Heart & Stroke Screening
Preventive care is the best medicine. Don’t wait until you have a life-threatening issue. Screening and regular check-ups can identify your risk for heart disease, stroke, sudden cardiac arrest, and other silent and deadly conditions. At Manhattan Cardiology, a simple blood test can completed to look for blood clots and/or the likelihood of a heart attack.
Early detection is essential to managing or even preventing heart disease.
If you have two or more cardiac risk factors, you should consider having your heart screened today.
Heart disease risk factors include:
- High blood pressure
- Age over 50
- Coronary artery disease
- High cholesterol
- Sedentary lifestyle
- Family history of stroke, heart or vascular disease
- Unexplained fatigue, dizziness, or shortness of breath
What are the benefits of a heart screening?
Once you have a baseline of your heart and cardiovascular system, you can identify your risks of heart disease, areas for improvement and possibly prevent complications. Lifestyle changes may be sufficient, but medicine or procedures may be necessary to improve your quality of life.
What do we screen for?
- Heart Murmur
- Atrial Fibrillation
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Sleep Apnea
- Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
- Sudden Death Syndrome
The results of these screening guide us to formulate a treatment plan specific to you and your heart health. Don’t wait to get your heart screened today. It will change your life.
Understanding the condition of your circulatory system is one of the most important things you could do to manage your health and wellness.
At Medical Offices of Manhattan, our team of experts will guide you through all the screening and testing necessary to evaluate your system to find out if there are existing problems, or if your lifestyle lends to serious vascular diseases down the road.
The following are conditions that fall under the category of vascular disease and can be treated at Medical Offices of Manhattan:
- Blood Clots
- Buerger’s Disease
- Peripheral Artery Disease
- Renal (Kidney) Artery Disease
- Varicose Veins