Cardiac Wellness Test

Heart health matters. Identify your risk for cardiovascular disease to prevent potential heart health issues

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How to Test Your Heart Health

Protect Your Heart with Proactive Testing

This test assesses cholesterol levels and cardiac inflammatory markers, providing insight into the risk of heart disease and stroke.

What is the Best Test to Check Your Heart Health? 

Discover unparalleled insights into your heart health with the Next Health Cardiac Wellness Test. This test evaluates your risk of heart disease while also analyzing inflammation markers associated with increased cardiovascular risk.

Markers include:

If you're interested in diving deeper into your heart health, consider the Executive Physical, which includes a CT Calcium Score, Chest CT, and more.

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What Are The Potential Benefits

Increase Energy Levels
Improve Focus & Concentration
Reduce Inflammation
Enhance Skin Health
Build Immunity
Improve Sleep Quality

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Why We're Different Than Your Doctor

At Next Health, we stand apart from traditional medical practices in several fundamental ways that prioritize your proactive health and wellness:

We Optimize, Not Normalize

In conventional medicine, doctors often rely on "normal" lab results, which can sometimes be limited in providing a comprehensive view of your health. The concept of "normal" is based on the middle 95% of results, fitting within a typical bell-shaped curve. This means that even if you fall from the top 90% to the bottom 10% for a particular marker, it could still be considered "normal." At Next Health, we take a different approach. Our Functional Medicine Experts understand that what's optimal for you might differ from a generalized "normal." We utilize a unique reference range to assess your optimization, aiming for your best possible health.

We Are 17 Years Ahead

Studies published in prestigious medical journals, including the Annals of Internal Medicine and the Journal of the American Medical Association, have shown that physicians can lag behind the latest research by an average of 17 years. At Next Health, we're committed to breaking that cycle. We bring you to the forefront of health optimization by offering cutting-edge medical services that are backed by the latest scientific advancements. This means you receive care that is current, effective, and aligned with the most up-to-date research available.

Personalized Approach

The average American spends a mere 20 minutes with their primary care provider annually, leaving minimal room for exploring the intricacies of your individual health needs. Recognizing that every individual's health journey is unique, we take a personalized approach at Next Health. We understand that your body, history, and goals are distinct, and we tailor a health optimization plan that best suits your specific needs. Our aim is to guide you toward the best possible results based on your individual circumstances.

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Should I Test My Heart Health? 

As heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, this test can benefit anyone. Doctors especially recommend testing your heart health if you: 

  • Have a personal or family history of cardiac issue
  • Have a history of smoking
  • Lack exercise and/or live a sedentary lifestyle (spend majority of your day sitting or lying down)
  • Regularly eat processed and/or packaged foods
Happy clients - Next health
Happy clients - Next health

Should I Test My Heart Health? 

As heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, this test can benefit anyone. Doctors especially recommend testing your heart health if you: 

  • Have a personal or family history of cardiac issue
  • Have a history of smoking
  • Lack exercise and/or live a sedentary lifestyle (spend majority of your day sitting or lying down)
  • Regularly eat processed and/or packaged foods

What Should I Expect from My Wellness Test Appointment? 

Reserve your Biomarker Test and we will contact you to confirm your appointment. During business hours, please allow an hour for us to contact you and 24 hours outside of business hours to book your appointment. Please make sure we have the best point of contact information to guarantee we can reach you to confirm your appointment.

This 10 -15 min appointment is for a blood draw that is conducted on-site at either West Hollywood, Century City, Studio City, or Midtown NYC. Alternatively, we can send a professional to you if you live within the area.

Once the results are in, you will have a consultation with one of our Next Health professionals.

This test requires the patient intake form, please complete the form at the time of your purchase.

*A travel on-demand fee is separate

Happy clients - Next health
Happy clients - Next health

What Should I Expect from My Wellness Test Appointment? 

Reserve your Biomarker Test and we will contact you to confirm your appointment. During business hours, please allow an hour for us to contact you and 24 hours outside of business hours to book your appointment. Please make sure we have the best point of contact information to guarantee we can reach you to confirm your appointment.

This 10 -15 min appointment is for a blood draw that is conducted on-site at either West Hollywood, Century City, Studio City, or Midtown NYC. Alternatively, we can send a professional to you if you live within the area.

Once the results are in, you will have a consultation with one of our Next Health professionals.

This test requires the patient intake form, please complete the form at the time of your purchase.

*A travel on-demand fee is separate

Happy clients - Next health

Should I Test My Heart Health? 

As heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, this test can benefit anyone. Doctors especially recommend testing your heart health if you: 

  • Have a personal or family history of cardiac issue
  • Have a history of smoking
  • Lack exercise and/or live a sedentary lifestyle (spend majority of your day sitting or lying down)
  • Regularly eat processed and/or packaged foods
Happy clients - Next health

What Should I Expect from My Wellness Test Appointment? 

Reserve your Biomarker Test and we will contact you to confirm your appointment. During business hours, please allow an hour for us to contact you and 24 hours outside of business hours to book your appointment. Please make sure we have the best point of contact information to guarantee we can reach you to confirm your appointment.

This 10 -15 min appointment is for a blood draw that is conducted on-site at either West Hollywood, Century City, Studio City, or Midtown NYC. Alternatively, we can send a professional to you if you live within the area.

Once the results are in, you will have a consultation with one of our Next Health professionals.

This test requires the patient intake form, please complete the form at the time of your purchase.

*A travel on-demand fee is separate

What Do My Baseline Blood Test Results Mean?

From all of our Baseline Tests collected over the years, we’ve compiled results from 100 individuals. As indicated by the below graphs, the majority of participants unknowingly had suboptimal levels, but are still considered “healthy” by conventional standards.

At Next Health, we look for optimal levels and value the incremental 1% improvements in your data over time.
These seemingly small enhancements can accumulate to create a substantial difference in your overall well-being for lasting vitality and longevity.

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Vital in healthy aging for women and influences muscle mass, weight, energy levels, & more. Optimal Range: 75-200 ng/dL
Informs nearly every aspect of men’s health: weight, muscle mass, energy, sleep, heart health, & more. Optimal Range: 800-1200 ng/dL
The LDL cholesterol measures the "bad" type of cholesterol in your blood. Optimal levels of LDL reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and promote your longevity. Optimal is <100
Measures your average sugar intake over the last three months to prevent metabolic conditions. Optimal levels of reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, promotes weight loss, and enhances overall quality of life. Optimal < 5.2 %
Vitamin D is actually considered a “precursor hormone.” Optimal levels of vitamin D are linked to healthy hormone levels, getting sick less often, clearer skin, feeling less anxious and depressed, and more. Optimal Range 60-80 ng/mL
The key marker of inflammation. Inflammation is known as “the root of all disease.” Optimal levels of hsCRP are linked to a longer lifespan, healthy blood pressure levels, thinking more clearly, and more. Optimal is <1

Cardiac Wellness Test

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Why We're Different Than Your Doctor

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