The Right Clinic Expands Services with Genetic Drug Testing and Comprehensive Health Diagnostic Testing

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Personalized testing provides clients with better mental and physical health outcomes

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — The Good Clinic™ announced that its service offerings have expanded to provide two new targeted diagnostic testing and treatment services to its clients who are managing mental health issues or chronic illnesses. The six Twin Cities Metro clinics will offer GeneSight psychotropic pharmacogenomic testing for personalized mental health medication management, and Genova Diagnostics assessments for the prevention, diagnosis and/or treatment of certain complex chronic diseases.

As part of The Good Clinic’s commitment to whole person healthcare, these tests will allow clients to experience a more personalized approach to managing their health and well-being. With the unique insights from these testing capabilities, The Good Clinic’s providers can now offer more suitable medications and treatment options to successfully treat each client’s condition.

The GeneSight Psychotropic Test uses a swab and genetic test pairing to identify how patients will respond to medications that treat common behavioral health conditions, including ADHD, anxiety and depression. The supported by research This approach will allow nurse practitioners at The Good Clinic to provide clients with a more accurate recommendation on which mental health medications will best meet each client’s needs while minimizing negative side effects. The test is recommended for clients looking for a targeted approach to treating depression or anxiety, especially after trying and failing several other medications.

Genova Diagnostics testing provides a more complete understanding of a person’s health and helps healthcare providers diagnose, treat, and potentially prevent chronic disease or improve overall well-being. Comprehensive tests can provide information to help diagnose the underlying health issue, resolve additional health issues, and determine treatment. The test includes a consultation with a nurse practitioner from The Good Clinic who will interpret the results and co-create a healthcare plan with the client. The test is recommended for clients with symptoms not explained by general lab panels, concerned about exposure to toxins, or wishing to improve their general well-being.

“We are thrilled to offer this level of individualized testing to our clients,” said Kevin Lee Smith, Chief Nurse Practitioner of The Good Clinic. “These tests will allow us to better identify and recommend what each client needs to achieve desired health outcomes and lead fuller, healthier lives.”

The Good Clinic is a leading operator of primary care clinics that combine technology with relationship-driven, personalized healthcare services to provide clients with access to improved health and well-being. Founded in Minnesota in 2020, The Good Clinic intends to launch a network of state-of-the-art clinics in easily accessible locations, with nurse practitioners operating as the primary on-site healthcare provider. To make an appointment, go

About The Good Clinic™

The Good Clinic, LLC is a state-of-the-art primary care practice that partners with clients ages 12 and up. Staffed by experienced nurse practitioners focused on preventative care, The Good Clinic™ offers clients routine medical care, chronic disease management, acute care and wellness planning services with ongoing care options. person and virtual. Founded in 2020 and operating six Minnesota clinics with plans to expand nationwide, the leadership team includes the key clinical and operational professionals who have evolved MinuteClinic. The Good Clinic, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitesco, Inc.

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