Diabetes - Obesity Testing

Genetics Institute of America currently offers analysis of 56 of the most clinically relevant genomic mutations associated with diabetes and/or obesity. Genetic testing provides patients with the information, education, and most importantly, opportunity to make life-altering decisions.

The Diabetes-Obesity panel is designed for individuals with a personal and/or family history of monogenic diabetes or obesity-related disorders to help establish or confirm a diagnosis, assess risks, and/or guide management. Medical intervention may include lifestyle changes in diet and exercise, hormone replacement, and bariatric surgery. Family members can also be tested to help define their risk.

Genetic testing is the process of taking a sample of a person’s DNA to look for changes that could cause inherited heart disease. Important changes in genes are called pathogenic mutations. The term “pathogenic” means disease-causing.

Genetic testing can be used to:

  • Clarify the diagnosis in a person who has, or is suspected to have, diabetes and/or obesity

  • Identify the cause of diabetes and/or obesity in a family

  • Predict which family members are at-risk to develop diabetes and/or obesity

What We Offer

Experienced Personnel

Your patient's health is your most important asset. You should entrust it only to the best professionals.

Timely Analysis & Reports

Due to our research findings and technology, we are able to provide timely reports of genetic and specialty testing.

Quality and Safety

All scientists and personnel at Genetics Institute of America have been trained thoroughly to assist in any situation.

Immediate Service

Our panels are designed for steady progress, with every phase promptly implemented.

Practice Enrollment

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