DETECTION OF LIFE-THREATENING DISEASES
WHY SHOULD I GET TESTED?
High homocysteine levels increase your chance of developing coronary artery disease by 50%. It has also been associated with increased risk of bone fracture, peripheral vascular disease, poor cognitive function, and blood clotting disorders that lead to heart attack or stroke.
GET ANSWERS NOW!
Secure Health Partners is your local source for reliable and quick test procedures.
- Safe & Easy Testing
- Professionally Trained Onsite Staff
HOW IT WORKS
Just three simple steps to get your results:
1. WALK-IN OR SCHEDULE YOUR TEST
Simply walk in during normal business hours, or call ahead to schedule with us 303-963-5554
2. VISIT OUR OFFICE
Our professional team will perform your quick and easy test procedure
3. GET YOUR RESULTS
Quick turnaround time with test results delivered via Email, mailed to your home, or picked up at our office.
Call (303) 963-5554 today with any questions!
- When should I get tested?
To monitor diagnosed heart disease, or if you have risk factors related to heart disease such as family history, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol; although, it is important to take proactive action if you experience any of the following signs or symptoms relating to heart disease or a vitamin deficiency:
- Chest pain
- Shortness of breath
- Irregular heart beats
- Weakness or dizziness
- What is being tested?
Homocysteine is an amino acid, which is a chemical that builds proteins. It is generally present in small amounts in the body's cells, but too much homocysteine is harmful to your arteries.
- Do I need to fast?
Yes, do not eat and only drink water for 8 hours before the blood sample is collected.
- How do I get the results?
The results usually take 3 to 5 business days and can be delivered in 3 convenient ways: directly to your device through email, sent to your home through mail, or picked up in the office.
- Other tests I may be interested in?
Upgrade to the Cardiovascular Panel or High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein Test to take a deeper look into your overall heart health.