Athletic Heart Health
People generally assume athletes are not at risk of heart disease because of their active lifestyles. Physical activity and good nutrition are two critical elements in maintaining cardiovascular health. However, even very active people are at risk for heart disease. Unique health factors exist associated with heart health and the overall well-being of athletes.
The cardiac specialists at Modern Heart and Vascular can help you overcome those challenges. Whether you are a professional or recreational athlete, our cardiologists have years of experience with cardiovascular conditions among active people. We use advanced technology to detect and manage several common cardiac conditions in sport-people. Our focus on prevention and prompt diagnosis will allow you to control your situation without terminating your sports career.
Senior Heart Health
Individuals of all age groups are susceptible to cardiac problems, but the chance of developing a life-threatening cardiovascular condition rises as you age. Bad cardiovascular health is a severe threat, but it doesn’t have to be inevitable. You can take many measures to lessen your chances of developing cardiac issues. At Modern Heart and Vascular, we stress the prevention and early intervention for cardiovascular health in seniors.
Men’s Heart Health
Men’s cardiovascular health is one of the most urgent aspects of their overall health and well-being. Heart damage is the number one killer in both men and women in the U.S. Based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease causes one in four deaths in men yearly. Millions of others have or are at risk for heart disease. In addition to dying, heart conditions can cause severe complications and reduce your quality of life.
Heart condition is a general term for a wide range of cardiovascular issues. Although a similar number of men and women have cardiovascular problems, men face unique risks and may experience different symptoms. Modern Heart and Vascular is a private men’s heart clinic emphasizing patient-centered, preventive care.
Women’s Heart Health
Women have particular hazards when it comes to heart disease; symptoms often present differently to them than to men. If women fail to recognize the signs of a heart attack or other heart condition and delay seeking medical attention, they could suffer more severe complications.
Women must be able to identify the unique signs of heart disease to avoid delayed treatment and severe harm. At Modern Heart and Vascular, we recognize the importance of individualized care. We understand women’s specific risk factors and symptoms associated with heart disease. Our commitment to patient-centered care and the best available technology offers prevention and treatment services for various heart diseases and conditions.