We deliver vitamin D tests to you, a convenient, accurate way to measure vitamin D deficiency, allowing you to adjust and feel your best.
Know If Have a Vitamin D Deficiency
A blood test is a fast and easy way to identify whether you are deficient in vitamin D. While a deficiency in this essential vitamin can cause both short and long-term symptoms, it’s easy to correct imbalances in your body.
Our Nurse Comes to You
Our certified nurse comes to your home or office to take blood (a fast process), which we then take back to the lab for testing.
Test Results & Personalized Consultation
Once your blood work is in, we not only talk with you about your results, we can recommend ways to boost your vitamin D intake. You’ll receive a full documentation of your test results along with an explanation and treatment recommendations.
When you know if you have a vitamin D deficiency, you can take steps to supplement this vitamin through diet changes or vitamin supplements and quickly improve your short and long-term health alike.
After the Lab Test: Vitamin D Deficiency Treatment Options
Many health issues can be treated quickly and effectively with our custom IV therapy and vitamin treatments, and some require a more in-depth medical management program, available with our medical director Dr. Abe Malkin.
Who Can Benefit from Vitamin D Testing
Vitamin D deficiency is very common in the US, affecting over 40% of the population. A deficiency in vitamin D can lead to frequent short-term illnesses and long-term chronic diseases. If you are uncertain whether or not you have a deficiency in this vitamin, you can benefit from vitamin D testing.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that your body does not produce on its own. Vitamin D plays a role in many of your body’s systems, particularly in calcium absorption, cell growth and development, immune function, cardiovascular health, metabolic processes, regulating inflammation, and more.
Vitamin D deficiency can contribute to:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Muscle weakness
- Weakened immune system
- Low energy levels
Your body produces vitamin D when you are exposed to sunlight. You can also meet your intake requirements from foods such as fish, dairy, mushrooms, and eggs. Vitamin D supplements are another great way to ensure you are getting the ideal amount of this essential vitamin.
Vitamin D testing is the only way you can be certain whether or not you have a deficiency.
Book Vitamin D Lab Tests Delivered to You
Vitamin D deficiency testing is easy with Drip Hydration. All we need is a blood sample, and we’ll take care of the rest. We come directly to you whether you’re at home, at work, at a hotel, or anywhere else in Los Angeles. Once the results of your test are in, we’ll give you a call for a phone consultation.
Give us a call or book an appointment today!