Dr. Jellinek is one of the few physicians offering The Nutrigenomic Test Kit and drug metabolism profile testing in the area. Below are some frequently asked questions from patients regarding the test.

What type of sample is needed?

A simple cheek swab sample is all that is needed for DNA Analysis. The results are encrypted and are only available to Dr. Jellinek and held securely in a private lab. There may be additional testing suggested by Dr. Jellinek on an individual basis including blood tests, urine tests, stool samples or hair samples.

How long do results take to reach your practitioner?

7-14 business days in most cases. Your practitioner will receive an email when your results and report is ready.

Can this test be purchased by consumers online?

No. This test may only be provided through a Genomix Nutrition Approved Practitioner. This is to assure that the practitioner has all the necessary training and education to interpret the nutrigenomic results correctly and provide the patient the best protocol.

Will my insurance cover this test?

Attempts at reimbursement for this test through your insurance company lie solely on the patient. No codes have been issued for Nutrigenomic Testing at this time.

How long will my appointment take?

The minimum appointment time range is between 30 mins. Initial appointments range between 1-3 hours, review of test results range between 2-3 hours and follow up appointments range between 30 min to 1 hour.

Do you offer a Skype appointment?

Yes, we offer appointments via Skype although Dr. Jellinek always prefers to see you in person. Please contact us for more information.

What materials should I have completed before my first appointment?

New Patient To-Do Packet

Are you a new patient? After you schedule an appointment by calling 215-230-7290, please fill out the following forms. Download the forms by clicking here. All forms must be completed and received prior to your appointment. If possible, please include all prior blood tests or studies pertinent to your symptoms.

After you fill out the forms above, send via mail to 3655 Rt 202, Suite 100 Doylestown, PA 18902. HIPAA compliant EMR portal coming soon!

What is the quality system in place for the pharmaceutical grade supplements?

Dr. Jellinek only recommend Physician Designed Pharmaceutical Grade Supplements & Vitamins.

These products meet pharmaceutical standards. This means that when you purchase pharmaceutical grade supplements you can be assured of quality. GMP, or Good Manufacturing Practices, is part of the quality control system that covers the manufacturing and testing of pharmaceutical products. Within this quality system are guidelines that direct aspects of production and testing that can affect the quality of the product. When you purchase pharmaceutical grade supplements you know that if something is listed on the label it IS in the bottle. The manufacturing facility of Neurobiologix is certified for good manufacturing practices (cGMP). Before a formula is released from these manufacturers it must pass testing for purity. This is an added safety measure and a confirmation of quality.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnosis, treat, cure or prevent any disease.