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Psychotropic genetic testing for adults

Psychotropic genetic testing helps neurological health experts determine the best course of treatment for your genetic code. Know how your body will respond to every kind of treatment before we settle on a custom care plan.

Have you tried medication to treat some of your neurocognitive symptoms? Whether you’ve taken psychotropic drugs or think they might be right for you, it’s important to understand how your body might react to them. GeneSight helps practitioners like us predict the best course of treatment for your best neurological health.

A personalized and comprehensive report unique to your genetic makeup

The GeneSight Psychotropic test is a sophisticated tool that examines how your genetic profile may influence the effectiveness and safety of medications commonly used to treat conditions such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other mental health disorders. By analyzing specific genetic markers, this test offers your clinician valuable insights into which medications may require dosage adjustments, are less likely to be effective for you, or may pose a higher risk of side effects. This personalized approach allows for more informed and tailored treatment strategies, optimizing your overall therapeutic outcomes.

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Learn more about adult psychotropic genetic testing

  • Why do I need to take a GeneSight test?

    Your practitioner will ask you to take a GeneSight test so that she can foresee any potential complication that might come from prescribed medications. Whether you’re struggling with ADHD, Dementia, or another condition, understanding the efficacy of your potential treatment options will help us create a customized care plan that’s built for you.

  • How does Neurokin stand out from other NJ practices?

    There are many reasons to choose a smaller, more personal practice for your personalized care. While bigger practices can treat and diagnose, none offer the personal, tailored experience that Karina Campos does with Neurokin. You can depend on your cognitive health services provider to follow up, follow through, and be there with you every step of the way.

  • Is it possible to have multiple conditions at the same time?

    In short, yes, it is. The providers at Neurokin are not afraid to carefully understand and diagnose even overlapping conditions, so that you can receive the tailored care that’s right for your mind and body.

  • What qualifies Neurokin to provide such unique cognitive services?

    Neurokin’s lead practitioner (Karina Campos) is a board certified adult-gerontology nurse practitioner. This allows her to offer comprehensive cognitive health treatments to a wide range of patients. Her experience and hands-on knowledge as a neurology nurse practitioner helped her build a unique skillset to help the patients that need it most.

  • What other conditions do you treat?

    In addition to adult ADHD treatment, we also offer treatment for several other conditions. These include headaches and migraines, concussions and dizziness, and memory concerns related to dementia.

Ready for professional neurocognitive care for your condition?

Our team is ready to hear from you. For answers to your follow-up questions or to schedule care today, get in touch with us.