First thing first, let’s start with some basic information

How can FDNA Telehealth help me or my child?

FDNA Telehealth has a unique technology that helps clinicians capture and review information about you or your child’s health profile, access helpful resources, and even get advice from other experts. It all starts with a simple photo.

How does it work?

Using your photo, our system can detect patterns and features that are then compared with those of thousands of known syndromes. An initial meeting is scheduled with a Genetic Counsellor to produce your initial case report.
Based on the results, we will assign Genetic Clinician(s) from our network to analyze all the information and order tests that may help identify possible genetic conditions.

How much does it cost?

For a limited time only, we offer our initial genetic counseling service at as low as $50 per session! After you fill in your case details and schedule your appointment, one of our Genetic Case Coordinators will be in touch with you to confirm the details.
Should you decide to continue further to additional tests and meetings beyond your initial genetic consultation, additional fees apply.

Ready? Let’s start!

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What brought you here today? Help us learn more about your case, so we can provide a better analysis.

Why Share a photo?

Physical features – including facial structure, shape, and form – can tell a lot about a potential medical condition. Many features, like the color of your eyes and shape of your ears, may be passed down through your parents, while others may be a result of your unique genetics. In genetic evaluations, it is very important to look at all these features, because we know that physical features or patterns can help us find the correct diagnosis and cause.

Your case photo always remains private!

All patient photos are converted into a de-identified digital description of the face. This de-identified facial data is used for the analysis while the original photo is considered personal health information (PHI).

To learn more about our data protection click here

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