NeuroHormone Complete Test Kit
Accurately determines specific neurotransmitter and hormone imbalances related to scoliosis.
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- Restrictions: US Residents only
- Results: Detailed report with analysis and suggestions included
- Processing: Please allow 4-6 weeks for results from the processing lab
How does this product work and affect scoliosis?
Hormones and neurotransmitters are both well-known contributing factors to the onset and/or progression of idiopathic scoliosis.1 Neurotransmitters and hormones have significant roles in maintaining the proper neurological function and are involved in thousands of metabolic processes, including postural muscle tone and coordination. Accurate and noninvasive testing for neurotransmitters and hormones, therefore, is essential at determining the extent of imbalances, as well as identifying the most appropriate points of treatment intervention. Salivary hormone testing is a highly reliable and consistent alternative to measure hormones in a non-invasive way.2 Urinary neurotransmitter testing is an easy, noninvasive, and valid way to assess central nervous system activity.3
Questions About Testing
Does the test need to be repeated?
The recommended time frame at which to retest is shown in your report. However, you or your provider may or may not recommend retesting at a different interval depending upon your response to the nutrients.
Will my insurance cover the cost of the tests?
Some major medical insurances (not including Medicare, Medicaid, TriCare, and other Federal insurance plans) may reimburse you for the cost of this test.
1. Burwell RG, Aujla RK, Grevitt MP, Dangerfield PH, Moulton A, Randell TL, Anderson SI. Pathogenesis of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis in girls - a double neuro-osseous theory involving disharmony between two nervous systems, somatic and autonomic expressed in the spine and trunk: possible dependency on sympathetic nervous system and hormones with implications for medical therapy. Scoliosis. 2009 Oct 31;4:24.
2. Gavrilova N, Lindau ST. Salivary sex hormone measurement in a national, population-based study of older adults. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2009 Nov;64 Suppl 1(Suppl 1):i94-105.
3. Marc DT, Ailts JW, Campeau DC, Bull MJ, Olson KL. Neurotransmitters excreted in the urine as biomarkers of nervous system activity: validity and clinical applicability. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2011 Jan;35(3):635-44.