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Lab Services in Connecticut

Stratford Acupuncture & Nutritional Wellness Center welcomes patients for our different Lab Services in these towns and surrounding areas: Shelton, Bridgeport, Trumbull, Ansonia, Derby, Seymour, Monroe, Fairfield, Milford, and Orange. If you’d like to learn more, contact Stratford Acupuncture & Nutritional Wellness Center to schedule an appointment. You can book your visit by phone or online.


In today's healthcare system, lab services play a critical role in diagnosing and treating medical conditions. With a team of highly skilled professionals, advanced technology, and precise testing methods, lab services provide physicians with the accurate and timely results they need to make informed decisions about patient care.


Stratford Acupuncture & Nutritional Wellness Center has partnered with Reveal my DNA, KBMO FIT Tests, and THEIA Health and others for our lab services to ensure our patients receive the best treatment available.

That's why we are committed to providing our patients with the most comprehensive and reliable lab services possible, delivered by experienced professionals who are dedicated to delivering the best possible outcomes for our patients.

DON'T GUESS. ASK YOUR DNA.

This comprehensive lifestyle genetic test can reveal how your body will uniquely respond to specific nutrients, what you eat and drink, how you exercise, and your environment.

Stratford Acupuncture & Nutritional Wellness Center has partnered with myDNA and we utilize their advanced comprehensive test, which uses the most advanced and sophisticated testing equipment available on the market today to arrive at their results, so that we can help our patients create lifelong health strategies.

Your specific genetic blueprint deserves a specific health plan. We’re helping move healthcare from offering solutions that work for most people, to finding out what will work specifically for you. Less ‘one-size-fits-all’ advice, more targeted advice that’s customized to fit your body.

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  • What are the benefits of facial cupping?
    ● Increased blood circulation to the head and neck. ● Increased circulation and absorption of nutrients to the skin. ● Improved absorption of facial products. ● Drainage of stagnant fluids. ● Reduced puffiness and edema. ● Reduced appearance and prevention of facial lines and wrinkles. ● Strengthen skin and connective tissues. ● Stimulate cells responsible for collagen production. ● Brighten skin. ● Minimize the appearance of scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. ● Tone the chin, jawline, neck, and décolletage. ● Decrease puffiness. ● Regulate oil production. ● Improve nutrient delivery and product absorption.
  • What can I expect from my facial cupping session?
    Your facial cupping session starts with a thin application of coconut oil or Pentaxyl Anti-aging Skincare cream. After a light face and neck massage, your facial cupping treatment begins. It is best to arrive for your treatment with long hair tied back and a clean face free of makeup and lotions. A typical facial cupping treatment lasts anywhere from 20-30 minutes. Please drink an ample amount of water before and after each treatment to help your treatment last longer. Lines and wrinkles will plump, and any scar tissue will soften. The drainage of stagnant fluids from reservoir areas will reduce edema and chronic puffiness. The muscles of the face benefit greatly from the reduction of tension and tightness, releasing expression lines and loosening tight muscle tissue. Facial cupping can provide significant therapeutic results for symptoms related to sinus infections, inflammation, edema, and patients suffering from TMJ disorders.
  • How many treatments are recommended for optimal results?
    As with any therapeutic treatment, results can vary from person to person. The recommended initial course of treatment with facial cupping consists of between 6 and 12 sessions, depending on age and skin condition. The results are cumulative, especially if treatments are performed 1-2 times per week. We recommend monthly follow-up sessions to maintain the original results.
  • Is facial cupping the same as body cupping?
    Yes and no. Although they’re based on the same principle of restoration, facial and body cupping are executed differently. Facial cups are typically smaller and softer. They’re used to gently pull the skin away from deeper layers of fascia. This increases blood flow to the area and rejuvenates the skin without leaving cup marks behind. Body cupping, on the other hand, is primarily used to alleviate aches and pains. Cup marks are almost always left behind, but they do serve a diagnostic purpose; the size, shape, and color are said to reflect the amount of “stagnation” or cellular waste buildup. These marks fade as your lymphatic system processes the waste.
  • Will it leave bruises?
    Facial cupping, unlike body cupping, doesn’t leave bruises. In facial cupping therapy, the cups are constantly moving- cups will only leave bruises if left in one spot for too long.
  • Are there any other side effects or risks?
    Although facial cupping is generally considered safe, minor side effects are possible. They typically occur during or immediately after the treatment. Temporary side effects of facial cupping include: ● Nausea ● Dizziness ● Lightheadedness ● Cold sweats If you have broken skin or active breakouts or rashes on your skin, you may not be able to receive facial cupping.

Trace Mineral Hair Analysis

Have you ever felt that something in your body was just “of,” even though tests came back clear? You may be spot on with your feelings- it is your body, after all, so why not try a different kind of analysis?

Mineral nutrition is critical to health, wellness, and vitality. Hair mineral analysis is one of the most sensitive, scientifically-validated forms of mineral assessment. Since the human body prioritizes blood over body tissues, mineral deficiencies, and heavy metal toxicity will often appear in hair analysis, but not a blood test.

Knowing ALL the information your body has will give you the best support for your body’s current and future needs! Want to see what your Trace Hair analysis has to say about your state of health? Call Joe to set up a phone consultation today!

Hair Blowing
  • What are the benefits of facial cupping?
    ● Increased blood circulation to the head and neck. ● Increased circulation and absorption of nutrients to the skin. ● Improved absorption of facial products. ● Drainage of stagnant fluids. ● Reduced puffiness and edema. ● Reduced appearance and prevention of facial lines and wrinkles. ● Strengthen skin and connective tissues. ● Stimulate cells responsible for collagen production. ● Brighten skin. ● Minimize the appearance of scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. ● Tone the chin, jawline, neck, and décolletage. ● Decrease puffiness. ● Regulate oil production. ● Improve nutrient delivery and product absorption.
  • What can I expect from my facial cupping session?
    Your facial cupping session starts with a thin application of coconut oil or Pentaxyl Anti-aging Skincare cream. After a light face and neck massage, your facial cupping treatment begins. It is best to arrive for your treatment with long hair tied back and a clean face free of makeup and lotions. A typical facial cupping treatment lasts anywhere from 20-30 minutes. Please drink an ample amount of water before and after each treatment to help your treatment last longer. Lines and wrinkles will plump, and any scar tissue will soften. The drainage of stagnant fluids from reservoir areas will reduce edema and chronic puffiness. The muscles of the face benefit greatly from the reduction of tension and tightness, releasing expression lines and loosening tight muscle tissue. Facial cupping can provide significant therapeutic results for symptoms related to sinus infections, inflammation, edema, and patients suffering from TMJ disorders.
  • How many treatments are recommended for optimal results?
    As with any therapeutic treatment, results can vary from person to person. The recommended initial course of treatment with facial cupping consists of between 6 and 12 sessions, depending on age and skin condition. The results are cumulative, especially if treatments are performed 1-2 times per week. We recommend monthly follow-up sessions to maintain the original results.
  • Is facial cupping the same as body cupping?
    Yes and no. Although they’re based on the same principle of restoration, facial and body cupping are executed differently. Facial cups are typically smaller and softer. They’re used to gently pull the skin away from deeper layers of fascia. This increases blood flow to the area and rejuvenates the skin without leaving cup marks behind. Body cupping, on the other hand, is primarily used to alleviate aches and pains. Cup marks are almost always left behind, but they do serve a diagnostic purpose; the size, shape, and color are said to reflect the amount of “stagnation” or cellular waste buildup. These marks fade as your lymphatic system processes the waste.
  • Will it leave bruises?
    Facial cupping, unlike body cupping, doesn’t leave bruises. In facial cupping therapy, the cups are constantly moving- cups will only leave bruises if left in one spot for too long.
  • Are there any other side effects or risks?
    Although facial cupping is generally considered safe, minor side effects are possible. They typically occur during or immediately after the treatment. Temporary side effects of facial cupping include: ● Nausea ● Dizziness ● Lightheadedness ● Cold sweats If you have broken skin or active breakouts or rashes on your skin, you may not be able to receive facial cupping.

KBMO FIT Test for Food Sensitivities

Food sensitivities and related diseases affect at least 100 million people worldwide and cause a wide variety of illnesses ranging from skin rashes and headaches to chronic intestinal diseases.

The prevalence of food sensitivities of the general population has increased by more than 50% in recent years. Delayed food sensitivities can occur up to 72 hours after ingestion, making it difficult for a patient to pinpoint which foods are causing reactions.

It is useful to test for food sensitivities when a patient has chronic symptoms, including digestive issues, infertility, fatigue, arthritis, cancer, in addition to other lasting problems.
Dr. Brent Dorval has discovered a new way to test for these correlations with the FIT, FIT 22 and Zonulin tests, which are now offered through Stratford Acupuncture & Nutritional Wellness Center with KBMO Diagnostics!

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  • What are the benefits of facial cupping?
    ● Increased blood circulation to the head and neck. ● Increased circulation and absorption of nutrients to the skin. ● Improved absorption of facial products. ● Drainage of stagnant fluids. ● Reduced puffiness and edema. ● Reduced appearance and prevention of facial lines and wrinkles. ● Strengthen skin and connective tissues. ● Stimulate cells responsible for collagen production. ● Brighten skin. ● Minimize the appearance of scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. ● Tone the chin, jawline, neck, and décolletage. ● Decrease puffiness. ● Regulate oil production. ● Improve nutrient delivery and product absorption.
  • What can I expect from my facial cupping session?
    Your facial cupping session starts with a thin application of coconut oil or Pentaxyl Anti-aging Skincare cream. After a light face and neck massage, your facial cupping treatment begins. It is best to arrive for your treatment with long hair tied back and a clean face free of makeup and lotions. A typical facial cupping treatment lasts anywhere from 20-30 minutes. Please drink an ample amount of water before and after each treatment to help your treatment last longer. Lines and wrinkles will plump, and any scar tissue will soften. The drainage of stagnant fluids from reservoir areas will reduce edema and chronic puffiness. The muscles of the face benefit greatly from the reduction of tension and tightness, releasing expression lines and loosening tight muscle tissue. Facial cupping can provide significant therapeutic results for symptoms related to sinus infections, inflammation, edema, and patients suffering from TMJ disorders.
  • How many treatments are recommended for optimal results?
    As with any therapeutic treatment, results can vary from person to person. The recommended initial course of treatment with facial cupping consists of between 6 and 12 sessions, depending on age and skin condition. The results are cumulative, especially if treatments are performed 1-2 times per week. We recommend monthly follow-up sessions to maintain the original results.
  • Is facial cupping the same as body cupping?
    Yes and no. Although they’re based on the same principle of restoration, facial and body cupping are executed differently. Facial cups are typically smaller and softer. They’re used to gently pull the skin away from deeper layers of fascia. This increases blood flow to the area and rejuvenates the skin without leaving cup marks behind. Body cupping, on the other hand, is primarily used to alleviate aches and pains. Cup marks are almost always left behind, but they do serve a diagnostic purpose; the size, shape, and color are said to reflect the amount of “stagnation” or cellular waste buildup. These marks fade as your lymphatic system processes the waste.
  • Will it leave bruises?
    Facial cupping, unlike body cupping, doesn’t leave bruises. In facial cupping therapy, the cups are constantly moving- cups will only leave bruises if left in one spot for too long.
  • Are there any other side effects or risks?
    Although facial cupping is generally considered safe, minor side effects are possible. They typically occur during or immediately after the treatment. Temporary side effects of facial cupping include: ● Nausea ● Dizziness ● Lightheadedness ● Cold sweats If you have broken skin or active breakouts or rashes on your skin, you may not be able to receive facial cupping.
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