Improving patient health through personalised testing

Symptom check

Metal sensitivity testing

Exposure to metals in dental fillings and implants, joint prostheses, pacemakers, environmental pollutants and jewellery can lead to health problems in susceptible individuals.


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Lyme disease testing

MELISA improves laboratory diagnosis by confirming active disease in patients with clinical symptoms of Lyme.


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FDA Statement and Metal Hypersensitivity

The FDA has issued a statement addressing the concerns about the bio-compatibility and function of medical devices. Our conference in November 2018 mirrored these concerns


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Resources

Download our leaflets on various topics such as metal hypersensitivity in orthopaedics, dentistry, spinal surgery and titanium implants.


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  • “MELISA is a fundamental cornerstone of my practice."

    Dr Mary Ellen Chalmers, DMD

    Functional Medicine Based Dentistry, Santa Rosa, CA, USA

  • “I have many patients that are interested in this type of testing associated with implants. Thank you for the great work you have done.”

    Dr Scott Schroeder, Podiatric Physician and Surgeon

    Foot & Ankle Center, Wenatchee, WA, USA

  • “A type IV metal allergy is often overlooked as a culprit in many of today's chronic illnesses. MELISA testing gives targeted information on what needs to be avoided. Many patients get their life back with this information instead of remaining chronically ill for the rest of their days.”

    Dr Toril Jelter MD, General Practitioner & Pediatrician

    Mount Diablo Integrated Wellness Center, Walnut Creek, CA, USA

  • “Working in holistic dentistry I use an integrated approach and treat the patient as a whole, focusing on the dental need in the larger context of the person’s overall well-being. MELISA provides me with invaluable information for the most suitable materials to be used.”

    Dr Goran D. Stojanovic, Dental Surgeon

    The Ella Clinic, London, UK

3 weeks ago

Melisa Diagnostics

In this case report, occupational exposure to mercury caused ALS in a 54-year-old male worker. The authors ague that personalised occupational health practices and searching for genetic biomarkers of susceptibility in those who are regularly exposed to high levels of mercury at work could prevent serious and irreversible consequences of occupational exposure.
www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/10/21/7839/pdf
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Melisa Diagnostics

A silver lining of the current pandemic is that conferences move online and are therefore accessible to anyone. On the 23rd November, there is a session on Hypersensitization Reactions due to Metal and Metalloid Exposure, a part of an international meeting on industrial and environmental toxicology. This session will cover: Introduction to Metal-induced Hypersensitization, Metal-induced Reactions Resulting from Implants and The Link to Autoimmune Disorders as well as Sensitization Tests and Their Availability.
www.ietox2020.com/en/42858/23-November-2020
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