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Screening & Prevention

Rapid Antibody and Antigen Tests
  • Performed by a licensed Naturopathic physician
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only
  • Results are available same day
  • Our team always follows up to date CDC guidelines 
  • $145 per screening
Preventive Immune Boosting Therapies
  • Natural Flu Shot $50
    Engystol is an immunomodulating medication that has been scientifically proven to reduce the duration and severity of symptoms during an acute viral infection. This homeopathic remedy is administered via injection therapy and helps protect against subsequent infections, making it a great preventive therapy.
  • Oxygen-Ozone IV $225
    Ozone therapy is used to prevent illness and to help your body recover quickly by strengthening the immune system. Ozone is medical grade oxygen converted into O3 and is administered intravenously for its therapeutic benefits including decreased brain fog, increased energy, and immune system regulation.
  • Vitamin C IV $175
    Vitamin C is an immune system regulator and increases antioxidants in the body. It is essential to collagen production, immune system activation and metabolism support as well.


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Where can I be tested?

We perform COVID-19 testing at our Scottsdale office on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Wednesdays we are located in Ahwatukee. Our practice is also mobile so we may be able to come to your home or office, depending upon where you are located in the Phoenix area.

What are IgM and IgG Antibodies?

When we get an infection, such as COVID-19, antibodies are produced, which activate the rest of the immune system to attack and clear the virus. IgM is the first antibody to be produced and is a general antibody that can bind to many different types of pathogen. The presence of IgM is an indicator of early infection. IgG is a more specialized antibody that specifically binds to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The presence of IgG is an indicator of later stage infection.

Is the test specific for COVID-19?

The IgG that the test detects is specific to COVID-19, so a positive result would indicate COVID-19 infection. Although the IgM is a more generalized antibody, its presence, combined with IgG and/or the common symptoms of COVID-19, would also indicate infection with the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus. 

Can the test detect asymptomatic patients?

Yes, the test will be able to detect IgM/IgG in asymptomatic people, as they will have an immune response even though they don’t display symptoms.

Can babies and young children be tested?

Yes, there are no issues with testing babies and young children.

What is the antigen test?

Not to be confused with serologic (antibody) tests, antigen tests can detect if a person is currently infected by looking for specific parts of the virus by a nasal swab.