Heart Rate Variability (HRV)


Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is a cardiovascular assessment tool that can detect arterial elasticity, patterns of reduced blood circulation, and even the biological age of arteries. This assessment reflects the health of the autonomic nervous system and provides a quick measurement of general fitness and cardiac risk factors.

How It Works: Using a digital pulse analysis in under one minute, this noninvasive assessment uses a comfortable chest-strap sensor. First, you’ll lie down in a supine position for several minutes. You’ll hear a beep whereupon you’ll stand and remain standing.

What It Feels Like: N/A

What Symptoms/Systems It’s Good For: Stress adaptation, Nervous System, and helps practitioners understand how environmental stressors are influencing the body.

How Long Does The Treatment Take?: The entire process only takes 7-10 minutes and your practitioner can immediately begin analyzing your results.