The fecal tests should be able to see whatever parasite eggs are there no matter what it is.
I know banfields (petsmart vets) aren't known for being the best vets, but they do see petsmart animals, which are often exotics like bearded dragons, so they do have the ability to check for parasites. They will have to make you check in because of the way their computers work, they can't give medication to a pet they haven't seen before. Call your petsmart with a banfield and see if they know of any local vets who see exotics.
The issue with over handling is reptiles often don't show signs of stress other than long term signs-like not eating. He might be fine, it's just something I would do to play it safe.
Last edited by purplemuffin; 12-17-2012 at 02:43 PM.