Advanced Cardiovascular Screening FAQs: What You Should Know

Advanced Cardiovascular Screening FAQs: What You Should Know

Taking care of your heart is one of the best things you can do to ensure a long and healthy life. Heart health has been in the national spotlight for years.

Physicians and researchers across the board are urging folks to concentrate on this integral muscle and for very good reason.

Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women, with about 1 in 4 deaths caused by heart disease every year.

Also, undetected cardiovascular disease is one of the most severe yet common health risks for Americans. An untold number of citizens are already at high risk for heart disease and may be completely unaware that they are in danger.

The good news is there are readily available ways to understand your true risks for:

As research into heart disease has progressed, so have a specialized physician’s ability to calculate your actual risk through a number of:

So if you’ve wondered about your heart health, and are concerned that you may be at risk for heart disease and not even know it, then read on to learn more about:

What Is an Advanced Cardiovascular Screening?

An advanced cardiovascular screening is typically a multi-pronged approach to understanding your true risk for heart disease and additional heart health issues.

Far more expansive than a traditional cholesterol test at the doctor’s office, which only tells part of the story. Advanced cardiovascular screenings go miles beyond the basics to perform a complete and comprehensive evaluation of your risks.

Here at the Lamkin Clinic, we have developed a unique and comprehensive risk-assessment approach to advanced cardiovascular screening. This approach includes diagnostics and lab work that is aimed at the early detection of:

Who Needs an Advanced Cardiovascular Screening?

Considering that heart disease is not confined to a specific gender, age group, ethnicity, or demographic, virtually anyone can benefit from an advanced cardiovascular screening.

With that being said, individuals who are especially in need of an advanced cardiovascular screening should generally have at least one of the following factors:

Remember that you may feel perfectly fine and healthy, and may even exercise regularly and be at a healthy weight, and still be at risk for heart disease.

This is why it’s important to examine your not-so-visible risk factors, (such as your family’s history of heart disease), to determine if advanced cardiovascular screening is right for you.

Can You Just Have an Annual Physical to Determine Your Heart Health?

The problem with relying on an annual physical to gauge your heart disease risk is that you may not get all the information you need, and may even have a false sense of security that isn’t accurate.

For example, a standardized cholesterol test may tell you if your cholesterol levels need to be addressed. Still, it does not present an accurate assessment of chronic silent inflammation, which plays a more critical role in the long-term development of heart disease.

There are so many factors that go into determining your overall heart health, including your:

It’s impossible to gauge all of these factors in a straightforward physical exam.

What Does Advanced Cardiovascular Screening Entail?

When you partner with the Lamkin Clinic, we’ll start with an in-depth consultation to understand your:

From there, we’ll work out a plan of one or several effective tests that will help determine your concrete risks for heart disease.

The tests that we use at the Lamkin Clinic are:

Simply put, while the term “advanced cardiovascular screening” may sound scary on the surface, it’s a lot easier and miles more effective than many new patients realize.

What Are the Benefits of an Advanced Cardiovascular Screening, and What Comes Next?

The biggest and most obvious benefit of advanced cardiovascular screening is you can identify your risks for heart disease. Then, we can come up with a plan of action to minimize these risks and ensure you stay happy and healthy for decades to come.

Once your advanced cardiovascular screening is complete, we will help you come up with a game plan to address any issues in a way that fits into your everyday lifestyle.

At the Lamkin Clinic, we also offer medical weight loss programs, nutritional counseling services, and other programs that are designed to ensure you stay in great health for the long term.

After your advanced cardiovascular screening, we’ll work with you to explain the results. We will also help you determine the appropriate next steps as needed.

How Can You Schedule an Advanced Cardiovascular Screening, or Determine If You Need to Explore Your Options?

Your advanced cardiovascular screening starts with a consultation with the Lamkin Clinic. We’ll work with you one-on-one to address all of your heart and general health questions.

Together, we will find the best path forward to determining your risks, and your path to a healthier lifestyle.

With the most updated resources and technology at the ready to identify any heart health issues, our advanced cardiovascular screening services are a must for anyone concerned about heart disease.

Reach out to us today! And we’ll work together to ensure that you have the complete picture when it comes to matters of the heart.

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Article Name Advanced Cardiovascular Screening FAQs: What You Should Know
Description What are advanced cardiovascular screenings, and do you need one? Here’s what you need to know about understanding your true risk for heart disease.

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