With the HeartQuest
Heart Rate Variability System
Set yourself apart by offering your clients what few other clinicians can—a visual way to peek into their body and show how your therapy is helping them to heal.
The proof is in the pictures!
In the image below, each row shows the five overview health parameters on the main HeartQuest™ screen and represents information based on a heart rate variability (HRV) scan for one office visit. As you follow the scans down, you can easily see how this client's health parameters have improved over time. Clients love independent verification and hard evidence of the changes taking place in their health.
This is only one of the many HeartQuest screens. Wait until you see all it can tell you about your client!
The HeartQuest Heart Rate Variability Can Supercharge Your Practice
HeartQuest—an advanced heart rate variability assessment system—can help take your practice to new heights.
• Determine your clients’ health starting point, so you don’t have to guess at what’s really
happening to them physiologically
• Show your clients exactly how your therapy has beneficially shifted their health
• Track changes in each client over time to show incremental health improvements
• Keep clients committed to a therapy by engaging them in charting their progress
• Determine which therapy is most effective for a particular client
• Provide clients an interactive “take-home” therapy for reducing stress that complements your therapy
• Empower yourself as a therapist with knowledge of when and how to shift a therapy to get the best results
What Does Heart Rate Variability Have to Do with Your Practice?
Just about everything!
Heart rate variability long ago left the sheltered realms of cardiology to go mainstream because it was discovered that it is one of the best indicators of a person’s overall, general state of health.
Heart rate variability measures the beat-to-beat changes in the heart. It reveals how stress—which has been called the “silent killer”—is affecting the cardiovascular and autonomic nervous systems, which are crucial to healing. The developers of HeartQuest have been able to use heart rate variability not only to show you how stress is affecting your client, but they have extrapolated other kinds of health information from the ECG wave form.
High Heart Rate Variability
Equates with a robust and adaptive cardiovascular system and autonomic nervous system that is responsive to internal and
external stressors. Correlates to increased self-healing capacities and overall good health.
Low Heart Rate Variability
Equates with a weakened capacity for self-healing, a higher risk for health problems, and even increased mortality. Correlates to
body systems that are less flexible and adaptive to internal and external stressors.
HeartQuest Advanced Heart Rate Variability System
HeartQuest assesses the body’s regulatory systems and biorhythms based on heart rate variability. A scan takes only five minutes (300 heartbeats) using ECG wrist leads to measure heart rate variability. Information is extracted from the ECG frequency wave and correlated to a number of important health parameters.
Developed in Russia and brought to the United States by Dr. Javdat Karimov and Dr. Michael Kessler, HeartQuest has quickly become recognized as the most advanced heart rate variability assessment software for non-cardiological use.
HeartQuest is one of the easiest, quickest, and most reliable ways to visually show how deep your therapy goes and how far its effects reach in the body.
From the autonomic nervous system to psycho-emotional health, from the neuro-hormonal system to biorhythms, from the meridians of traditional Chinese medicine to Ayurvedic doshas, HeartQuest puts unparalleled levels of health information at your fingertips.
• Easy-to-understand, colorful graphical screens and Help screens
• Side-by-side scan view for comparing Before Therapy and After Therapy scans and tracking changes over time
• Reports printed with a click of the mouse
• Breathing and music programs individualized to each client, based on their scan to help them improve HRV. Download these to
provide a “take-home” therapy for each client.
• Drop-down screens for information about diet, therapeutic essential oils, and other areas of complementary health
HeartQuest Screens: Health Information at a Glance
Below are images of HeartQuest screens. Each screen reveals multitudes of information, although only highlights are called out below. Practitioners can easily extract the information they find most useful, using only the screens they find most applicable to their modality.
ECG Main Screen Shows resting pulse rate, ECG tracing, heart rate variability rhythmogram, and five overview indices of the functional state of various physiological systems.
ANS Regulation Screen Upper part of screen reveals how hard the body is working in relation to its stress load, with the pie chart illustrating the proportion of sympathetic, parasympathetic and neuro-hormonal activity. The bottom screen reveals how balanced or imbalanced the ANS is and how strong or weak the person’s vital force is.
Neuro-Hormonal Screen Upper screen reveals correlations to 600 hormones and their regulatory coherence. Bottom screen reveals the state of metabolic resources (anabolic and catabolic processes).
Psycho-Emotional Screen Reveals correlations to the electrical activity of the brain and brain wave activity. This information is further correlated to the client’s psycho-emotional state. This screen shot shows the Help file to the right with explanations of where the scan result fits into the range of psycho-emotional states.
Functional State Parameters Screen Upper screen shows another view of the relative proportions of the four major regulatory systems. This “pie” should fill in as health improves. Bottom screen shows how client compares with others of his or her age in terms of health condition.
Biorhythms Fractal Portrait Screen Upper screen shows “biorhythm coherence” as it correlates to downstream hormones, such as cortisol and melatonin, that influence circadian rhythms and other biorhythms. The lower screen shows the client’s actual age and his or her “biological” age. When in robust health, a client’s biological age should be at or lower than his or her chronological age.
Meridians Screen The Russian developers of the system are well-schooled in Eastern medicine and so developed methods to extract data from the frequencies of the ECG wave regarding meridians, chakras, doshas and other bioenergetic states. To the left is the meridian scan results, showing the 12-hour Chinese meridian clock (the white arrow indicates the time of the scan and the meridian that is dominant at that time) and the state of each meridian. It also shows how the Ayurvedic doshas correlate to the meridians. To the right is the Help screen showing what each color means in terms of energy flow through the meridians.
Chinese Five Elements Screen Shows the correlations between the meridians and the 5 Elements, the direction of energy flow between each meridian pair, and the overall balance of the client’s Yin and Yang energy.
Ayurvedic Doshas and Chinese 5 Elements Reveals the proportional energy in each of the three doshas and the five elements. You can select icons that reveal essential oils and diet recommendations for the predominate dosha.
Chakras Screen Shows the relative power of each chakra. Icons at the top right allow you to select a screen that lists the essential oils related to each chakra and a music program individualized to that particular client’s scan. You can download that music program and send it home with the client for use between office visits.
Aura Screen Reveals the energy level of the aura.
Contact Us for More Information
Put HeartQuest heart rate variability and biosystem analysis to use in your clinic today and supercharge your practice! To find out more about HeartQuest, contact Joyce Cary by phone at (336) 778-1950 or by email.
Note: The HeartQuest heart rate variability software was designed for PCs running a Windows operating system.
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