Blood Testing

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The Full Blood MOT

Three Sixty Rehab are collaborating with one of the countries top performance nutritionalist ‘Ed’ Tooley, who currently provides full blood assessment & nutritional planning for various GB sports teams and athletes.

The Full MOT is our most thorough blood test. This is a fully comprehensive health screen which investigates the whole range of inflammatory markers (including C-RP), deficiencies such as Iron and B12 as well as infection. This test can also be used to detect any underlaying health issues such as thyroid, hormonal dysfunction & cholesterol issues. These are the foundational elements which if not managed will delay or negate any chance of healing at a cellular level.

We advise that anyone suffering from ‘chronic pain’ (experienced for more than 6 months) has a Full Blood MOT as this allows us to check for any underlaying health issues or factors that may slow the body’s healing response.

  1. Inflammatory Conditions: Blood tests can help identify markers of inflammation in the body. These markers may be elevated in conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune disorders, or certain infections that can cause pain or inflammation.
  2. Infection: Blood tests can be useful in detecting infections. If an infection is suspected as the cause of pain or injury, blood tests can help identify the presence of bacteria, viruses, or other pathogens.
  3. Metabolic Disorders: Some metabolic disorders can cause pain or affect the musculoskeletal system. Blood tests can help evaluate the levels of certain substances, such as uric acid (related to gout) or calcium (related to bone disorders), to aid in diagnosis and management.
  4. Systemic Conditions: Certain systemic conditions or diseases can cause pain or injury. Blood tests may be conducted to assess organ function, hormone levels, or specific markers associated with these conditions.

Medication/Supplementation Monitoring: If an individual is taking certain medications for pain management, blood tests can be used to monitor medication levels in the bloodstream and ensure they are within the therapeutic range.


The Intolerance Test

Food intolerances occur when the body has difficulty digesting or processing specific foods. Symptoms may include digestive issues, headaches, skin problems, fatigue, or other systemic reactions. The food intolerance test can help identify the specific foods that trigger these symptoms, providing clarity and guidance on what to avoid in the diet.

The Brunel Intolerance Ig test accurately detects your bodies response to 134 different food types. Not only will it determine whether you are intolerant to specific food types, but it will also specify to what extent this is effecting your body. Each item will be graded on a 0-5 scale, allowing you to sustainably adapt your diet as needed.



The Cell Health & Inflammation Test

Poor cell health and inflammation can manifest in various ways throughout the body.

Discover the power of The Cell Health & Inflammation Blood Test, shedding light on the fatty acid composition that influences your overall well-being, including cell function and inflammation. By analyzing the types of fats present in your blood, this test provides valuable insights into your cellular health. Omega-3 fats, found in foods like fatty fish and flaxseeds, contribute to optimal cell structure, nutrient transport and communication. Omega-6 fats, present in vegetable oils and nuts, require a balanced ratio with omega-3 fats to prevent excessive inflammation. Meanwhile, omega-9 fats support cell membrane integrity, nutrient uptake, and reducing inflammation-related damage. Maintaining this delicate balance is key to promoting healthy cells and reducing the risk of inflammation-related conditions. Empower yourself with knowledge to optimize your cellular well-being.

Some common symptoms that may indicate compromised cell health and increased inflammation:

  1. Weakened Immune System: Poor cell health and increased inflammation can weaken the immune system, making individuals more susceptible to infections, slow wound healing, or frequent illness.

  2. Chronic Pain: Ongoing, persistent pain in various parts of the body, such as headaches, back pain, or muscle aches, can be associated with increased inflammation and impaired cellular health.

  3. Joint Pain and Stiffness: Inflammation can affect the joints, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. Conditions such as arthritis or autoimmune disorders often involve inflammatory processes that impact joint health.

  4. Digestive Issues: Chronic inflammation in the digestive system can result in symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, or constipation. Inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis are examples of conditions associated with gut inflammation.

  5. Fatigue: Persistent fatigue or low energy levels can be a sign of underlying inflammation and cellular dysfunction. Inflammation can disrupt normal cellular processes and energy production, leading to feelings of fatigue or weakness.

  6. Mood Disorders: Inflammation can impact brain function and contribute to mood disorders like depression or anxiety. Individuals experiencing chronic inflammation may be more susceptible to mood changes, irritability, or cognitive difficulties.

  7. Weight Gain or Difficulty Losing Weight: Chronic inflammation can interfere with metabolic processes and hormonal balance, potentially leading to weight gain or difficulty in losing weight despite efforts to maintain a healthy diet and exercise routine.

  8. Skin Problems: Inflammation can manifest on the skin, leading to issues such as redness, swelling, rashes, acne, or eczema. Conditions like psoriasis or dermatitis often involve inflammatory responses affecting the skin.


Individually Tailored Blood Tests

We are pleased to introduce our exclusive “Build Your Own” at-home blood testing kit, designed to offer flexibility and convenience for our clients. Whether you wish to re-test after an initial Full Blood MOT or require a specific blood test, this kit provides you with the option to customize your testing needs.

For individuals experiencing prolonged pain or injury lasting more than 3 months, we highly recommend our inflammation (CRP) test. By assessing inflammation levels in your body, we gain valuable insights into its healing capacity.

If the specific test you require is not listed, we encourage you to contact us directly. Our Full Blood MOT may cover the additional tests you need, ensuring a comprehensive evaluation of your health.

For further details on our extensive range of blood testing services, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Your well-being is our top priority, and we are here to support you on your journey to optimal health.

(Prices starting from £65)