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What Conditions Are Treated by Interventional Cardiology?

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Interventional cardiology is a field that utilizes nonsurgical, catheter-based treatments to repair narrowed arteries, damaged or weakened blood vessels, heart valve disorders, and congenital heart disease. An interventional cardiologist:

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When Should I See an Interventional Cardiologist?

General heart health issues and conditions such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol, which increase your risk for heart disease, can be managed by your primary care doctor. When a serious heart or blood vessel issue arises, you may need to consult an interventional cardiologist.

In addition, you should schedule an appointment with an interventional cardiologist if you:

Conditions Treated

Common conditions treated by interventional cardiology include:

Common Treatments Performed by Our Interventional Cardiologists

Interventional CardiologyOur interventional cardiology team utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach when designing your care plan to ensure you receive the best possible treatment. When you visit our Structural Heart Clinic, we’ll perform all diagnostic testing necessary to create a truly customized treatment plan.

Depending on your specific condition, our interventional cardiologists may recommend one of the following minimally invasive therapies:

Schedule an Appointment

Please contact us today to schedule an appointment at our Structural Heart Clinic. South Denver Cardiology Associates serves patients in Denver, Littleton, and throughout the surrounding areas of Colorado.



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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.

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