OUR MEDICAL SPECIALISTS CARE ABOUT YOU & YOUR FAMILY’S HEALTH
FINDING A HEART ABNORMALITY OR VASCULAR CONDITION DOES NOT NECESSARILY MEAN THE END OF SPORTS FOR A YOUNG ATHLETE. BUT PLAYING WITH AN UNDETECTED CONDITION COULD LEAD TO SERIOUS COMPLICATIONS.
Our qualified technologists and board certified reading cardiologists, pediatric cardiologists, and radiologists are trained to identify the specific cardiovascular conditions that can impact an individual's life or health.
Pre-Existing Heart Conditions
Even if a person receives a clean bill of health from a physician, passes fitness tests, and exhibits no symptoms, he or she could still be at risk for one or more of these cardiovascular conditions, potentially putting the people's lives in danger.
Many conditions can be corrected, cured, or managed if identified early, allowing athletes to continue pursuing the activities they love.
OUR TESTING MODEL IS UNMATCHED
Tests performed by I.N.A.C.T are done during a routine examination, yet they are important in detecting not only abnormalities that can prove life-threatening but can also alert athletes to conditions that may affect them later in life.
Diagnosis empowers individuals to make important decisions to effectively manage their health, whether that means undergoing further evaluation or surgery to fix a defect, coming to terms with physical limitations, or being aware of a condition that may pose serious consequences later in life.
Our comprehensive testing program includes EKG, echocardiogram, and vascular ultrasound. All tests are non-invasive, and we protect the privacy of our clients.
INACT is working with the leaders in the health care industry such as evox system and SMA laboratory
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Even if an athlete receives a clean bill of health from a physician, passes fitness tests, and exhibits no symptoms, he or she could still be at risk for one or more of these cardiovascular conditions, potentially putting the athlete’s life in danger.