Tilt table testing is a medical test that is used to evaluate a person’s response to changes in position. The test is typically used to diagnose a condition called syncope, which is a temporary loss of consciousness due to a decrease in blood flow to the brain. During the test, the person is typically strapped to a table that can be tilted to different positions. The person’s heart rate and blood pressure are monitored throughout the test to determine how their body responds to the changes in position. The test can help doctors determine the cause of a person’s syncope and develop a treatment plan.