At Denver Heart, our board-certified cardiologists are committed to offering the latest and most innovative treatment options to our patients. This includes cutting-edge, minimally-invasive surgical procedures to treat cardiovascular disease and medical conditions related to the arteries and blood vessels.
We offer a wide range of cardiac care to prevent, diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease and other heart conditions. Our treatments include cutting-edge, minimally-invasive surgical procedures to treat cardiovascular disease and medical conditions related to the arteries and blood vessels.
Our specialists are always on hand to answer any questions you have about keeping your heart healthy and reducing your risk factors for cardiovascular disease. We also are active in research, participating in clinical studies and helping to innovate new treatments. Contact our cardiology practice in Denver, Colo. to schedule an appointment and learn about our services and heart doctors.
Denver Heart Services
Patients at Denver Heart receive high-quality care from board-certified cardiologists and cardiac specialists, who are trained to treat a wide number of heart-related conditions and health problems.
The cardiac specialists and cardiologists at Denver Heart provide a high level of care and treatment for patients with heart defects and heart disease.
Our Electrophysiology Program involves a number of procedures and interventions to treat cardiac arrhythmia, a condition in which the heart beats too fast, too slow or irregularly.
Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) refers to a blood circulation problem that causes blood vessels outside of the heart to become narrow, blocked or spasm.
Critical limb ischemia (CLI) refers to a condition in which a person has extensive blockages in the arteries of the lower extremities, typically the legs. CLI is an advanced form of peripheral arterial disease (PAD), in which arteries that have become narrow reduce the flow of blood to the limbs. CLI can cause tissue damage and loss of limbs (amputation).
For patients with coronary artery disease in a more advanced stage, non-surgical or surgical procedures might be necessary to restore blood flow to the arteries and prevent a heart attack.
While athletes are generally considered healthy, they are not completely “safe” from developing heart disease, having a heart attack or even dying from a heart condition.
Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) that increases your risk of stroke. AFib can limit the amount of blood that reaches the lower chambers of the heart and the body. Denver Heart offers a number of innovative procedures.
Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) is a heart condition that occurs when there are holes in the wall of tissue between the left and right upper chambers of the heart.