“The Max Pulse device offers a simple, quick, and highly informative test for endothelial function as well as vessel integrity. This allows the clinician to identify patients at risk for cardiovascular disease allowing for appropriate counseling regarding lifestyle, diet, and supplemental changes as well as referral to a cardiologist if indicated. Also, patients appear more motivated to become proactive when discussing these test results.
Wayne Baumgarten with Long Life Cardio is easily assessable and most professional.I highly recommend Max Pulse not only for all medical offices, but especially those clinicians who focus on preventive health.”
Certified, Worldlink Medical Advanced Bio-Identical Hormones
Certified, Cenegenics Research and Educational Foundation in Age Management Medicine
Fellow of The American College of Surgeons
Fellow of The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Medical Director of Birken Medical Aesthetics
The Max Pulse is a true game changer. It is an excellent screening tool for assessing the endothelial function of the vessel wall in addition to providing information on ANS balance. When a positive test for advanced arteriosclerosis is obtained, a carotid duplex with CIMT is performed in the clinic and a stress test is performed on the patient. This process led a few patients receiving cardiac catherization or carotid stenting due to the severity of their atherosclerosis. As a Doctor of Osteopathic medicine, I find the ANS report created by the Max Pulse to be of value as well. I use the device before and after manipulation to show the patients changes in their ANS balance. The Max Pulse is a great device for any office.
Steven J. Bednarczyk, DO
Medical Director of North Hills Health and Wellness
Certified, The Bale-Doneen Method
I am an internist in Newburyport, MA seeing over 120 to 140 patients weekly. I cannot overstate the value of using the Max Pulse. Every patient over 50 is screened for cardiovascular prevention. The analysis print out is easy to understand based on measurable parameters of arterial elasticity, arterial contraction, and residual blood. The patients understand the relationship to arterial health and get the importance of follow-up testing to see if our treatments document substantial improvement. Secondly we use the heart rate variability testing to assess autonomic nervous system health. For example, we want to know if someone is stuck in sympathetic dominance. We want to know if the patient is highly stressed and has no residual reserve. We document improvements in stress, endurance, mental health, and digestion using the HRV analysis as well as by symptom management.
Our goal at our clinic is to prevent cardiovascular problems. Knowing that the arteries have excellent elasticity and contraction gives me reassurance that we are doing more than what is required by the standard of care. I cannot imagine working without the Max Pulse at our clinic.
Dr. Daniel A. Eyink MD is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Medical Acupuncture.