Cardiovascular Stress Tests
A noninvasive test that measures the capacity of the heart to tolerate physical stress. It helps diagnose coronary artery disease.
Noninvasive studies that employ ultrasound in order to visualize the heart, arteries, and veins in the body. It identifies structural heart disease, as well as blockages in the arteries and varicosities and clots in the veins.
A procedure performed in patients who have leg pain usually upon walking or have ulcers in their feet. Under local anesthesia , the procedure shows images of the leg arteries and their blockages. After imaging the arteries, balloon dilation of those arterial blockages via a specialized catheter improve those leg pains.
Cardiac catheterization, performed with a flexible tube (catheter), enables diagnosis and treatment of certain heart conditions. The catheter, inserted into a blood vessel in the groin, arm or neck, is threaded to the heart. Special dye may be used.
Varicose Veins Treatment
Leg pains that usually occur while at night or while resting are usually caused by varicose veins in people who have stood or sat for very long periods of time during their life. It also could be Inherited from family members. Under a pain-free procedure using local anesthesia and going home within 1hour, the varicose veins can be eliminated via a small catheter. Noting significant improvement in patients.
Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterizations
In patients whom are having chest pain or have an abnormal stress test a minimally invasive procedure could be performed. This pain-free procedure performed under local anesthesia can show images of blockages of the coronary or heart arteries. It is a procedure, usually done through the wrist, that could take only 15 minutes to perform. Patients can go home within hours of the procedure.
Laser superficial vein removal
Using a painless laser therapy, spider leg and body veins can be removed rapidly without injections.
Through a painless procedure using radiofrequency waves, your abdominal fat can be reduced by up to 35% in just one session.
Clinical Cardiovascular Evaluation