Order Lab Testing Online Nationwide: Vitamin Deficiency, Food Sensitivity, Hormone Imbalance, & General Health

Rise Total Health combines Functional & Traditional Medicine, taking a total-body approach, combining nutrition, life, and modern medical testing. We give you access to convenient, affordable, and accurate blood testing near you - Online.

We work with Quest Diagnostics, one of the largest lab testing companies in the country. Quest Diagnostics labs are certified by CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) and run their testing on either FDA or LDT approved equipment.

Rise Total Health wants to create experiences that inspire patients to pursue a healthier way of living through medical testing – Empowering all to live a happy, enjoyable life, and to reach their full potential.

We want to give you the tools to achieve your goals, whatever they are, and to live your best life.

Our prices are 100% inclusive.

You will not be charged anything else in order to have the lab testing performed and receive your results.

These are the same tests and the same labs you get when you go through your doctor and health insurance, however with Rise Total Health, the doctor's order is included in your cash price. No health insurance needed or used.

Quest Diagnostics are our laboratory vendors. Rise Total Health is independent of these organizations - we pay them for the lab services provided to our patients. Using Quest Diagnostics provides us with approximately 2,200 patient locations and dozens of clinical laboratories throughout the USA.

While appointments are not necessary, we encourage you to make one in order to avoid unpredictable wait times at Quest locations.


These locations service millions of patients per month, many of whom are fasting. We suggest making an appointment, especially for the mornings.

You can find the hours of your local Quest location by clicking the marker in our interactive map below.

This map shows all Quest Diagnostics labs near your current location. Click on the red marker for hours and an option to open directions.

While it is not required to make an appointment, we encourage you to do so, especially if you're fasting.

Also, it's not required to print a copy of your requisition form, but sometimes it can help avoid confusion at the patient service center.

Quest Diagnostics are CLIA and FDA approved laboratories.

These packages provide an assessment of overall health using tests often ordered at an annual wellness visit.

  • Screening for diabetes
  • Assessing risk for heart disease
  • Assessing testosterone and other hormone levels
  • Evaluating thyroid function
  • Evaluating cancer markers such as PSA and CEA
  • Assessing vitamin levels

Regular screening tests can help identify health concerns before they become severe. Earlier diagnosis and treatment leads to better outcomes and quality of life for many conditions.


1) Purchase Tests

  • Choose the test you want and fill out the form below.
  • Pay by credit card - You may use your FSA/HSA Card as well!
  • You pay directly and we do not bill your insurance.
  • Use your FSA/HSA dollars to cover you blood test order. You could get up to 70% reimbursed.
    • How does the FSA/HSA reimbursement work? - After your visit, we can print or email you a receipt. Then, submit that receipt to your insurance company.

2) Visit a Lab

  • After purchasing your medical testing, you will receive an email with your lab requisition. Bring this form to your local Quest Diagnostics Laboratory.
  • Find your Lab Location.
  • No appointment is needed, but we highly suggest making one to minimize your wait time.

3) Get Results

  • We’ll call you when your results are ready. You can schedule an in-office or virtual session to review your results with our Wellness Specialist.
  • *Certain result values may prompt a phone call from our ordering provider to ensure the patient is aware of their result.

- Basic Testosterone Test-

Testosterone, Total and Free; Measures the total level of testosterone, including the small portion circulating freely in the body.

The majority of testosterone that our bodies produce are bound two proteins: sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) and albumin. The very little (2%) free and unbound testosterone is circulating in the bloodstream and ready to be used by the system on demand.

Total testosterone test measures free testosterone plus the amount of hormone bound to the proteins albumin and (SHBG). Free and albumin-bound hormone are "bioavailable" and thus active in the body.

Free testosterone enables cell functionality.

Free hormone is responsible for numerous functions including the development of male features, muscle mass - IE, cell function in bones and muscles.

It is important to measure the levels of total and free testosterone since the free levels shows proper functions carried on by these unbound hormones.

Estradiol; Measures the level of estradiol with increased sensitivity for men and post-menopausal women. One of the “three” estrogen hormones, but plays a complex role in the male reproductive system; an example is the production of sperm.

Complete Blood Count; (CBC) with Differential (DIFF/PLT) — Measures red and white blood cells, hematocrit, hemoglobin (H&H) and platelets. Indicator for anemia, infection and leukemia.

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel 16; (CMP16) — CMP blood test measures levels of 16 individual components to assess overall health. This checkup includes tests for aspartate aminotransferase (AST) test - liver damage indicators + Alanine aminotransferase (ALT), which show us signs of liver damage, such as jaundice (yellow skin/eyes).

Follical Stimulating Hormone (FSH) & Luteinizing Hormone; (LH) identify any problem associated with your pituitary gland, reproductive system, and hypothalamus. Helps determine if your pituitary gland is functioning properly in the production of testosterone.

Prostatic Specific Antigen; (PSA) is a protein produced by prostate cells. The PSA test is done to help diagnose and follow prostate cancer in men.

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH); identifies how well your thyroid is working - showing over or under active, also helps evaluate your pituitary gland.

Lipid Profile; Cholesterol test for LDL, HDL, Total and Triglycerides. Triglycerides are the most common type of fat in our bodies.

HDL stands for high-density lipoproteins: "good" cholesterol

LDL stands for low-density lipoproteins. "bad" cholesterol

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-Basic Total Lab Test-

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At Rise Men’s & Total Health, we pride ourselves in thorough monitoring to ensure that we are delivering the level of treatment your body needs and deserves.

This panel test assesses your cardiovascular, kidney and liver health:

Lipid Profile— Cholesterol test for LDL, HDL, Total and Triglycerides. Triglycerides are the most common type of fat in our bodies.

HDL stands for high-density lipoproteins: "good" cholesterol

LDL stands for low-density lipoproteins. "bad" cholesterol

Hemoglobin A1C (HgbA1c) — An A1C blood test, measures the average amount of blood sugar (glucose) over the past 2-3 months to screen for diabetes or monitor existing diabetes.

Complete Blood Count (CBC) with Differential (DIFF/PLT) — Measures red and white blood cells, hematocrit, hemoglobin (H&H) and platelets. Indicator for anemia, infection and leukemia.

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel 16 (CMP16) — CMP blood test measures levels of 16 individual components to assess overall health. This checkup includes tests for aspartate aminotransferase (AST) test - liver damage indicators + Alanine aminotransferase (ALT), which show us signs of liver damage, such as jaundice (yellow skin/eyes).

The Basic Total Lab Test helps you identify whether your body is functioning correctly or not. This Lab Test is an important tool in our wellness routine. The Basic Total Lab Test is the next level of routine with the addition of a few more testing measurements.

Our providers commonly order this lab test as it shows how our body is functioning. The Basic Total Lab Test helps detect illnesses that could be life threatening if left untreated. It can screen for early stages of major common conditions; and therefore, helps you stay on top of your health by getting the proper treatment and management plan.

This package assesses your cardiovascular health, function and possible malfunction of your kidneys and liver, as well as any sign of infections.

-Total Hormone Test for Men and Women-

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The Comprehensive Hormone Panel includes hormone levels that are traditionally used to assess our patients overall wellbeing and potential hormone deficiency. These hormones include: Free and Total Testosterone, Estradiol, Estrogen, DHEA, SHBG, Progesterone, Pregnenolone, IGF-1, and Parathyroid Hormone.

By testing the levels of testosterone, both total and free, in men and women helps us detect abnormal levels of critical hormones. This is our most common test to determine if you have low testosterone. If you are local to the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area, we have our own CLIA lab in our Roanoke, Texas clinic. We process your test in 30 minutes and review results with you onsite.

-Complete Vitamin Panel-

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Vitamin B12 & Folate; Measures the level of B12 and folate to screen for nutrition or absorption issues and certain types of anemia. Both vitamins are present in the foods we eat, not produced naturally in our body. Not getting enough 12 and folate could lead to Anemia (low red blood cell count). Common signs of Anemia are fatigue and dizziness.

Vitamin C; This blood test measures the levels Vitamin C in the blood. Vitamin C is important for healing our skin, bones, and repairing tissue.

Vitamin D, 25 Hydroxy; Measures the amount of vitamin D. Vitamin D is important to sustain strong, healthy bones and teeth. We primarily absorb this from sunlight.

Ferritin (iron); Measures iron deficiency or excess, which is important to assess heart and liver health. It is important to look at blood health to proactively monitoring diabetes, clotting, and heart disease as we age.

Vitamin B6; B6 is important for brain function as well as nervous and immune system health. Another interesting need for B6 is its use in metabolism activity. B6 is involved in creating enzymes that pull carbohydrates out of storage in the cell.

Vitamin B1; The Vitamin B1 blood test measures the levels of (or Thiamine) in the blood. B1 helps our bodies convert food into energy.

Low-Density Lipoprotein; Measures the amount of LDL cholesterol (or bad cholesterol). Lipoprotein carries cholesterol through the blood stream. HDL (or good cholesterol, high-density) may help protect our bodies from heart attack and stroke.

-Comprehensive Food Allergy Profile, IGE + IGG-

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Our immune system produces immunoglobulins (A, G, M, D, and E) and is normally present in the blood. Immunoglobulins are proteins that play a key role in the body's immune system.

These antibodies lead to an allergic reaction. The symptoms appear fast such as swelling, shortness of breath, rash, itching skin.

  • Almond
  • Cashew Nut
  • Codfish
  • Cow's Milk
  • Egg White
  • Hazelnut
  • Peanut
  • Salmon
  • Scallop
  • Sesame Seed
  • Shrimp
  • Soybean
  • Tuna
  • Walnut
  • Wheat

Another immunoglobulin protein, G, are antibodies eliciting an inflammatory reaction to our bodies. The symptoms appear several days after the consumption of a trigger food. We use and recommend this test to educate our patients on dietary choices. IGG is not used as a medical diagnostic tool, but a health and wellness reference guide. Our Wellness Specialist use the IGG reaction report as a starting point and management tool. Inflammation management is an important part of weight loss, cravings, injury prevention and total wellness.

  • Casein
  • Cacao (Chocolate)
  • Codfish
  • Coffee
  • Maize/Corn
  • Egg White
  • Peanut
  • Soybean
  • Tomato
  • Wheat
  • Yeast (Bakers/Brewers)

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What is a physician order and why is it required?

A physician order is an authorization for you to have lab testing performed. It’s similar to a doctor providing a prescription for medication. This step is needed because some states require that a licensed medical doctor authorize laboratory tests.

Why is Rise Total Health Online Medical Testing not available in my state?

Certain states have restrictions on how laboratory tests may be ordered. Unfortunately it is not our decision, but the laws of each state that allow us to sell tests or not sell testing there.

How do I get a physician order for testing?

Once you purchase your test, your request will be handled by our Rise Total Health Staff. No additional action is required on your part. An email will also be sent to you with the requisition (physician order) information.

Can Rise Total Health send my results to my physician?

This requires a "Medical Release Consent" form. You can request one of these forms by emailing us (info@risemenshealth.com). We are happy to do send them for you, you'll just need to complete the authorization form, send it back, and then we'll send your results.

Can I use my requisition at any laboratory?

You may go to any Laboratory PSC as long as it is a Quest Diagnostic location.

Can I add another test to my purchase?

Our orders are sent directly to the laboratories system.  If you'd like to add or make changes to the tests you've ordered, we'll need to cancel the original order and make a new one.  Give us a call at 817-900-0304 and we'll be able to help make the necessary changes.

Will you bill my insurance?

No, Rise Total Health tests are paid for by you and we do not bill your insurance. Other services we provide are indeed covered by insurance.

Can I get a refund if I change my mind?

As long as you have not visited the lab for specimen collection, orders can be canceled and refunded within 21 days after your purchase. After 21 days we will issue credit for future testing.  Keep in mind, you can use the requisition form within 6 months after your order. To cancel or make any changes to your order, call 817-900-0304 or email info@risemenshealth.com.

If you have already provided samples for testing, we cannot cancel your order or refund your payment. Testing will be completed and we will call or email you with results.

Can I use my HSA or FSA dollars to pay for tests?

Yes, Rise Total Health accepts HSA or FSA cards with a VISA® or MasterCard® logo.  Please contact your benefits provider to verify plan rules and eligible expenses.

Can I order a test that isn’t listed on your web site?

If you don't see it on our website, please call us at 817-900-0304 and ask if we can order it. There are many tests we are not able to order, but some we can make requests for.

Are there any additional fees at the lab?

No additional payments are due at the lab. Please call 817-900-0304 with questions or concerns.

When can I visit the lab?

You can visit the lab once you have received the email that includes your lab requisition number. This number is needed for your sample collection.

Where do I go for testing?

Visit our Lab map or find a sample collection site at questdiagnostic.com. Please remember to visit the lab you selected when placing your order.

Note: Rise Total Health Medical Testing services are not available in all states.

Please remember to bring your lab requisition and a photo ID to the lab.

Do I need to fast before testing?

It depends on the test. Some tests, like the lipid panel, require a 10-hour fasting period. When fasting is required, only black coffee (no cream or sweetener) and water are permitted.  Some tests have other special instructions, which are noted on the description of each test.

Do I need to make an appointment?

No, but scheduling your visit in advance may minimize your wait time. Making an appointment is especially helpful when you are fasting overnight.

Visit our appointments page for information on making appointments. We're happy to help you over the phone too: 817-900-0304

An appointment with your selected Quest Diagnostics location is not required, but highly encouraged to avoid long wait times. All Quest Labs allow walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis.

How and when will I receive my test results?

We will notify you by phone when your results are ready. 

Most results are available within 24-48 hours / within two business days from the time that you visited the lab. Some tests may take a bit longer to process based on quantity. Rise Total Health is not responsible for completion of Quest Diagnostics fulfillment of results as a reseller for medical tests.

Does my lab requisition number expire?

Your requisition number is valid for 6 months from the date it was generated. We cannot reissue a new requisition number if the order is over a year old.

Do you test minors?

All customers must be 18 years or older.

Are my test results private and confidential?

Yes, results will only be provided to you and the ordering physician under strict HIPAA Compliance standards.

Can I purchase a test for someone else?

You may purchase a test for someone else, however each patient must use a unique email address for the order.

What is the payment process?

Rise Total Health Medical tests require payment upfront by credit card.

THIS SERVICE IS NOT AVAILABLE IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 OR LIVE IN MA, MD, NY, NJ, OR RI. The material on this page is educational and does not constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult your physician if medical advice, diagnosis or treatment is needed. Health screening lab tests may or may not alert you and your doctor to serious medical conditions and are not intended to be a substitute for a physician's examination.

This page of our Rise Men’s Health website is funded by selling laboratory testing. We are a reseller of the top CLIA approved laboratory testing services in the USA.

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