CPET – Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test

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Disability Testing

Exercise Testing (CPET)

 Our Standardized protocols to enhance the consistency and comparability of CPET results, improving the reliability and validity of assessments.

Considered by many of the major medical organizations to be the gold standard for determining disability, cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) uses objective measures to accurately assess an individual’s capacity for work. It is applicable to any condition where fatigue and reduced functioning are present. CPET can also assist in diagnosing a variety of medical conditions. The 2 day testing protocol is particularly helpful in documenting post-exertional malaise (PEM) and symptom exacerbation following physical activity. Testing is performed on a stationary bicycle with resistance added incrementally to keep tests approximately 8-12 minutes. It is very rare for a patient not to complete the test. Because CPET results are virtually impossible to fake, they can be a valuable adjunct to any medical and/or legal argument. Learn more.

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Electroencephalogram (EEG)

Advancing the Use of Electroencephalogram (EEG) in Clinical Practice

EEG (electroencephalogram) provides a noninvasive objective measure of brain electrical activity at very high temporal resolution, allowing millisecond-level recordings of brain wave frequency and amplitude via electrodes on the scalp.

Similar to routine measures such as blood pressure or heart rate the EEG provides objective information about how the body and brain are performing. Looking at brain function after exercise stress provides measures of voltage and reaction time in the post exertional state.

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