The Organic Acids Test (OAT) Is a Diagnostic Tool That Every Healthcare Practitioner Should Know About

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In my own clinical practice, my first priority is to change my patient’s diet and lifestyle behaviors. If additional testing is needed, the results from an Organic Acids Test (OAT) from The Great Plains Laboratory can be helpful to dive deeper into their chronic health disorder.

With exclusive markers for HPHPA and oxalates, our OAT includes 74 markers correlated with many chronic illnesses such as those for:

 The Organic Acids Test is an excellent assessment to use for patients with: 

  • Gastrointestinal Dysbiosis 
  • Inflammation 
  • Mitochondrial Dysfunction 
  • Oxidative Stress 
  • Nutritional Imbalances 
  • Yeast and Bacterial Overgrowth  

Whether you are a family practitioner, internist, neurologist, pediatrician, psychiatrist, or nutritionist, the information from the OAT can be applied to any practice. The OAT provides a comprehensive and accurate snapshot of your patient’s metabolism. If you’re looking for new ways to help patients with difficult-to-diagnose and chronic health disorders, the OAT will be an incredibly valuable tool for your practice. They also provide free consultations with your test results. 

Great Plains Labs is a sponsor of the 2018 Wahls Protocol® Seminar and Retreat. Learn more about the tests they have available here. 

William Shaw, Ph.D., director and founder of The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc., is a biochemist with board-certification in clinical chemistry and toxicology by the American Board of Clinical Chemistry.  Before he founded The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc., Dr. Shaw worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Children’s Mercy Hospital, the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Medicine, and Smith Kline Laboratories.  As an innovative researcher, he is dedicated to understanding the biochemical influences on health and wellness.  He is also the coordinator of an ongoing pilot study of 12 patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) in which several biochemical factors are being evaluated and treated.  Dr. Shaw frequently speaks at conferences worldwide to help educate patients and medical practitioners about how to successfully find and treat underlying contributors to many chronic diseases.

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