Doylestown Health's board-certified interventional cardiologists offer catheter-based therapies (cardiac catheterization) for non-surgical innovations to diagnose and treat blood vessels and heart structures.
Interventional cardiologists diagnose and treat a broad range of cardiovascular disorders with symptoms including:
- Burning, aching or tightness in the chest
- Pain that travels down one or both arms
- Jaw pain
- Chest pressure, squeezing or discomfort (feeling of fullness)
- Back pain shortness of breath
- Heart murmur
- Shortness of breath
- Chest pain
- Swollen legs/ankles
Doylestown Health's Interventional Cardiology team offers diagnosis and treatment for conditions including:
Doylestown Health's team performs an average of 600 interventions and 1,600-2,000 cardiac catheterizations each year. Our expert interventional cardiologists also perform Intra-arterial thrombectomy (IAT), the minimally invasive retrieval of clots for acute ischemic strokes caused by large vessel blockage (clots). The service offers treatments for conditions including:
Doylestown Health's board-certified interventional cardiologists offer extensive experience and a personal approach to patient care. Our team performs an average of 600 interventions and 1,600-2,000 cardiac catheterizations each year.
The Heart and Vascular Center actively participates in clinical trial research. To learn more about a clinical trial related to your medical condition, call us at 215.345.2328.
Your Doylestown Health interventional cardiologist and care team create a personalized plan for your recovery and goals depending on your diagnosis and condition.
Many heart patients are referred to our Cardiac Rehab program for medically-supervised exercise and education. Sessions begin in the hospital and continue on an outpatient basis after discharge.