Onsite blood draws provide a safe, minimally invasive way to gain important insights about your health and general well-being. At Allhealth Diagnostic & Treatment Center, with two convenient locations in the Midwood and Flatbush neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York, the team offers convenient onsite blood draws to people of all ages. To schedule your appointment, call the office nearest you or book online today.
An onsite blood draw is a preventive screening measure used to keep track of your physical health. Undergoing onsite blood draws on a regular basis allows you to see how your body changes over time. Additionally, it allows you to make informed decisions about your health.
The team at Allhealth Diagnostic & Treatment Center uses onsite blood draws to complement physical exams, to gain patient insights before surgery, and to diagnose acute and chronic illnesses.
At Allhealth Diagnostic & Treatment Center, the team recommends you undergo an onsite blood draw at least once a year, usually at the same time as your physical exam.
They might also recommend an onsite blood draw if you’re experiencing unusual symptoms, if you want to optimize your physical health, or lower your risk of disease and age-related complications.
At Allhealth Diagnostic & Treatment Center, the team offers a variety of onsite blood tests, including:
A CBC is an onsite blood draw that screens for several common disorders including, heart disease, bone marrow problems, and cancer. A CBC determines your blood cell counts. If your levels are too high or too low in a particular area, it may indicate a more serious underlying problem.
A thyroid panel is a type of onsite blood draw that determines how well your thyroid gland is working. The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped organ in your neck, responsible for hormone production. High or low levels of thyroid hormone can indicate an imbalance or chronic condition such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.
A metabolic panel is a type of onsite blood draw used to assess important bodily functions. This type of test measures the levels of blood urea nitrogen, carbon dioxide, calcium, and glucose. Abnormal results may indicate kidney problems, lung problems, or diabetes.
Nutrient tests measure the level of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in your blood. If you eat a poor diet, you’re also more likely to experience a nutrient deficiency. Restoring your nutrient levels to balance can significantly lower your risk of serious health problems.
Only a qualified medical professional, like those at Allhealth Diagnostic & Treatment Center, can determine the type of onsite blood draw that’s right for you.
Following a physical exam, a review of your medical history, and a discussion of your lifestyle and symptoms, your provider can make recommendations that align with your needs.
To schedule an onsite blood draw appointment at Allhealth Diagnostic & Treatment Center, call the office nearest you or book a consultation online today.