Can You Have A Stress Test If You Can't Walk?

When you think of a stress test, you probably picture someone running on a treadmill, right? If you're unable to walk, then, you may assume a stress test is just not something you can complete. But this is not the case. There are other ways to conduct a stress test, so you should still look into getting one if you're at risk for heart disease but are unable to walk. Generally, your cardiologist will do what's called a pharmacological stress test instead. [Read More]