Do you know the signs of a heart attack?
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Cardiology on April 7, 2020
Heart disease is the nations #1 killer, claiming a life every 60 seconds. While most people realize that getting medical attention quickly is crucial in response to a heart attack or stroke it is important to know the signs so that you can act. While men and women can both experience heart attacks, their symptoms […]Read More
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates for Our Patients
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Practice Updates on March 19, 2020
With the current outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community and beyond, we wanted to let you know how Heart and Vascular Care is preparing and share some important information with our patients. We are taking additional steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 at our facilities and ask for your partnership in […]Read More
Heart and Vascular Care Listed As Atlanta’s Top Docs
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Practice Updates on March 10, 2020
We’re happy to announce that two of the fantastic physicians at Heart and Vascular Care rank among Castle Connelly’s Top Doctors. Our providers, along with the fellow nominees have been will be featured in the upcoming Top Doc issue of Atlanta Magazine in July. Dr. Aman Kakkar and Dr. Mehul Bhatt are honored to be […]Read More
Women and Heart Disease
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Cardiology on February 25, 2020Read More
Heart and Vascular Care wins Best of Forsyth 2020!
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Practice Updates on February 12, 2020
Heart and Vascular Care wins Best of Forsyth 2020! On Thursday, January 30th, the providers and staff of Heart and Vascular Care were honored to be voted the best cardiologist in Forsyth County at the Forsyth Conference Center. Top businesses in Forsyth County participate and covet the honor with enthusiasm. This year’s votes were once […]Read More
What is the difference between a DO and an MD?
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Cardiology on June 28, 2019
If you see a physician for your any of your overall healthcare management, there’s a possibility that you’re seeing a D.O., not an M.D. While both degrees mean your doctor is a licensed physician, their training differs slightly and each has a unique perspective on care. Heart and Vascular Care is excited to welcome the […]Read More
Could your Restless Leg Syndrome really be venous disease?
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Vein Disease on May 13, 2019
Approximately 10% of the US population suffer from Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS). This is a disorder that is characterized by involuntary movement of the legs when patients are resting or even sleeping. The patients move their legs around in an effort to get some relief from their discomfort. This constant movement however, leaves patients sleep […]Read More
Diabetes and Heart Disease: What you Need to Know
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Cardiology on April 22, 2019Read More
Why Perfectly Healthy People Have Heart Attacks
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Cardiology on April 22, 2019
Noninvasive tests help identify who’s really at risk for a heart attack. Seemingly healthy people are “suddenly” having heart attacks because, as it turns out, their arteries are not perfectly healthy and they don’t know it. With the proper noninvasive tests, these diseased arteries would have been identified, and the heart attacks wouldn’t have happened. […]Read More
Does Insurance Cover Vein Treatment?
Posted by: Heart and Vascular Care in Vein Disease on March 21, 2019
Besides finding a reputable physician to provide treatment, the expense of having venous disease treated is one of the most important factors that patients consider when making the decision to come in for an evaluation. The cost of vein treatment usually depends on several factors, such as what symptoms you are having, what type of […]Read More