Heart Sound REcorder
The Heart Sound Recorder (HSR) is a device invented by Royal Lee in the 1930’s. It’s purpose is to objectively assess the heart’s rate, rhythm and tone and then supply it with the proper nutrients. Since the time of its development coupled with technological advancements, the HSR has evolved making it easier and more efficient in applying it in a clinic setting.
Heart disease is the #1 cause for death in both men and women, and the sobering fact is that heart attacks occur asymptomatically, meaning there may actually be no symptom or warning.
The HSR places an amplifier on all 4 valves. It then gets recorded and graphed. As a result we can see the efficiency of the heart, as well as it’s weakness, it’s like having an MRI for the heart right in your office.
This is an invaluable tool to both practitioner and patient in aims of improving their health and achieving the most desirable results.