Heart Disease Reversal Specialist

Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants

Cardiologists located in Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, & West Palm Beach, FL

Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States, but heart disease reversal is often possible with the help of board-certified cardiologists Jyoti Mohanty, MD, and Suneet Kukreja, MD, and their experienced team. At Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants, with locations in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and Jupiter, Florida, the team offers a variety of solutions to improve your health and prevent serious heart disease complications. Schedule your next appointment by phone or online today.

Heart Disease Reversal Q & A

What is heart disease reversal?

Heart disease includes a wide array of conditions related to your heart, such as heart failure, heart attack, stroke, blood vessel diseases, heart defects, and heart rhythm problems. The experts at Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants can reduce your risk of serious heart problems or take steps to reverse the disease if you're at risk of heart disease or already have it.

What are the symptoms of heart disease?

If you have heart disease, you may notice some of the following symptoms:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Chest pressure or tightness
  • Limb weakness, coldness, numbness, or pain
  • Dizziness or fainting
  • Irregular heartbeats
  • Swelling in your abdomen or limbs
  • Blue or gray skin color
  • Fatigue

See your cardiologist at the first sign of these or other vascular issues, as heart disease is a serious health problem when left untreated.

What are the risk factors for heart disease?

Heart disease can happen to anybody, especially with older age. Other risk factors include obesity, family history of heart disease, physical inactivity, smoking, poor dietary habits, being a man, and certain cancer treatments. High blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and chronic stress also put you at risk.

How does my provider diagnose heart disease?

To find out if you have heart disease, your cardiologist reviews your medical history and symptoms. They complete a physical exam and may recommend electrocardiograms (EKGs), stress tests, Holter monitoring, cardiac catheterization, echocardiograms, CT scans, or MRIs.

What are my heart disease reversal treatment options?

Your cardiologist may recommend heart disease reversal treatments, such as:

Lifestyle changes

Lifestyle changes that may help reverse heart disease include not smoking, properly managing stress, eating healthy foods, getting regular exercise, limiting alcohol and sodium, maintaining a healthy weight, and properly controlling heart disease risk factors. 

Medications

Taking certain medicines can help you better control heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.

Surgical procedures

Minor surgical procedures can reduce your risk of or reverse heart disease and its symptoms. Your cardiologist lets you know if you’re a good candidate for a surgical procedure to repair or unblock blood vessels or improve the way your heart functions.

Don’t let heart disease lead to serious complications and reduce your life expectancy. Schedule an appointment with specialists at Advanced Cardiovascular Consultants over the phone or online today.