Our state-of-the-art, full-service laboratories specializes in all aspects of podiatric pathology, from the requisition, to our diagnostic reports, practice tools and educational and billing resources. Our team also includes a board-certified cytopathologist to diagnose fine needle aspiration cytology, so commonly seen by the podiatric physician.
Our mission is to provide accurate, clear and prompt diagnoses. Through the development of strong consultative relationships with each of our referring clinicians, together we will provide the best possible care for every patient. Your patient is our patient.
Superior Diagnostics leads to Targeted Treatments & Better Results
Med Labs offers Podiatrists routine blood, molecular, toxicology and specialty biopsy testing solutions with unmatched accuracy and turn-around-time to improve patient care.
Small-fiber neuropathy (SFN) is a disease characterized by diminished nerve fiber density in the epidermis (outer layer) of the skin, resulting in painful symptoms, usually, in the extremities. It may occur either independently or as the result of another disease, such as diabetes or alcohol abuse.
Medical Labs is dedicated to providing diagnostic excellence to the to Podiatry community throughout the US with the highest level of podiatric pathology and dermatopathology services.
BRAF/c-KIT testing for patients diagnosed with metastatic melanomaApproximately one-half of advanced (unresectable or metastatic) melanomas harbor a mutation in the BRAF gene, with V600E being the most common mutation. Targeted therapy with BRAF and MEK inhibitors is associated with significant long-term treatment benefit in patients with BRAF V600-mutated melanoma making molecular testing for BRAF mutations is a priority in determining the course of therapy.
expertise in microbiology
Accurately identify infections, inflammation or diagnose conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout with routine blood tests.
All encompassing clinical and advanced testing menu with dedicated board-certified dermatopathologists
Histopathologic evaluation by H&E stains
Special stains (groups 1 and 2)
Direct and indirect immunofluorescence
Mycology analysis by PAS and/or fungal culture
Dermatologic disease state monitoring