Cardiopulmonary Capacity Test / VO2max
One of the greatest predictors of overall health and longevity.
The most important marker of risk, yielded by a cardiac exercise test is the measure of functional capacity.
Ideally, functional capacity should be measured via direct measurement of oxygen consumption.
VO2 max, or aerobic capacity, is known as your cardiopulmonary capacity. It’s a measurement of the maximum oxygen your body can consume during an incremental exercise test. In asymptomatic individuals, this test is the criterion measure for cardiopulmonary capacity.
We test your VO2 Max using a treadmill-based exercise test that provides an enhanced assessment of your cardiorespiratory function and your fitness level.