status testing
Spectracell micronutrient testing
Metabolic Syndrome test

Endocrine tests
Adrenal Stress Index test
Thyroid Panel
Female and Male Hormone testing
Labrix salivary hormone and neurotransmitter profiles

Food Reaction tests
Allergy testing (IgE)
Food Intolerance testing IgG
Coeliac screening including HLA gene screen

Immune tests
Microbial infections, Lyme’s disease
Cyrex gluten sensitivity and autoimmune panels
Infectolabs (microbial infections including Lyme’s disease)

Health Risk Profiles
Cardiovascular Assessments
Osteoporosis Profiles
Liver function

This is by no means an exhaustive list, there are many other tests!  Please contact the clinic for more details.

Contact us and find our clinics

IBS Clinics run in Harley Street and Weymouth Street in London and in Maidenhead in Berkshire. As we look after patients from all round the UK and overseas, we also offer phone and Skype consultations and can arrange appointments at times to suit you. To find out how we can help and book your consultation, call 0845 600 6626 or email.

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Success stories and testimonials

“I have been on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet and following it very strictly for 12 days and I am really happy to say that my symptoms have gone! I can’t believe it. I am feeling so much better already. I have more energy than I actually have had in ages. You are the only person in the past 10 years to be able to help me, I am so pleased that I found you.”

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About Tracey Randell and her colleagues

Tracey studied clinical nutrition at BCNH College of Nutrition and Health, where she now lectures: her interest in nutrition was initially sparked by her own IBS and weight issues – both of which resolved during her studies. Her patients appreciate her committedly professional, evidence-based, and empathic approach.

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