Cut back on salt, favor healthy eating habits (think fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein) manage your stress, and work out. These changes are often enough to bring your blood pressure back down into the normal range.
The keys to managing heart failure are to take your medications, make diet changes, exercise regularly and be active, live a healthy lifestyle, monitor your health for new or worsening heart failure signs or symptoms, and keep your medical appointments. Your doctor or nurse will tell you how often to visit. If you are having […]
Accepting New Patients: No
Medicare Accepted: No
Medicaid Accepted: No
Languages Spoken: English, Arabic, Spanish
Specialties: Cardiology -
Peripheral Endovascular Intervention
Transcutaneous aortic valve replacement and
Advanced heart failure and transplant
Years in Practice: 25 Years
Certifications & Licensure
Advanced heart failure and transplantation
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