- Cardiopulmonary Testing series (CPET/CMET testing):
- Resting Metabolic Rate
- Pulmonary Function Testing
- Resting 12-Lead ECG
- VO2 Max/Anaerobic Threshold Exercise Assessment
- Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Autonomic Nervous System Assessment
- Body Composition
- Cellular Health Index Testing
- Hydration Test
- Electroencephalography (EEG)
- Assist in prompt and accurate patient diagnosis and management
- Refer with confidence and avoid unnecessary referrals
- Develop, monitor and adjust treatment plans with a data-driven approach
- Improve patient outcomes and compliance
- Improve patient satisfaction and retention
- Elevate comprehensiveness of any existing annual physical exam program
- No upfront capital expense
- No additional monthly overhead costs
- No additional staff needed
- Near zero “footprint” requirements
- Value added services to supplement and complement the practice’s offerings
- Substantial source of passive income to the practice
- Same-day results!
Preventive care: CPET, body composition and cellular health index and hydration tests are recommended at a minimum on an annual basis for a more comprehensive physical examination, allowing for objective patient classification, prognosis and monitoring of changes in overall health. EEG testing is recommended as a baseline (prior to injury/event when the brain is healthy) as a safety measure in a post-injury and recovery situation. CPET and body composition testing is now covered by a number of insurance companies as a preventive measure.
Screening & diagnosis: Testing should be performed when assessing a symptomatic patient to determine if/what type of specialty referral is merited based on the data obtained from our diagnostic services. This will minimize unnecessary specialty referrals and improve patient retention.
Ongoing care & monitoring: Testing should be performed for monitoring and verification following medical intervention to assess for the efficacy. For example, a patient who was placed on a new hypertension medication can be assessed to ensure that symptoms are controlled at rest as well as during physical activity. Intermittent CPET and body composition retesting is also a great source of motivation and positive reinforcement during a lifestyle change plan.
- Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test (CPET/CMET) – 45 minutes (complete test – includes all tests below)
- Resting Metabolic Rate: 15 minutes
- Pulmonary Function Testing: 10 minutes
- Resting ECG: 5 minutes
- Exercise Test w/ Stress ECG: 15 minutes
- Electroencephalography (EEG) – 20 minutes
- Body Composition, Cellular Health Index and Hydration test- 6 minutes
- HRV Autonomic Nervous System Assessment- 15 minutes
- Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing series: 5 hours minimum (estimated 6 tests*)
- Electroencephalography: 1 hour (estimated 3 tests*)
- Body Composition, Hydration & Cellular Health: 1 hour (estimated 10 tests*)
- HRV Autonomic Nervous System Assessment: 1 hour minimum (estimated 4 tests*)
*ALL SCHEDULING IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MEDICAL PRACTICE. THE ESTIMATED NUMBER OF TESTS IS BASED ON IDEAL “BACK-TO-BACK” SCHEDULING.
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