Stroke Prevention Program
Strokes can be actively prevented. Having a stroke means having brain damage from inadequate or interrupted blood flow to the brain. To prevent this, you need to undergo a systematic evaluation of the health of your heart and blood vessels and be evaluated for the possibility of irregular heartbeats. For more information, click HERE
Complete Cardiac and Vascular Risk Assessment
Heart disease is a “Silent Killer,” but it is not invisible. Most heart disease is the result of natural aging. It can be seen, measured, and managed. The heart is also a moving organ. To know your heart’s health, you must see it in action. This can be done thoroughly, and non-invasively without the use of radiation or chemicals.
The heart and circulation naturally change with age. Managing the process is essential to reduce the risk of heart and brain damage (heart attacks, heart failure, strokes and vascular dementia). Thoughtful testing, beyond simple labs or X-rays, provides very specific, individual guidance on how to prevent heart and vascular disease.
Testing without follow-up is of very limited use. We do not simply order a series of tests and then tell you to “discuss with your doctor.” We are responsible for every patient of our practice, and every patient remains a patient indefinitely so that all issues necessary for the maintenance of health can be directly addressed. We are your doctors. A test without a doctor is like a map without guide.