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Experienced Cardiologists in the West Valley
If you would like to make an appointment please call our scheduling department at 623-876-8816 option 4 The well-being of our patients, employees, and the community we serve is our top priority. To lower the risk of potential exposure to COVID-19 we are asking patients to reschedule their appointments if they’ve potentially been exposed through close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual, traveled to an affected region or has a fever, cough, and any other COVID-19 type symptoms. Anyone coming into the office will be required to wear a mask. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. We ask that patients come alone to their appointments unless they need assistance.
We will continue to update these policies as state and national guidelines change. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding during this time.
Cardiovascular Treatments in the West Valley
Cardiac Solutions is an innovative team of cardiologists in Peoria, Sun City West, Glendale, Sun City, Litchfield, Phoenix, Avondale, and Wickenburg, which is well-known for delivering comprehensive cardiac care. In 1984, Dr. Joseph Caplan established a physician-owned facility to treat patients suffering from a range of cardiological disorders. From there, the practice has grown into one with clinics in multiple cities with a sterling reputation for excellence. One of the ways we serve our patients is by providing personalized cardiovascular treatment plans. We recognize every patient is different, so we treat them as such. Our board-certified cardiologists always put your treatment and care first, allowing you to have the peace of mind knowing that your heart is in good hands.
We Devise Personalized Cardiology Treatments for You
Prevention is our foremost concern. We aim to reduce cardiovascular disease by educating our patients at our nurse-directed clinics. These education programs and surgical procedures can assist by halting the advancement of cardiovascular conditions and surgical procedures. We believe that by starting a longstanding relationship – based on trust – with our physicians, you can begin working toward better cardiovascular health.
Our Compressive Cardiovascular Care Options
We offer a broad range of services at our clinics. The process begins with diagnostic testing. We may order EKG, holter monitors, or event monitors designed to take measurements of your heart health. We also use echocardiograms and vascular ultrasounds, among many other diagnostic tests. Once we have determined the nature of your condition, we have numerous treatments and/or surgical options available. There are a wide range or surgical and non-surgical procedure options available to you, surgical options may include, coronary angiograms, right and left heart catheterization, stenting, pacemaker installation as well as structural heart options.
What Conditions Our Cardiologists Treat
While this list addresses some of the most common cardiovascular conditions we treat, It is not an exclusive list. We encourage you to schedule an appointment if any of these conditions sound familiar:
Coronary artery disease is the most common cardiovascular condition in America. It is caused by plaque buildup on the arterial walls. When this happens, the inside of the arteries begins to narrow, which makes it challenging to carry blood through the bloodstream. Often, the first sign of coronary artery disease is a heart attack. However, you may experience chest, jaw or arm pain. We can treat it with clinical or surgical methods.
Peripheral artery disease is similar to coronary artery disease. Plaque builds up in the arteries, which prevents oxygen-rich blood from traveling throughout the bloodstream. However, this condition tends to impact the legs more than any appendage. The symptoms typically include pain, cramping, and tiredness in the legs that stops when sitting or lying down.
This chronic condition causes a patient's veins to fill with blood and not empty because of weak vein walls and damaged valves. You will notice it most when standing, as aching and cramping legs are the more significant symptom. Chronic venous insufficiency can grow worse over time and lead to ulcers and more severe signs.
Structural heart disease is a catch-all term describing several conditions impacting the heart's tissues or valves. They include defects where we find holes in the heart chambers, small sacs located on the heart, or faulty mitral valves, causing blood to flow backward into the heart.
Cardiac Solutions’ Mission Statement
Cardiac Solutions holds to a mission statement that has allowed us to grow into the practice we are today. Our patients experience superior care because we work hard to address their medical concerns holistically, and compassionately. We will continue to lead the way in providing cardiac care by utilizing a personalized, team-oriented approach and promoting wellness through innovative technology.
Our Organizational Values Serve Our Patients Well
We utilize teamwork, customer satisfaction, honesty, integrity, and commitment to diagnose and treat cardiac conditions. All of our staff members are committed to the organization and excel in demonstrating efficiency through change and competency through quality. If you or a family member has suffered from a heart attack or is experiencing a cardiac condition, place your trust in an organization with an effective mission statement, and patient-centered organizational values.