Conditions Treated

Aorta Disease

Aorta disease is when part of the heart or aortic wall weakens and balloons out, filling with blood.
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An arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat that is often harmless but may be serious.
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An enlarged or abnormally stiff or thick heart that causes the heart to pump more weakly than normal.
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Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease

Heart and blood vessel disease can include many problems, including blood vessel blockages and heart attacks.
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Coronary Artery Disease

Blocked off clogged arteries limit blood flow to the heart. When this happens, the heart is starved of oxygen and nutrients.
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Heart Attack

A heart attack happens when the heart doesn’t get enough blood and oxygen.
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Heart Failure

The heart can’t pump as powerfully as it needs to, causing the heart muscles to overwork and weaken.
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Heart Valve Disease

When the heart valves that control blood flow into and out of the heart do not function properly.
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Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)

High blood pressure in the arteries places extra strain on the heart.
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Peripheral Vascular Disease

Diseases of the circulatory system, including arteries, veins, lymph vessels or blood disorders.
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