Genetic Testing

Genetic testing uses laboratory methods to look at your genes, which are the DNA instructions you inherit from your mother and your father. Genetic tests may be used to identify increased risks of health problems, to choose treatments, or to assess responses to treatments. Many genetic diseases can be detected early, before even symptoms appear. Various infectious diseases can also be detected using the genetic screening. These diseases have necessitated the use of genetic screening in our daily lives.

What does genetic testing involve?

Genetic testing usually involves having a sample of your blood or tissue taken. The sample will contain cells containing your DNA.

It can be tested to find out whether you’re carrying a certain mutation and are at risk of developing a particular genetic condition.

The various genetic screening services conducted by ALPS Wellness are:

Based on the results, the senior medical professional will develop a personalized plan of management in all areas centred with your welbeing, physically and mentally.
Based on the genetic markers that are accordant with:


Management of weight and obesity


Cellular detoxification


Response to exercise and general wellbeing


Susceptibility to physical injuries


Response to nutrition and dietary supplements


Antioxidant capacity

Genetic screening for children will cover conditions and illnesses like:

Genetic Screening for Cardiovascular Diseases. Risk factors for CVD:

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