Are Your Patients Getting the Most
Out of Their Blood Test Results?

It is common for practitioners of alternative and complementary medicine to have patients with symptoms such as fatigue, low energy, reduced immunity, unexplained weight gain, digestive disturbances, allergies, anxiety or depression, and hormonal dysfunctions. These are typical symptoms of a disturbance to the normal physiological function within the body.

Because patients with these types of symptoms often present without clinical findings, it is very common for doctors to tell them that their blood test results and physical exam are both normal. It is also very common for the patient to respond by saying, “But I don’t feel so normal.”

For too long we have been led to believe that normal means healthy. Many practitioners use these terms synonymously and consider the normal or healthy state to be the absence of disease, illness or pathology. A normal result on a blood test indicates to many practitioners that the individual is free of disease, but as someone who is more interested in preventative medicine, normal is not a state that I am very interested in.

The standard interpretation of blood chemistry analysis works on the premise that the top 2% of the population and the bottom 2% of the population will have test results that are high and low respectively for any given reference range. The remaining 96% of the population are considered normal. Many of those people who are considered normal in terms of their blood test results don’t feel that way. They have fallen into a gray area of medicine. An area marked not by overt disease and pathology, but by dysfunction in optimal physiology.

Fortunately we have another option. The method of blood chemistry analysis I use gives me a better sense of what is going on in that gray area. It addresses the sub-clinical or metabolic level.

A condition that is still in the sub-clinical or metabolic level is a condition whose signs and symptoms are so mild that they may go unnoticed, or may be considered a minor annoyance by the patient. Yet we know from looking at diseases such as diabetes that the road to a full blown disease is a long one. If, in the case of diabetes, we can recognize a dysfunction in blood sugar regulation, and intervene early on, we have a greater chance of correcting the underlying metabolism or the underlying dysfunction within blood sugar dysregulation. We can create a true state of health and wellness, and return the body to a state of a fully functional physiology. By using a more functionally oriented analysis, our conventional blood tests become more comprehensive by being prognostic and preventative.

Medicine and health care are undergoing a paradigm shift. We are seeing a greater demand from our patients to look at their complex cases from a holistic rather than a reductionistic or mechanistic perspective. In order to do this we have to have diagnostic methods, such as blood chemistry analysis, that focus on physiological function as a marker of health. A functionally oriented approach to blood chemistry analysis uses different reference ranges, which are called optimal reference ranges, for each test on a standard blood chemistry and CBC/hematology panel.

In the conventional system, many of the reference ranges that used to be abnormal are now considered “normal”. For instance, in 1993 MCV, which is a measure of the average size of a red blood cell and can be helpful in uncovering a potential vitamin B12 or folic acid deficiency, had a high normal of 96. Today the high normal reference range is 102. There is no difference between the patient 11 years ago and the patient today except one would be investigated for B12 deficiency and the other would be considered “normal”. The standard reference ranges change from year to year. As the population becomes sicker and sicker the reference range gets wider and wider to keep 96% of the population in the “clinically normal” bracket. The optimal reference ranges I use are tighter than the conventional laboratory reference ranges. If a value is outside the optimal range but within the normal reference range, I know there is some disturbance in normal physiology that is causing this finding.

I also look for patterns between individual tests. The body’s blood chemistry is a profound network of checks and balances, biochemical regulation of function, and important homeostatic mechanisms constantly at work. To analyze only an isolated value or limited set of values is therefore incomplete. Looking at the patterns and trends between the individual tests can provide important clues to the underlying dysfunction and an understanding of the potential cause.

For example, if a patient’s blood glucose is 105 mg/dL or 5.82 mmol/L., this falls within the normal laboratory reference range. In the conventional system the patient would be told that the lab test is normal and that he/she does not have diabetes. This is true, the patient may not have diabetes now, but as functionally-oriented practitioners we are more concerned with preventing disease from occurring. By using an optimal range for blood glucose, a serum glucose of 105 mg/dL or 5.82 mmol/L alerts us to the possibility that this patient’s ability to regulate blood glucose is becoming compromised. Combining this with a thorough history, a diet and symptom analysis, a functionally oriented physical exam, and looking at other values on their chemistry screen we can more accurately determine whether or not the patient is having problems with blood sugar dysregulation. We have the opportunity to deal with the dysfunction long before it manifests in diabetes.

If you are interested in reading more about functionally oriented blood chemistry analysis or want to learn how to incorporate it into your practice, please read on.

Of all the diagnostic methods I have done, and I've studied a lot, this system of blood chemistry analysis is the best and most useful. I get more results and positive patient feedback than ever before. I know the field of diagnosis and wouldn't change it for anything.

As I see it, there are 3 main steps to successful blood chemistry and CBC interpretation.

  1. You need to know both the implications for blood tests that are outside the normal value and the implications of blood tests that fall outside of an optimal range. You spent four years in medical school to learn the former. The latter is what this report is all about. Not the same old thing you’ve heard before but new, innovative and exciting ways to look at your blood chemistries from a functional perspective.
  2. The second step is knowing which tests to order. Wouldn't it be great to know what tests deserve to be on your standard panel, and what tests don't?
  3. The third step is putting all the information together. One of the most important aspects of a functional analysis of blood tests is looking at the patterns that exist between tests and the likely dysfunctions associated with the patterns.

Over the past 6 years I've tried everything when it comes to alternative forms of diagnosis...blood chemistry analysis, symptom analysis, VEGAtesting, muscle testing, reflex testing, nutritional physical assessments, alternative physical exam techniques, Biological Terrain Assessment, Darkfield microscopy, EAV, functional urinalysis, and every type of in-office test you can imagine. I've figured out what is worth focusing attention and on what is not.

For these last 6 years I have been using a system of analysis that is my primary method of obtaining data from regular blood chemistry and CBC panels. I have read all the books, listened to all the tapes, and talked to many of the great interpreters of blood chemistry analysis in this country. I started using their techniques and gradually my diagnostic skills got better. I decided to put all of these tips, tools, and techniques into a book and co-wrote a book on Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis with my friend and colleague Dr. Scott Ferguson called Blood Chemistry and CBC Analysis- Clinical Laboratory Testing from a Functional Perspective. I soon had people begging me to teach them the system I helped develop.

Here are just a few of the things I learned:

Easy ways to improve my clinical outcomes

  • How to get excellent patient results..... By implementing these techniques I was able to effectively address the majority of my patient's chronic health conditions.
  • How to implement new tools and techniques to dramatically improve my clinical outcomes.... Patients were amazed at the information I got from their blood tests.
  • How to get more referrals.... Patients started telling all their friends that I was the doctor who could tell them what their blood tests mean.
  • How to work on those hard to treat cases no one else can work with...This method of analysis made it far easier to assess a broad spectrum of functional disorders.
  • Techniques that helped my practice grow...My successful diagnosis and treatments led to a growing number of satisfied patients.
  • I wanted to make money running labs... I learned techniques that put money in my pocket for a change.

Help getting more from the tests I was already performing

  • Increase my competency with blood chemistry analysis....I was able to speak to my patients with authority when doing reports of findings.
  • Determine nutritional deficiencies in my patients....No more doing expensive outsourced labs. I used the chem screen and CBC as "gateway" testing.
  • Cut the amount of time I spent analyzing my patients' blood tests... Time taken to analyze lab work outside of my regular office hours ate up a lot of my busy day. Using this system put hours back into my day.
  • Make my blood chemistry testing an indispensable screening tool... My blood chemistry analysis finally meant something to me and my patients.
  • Increase the profitability of my practice.... I started charging for time spent analyzing labs, which turned into a very nice way to increase clinic revenue.

3 things I learned about Blood Chemistry and CBC Interpretation

  • An understanding of the implications for blood tests that are outside the normal value and implications of blood tests that fall outside of an optimal range.... I spent four years in medical school to learn the former. The latter is what I spent all those years studying and perfecting into a Functional System of Blood Chemistry Analysis.
  • A knowledge of what tests to order....I learned what tests deserve to be on my standard panel, and what tests didn't.
  • How to put it all together....I got a really great understanding of the patterns that exist between tests and the likely dysfunctions associated with the patterns. I developed tracking charts that made this process easier.

I soon saw ten reasons why I was so happy to have this knowledge:

10. I was becoming a much better diagnostician.

9. I was receiving more positive feedback from my patients.

8. I started to get a reputation for being the doctor who knows what's going on.

7.I cut the amount of time I spent analyzing patients' tests.

6. I was infinitely more confident in the outcome of each case.

5. I was getting more repeat visits from existing patients

4. I was getting more referrals for my services.

3. I was increasing the profitability of my practice.

2. I saw my practice grow as I saw more new patients.

And the number one reason I was so excited to have this knowledge:

1. I was finally able to help more patients!

PLUS

I learned how to turn my regular blood chemistry and CBC/Hematology test into an incredible prognostic marker for dysfunction.

Some other things I learned:

An Introduction to Functional Diagnosis

  • The concept of Functional vs. pathological.... Understanding this opened up a whole new world of health for my patients.
  • "Four Quadrants of Functional Diagnosis".... I learned why I had to use data from all four quadrants when making a functional diagnosis.
  • The three big questions to ask every patient.... My patients were so impressed with how thorough and caring I was.
  • Health is based on a functional hierarchy.... This concept saved me and my patients a lot of time as I was able to quickly hone in on the most important problems first.
  • The best method of approaching the functional analysis.... Paying attention to a few details saved me a whole lot of time.

Gastrointestinal analysis

  • Common elements on a blood test that have functional implications for the GI system.... No other system that I studied taught me how to use a simple blood test to assess my patients' gastrointestinal system.
  • 6 common functional gastrointestinal problems that can be detected with blood tests.... Patients were amazed at how quickly I helped them with their digestive complaints.
  • 5 tests that can help distinguish hypochlorhydria from gastrointestinal inflammation.... This distinction had huge repercussions to my practice and produced dramatic results in my patients' gut disturbances.

Hepatobiliary system

  • 5 common functional hepato-biliary problems that can be detected with blood tests.... My patients were impressed at how effectively I could clean up their complaints of tiredness, poor digestion, headaches, and nausea.
  • How to differentiate problems in the biliary tree from liver problems....I saved time and frustration.
  • 3 tests that will help you identify essential fatty acid deficiency....I gave my patients fast improvement in skin and brain function.

Mineral Analysis

  • 13 common functional problems associated with mineral insufficiencies that can be detected with blood tests.... I could finally identify the underlying cause behind a number of my patients' conditions.
  • The calcium myth- why calcium supplementation may not always be the best course of therapy.... My patients finally had a way of knowing their specific calcium needs.
  • How to assess for nutrient deficiencies: 11 nutrient deficiencies that can be detected on a blood test.... Identifying and reversing nutrient deficiencies was one of the most effective ways to give my patients fast results.
  • How to correct for the ionic calcium value.... Serum calcium became a much more meaningful part of my mineral assessment.
  • Six reasons minerals themselves may not be the problem ....I began to educate my patients on the concepts of proper digestive health and other factors that play a role in mineral absorption.
  • The truth about phosphorous....I learned to identify the specific form for my patients' bone health.
  • The one value that most practitioners leave out in their analysis of iron deficiency....I was one of the few doctors who could easily identify and reverse iron deficiency anemia.
  • 3 minor causes of anemia that you should be aware of....I watched grateful patients regain their energy.
  • How to determine the electrolyte status of your patients using standard blood tests ....I never let chronic dehydration undermine my patients' efforts to improve their health again.

Blood Sugar Dysregulation and Adrenal Analysis

  • The 3 interconnected systems of blood sugar regulation and how to use blood tests to assess each system....My patients were amazed at how much I could tell them about their blood sugar symptoms.
  • 3 ways to differentiate hypoglycemia ....Getting this information early dramatically improved my patients' sense of well-being and went a long way to prevent long-term deterioration.
  • Common elements on a blood test that have implications for blood sugar dysregulation ....this gave me quick and easy confirmation that saved me and my patients time and energy.
  • 6 common functional problems associated with blood sugar dysregulation that can be detected by blood tests.... I was able to identify where on the spectrum of blood sugar dysregulation my patients lay.
  • How to assess for adrenal dysfunction from blood tests.... At last I had a simple gateway test that saved me from having to order expensive out-sourced labs.

Liver Function Testing

  • The best method of assessing the location of liver dysfunction.... I quickly honed in on the likely site of the problem and saved valuable time.
  • 4 lab tests that indicate the presence of oxidative stress in the body.... I reduced my need to order expensive lab tests without checking my blood tests first.
  • 5 tests to help screen for steatosis (fatty liver).... Now I don't wait before treating my patients' fatty liver conditions, as I can identify and intervene in its early stage.
  • How to assess for liver dysfunction before it leads to cellular damage.... Knowing how to do this helped my patients avoid cancer and other degenerative diseases.

Genitourinary Function

  • How to screen for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) long before it manifests clinically.... My male patients were hugely grateful.
  • 5 tests to differentiate kidney dysfunction from kidney disease.... Why wait until it progresses to disease? I learned to Identify and intervene early on and saved my patients a lot of time and effort.
  • 6 factors that contribute to kidney dysfunction.... I was amazed that I knew more than most doctors about identifying, preventing, and reversing kidney damage.

Thyroid Panel

  • The 6 elements on a blood test that you must run in order to get the best method of assessing for thyroid problems.... I was one of the only doctors in my area who thoroughly understood this very common ailment.
  • Considerations before interpreting a thyroid panel....I learned how to cover my bases so I didn't make common mistakes.
  • How to differentiate the location of my patient's thyroid problem....I started looking at the bigger picture and got faster results.
  • Clinical indicators for anterior pituitary involvement in thyroid problems....I got fast results by identifying this under-diagnosed condition.
  • The adrenal/thyroid relationship and why this must be addressed first....Not knowing this lead to many months of frustration to me and my unhappy patients.
  • A key nutrient that plays an essential role in thyroid metabolism (not iodine!) and how to assess for it ....I never let this common nutrient deficiency thwart my and my patients' efforts.
  • Why free levels of thyroid hormone get you a more accurate interpretation ....Knowing which tests to order greatly increased my diagnostic capabilities.
  • The importance of iodine and how to assess for iodine levels in your office ....Don't waste money on other forms of iodine testing. This simple assessment is all you need.

Lipid Panel Assessment and Functional Cardiovascular Assessment

  • Why low cholesterol levels may be more dangerous than elevated levels.... I quickly got a comprehensive grasp of this charged topic.
  • The truth about diet and elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels....I helped my patients successfully navigate through this controversial topic.
  • 6 common functional problems of the cardiovascular system that can be assessed using blood tests.... My patients were impressed with how much I could tell them without subjecting them to expensive and inconvenient testing.

I've learned so much about Blood Chemistry Analysis

I believe in giving my patients the latest diagnostic tools. You can do it too. You can learn:

  • Over 50 individual elements on a Blood Chemistry and CBC/Hematology panel discussed from a functional perspective.... All the tests you are familiar with are discussed.
  • Easy to use icons...spot the functional explanations for quick interpretation.
  • The clinical implications for values that fall outside of the optimal range.... No more telling your patients that their lab work looks "normal".
  • Complete patterns for identifying common metabolic problems.... You will learn how to assess for gastrointestinal dysfunction, liver detoxification problems, oxidative stress, adrenal imbalance, blood sugar dysregulation, thyroid hormone abnormalities etc.
  • Complete instructions on how to put all the information together.... You will learn to look at the patterns that exist between tests and the likely dysfunctions associated with these patterns.
  • The tracking forms you must use in your office.... Using these will make this process easy to implement.
  • The three big questions to ask every patient.... Your patients will be impressed with how thorough and caring you are.
  • Common elements on a blood test that have implications for blood sugar dysregulation....Gives you quick and easy confirmation that can save you and your patients time and energy
  • 3 ways to differentiate hypoglycemia....Getting this information early can dramatically improve a patients' sense of well-being and prevent long-term deterioration.
  • 6 common functional problems associated with blood sugar dysregulation that can be detected by blood tests.... Be able to identify where on the spectrum of blood sugar dysregulation your patients lie.
  • Use the chemistry screen to uncover adrenal insufficiency.... Gives you a simple gateway test that can save you from having to order expensive out-sourced labs.
  • Why low cholesterol levels may be more dangerous than elevated levels.... Be one of the only doctors who has a comprehensive grasp of this charged topic.
  • The truth about diet and elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels....Help your patients successfully navigate through this controversial topic.
  • 6 common functional problems of the cardiovascular system that can be assessed using blood tests.... Your patients will be impressed with how much you can tell them without subjecting them to expensive and inconvenient testing.
  • How to screen for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) long before it manifests clinically.... Your male patients will be hugely grateful.
  • 5 tests to differentiate kidney dysfunction from kidney disease.... Why wait until it progresses to disease. Identify and intervene early and save your patients a lot of time and effort.
  • 6 factors that contribute to kidney dysfunction.... You'll know more than most doctors about identifying, preventing, and reversing kidney damage.
  • The best method of assessing the location of liver dysfunction.... Quickly hone in on the likely site of the problem and save valuable time.
  • 4 lab tests that indicate the presence of oxidative stress in the body.... Don't order expensive lab tests without checking your blood tests first.
  • 5 tests to help screen for steatosis (fatty liver).... Don't wait before treating your patients' fatty liver conditions. identify and intervene in its early stage.
  • How to assess for liver dysfunction before it leads to cellular damage.... Knowing how to do this will help your patients avoid cancer and other degenerative diseases.
  • Common elements on a blood test that have functional implications for the GI system.... No other system will teach you how to use a simple blood test to assess your patients' gastrointestinal system.
  • 6 common functional gastrointestinal problems that can be detected with blood tests.... Patients will be amazed at how quickly you help them with their digestive complaints.
  • 5 common functional hepato-biliary problems that can be detected with blood tests.... Your patients will be impressed at how effectively you can clean up their complaints of tiredness, poor digestion, headaches, and nausea.
  • How to differentiate problems in the biliary tree from liver problems....You will save time and frustration.
  • The calcium myth- why calcium supplementation may not always be the best course of therapy.... Your patients will finally have a way of knowing their specific calcium needs.
  • Use the blood chemistry and CBC/Hematology panel as a way to screen for nutritional deficiencies: 11 nutrient deficiencies can be detected on a blood test.... Identifying and reversing nutrient deficiencies is one of the most effective ways to give your patients fast results.
  • How to correct for the ionic calcium value.... Serum calcium will become a much more meaningful part of your mineral assessment.
  • Six reasons minerals themselves may not be the problem....Educate your patients on the concepts of proper digestive health and other factors that play a role in mineral absorption.
  • 3 minor causes of anemia that you should be aware of....Be one of the most discerning diagnosticians and watch your grateful patients regain their energy.
  • The 6 elements on a blood test that you must run in order to get the best method of assessing for thyroid problems.... Bo one of the only doctors in your area who thoroughly understands this very common ailment.
  • A key nutrient that plays an essential role in thyroid metabolism (not iodine!) and how to assess for it....Don't let this common nutrient deficiency thwart you and your patients' efforts again.
  • 6 inflammatory conditions that can be assessed with blood tests...help sleuth out and treat possible inflammatory conditions before they become truly problematic.
  • How to determine the electrolyte status of your patients using standard blood tests....Never let chronic dehydration undermine your patients' efforts to improve their health again.
  • Learn the normal changes on a chem screen and CBC seen with pregnancy....Help your pregnant patients get the most from their pre-natal blood tests.
  • Considerations before interpreting a thyroid panel....know how to cover your bases so you don't make common mistakes.
  • How to differentiate the location of your patient's thyroid problem....Look at the bigger picture and get your patients' faster results.
  • The adrenal/thyroid relationship and why this must be addressed first....Not knowing this can lead to a frustrated doctor and unhappy patients.
  • Why free levels of thyroid hormone get you a more accurate interpretation....Knowing which tests to order greatly increases your diagnostic capabilities.
  • 5in-office lab tests...learn these and reduce your dependence on expensive out-sourced labs.
  • How to differentiate reactive from metabolic acidosis...Get to the bottom of your patients' pH issues.
  • An essential table for working out the cause of iron deficiency anemia...you will be able to help so many people by getting more from your patients' CBCs.
  • Patterns organized by individual elements on a blood test
  • Patterns organized by specific dysfunctional conditions
  • All the common elements to put on your regular Blood Chemistry Screen
  • All the common elements on a regular CBC/Hematology panel
  • The most common functional conditions associated with high and low readings of specific elements on a blood test.
  • 89 in-depth patterns for the most common functional conditions you will see in practice.
  • A quick reference guide to the clinical abnormalities reported on a stained red cell examination.
  • The clinical explanations behind the different red cell shapes often reported on CBCs.

Here's What Other people Say

“ Blood Chemistry and CBC Analysis is a groundbreaking work. It is excellently written, organized and indexed. More importantly it offers a wealth of practical clinical information on the functional interpretation of these tests. It is literally loaded with invaluable additional related information. A superb “must have” resource book for the integrative practitioner.”
Robert Rose, RN, Digestive Health Specialist
Cascade, Colorado

“Integrating this method of blood chemistry analysis will help identify nutritional and metabolic deficiencies as well as potential organ dysfunction in patients considered “normal” based on conventional laboratory reference ranges."
Alternative Medicine Review 2003;8(3):343
Douglas MacKay, N.D.

"This is a practical system of applying basic medical lab test results into a tool that effectively evaluates the systems of the body that are experiencing duress but have not yet progressed into pathology. I highly recommend it!"
Dennis Hoyer, DC Clinical Faculty, Western States Chiropractic College
Portland, OR

At last a method of analyzing blood chemistry tests that bridges what we learned at medical school and what we see in practice.
Wayne Black, NMD
Phoenix, Arizona

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