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What is Arrhythmia?

Atrial fibrillation is the most frequent kind of arrhythmia, but it's not the only one. We'll look at the many forms of irregular heartbeats and how they're handled in this article.

Sep 21st, 2021
Chest PAIN? This is Scary!

Pain is notoriously difficult to define, and different parts of your body might ache for different reasons.

Aug 31st, 2021
Depression and leg pain are linked

According to a study done by the National Center for Health Statistics, nearly one out of every ten males suffers from depressive symptoms, with fewer than half wanting to seek treatment.

Aug 20th, 2021
I have PAD, why do I now have a skin condition?

PAD affects blood circulation and can cause a variety of painful and unpleasant symptoms, including skin problems and alterations. The lower extremities are the most prevalent site of PAD symptoms.

Aug 18th, 2021
My legs are COLD. Why is my Right Colder than my Left?

You're relaxing in a comfortable camping chair, cheering on your daughter's baseball team, when you notice numbness and tingling in your lower left leg. When you try to massage your leg, you notice that one leg is cooler than the other.

Aug 13th, 2021
Women and CardioVascular Health

What are the differences in cardiovascular health between men and women? Certain cardiac medicines are less likely to be recommended to women.

Aug 11th, 2021
Aching Legs? Here is what you need to know.

Legs that are tired and achy are typically not a reason for concern. If you have a family history of heart disease or peripheral artery disease (PAD), though, you may be concerned that your aching legs are a symptom of something more severe.

Aug 10th, 2021
Heart Disease and Coronavirus, what to know.

Finally, the muddied coronavirus waters are getting a little less murky — and revealing that the heart plays a major role in how COVID-19 (the disease caused by the new coronavirus) affects people.

Aug 6th, 2021
Heart Cath? Here is what to know.

Cardiac catheterization is a technique used by cardiologists to check how well your heart is performing. It can also be used to identify problems and administer a treatment for narrowed or blocked coronary arteries.

Aug 2nd, 2021
High Blood Pressure? What to do about it.

When your doctor places a blood pressure cuff around your arm, the objective is to learn more about how well your heart is performing. Blood pressure isn't an illness in and of itself.

Jul 9th, 2021
Help! My legs hurt so much.

Aches and pains are common in human bodies, and they come and go. Normally, these aren't a major source of concern or importance. However, if your aches are unexplained, persistent, and affecting your quality of life, you should seek medical help. Pain in

Jun 29th, 2021
My Doctor says I need an Angiogram. What does that mean?

The medical term "angiography" refers to the study of blood arteries, whereas "graphy" refers to the study of images (think photography). Angiography is a procedure that involves capturing photographs of your blood vessels. X-rays are used to take the phot

Jun 25th, 2021
Take those socks OFF! It could save your feet.

Did you realize that having good feet is an important aspect of maintaining a healthy lifestyle? Every time we run or walk, we expose ourselves to the risk of germs or other foot-related disorders.

Jun 23rd, 2021
Why is Leg Pain Concerning?

Diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage caused by diabetes) is a common cause of severe tingling, burning, and numbness in the legs. It's critical to distinguish the specific type and location of any leg pain for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Claudication

Jun 18th, 2021
Knowing the signs of Vascular Disease

A vascular disease is an illness that affects your arteries and veins, impairing your blood flow and causing other sections of your body to suffer. Vascular illness can manifest itself in a variety of ways.

Jun 16th, 2021
Peripheral Vascular Disease – PAD Are you at Risk?

Peripheral vascular disease, also known as peripheral artery disease or peripheral arterial disease (PAD), refers to the constriction or blockage of arteries outside of the heart and brain by atherosclerotic plaques. Peripheral artery disease is a kind of

Jun 14th, 2021
Amputation Prevention in Diabetic Patients

Thousands of diabetes-related amputations are performed each year in the United States. If you have diabetes, find out what you can do to prevent the need for an amputation and how we can assist you in that process.

Aug 10th, 2020
Am I at Risk for Peripheral Arterial Disease?

Some physical changes are inevitable when you age, but others can be prevented or treated — like peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Here’s what it is, how to avoid it, how to spot it, and what to do about it.

Jan 16th, 2020
Cold Limbs. It can indicate a vascular condition.

The most common cause of acute lower limb ischemia is a sudden blockage of an artery owing to an embolus or thrombosis. Aortic dissection and thrombosis of a popliteal aneurysm are two uncommon reasons to consider.

Jul 5th, 2021
Vein Ablation and Why I Might Need it.

Vein problems can be a significant concern but getting them addressed doesn't have to be. Fixing those pesky vein problems is not something you have to be concerned about anymore, thanks to technological advancements.

Jun 21st, 2021