Speaker: Tim Bahan, Standard Process of OH
The Simple Solution Starts with the Most Important Muscle in the Body – the HEART!
This easy to use machine targets exactly what the patient needs and actually graphs the results! The Heart Sound Recorder is a computer-based, low risk, general wellness device that displays, records, and graphs heart sounds.
The body’s response to certain stressors, i.e. chemical, nutritional and emotional, can be observed in the rate, rhythm and tone of the heart using this type of device. Comparison graphs can help to determine the effectiveness of actions taken to improve the quality of life.Each participant will receive an individualized heart graph with nutritional recommendations based on the findings.
Clinical Program Highlights:
– A brief history of the Endocardiograph invented by Dr. Royal Lee
– Introducing the new Heart Sound Recorder
– Understanding the three cardiac essentials displayed through auscultation: Rate, Rhythm and Tone (normal heart rate, systolic and diastolic rest ratios, quality of first sounds and second sounds)
– Autonomic nervous system imbalances
– Determining nutritional deficiencies
– Each attendee will have the opportunity to be tested
– Integrating the HSR into your established practice
Suggested Preparations for the Heart Sound Recorder Graph:
– Be dressed so that you can comfortably get down to one thinner layer of clothing
– Do not eat or drink caffeine 2 hours prior to the test as sounds of digestion can mask a solid reading of the heart
– Give yourself a relaxed time frame around scan.