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  • Why Do People See a Cardiologist?
    A cardiologist is a medical professional specializing in diagnosing and treating heart-related conditions. They identify and manage many heart conditions, from high blood pressure to coronary artery disease and heart Read more
  • Common Peripheral Arterial Disease Treatments
    Common Peripheral Disease (PAD) causes the arteries of your legs to clog with hardened plaque, which obstructs blood flow and can lead to very damaging consequences. As the condition progresses, Read more
  • Treating Vascular Disease
    Vascular disease describes any issues that affect the blood vessels. At Heart and Vascular Care, in Kissimmee, FL, serving residents of Kissimmee, and the Orlando, FL, areas, Dr. Farshid Daneshvar Read more
  • Common Causes of Vascular Disease
    How your vascular specialists in Kissimmee, and Orlando, FL, can help when you have vascular disease Vascular disease can be complicated, but your vascular specialist can diagnose and treat vascular disease. Read more
  • Cardiovascular Disease FAQs
    Perhaps because of family history, or because you suffer from a related condition, or maybe you have some less than healthy health habits, whatever the case, you may have good Read more
  • What To Know About Vein Disease Treatment
    If you have questions about vein disease treatment in Orlando, FL, schedule a consultation with us at Heart and Vascular Care with locations in Orlando, Waterford Lakes, Longwood and Kissimmee. Read more
  • Endovascular Treatment Options
    How endovascular treatment from your cardiologist in Orlando, FL, can help you Endovascular treatment has revolutionized cardiology, providing an option which is minimally invasive, so you can get back to your Read more
  • When Should You See Your Cardiologist in Orlando, FL?
    A cardiologist is a medical doctor with specialized training in finding, treating and preventing any disease related to the heart and blood vessels. As a professional cardiologist, Dr. Baiju has Read more
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease: What You Should Know
    How common is PAD and could you or a loved one have it? Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with peripheral artery disease (PAD) or you are concerned that your leg pain Read more
  • 5 Reasons To See a Cardiologist
    Visits to your cardiologist in Kissimmee, Longwood and Orlando, FL, Dr. Pradip Baiju of Heart and Vascular Care, help you protect your heart health and control vascular disease. Do you Read more
  • Endovascular Treatment: What You Should Know
    Find out if endovascular therapy is the best way to treat your vascular disease. The blood vessels are responsible for carrying blood to all parts of the body including vital organs; Read more
  • Symptoms of Cardiovascular Disease
    Know the warning signs of heart disease and when to see a cardiologist. While most people might assume that if something was wrong with their heart that they would know it, Read more
  • When are EKGs and Stress Tests Used?
    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease accounts for one in every four deaths in the United States every year, making it the leading cause Read more
  • Have Varicose Veins? We Can Help
    Varicose veins. Your mother suffered with them, and now you do too. Luckily, here at Heart and Vascular Care, PA in Orlando, FL, your cardiologist, Dr. Pradip Baiju, evaluates and Read more
  • Signs That You May Have Artery Disease
    Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) affects more than 8 million Americans, according to Dr. Pradip Baiju, your Orlando, FL, cardiologist. The chance of having PAD increases as you age, people over Read more
  • The Dangers of Poor Circulation
    Are your feet and hands cold even in warm summer weather? Do your legs cramp when you walk upstairs? These symptoms and more could indicate poor peripheral circulation, a dangerous Read more

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