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 failure. Our Orlando, Longwood, Kissimmee, and Orange City, FL, cardiologists studies the heart's structure, function, and electrical system, making them the best choice for anyone who has a suspected or known heart problem.
It's beneficial to see our cardiologist if you experience symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, or dizziness. Risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or a family history of heart disease warrant a visit. Regular check-ups with cardiologists Dr. Baiju and Dr. Daneshvar of Heart and Vascular Care can help prevent or detect heart problems early, leading to more effective treatment options and better outcomes. Don't wait until it's too late to prioritize your heart health.
Why Do People See a Cardiologist?
You may visit a cardiologist for symptoms related to the health of your heart. Others may see a cardiologist for preventive care to assess their risk of developing heart disease and to establish a plan for maintaining heart health. You might also consult our cardiologist to manage an existing heart condition, such as high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, or heart failure. Symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, and palpitations may also prompt a visit to a cardiologist.
Additionally, your primary care physician may refer you to one if they have risk factors for heart disease, such as a family history of heart problems or conditions like diabetes, high cholesterol, or obesity. Seeing a cardiologist can help you control your heart health and reduce your risk of concerning heart problems. Cardiologists use their expertise to diagnose and treat heart conditions and can work with patients to develop personalized plans for maintaining or improving heart health.
Schedule Your Appointment
During your initial consultation at Heart and Vascular Care, our cardiologist will discuss your medical history, plus the symptoms you're experiencing, and perform a physical examination. They may also order additional tests, such as an EKG or echocardiogram, to evaluate the health of your heart. Our cardiologist will then use this information to make a diagnosis and develop a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. Don't be afraid to ask questions and actively participate in your care, as this can help ensure the best possible outcome for your heart health.
Please explore our website to learn about the conditions we treat and the services provided. If you have questions for our Orlando, Longwood, Kissimmee, and Orange City, FL, cardiologists Dr. Baiju and Dr. Daneshvar of Heart and Vascular Care and want to schedule an appointment, call (407) 730-8970.