When it comes to matters of the heart, we want what you want – the best possible care for you and your family. Our passion for a strong, healthy heart runs deep, which is why our practice is committed to not only the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, but also to their prevention. We arm you with knowledge about your heart, so you can make better decisions now, and most importantly, for the future. We’re your heart’s new best friends, and your health’s best line of defense against cardiovascular diseases.
Beyond examinations and treatment, our team promises to assist you in adopting healthy lifestyle choices, and to treat you with evidence-based medical therapies. Using these therapies, we can prevent or strive to significantly halt the progression of cardiovascular diseases. Let’s work together to protect your heart, for your sake and your family’s. Our team of experts is behind you all the way. Schedule your appointment to get started. Your heart will thank you.
Areas of Practice
Maintain the healthiest heart possible with our professional clinical staff and board certified cardiologist. We deliver prompt, accurate test results and believe in a friendly, convenient and comfortable environment. We are proud to offer the following medical services for you and your family:
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A non-invasive test that uses sound waves to measure the flow of blood through the large carotid arteries that supply blood to your brain. These arteries can narrow down due to atherosclerosis, and may increase your risk of developing a stroke.
A non-invasive test that uses sound waves to measure the flow of blood through the arteries in your lower and upper extremities – used to detect arterial circulation abnormalities.
A non-invasive test that uses sound waves to measure the flow of blood through the veins in your upper and lower extremities – useful for the diagnosis of venous insufficiency and blood clots.
An EKG, or electrocardiogram, records the electrical activity of your heart and translates this activity to line tracings on a paper. The spikes and dips in the lines are called waves, and are used to determine many things about your heart, including unexplained chest pains, dizziness, fainting, irregular heartbeats, heart chamber activity and so much more.
A small medical device used to detect and evaluate sporadic, irregular heart rhythms. You will wear the device for 24-48 hours while the monitor records your heartbeat. More information is obtained from a diary we ask you to write in to record any symptoms you may be experiencing, like palpitations or racing heart.
A diagnostic test carried out to see whether a person has heart disease. There are many types of stress tests, but the most common test is the exercise electrocardiogram.
Cardiac event monitors
This is a small medical device used to monitor patients with transient cardiac symptoms. It’s usually worn for 2-3 weeks at a time for the purpose of “catching” and recording less frequent symptoms.
A test that makes use of pulsed or continuous wave Doppler ultrasound to take a picture of your heart. This test also allows doctors to view the velocity of blood and cardiac tissue for diagnostic purposes.
Cardiac Device Monitoring : Pacemaker, Defibrillators
All cardiac devices need routine scanning for proper functionality every 6 months, or more frequently if the doctor is concerned, regarding possible device malfunction. We can perform these tests on your device right in our offices utilizing a device programmer.
A form of echocardiography in which an echocardiographer takes pictures of your heart in its resting conditions. Then, you exercise on a treadmill, or piece of equipment to increase your heart rate. When you reach your maximum exercise capacity, a second set of images are obtained within one minute and compared to the baseline images. Typically, it only takes a 50% blockage of a coronary artery to cause changes on the images, which can be used for early detection of heart disease.
Nuclear stress test
A stress test that measures blood flow to your heart muscle, both at rest and during stress on the heart. It’s performed similarly to a routine exercise stress test, but provides images that can show areas of low blood flow through your heart and areas of damaged heart muscle.