Microvascular Testing

Non-invasive microvascular testing specialists

About Microvascular Testing

Microvascular testing is a specialized healthcare service that focuses on assessing the function and health of small blood vessels in the body. Our experienced medical professionals use advanced diagnostic tools and techniques such as sudomotor technology and autonomic nervous system testing is used to analyze the sweat glands, cardiac impedance mapping is used to monitor blood flow, and ankle-brachial index testing to evaluate blood flow and vessel structure in small blood vessels. This non-invasive technique is crucial for diagnosing and monitoring conditions such as peripheral artery disease (PAD) and chronic venous insufficiency. Through this comprehensive evaluation, we can provide patients with an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plan to improve the patient’s health and quality of life. Patients suffering from the following conditions can greatly benefit from microvascular testing:


People with diabetes are at higher risk of developing microvascular complications such as retinopathy, nephropathy, and neuropathy.

High Cholesterol

Elevated cholesterol is the building block of plaque that forms in our arteries.


High blood pressure can damage the small blood vessels in the kidneys, eyes, and other organs.


This condition involves the buildup of plaque in the arteries, which can lead to blockages and reduced blood flow in the microvasculature.

Autoimmune Diseases

Conditions such as systemic sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis can affect the function and structure of small blood vessels.

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

PAD involves blockages in the arteries that supply blood to the limbs, which can lead to reduced blood flow in the microvasculature.

Chronic Fatigue

Chronic fatigue is an autonomic nervous system issue that can be identified and treated.


There are many causes of dizziness and our testing can help identify this.

Brain fog and COVID Long Hauler Symptoms

This is rooted in inflammation in the body and testing can help identify where inflammation is occurring, leading to treatment.

Chronic Pain

There are many causes of chronic pain, including blood flow issues that can be identified by microvascular testing.


Neuropathy is a nerve inflammation condition.

Why Is Microvascular Testing Important?

Microvascular testing helps physicians at Next Level Care CT diagnose and monitor these conditions, assess the risk of complications, and evaluate the effectiveness of treatments. It can also be used to assess the microvasculature in healthy individuals to establish a baseline and detect changes over time. Microvascular testing is an essential tool for maintaining vascular health and preventing or managing microvascular complications. Other types of microvascular testing available at Next Level Care CT include:


If you are tired of suffering from ADHD, the inability to concentrate, memory loss, or anxiety, we can map your brainwaves and help restore their function through simple exercises.

Neural Scan

If you have memory loss, this test will allow us to define what part of the brain is affected and is a screen for the development of dementia.

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Benefits of Microvascular Testing

Next Level’s advanced technology can detect early signs of microvascular dysfunction before symptoms appear. By identifying individuals at high risk for developing microvascular complications, Next Level Care CT can create preventive treatments including lifestyle modifications, medications, and other treatments for microvascular function.

Inflammation Management

Includes autoimmune diseases, neuropathy, long hauler COVID symptoms, etc…

Identify Pain

Identification of chronic pain causes and sources so you can be on a path for recovery.

Neuro Analysis

Identify causes related to dizziness and brain fog.

High Blood Pressure

Hypertension, high cholesterol, and atherosclerosis are a few of the many issues associated with high blood pressure that we can diagnose and help treat with microvascular testing.

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Next Level Care CT

Next Level Care CT
2247 East Main Street
Suite #102
Waterbury, CT 06705