Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is arguably the most important biometric, and, until recently, it was not accessible outside of hospitals or without the use of very expensive equipment. Thanks to advances in technology we can now easily and affordably use HRV to help guide patient care, open the door to deeper patient insights & connections and help our patients take self-responsibility and care outcomes to the next level.
Participants of this course can expect to learn the basics of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and go a bit further. We will cover everything from the basics of what HRV is and the various associated metrics to the deep science behind HRV. Participants will learn how to administer HRV readings, the general interpretation of HRV results & trends, the general application of HRV in clinical practice, and how to explain HRV to patients. Participants will leave this course with a healthy understanding of HRV and how it may benefit their patients and their practice.
|HRV Handout (Dr. Hopper) (2.4 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Dr. Hopper is an undergraduate of Northern Illinois University and received his Doctor of Chiropractic in 2015 from National University of Health Sciences were he currently is on faculty. Dr. Hopper runs a multi-disciplinary successful clinic in St. Charles, IL and is the Chief of Wellness at Optimal Heart Rate Variability.
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