EKG Specialist

Verma Health

Internal Medicine & Cardiology located in Boynton Beach, FL

If there are any concerns about your heart, you may need an electrocardiogram (EKG), which is a simple, noninvasive test that assesses the electrical activity in your heart. Cardiology and internal medicine practice, Verma Health in Boynton Beach, Florida, has an in-house EKG machine and can perform the test without delay, and the expert physicians, which includes two cardiologists, can provide the results quickly. To learn more about the EKG, call the office or book online today.


What is an EKG?

An EKG is a noninvasive cardiac test that measures the electrical impulses in your heart. It’s used to assess and detect cardiac abnormalities. The team at Verma Health include cardiology specialists who can evaluate your test and provide the most appropriate treatment to maintain or improve heart health. 

Why would I need an EKG?

There are many reasons why the team at Verma Health may recommend you get an EKG test. Some of the most common include:

  • Assess heart rhythm
  • Rule out or confirm a heart attack
  • Monitor cardiac health after the implementation of treatments
  • Check for blockages that may affect blood flow

If you come to the office complaining of chest pain, the team may suggest an EKG to rule out any serious health conditions.

How do I prepare for an EKG?

There’s nothing special you need to do to prepare for an EKG. In fact, in many cases, the EKG test is conducted on the same day it’s recommended. However, you should tell the team about all the medications or supplements you’re taking as they may alter the results of your test.

What can I expect during an EKG?

The team at Verma Health conduct your EKG test at the office. It takes just a couple minutes and is completely painless. You won’t even have to get up from your chair!.

Once you’re ready, a medical assistant will place the electrodes on your chest and arms. In some cases, you may also need electrodes on your legs. The assistant may need to shave some of the hair on your body to improve the adhesion of the electrodes to your skin.

When all the electrodes are in place, your test begins. The actual EKG only takes less than one minute. Your provider requests that you stay as still as possible during your EKG so they can get the most accurate results. 

There’s no downtime following an EKG, and you can resume your usual activities afterward unless directed otherwise by the team at Verma Health.

The cardiac specialists at Verma Health review the results of your EKG and develop the most appropriate treatment plan.

The EKG is a simple painless test that offers valuable information about your heart. To learn more, call Verma Health or request an appointment online today.