Tests help Dr. Mobley identify and monitor the at-risk cardiovascular patient. Berkeley’s proprietary advanced lipid testing measures small, dense LDL subclasses, extended-range Lp(a), the most efficient particle for reverse cholesterol transport, HDL2b, and CRP themeasure of inflammation.

This test allows Dr. Mobley to monitor changes in the seven LDL and five HDL subclasses and adjust therapy to truly target treatment.

Each patient is given a personalized diet and exercise program developed for their specific needs.

Dr. Mobley uses the Berkeley Heart Test to aggressively treat his patients who have already been diagnosed with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease. He also urges patients with a family history of early cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease and patients with multiple risk factors who are serious about taking control of their health to have a Berkeley Heart Test.

Please feel free to call our office if you are interested.

Quick Tip

"Cardiac arrest strikes immediately and without warning."

Here are the signs:

  • Sudden loss of responsiveness. No response to gentle shaking.
  • No normal breathing. The victim does not take a normal breath when you check for several seconds.
  • No signs of circulation. No movement or coughing.
  • If cardiac arrest occurs, call 9-1-1 and begin CPR immediately. If an automated external defibrillator (AED) is available and someone trained to use it is nearby, involve them.

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