Electrophysiology

Our cardiologists are trained in the latest technology for diagnosing, treating and monitoring the electrical activities of your heart.

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Hybrid-Convergent Ablation Procedure

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.

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Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators

If you have a fast or irregular heartbeat, our cardiologists may implant a cardiac defibrillator, which uses electrical pulses to control your arrhythmia.

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Radiofrequency Ablation

Our cardiologists may treat your rapid heartbeat with this minimally invasive procedure that can identify and destroy abnormal heart tissue with heat.

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Lead Extractions of Chronic Pacemaker and ICD Lead

If you are experiencing problems with your pacemaker or defibrillator, our cardiologists may recommend removing the wires that connect the device to your heart.

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Traditional Maze Procedure

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.

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Advanced Electrophysiology Research

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.

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Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT)

Our cardiologists may treat your irregular heartbeat with cardiac resynchronization therapy, which involves using surgery or implanted devices to correct your heart's rhythm.

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Cardiac Device Implantation

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.

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Permanent Pacemakers

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.

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Pacemakers

If you have abnormal heart rhythms or a heart block, our cardiologists may be able to treat your symptoms with minimally invasive surgery that inserts a small, battery-operated pacemaker.

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Catheter-Based Cryoablation

Our cardiologists may use catheter-based cryoablation, a minimally invasive procedure, to destroy the tissue causing your abnormal heartbeat.

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Implantable Cardiac Rhythm Monitors

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.

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Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD)

If you have a fast or irregular heartbeat, our cardiologists may implant a cardioverter defibrillator, which uses electrical pulses to control your arrhythmia.

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Ablation Therapy

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.

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