Stop Atrial Fibrillation with Ablation
Atrial Fibrillation (Afib) effects 2-5 million people in the United States. Signs and symptoms of AF can be weakness, palpitations, rapid heartbeat, and shortness of breath just to mention a few. While younger people can get AF, it is most common in people 65-85 years old. Sometimes medication is enough to control AF, but when medication is not enough an ablation may be the answer.
Cardiologist Dr. Sri Sundaram here at SDCA is an expert in the management and treatment of AF and does a new Hybrid ablation technique to stop AF. Thank you FOX31 KDVR.com for the interview with Dr. Sundaram last week to discuss the new procedure. Watch the video below to learn more or call us for an appointment. 303-744-1065. Learn more about what is atrial fibrillation.
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As with any health concerns, your specific treatment program should be discussed thoroughly with your primary care physician as well as any specialists who may need to be consulted – like a cardiologist.Sign Up