Cardiologists

Dr. Richard Ress

Dr. Richard Ress

Cardiologist
Boston, MA
Dr. Robert Dye

Dr. Robert Dye

Cardiologist
Brookline, MA
Dr. Dara Lee Lewis

Dr. Dara Lee Lewis

Cardiologist
Chestnut Hill, MA
Dr. Khyati Baxi

Dr. Khyati Baxi

Cardiologist
Chestnut Hill, MA
Dr. Joseph Bouchard

Dr. Joseph Bouchard

Cardiologist
Northborough, MA
Dr. Wendi Cardeiro

Dr. Wendi Cardeiro

Cardiologist
Nashua, NH
Dr. Matthew E McGuiness

Dr. Matthew E McGuiness

Cardiologist
Worcester, MA
Dr. Michelle Hadley

Dr. Michelle Hadley

Cardiologist
Worcester, MA
Dr. Mazen Roumia

Dr. Mazen Roumia

Cardiologist
Worcester, MA
Dr. Ernest Podrasky

Dr. Ernest Podrasky

Cardiologist
Exeter, NH
Dr. William Berndt

Dr. William Berndt

Cardiologist
Exeter, NH
Dr. Michael Cantor

Dr. Michael Cantor

Cardiologist
Exeter, NH
Dr. Brian Porter

Dr. Brian Porter

Cardiologist
Exeter, NH
Dr. Gregory Goodkin

Dr. Gregory Goodkin

Cardiologist
Exeter, NH
Dr. Richard Charney

Dr. Richard Charney

Interventional Cardiology (Heart)
Cardiologist
New Rochelle, NY
Dr. Faisal Siddiqi

Dr. Faisal Siddiqi

Cardiologist
Saddle River, NJ
Dr. Tarek Mousa

Dr. Tarek Mousa

Cardiologist
Astoria, NY
Dr. Dayana Eslava

Dr. Dayana Eslava

Cardiologist
New York, NY
Dr. Georgios Syros

Dr. Georgios Syros

Cardiologist
Astoria, NY
Dr. Demetrios Georgiou

Dr. Demetrios Georgiou

Cardiologist
Astoria, NY
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A cardiologist is a physician with special training and skill in finding, treating and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Cardiologists work with patients to treat conditions including coronary artery disease, heart attack, atrial fibrillation and irregular heart rhythm. A cardiologist can help you manage risk through nutrition, exercise and lifestyle changes. If you've had a cardiac event, a cardiologist will play a role in recovery after surgery, cardiac rehab and heart medications.

Cardiac ablation (also known as catheter ablation or radiofrequency ablation) is a surgical procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to correct arrhythmias, which are problems with your heart’s rhythm. In a normal heart, cells create electrical signals that make the upper and lower chambers of your heart beat regularly. If you have atrial fibrillation (a heart arrythmia), abnormal cells affect the electrical signals and cause rapid or irregular heartbeats.

Atrial fibrillation is an irregular heartbeat, also called an arrhythmia, that can increase your risk of heart failure, stroke, blood clots and other heart conditions. A normal heart contracts and relaxes to a regular beat, but if you have atrial fibrillation, the atria (upper chambers) beat out of sync with the ventricles (lower chambers). This can cause blood to pool in your atria, causing blood clots that travel to your brain and cause a stroke.

There are many reasons why people want to quit smoking. It increases your risk of heart disease, stroke, lung cancer and certain eye diseases. It affects your respiratory health, it’s expensive and it smells bad. Quitting smoking can be a huge challenge for people, whether they’ve smoked for one year or 20.