Our Individualized Treatment Options

A Full Spectrum of Treatment Options

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Structural Heart
Disease

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Electrophysiology
& Arrhythmias

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Peripheral Vascular
Disease

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Advanced
Heart Failure

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We Believe In Educating Our Patients About Their Choices

Our team utilizes scientific knowledge and our clinical expertise to help diagnose, treat, and care for our patients. We are committed to constantly staying up-to-date with the latest treatment options and technology.

Heart Attacks

According to the American Heart Association, approximately every 25 seconds, an American will experience a coronary event, and approximately every minute, someone will die of

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Chest Pain & Angina

Coronary artery disease is the disease of heart blood vessels that leads to fatty deposits to form on the vessel walls. These deposits, called plaques,

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Bradycardia, Syncope

Bradycardia refers to a slow heart rate defined as below 60 beats per minute. Sick Sinus Syndrome is a condition when the heart’s natural pacemaker

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Aortic Stenosis

Aortic sclerosis is the abnormal thickening of the aortic valve. The presence of aortic sclerosis has been associated with a 50% increased risk of heart

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Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation, or “A-Fib”, is the most common heart rhythm problem (“cardiac arrhythmia”) in the US. A patient with A-Fib may have no symptoms or

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Carotid Artery Stenosis

When narrowing occurs in the main arteries that flow to the brain, the condition is called “carotid artery disease”. This can increase a person’s risk

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Varicose Veins

Vein disease in the leg can cause pain, swollen legs, skin changes, varicose veins, and evey open sores. These happen when the vein stops working

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Risk Factors

According to the American Heart Association, there are nearly 84 million American adults with at least 1 form of cardiovascular disease. That’s 1 in 3!

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