Cardiovascular Event Prevention
Conventional methods of early detection failed for an old friend, who died from a sudden heart attack without any early warning signal. Even though he was a medical doctor living in Beverly Hills, the conventional early detection methods for heart attack prevention failed for him. He deserved better!
When Early Detection Is Too Late
Today we have the new (since 2021) "Sudden Adult Death." Do you still trust the "early detection" methods to prevent a heart attack? Those tests have been around for decades. The big empty promise is that they will keep you alive, but my experience shows that this "early detection" is clearly not enough. About 30% of people with heart disease have a heart attack as their first symptom. For about 50% of them, it's fatal. Conventional early detection can easily fail as preventive medicine. For my old friend it is too late, but not for you.
Most people believe that routine blood tests, routine physical exams and routine EKGs (aka ECGs) are the best early detection screening tests we have. That's not true. Standard ECGs (electrocardiograms) do not reveal enough of any truly early warning signs needed to prevent cardiovascular disease, heart disease, or a heart attack.
Earlier Prevention: Checking into the Pre-Disease State
You can only have true prevention when your starting point is before disease! Very early warning signs have to be detectable before a disease has already crossed-the-line into being established and diagnosable. But the conventional screening tests for cardiovascular disease are not sensitive enough. Even by definition, early detection of disease does not prevent disease, because it's already a disease! That's why so many of us know someone who suddenly died from a heart attack.
"The lack of sufficiently delicate methods to detect injury before symptoms appear is one of the great unsolved problems in medicine."
— Rachel Carson, author, Silent Spring (1962)
The Multifunction Cardiogram
There is a problem with conventional cardiovascular screening tests not being sensitive enough, but we also have a better choice. There is a more sensitive early detection test compared to conventional ECG. It's called a Multifunction Cardiogram (The Premier Heart MCG) from Heart Care Corp. We will also be investigating applied kinesiology as a non-invasive screening method for predicting heart disease (a research study), and will be ready to use both testing procedures for you in the coming months. This is your wake-up call. Be proactive.
Conventional "early detection" is a false security. Early detection is not early enough! Don't just wait for established disease to show-up in conventional medical tests. By that time it might be too late. Let's take non-invasive actions of prevention today; before the development of a definable disease, or even sudden adult death.
Call us today to pre-schedule for your multifunction cardiogram.