An Echocardiogram is one of the most non-invasive ways to assess the overall function of your heart.

What is an Echocardiogram?

An echocardiogram (also called an echo) is a type of ultrasound test that measures the function of your heart.

An Echocardiogram can effectively help diagnose physical problems with the heart, such as valve dysfunction, abnormal chamber size, or even congenital heart disease.

During an Echocardiogram, high-pitched waves echo off different parts of the heart. These echoes are turned into moving images of each section of the heart, which are viewed on a video screen.
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Types of Echocardiogram

Our Aylo Health team is skilled at performing a variety of Echocardiogram tests including:

Transthoracic Echocardiogram

Obtains views of the heart by moving a device over the outside of the chest. Also known as TTE.

Stress Echocardiogram

Performed before and after your heart is stressed and monitors blood flow to your heart.

Doppler Echocardiogram

Analyzes how blood flows through heart chambers, valves, and vessels.

Why get an Echocardiogram at Aylo?

Quick & Easy

Our services are always quick, easy, and painless. Just make sure that you follow our ‘How do I prepare’ guidelines, for a more smoother and faster visit.

Fast Results

Results take a few days to read and review. Your doctor will schedule a follow-up to discuss your results.

Skilled Team

Our team of providers and technicians is skilled at performing a variety of Echocardiogram tests.

State-of-the-art Imaging

This test can be performed at our state-of-the-art Aylo HealthImaging at Stockbridge facility, as well as at two of our Primary Care locations.

Professional service. The staff is amazing. Very courteous and compassionate. They actually answer the phone and can make appointments easily. Doctors are 100% pure awesome. Great services.

- Paul S. | Aylo Patient

Echocardiograms made simple & easy

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I need to prepare?

– Avoid consuming stimulants such as caffeine, coffee or tea before your test.
– Refrain from smoking or any strenuous exercise on the day of the test.
– Your doctor may ask you to refrain from eating a few hours prior to your test.
– Arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.

When will results be available?

Results take a few days to read and analyze and will be discussed at your follow-up appointment.

Have Questions?

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