Surgical and NonSurgical Treatments for Heart Disease
ARH is a leader in cardiac care, offers non-invasive, minimally invasive and surgical treatments for heart disease. Non-invasive treatments typically include medication, diet and exercise. Minimally invasive procedures often use catheterization techniques, and surgical procedures entail opening a patient’s chest to repair damage to heart tissue, valves, arteries or vessels.
A catheterization procedure is a minimally-invasive way of entering the heat through arteries in the arms or legs. Physicians use special instruments to inject dye, clear blocked arteries, or insert stents (small stainless steel tubes) when needed. We offer many cardiac catheterization procedures including:
- Balloon pump
- ICD/Pacemaker Implantation
- Peripheral Vascular Intervention
- Stent Implantation