Our specialists may treat your arrhythmia using minimally invasive ablation therapy, a procedure in which we identify and remove the abnormal heart tissue causing your irregular heartbeat.
Our cardiologists may use catheter-based cryoablation, a minimally invasive procedure, to destroy the tissue causing your abnormal heartbeat.
Our cardiologists may decide to correct your fast or irregular heart rate with cardioversion, a procedure that uses electrical therapy or medication.
Our cardiologists are skilled in the most advanced cardiac testing procedures, enabling them to pinpoint problems in your cardiovascular system and develop a personalized treatment plan.
Our cardiac team includes experts in this specialized field. They will develop the best treatment for your heart rhythm disorders, including atrial fibrillation and tachycardia.
Our cardiologists may recommend implanting a device in your chest or abdomen to monitor your heart and correct your arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeat, as it occurs.
Our cardiologists may treat your rapid heartbeat with this minimally invasive procedure that can identify and destroy abnormal heart tissue with heat.
Our cardiologists may have you wear this painless device around your neck to see how your heart responds to new medicine or to diagnose your abnormal heart rhythm, chest pain or other symptoms.
We may treat your persistent atrial fibrillation, or heart rhythm problem, with this minimally invasive procedure that simultaneously treats damaged tissue inside and outside of your heart.
Our cardiologists may treat your irregular heartbeat with cardiac resynchronization therapy, which involves using surgery or implanted devices to correct your heart's rhythm.
Our cardiovascular experts can perform tests and procedures that provide insights into how well your heart and blood vessels are working, as well as the best way to treat your cardiac condition.
If you have a fast or irregular heartbeat, our cardiologists may implant a cardiac defibrillator, which uses electrical pulses to control your arrhythmia.
Orlando Health is proud to be one of the first hospitals in the area to offer the world’s smallest pacemaker to help treat patients with patients with an abnormally slow heart rate (bradycardia) or an irregular heartbeat (atrial fibrillation).
If your heart is not working properly, our cardiologists may recommend a permanent pacemaker to help you maintain a normal heartbeat and live a normal, active life.
If you are experiencing heart palpitations or unexplained falls and fainting, we may recommend inserting a small device under your skin to collect information about your heart.
Our cardiovascular team includes specialists in drug therapy who will work closely with your doctor to ensure you are receiving the most appropriate medication for your heart condition.
If you are fainting for unknown reasons, our cardiologists may use tilt table testing to find the cause of your blood pressure changes and develop the best treatment plan for your condition.
Our skilled cardiology team will develop a personalized outpatient program to help you recover from a heart attack, heart surgery or other cardiac treatment.
If you are experiencing problems with your pacemaker or defibrillator, our cardiologists may recommend removing the wires that connect the device to your heart.
Our cardiologists may perform a traditional maze procedure to cure your atrial fibrillation, or abnormal heartbeat, by creating a new series of pathways for your heart's electrical signals.
Our cardiologists may order this painless test to get pictures of your heart so we can accurately diagnose your heart condition and help develop the best treatment plan for you.
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