At Next Genomix Laboratories, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the best diagnosis lab services available. Not only do we offer accurate and reliable testing, but our team also specializes in skin biopsies, pharmacogenetic testing, and more. No matter what your medical needs are, we can help you take control of your health and future.
How Next Genomix Can Impact Your Health and Future
Punch biopsies are a common type of skin biopsy procedure that is used to diagnose a variety of conditions, including non-melanoma skin cancer, vulvar cancer, and mouth cancer. During a punch biopsy, a medical professional will take a small piece of tissue from the biopsy site using a sharp, circular instrument. The procedure is relatively painless, quick, and leaves minimal scarring.
Pharmacogenomics is the study of how a person’s genetic makeup affects that individual’s response to medications. Our team at Next Genomix Laboratories offers pharmacogenetic testing to help you determine whether the medications you’re currently taking are the right ones for you. We have one of the most comprehensive panels of pharmacogenomics tests, which allows physicians to personalize treatment regimens for individual patients.
Find The Cause of Skin Growths or Constant Pain
If you’re experiencing constant pain or have noticed any skin growths, it’s important to get it checked out. A punch biopsy is the best diagnostic tool for early detection and early treatment of small fiber peripheral neuropathy. Our team at Next Genomix Laboratories offers testing for small fiber peripheral neuropathy so that you can have access to the information you need to make informed decisions about your health.
Your Genes Can Teach You A Lot
Your body contains thousands of genes that we’ve inherited from our parents. Some genes also determine how your body responds to and breaks down medications, which can determine things such as effectiveness, side effects, and more. Pharmacogenetic testing is used to look for variants or changes in your genes that may indicate whether specific medications could be effective for you, or whether they might cause side effects and adverse reactions.