MLG Mold Exposure Test
Is Your Home Making You Sick?
Not sure if your environment is affecting your health? We have designed a free online health test to help you get some answers.
Medical Testing for Mold
Thanks to a newly formed partnership between Mold Test Company and MLG Medical, we are now able to offer a one-of-a-kind medical mold exposure test. Understanding mold in your environment is vital, but unfortunately, it is only half of the story. To get the complete picture requires the correct medical testing reviewed by the correct medical experts. Many standard medical professionals are not specialists in environmental poisoning, this may lead to unnecessary medical testing and a possible misdiagnosis. Our commonsense approach leverages the medical expertise of MLG Medical, integrated with the environmental expertise of Mold Test Company, to identify the mold toxins making you sick. We can give you a solid grasp of how the mold maybe affecting your health, providing you the crucial first steps on your road to recovery.
Mold Exposure Test(Included in Testing)
This medical mold exposure test screens your body for eleven unique mold toxins derived from 40 of the most common toxic mold species. The panel’s results generate an accurate overview of your mold toxin levels to pinpoint which toxins are making you sick. Mold toxins can be absorbed through the skin, inhaled, and consumed, which can make toxin identification difficult. Our testing is conducted using Advanced Mass Spectrometry, this makes it possible to detect lower levels of mold toxins, regardless of how you encountered them. The specimen will be gathered from home through a urine collection. Results will be available 2-3 weeks after the specimen is submitted to the laboratory, with each test including certified lab results.
- STERIGMATOCYSTIN (STG)
- OCHRATOXIN A (OTA)
- AFLATOXIN M1 (AFM1)
- ZEARALENONE (ZEA)
- ENNIATIN B
- RORIDIN E
- VERRUCARIN A
- CHAETOGLOBOSIN A
- MYCOPHENOLIC ACID
Medical Help for Mold Exposure (Included in Testing)
Once the Mold Exposure Test Panel’s results come in, results will be analyzed and delineated to you and your loved ones by one of MLG Medical’s certified epidemiologists. Often referred to as “disease detectives”, epidemiologists analyze data and study patterns to investigate the causes of disease. All our epidemiologists are knowledgeable and committed to studying diseases associated with environmental poisoning. After the epidemiologist explains the results to you and your loved ones, ensuring you fully understand the toxins in your system, the epidemiologist will discuss relevant medical guidance for future steps. The epidemiologists at MLG Medical are a wealth of knowledge for those suffering from mold exposure.
Each of MLG Medical epidemiologists has a strict certification/education background.
- B.S. Biochemistry
- M.P.H Epidemiology
- CARDEA, Basic Microbiology for Infection Perfectionists in Nursing Homes
- CARDEA, A Risk-Based Approach to Infection Prevention in LongTerm Care
- Center for Disease Control (CDC) Completion of Infection Prevention and Control Program
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) IS-00700.b National Incident Management
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) IS-00703.b NIMS Resource Management
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) IS-01200 TERT Team Leader Course
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) IS-00240.b Leadership and Influence
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) IS-00005.a Hazardous Materials
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) IS-00100.c Incident Command System
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) IS-00405 Mass Care/Emergency Assistance Overview · National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors (NORMI) Certified IAQ/Mold Inspector
Mold illness is commonly misdiagnosed due to the variety of symptoms and ailments connected to mold exposure. Fever, pneumonia-like symptoms, heart disease, palpitations, rheumatic disease, asthma respiratory illnesses, sinusitis, cancer, memory loss, cognitive impairment, depression, neurological impairment, vision problems, chronic fatigue, skin irritation, and liver damage are only some of the possible diseases and symptoms linked to mold toxins. Click below to learn more about mold sickness and mold exposure.
Understanding Mold Sickness
If there is one thing we have learned in this line of work, it is that people usually do not realize the severity of mold and mold toxicity until they experience it firsthand. With MLG Medical and Mold Test Company, you have a team of experts at your disposal that not only understands mold and mold toxins, but also understands the suffering and anxiety that mold exposure can bring on. That’s why we created this partnership, to ensure that you can take your health and life back into your own hands. The road to recovery might be a long one, but our mission is to leave this world a better place than we found it, be it one person at a time. Let us be there each step of the way - towards progress. For more information, call us today.
Do You Need A Mold Inspector?
If you need a certified mold inspector, we can help. Mold Test Company has highly qualified environmentalists throughout the united states capable of performing base level and advanced inspections. We are able to tell you the source of your mold problem, health risks, litigation options, and how far the contamination has spread. Contact us and our knowledgeable analysts can help identify the perfect testing fit for your situation.