Age. If you’re over age 65, your risk for having a heart attack is greater.
Sex. Men are more at risk than women.
Family history. If you have a family history of heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, or diabetes, you’re more at risk.
Race. People of African descent have a higher risk.
Cardiology refers to the diagnoses, care and study of cardiovascular illnesses,injuries and everything related to the heart.
Heart attacks and heart disease are the number one killer in the United States. Due to the serious nature, medical facilities need to have the capability to diagnose these life-threatening conditions and provide prompt medical care. Necessary cardiac services provided include:
Cardiology is not only about diagnosing and treating heart conditions and injuries, it also involves finding the root cause and arranging further care and management. Our doctors are trained to be aware of all medical conditions that pose a risk of damaging the heart, like diabetes, high cholesterol levels, and high blood pressure.