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Our Services


Cardiac Services

ULTRASOUNDS: Non-invasive imaging of the heart to identify any potential problems.

CALCIUM SCORE: A quick, painless test to evaluate the risk of heart disease.

HOLTER / EVENT MONITOR: Continuous monitoring to detect heart rhythm problems.

STRESS TESTING: Evaluate heart function and detect heart disease during exercise.

INVASIVE / INTERVENTIONAL: Minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and treat heart conditions.

CORONARY & PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE: Diagnosis and treatment of blockages in the heart and blood vessels.

PACEMAKER & DEFIBRILLATOR CHECKS: Regular monitoring to ensure proper function of these devices.

HEART PETSCAN, CATHETERIZATION: Advanced imaging and diagnostic procedures to detect heart disease.

ANGIOPLASTY: Minimally invasive procedure to open blocked arteries and restore blood flow.


Emergency Services

12 Lead Electrocardiogram (EKG): A non-invasive test that records the electrical activity of the heart to detect any abnormalities.

Calcium Score: A non-invasive CT scan that measures the amount of calcium in the coronary arteries to assess the risk of heart disease.

Angioplasty: A minimally invasive procedure to open blocked or narrowed blood vessels, typically used to treat coronary artery disease.

Holter monitoring/Event Recorder: Continuous monitoring of the heart’s electrical activity to diagnose heart rhythm problems.

Stress and Nuclear Imaging: Non-invasive imaging tests to evaluate heart function and blood flow during exercise, often used to diagnose heart disease.

Leg Pains

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT): A blood clot in a deep vein, often causing leg pain, swelling, and redness.

Electrolyte Imbalance: An imbalance of minerals in the body, which can cause muscle cramps, weakness, and pain in the legs.

Spinal Stenosis: A narrowing of the spinal canal that can cause leg pain, numbness, and weakness.

Sciatica: Pain that radiates from the lower back down the leg, often caused by compression of the sciatic nerve.

Arthritis: Inflammation of the joints, which can cause pain, stiffness, and swelling in the legs.

Pulled Muscle: A strain or tear of a muscle, often caused by overuse or sudden movement, which can cause pain in the legs.

Sprain: An injury to a ligament, often caused by twisting or stretching, which can cause pain and swelling in the legs.

Stress Fracture: A small crack in a bone, often caused by overuse, which can cause pain in the legs.

Tendinitis: Inflammation of a tendon, which can cause pain and stiffness in the legs.

Varicose Veins: Swollen, twisted veins near the surface of the skin, which can cause aching, pain, and discomfort in the legs.

Arterial Disease: A condition in which the arteries that supply blood to the legs become narrowed or blocked, typically caused by atherosclerosis.

Arterial Disease

Smoking: Smoking cigarettes can damage the lining of the arteries, leading to atherosclerosis and arterial disease.

Diabetes: High blood sugar levels can damage the blood vessels and increase the risk of atherosclerosis and arterial disease.

Obesity (a body mass index over 30): Excess weight can increase the risk of atherosclerosis and arterial disease, as well as other health problems.

High blood pressure: High blood pressure can damage the arteries and increase the risk of atherosclerosis and arterial disease.

High cholesterol: High levels of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol can lead to the buildup of plaque in the arteries, increasing the risk of atherosclerosis and arterial disease.

Increasing age, especially after age 65 or after 50 if you have risk factors for atherosclerosis: Arterial disease becomes more common as people age, especially if they have other risk factors.

A family history of peripheral artery disease, heart disease, or stroke: Genetics may play a role in the development of arterial disease.

High levels of homocysteine: Elevated levels of this amino acid in the blood may increase the risk of atherosclerosis and arterial disease.