Services & Procedures

Arterial Doppler

An Arterial Doppler is an ultrasound study of the arteries located in the arms or legs. High-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) are used to obtain images of structure in the body. The ultrasound images can help the clinician evaluate arterial blockages, such as plaque.

Cardiac Catherization

A Cardiac Catherization is a procedure used to diagnose and treat cardiovascular conditions. During a cardiac catherization, a long, thin tube called a catheter is inserted in an artery or vein in the groin, neck or arm and threaded through the blood vessels to the heart. Using the catheter, doctors can then perform diagnostic tests.

Carotid Doppler

A Carotid Doppler is an ultrasound study of the arteries located in the neck. High-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) are used to obtain images of the structures inside the body. Ultrasound imaging can help the clinician detect narrowing, or stenosis, of the carotid artery. 

Department of Motor Vehicle Physical

Our office does accept and perform Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) physicals for our ACTIVE primary care patients. These physicals must be scheduled in advance and are fee-for-service based appointments, meaning insurance will not cover the cost.


An Echocardiogram is a painless test that uses ultrasound imaging to examine the size, strength and structure of the heart, as well to assess the health of the heart valves.

Holter Monitor

A Holter Monitor is a portable device that continuously records the rhythm of the heart by means of electrodes attached to the chest. Our office offers two different cardiac monitors: a 24-hour Holter Monitor and an extended day holter monitor, which can be worn up to two weeks.

Pacemaker Implant

A Pacemaker is a small device with two parts: a generator and wires (leads or electrodes). It’s placed under the skin in the chest to help control the heartbeat.

Treadmill Exercise Test

Treadmill Exercise Test (TET) is a cardiovascular stress test that uses treadmill exercise with electrocardiography (ECG), blood pressure monitoring and sometimes echocardiography. This test is a non-invasive way of looking for signs of poor blood flow through the coronary arteries. It can also be used to assess exercise capacity and heart rhythm disorders.