Advanced Heart Rhythm Management
Our experts treat a wide array of arrhythmia disorders. Our team of Cardiac Electrophysiologists is uniquely skilled to manage the most complex heart rhythm conditions.
Atrial fibrillation or AFib is the most common heart rhythm abnormality that starts in the atria. Approximately 2.8 million people in America have paroxysmal or persistent AFib. Atrial Fibrillation is more common with increased age and is a major cause of stroke.
Other arrhythmias may cause the heart rate to slow down or become too rapid and may result in symptoms such as palpitations, pounding in your chest, dizziness, fainting, shortness of breath, chest pain and weakness or fatigue. While others may cause a delay or complete block of the electrical impulse, sometimes requiring the use of a pacemaker.