- Electrocardiography (EKG): the electrocardiogram is a recording of the heart's electrical activity as a graph on a moving strip of paper. This gives the physician important information about the heart, such as heart rate and rhythm, from which the physician can infer medical conditions and past heart history.
- Carotid Ultrasound Imaging-unilateral and bilateral imaging available.
- Venous Ultrasound Imaging-unilateral and bilateral imaging available.
- Echocardiography: a non-invasive method used to visualize actual motions and physical properties of the heart. Transmitting pulses of high frequency sounds and receiving the echo signal, this sophisticated ultrasound instrument is one of the latest advances in identifying heart malfunction. Studies are done with Doppler and color flow and contrast medium as needed.
- Stress and Dobutamine Echocardiography: combines the modalities of echocardiography and cardiac stress testing to evaluate the heart function non-invasively.
- Transesophageal Echocardiography: allows the interpreting physician to visualize cardiac structures on patients who are normally difficult to image and is an excellent vehicle for ruling out thrombus source in the heart as well as evaluation of LV on hand to image patients.
- Echo contrast is added to Echocardiography studies to enhance LV images as needed.
- Peripheral artery imaging-lower and upper imaging available.
- Cardiac Stress Testing: diagnostic treadmill testing, Thallium Stress and Nuclear Cardiolite studies available.
- Holter monitoring: A recording and scanner provide printouts of heart activity obtained from the Holter monitor. Data analysis by the scanner enables patients to benefit from increased evaluation time.
- Pulmonary function testing: simple spirometry, nitrogen wash studies and/or body plethysmograph or FRC, flow volume loops and diffusion studies. Bronchodilation done on request.
- Arterial Segmental Doppler: upper and lower extremity studies performed as well as rest and exercise studies.