We are proud to serve our community with the highest caliber of cardiovascular care.
Meet the four new esteemed doctors joining our team of New Jersey’s Leading Cardiovascular Specialists -
Dr. Robert Mohapatra, Dr. Bryan Saia, Dr. Vivek Sailam, and Dr. Jason Smith.

Please call 856-546-3006 ext. 2100 to make an appointment. 

Take Our Free Self-Assessment to Determine Your Risk for PAD

Knowing your PAD risk helps you effectively monitor and manage your vascular health. Our team of skilled vascular specialists at The Heart House is here to help you find a solution.



What is PAD?

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a serious circulatory condition in which the blood vessels that carry blood to the legs become damaged or diseased, blocking blood flow to your limbs. In the early stages of PAD, many people have no symptoms at all. As the disease progresses, individuals develop leg pain when walking, slow-healing leg sores, numbness, muscle weakness, and more.


Risks & Prevention

If left untreated, PAD can lead to chronic leg pain, mobility issues, and non-healing ulcers or infections that may require amputation. The good news is that early detection and treatment can help prevent complications. Take our quick and easy online self-assessment to determine your risk for PAD and find out if you should schedule an appointment with one of our dedicated vascular specialists.


How Can We Help?

Knowing your PAD risk helps you effectively monitor and manage your vascular health and prevent the disease from progressing. The vascular specialists at The Heart House are experts in diagnosing and treating vascular conditions, including peripheral arterial disease, peripheral vascular disease, chronic venous insufficiency, deep vein thrombosis, edema, varicose veins, and more. 

Start Your Self-Assessment

This short self-assessment helps our vascular specialists determine if you are a candidate for further evaluation. The assessment involves a series of yes or no questions that will take just a couple of moments to complete. Once your assessment is submitted, your results will indicate if you should schedule an appointment to evaluate your symptoms.

If the self-assessment shows that you may be at risk for vascular disease, be sure to schedule a consultation with one of our vascular specialists as soon as possible. The results of this test are not meant to formally diagnose you with any conditions but to direct you toward more accurate testing options if needed.

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