Comprehensive laboratory examinations are an indispensable part of assessing health and detecting various diseases at an early stage. These examinations allow a detailed analysis of biological samples, such as blood, urine, or feces, offering valuable information on the functioning of the body and the presence of potential disorders.

Blood analyses

Blood analyses are the foundation of laboratory diagnostics. They make it possible to assess overall health, detect infections, evaluate the functioning of internal organs (e.g., liver, kidneys), as well as identify inflammation and monitor levels of various substances, such as cholesterol, glucose, hormones or chronic disease markers. We also use specialized testing panels to identify the risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, thyroid disorders and others.


Urinalysis is another important diagnostic tool that provides information about the state of the urinary tract and other aspects of general health. Urinalysis can detect infections, assess kidney function, and can also indicate the presence of metabolic diseases such as diabetes.

Fecal analyses

Fecal examinations are crucial in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal problems, and are also of great value in the perspective of assessing the gut microbiota, which, if properly understood, can allow us to understand the causes of many disease states.

Biochemical analyses

Biochemical tests offer a wide range of information on metabolism, electrolyte balance, liver and kidney function, vitamin and mineral levels, which is important for assessing overall health and detecting specific metabolic disorders.

Immunological tests

Immunoassays are used to identify inflammatory, autoimmune conditions and allergies by assessing the presence and concentrations of antibodies and other components of the immune system.

Hormonal testing

Hormone tests are necessary to evaluate the functioning of endocrine glands, including the thyroid, adrenal glands, pituitary gland and gonads, which allows the diagnosis of endocrine disorders.

Genetic and molecular testing

Genetic and molecular testing is gaining importance as part of precision diagnostics, enabling the identification of predispositions to specific diseases, including cancer, genetic diseases, and the tailoring of therapies to a patient's individual genetic characteristics.


Specialized tests, such as the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), assess glucose metabolism and diagnose carbohydrate metabolism disorders, including pre-diabetes and diabetes.

Muscle strength and physical activity analysis

Handshake, gait and fitness analysis


Comprehensive information on risk factors for the development of diseases

Body composition

DXA and bioimpedance


Ocular fundus, autorefractometry, tonometry, OCT


Advanced analysis of biological material

Imaging studies

Ultrasonography (ultrasound) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Respiratory system

Bodypletyzomgraphy and carbon monoxide in exhaled air

Circulatory system

Cardiac echo, ECG, ABI, PWV, Ergospirometry

Dental examinations

Full assessment of the condition of the teeth and oral hygiene