Keeping your heart healthy

Our team of heart-health specialists diagnose and manage cardiovascular conditions and tailor treatment approaches to your specific needs and health goals.

Our providers are well-equipped to manage conditions ranging from heart arrhythmias (irregular heartbeat) to high cholesterol. Knowing what you need to do to have a healthy heart is easy, but implementing it can be hard. We give you step-by-step instructions on how to reduce your risk of heart attack through proper nutrition, regular exercise and stress management.

Our interventional cardiologists have trained extensively to treat heart conditions with minimally invasive techniques, including angioplasty, stent placement and cardiac catheterization.

Schedule an appointment and learn more about how you can improve your heart health today.

Our expertise & experience

Our board-certified and fellowship-trained cardiologists actively provide supportive care and treatment for patients in Savannah.

Below are the following services we offer:

  • Arrhythmia and pacemaker management
  • Cardiac catheterization
  • Cardiac disease management
  • Echocardiography
  • EKG
  • Exercise stress testing
  • Holter monitoring
  • Hybrid conversion ablation
  • Nuclear stress testing
  • Permanent heart implant to reduce the risk of stroke
  • Surgical treatment for Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia
  • TAVR (transcatheter aortic valve replacement)

Seven steps for a healthy heart

Follow these seven simple tips to ensure your heart stays healthy.

  1. Pump your heart — For optimal health, you'll need to do enough physical activity to burn between 3,500 and 6,500 calories a week. Try at least three 20-minute cardio workouts a week.
  2. Know your numbers — We're talking the big three — cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar. Getting more active, losing weight and making smart food choices can help get these numbers in a healthy range.
  3. Establish a positive mindset — Negative emotions like anger and hostility can raise blood pressure. To get yourself in a better mindset, adopt a more positive outlook and manage daily stressors.
  4. Eat your heart out — When making your grocery list, follow this simple rule of thumb: opt for foods with healthful fats, fiber and nutrients like flavonoids, vitamins and minerals.
  5. Learn from your relatives — Even though you have a lot of control over your own heart-healthy destiny, a family history of heart disease does raise your risk significantly. So talk to your doctor about your family health history too.
  6. Discuss taking medicine — Certain nutrients, supplements and occasional medications can work preventive wonders for your heart. Discuss which options are best for you with your doctor.
  7. Catch Some ZZZs — If you don't snooze six to eight hours a night, you increase arterial aging and raise your risk of a heart attack.