What is Heart Testing?
Heart testing uses a non-evasive device, called a Heart Sounds Recorder. It is a computer-based low risk general wellness monitor which uses the principles of auscultation (listening to the heart).
It records and graphs the rate, rhythm, and strength of your heart. Your graph is analyzed and discussed with you immediately after the graph is produced. It only takes about 20 minutes.
There is a small, round monitor that is put in four locations on the chest. Each position measures a different heart valve.
We can determine if your medications are working and any nutrients your heart is missing. Besides showing the health of your heart, the graph will also show subtle dysfunctions in your thyroid, adrenals and lungs that won’t show up on a blood test. Because the dysfunction is subtle, you may not notice any symptoms. This device can show us the health of these organs before you have noticeable problems or have symptoms.