Diagnosis and treatment of irregular or abnormal heart rhythms which can lead to dizziness, palpitations, fainting, stroke, and even death. Learn More About Arrhythmia Management >>
Supervised exercise and lifestyle programs tailored for patients after heart attack, bypass surgery, or stents. Often covered by insurance.
Diagnosis and treatment of cholesterol disorders which can lead to premature heart attack, vascular disease, and stroke. Do you know your cholesterol? You should. If not, a simple blood test can help predict whether you need medications, further testing, and help predict your risk for developing heart disease. Learn More About Cholesterol
Congestive Heart Failure
Heart failure, also known as congestive heart failure, is a condition or a collection of symptoms in which the heart isn’t pumping enough blood to meet the body’s needs.
Pacemaker and Defibrillator Management
Pacemakers and defibrillators are small devices implanted in the chest that monitor and regulate the patient’s heartbeat. Pacemakers are generally used to treat irregular heartbeats and emit low energy electrical impulses to stimulate the heart into proper rhythm. Learn more about pacemakers >>
Implantable defibrillators (ICDs) are similar in size to pacemakers and can also manage arrhythmias. However they can also employ a high energy electrical impulse to help prevent Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) due to Ventricular Fibrillation or Ventricular Tachycardia. This device will be implanted prophylactically in patients that are at high risk of certain life-threatening arrhythmias. Learn more about ICDs >>
EECP (Enhanced External Counterpulsation)
An FDA approved non-invasive treatment for chronic chest pain/angina, shortness of breath, and fatigue. 75-85% of patients experience significant improvement of symptoms that may persist for up to 3 years. Learn more about Enhanced External Counterpulsation Treatment (EECP) >>
Full service patient care while in hospital
On staff at 8 different hospitals in southern NJ to provide emergency care, in-hospital evaluation, and cardiac care while in hospital.
Women’s Heart Health
Did you know that heart disease accounts for 39% of all female deaths in the United States? That means one out of every 2.6 women will die of heart disease, nearly 12 times the number that die from breast cancer. That is a very serious statistic. How much do you know about your heart health? Learn more about Women’s Heart Health >>