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Vitamin D Deficiency Testing


Easy testing and reporting on your Vitamin D Levels with Odom Health & Wellness

According the CDC, Vitamin D Deficiency is prevalent in our country across all geographic and demographic segments.  Residents of the the upper Midwest, including Minnesota are especially at risk of having very low Vitamin D Levels.

With the continued concerns and unknowns of COVID-19, as well as other diseases, bacteria, and viruses, an easy preventative measure is to monitor your Vitamin D Levels.

At Odom Health & Wellness we help many patients who are struggling with low Vitamin D Levels.  We help to assess their levels and educate them on proper steps to supplement their Vitamin D. 

Why Test your Vitamin D Levels

There are many studies on the benefits of Vitamin D.  Some of the benefits of having sufficient levels of Vitamin D include:

  • Improve Immune Health
  • Improve Bone Health
  • Improve Cardiovascular Health
  • Combat Fatigue


  • Decrease Anxiety and Depression
  • Improve Joint and Muscle pain
  • May Help with Cancer Prevention
  • May Help with Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

Easy Testing – How It Works

Dr. Odom and our Registered Dietician have created an easy cash pay testing protocol, or you can run this through your insurance. This includes:

  • The Blood Draw
  • Lab Processing
  • Lab Results 
  • A 30 minute appointment to review your lab results 
  • Clear recommendation on what to do if you are deficient in Vitamin D

After a thorough review of the lab results we will determine the proper steps to safely increase your vitamin D Levels up to recommended levels provided by the governing medical boards.  With a wide variety of treatment options available, we want to be sure we find the best plan to effectively increase your Vitamin D levels.

HSA and Insurance Coverage

This is a cash pay service that includes the blood draw, processing, results and an appointment with a Registered Dietician to review the results.   You can also choose to run this through insurance.Many HSA programs allow this service to be covered with their HSA cards.  All subsequent appointments with Dr. Odom, our Registered Dietician, or other providers may be billed to your insurance.  Please contact us for more details. 


Schedule an appointment for

Vitamin-D Deficiency Testing with

Odom today!