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Our Services

The nature of our services has some very complex medical terms and sometimes it can become bewildering. We aim at all times to explain what we do in a way that you will understand.

Within our practise, we have a wide range of skills and offer a vast range of treatments for a number of heart conditions. Please feel free to contact us if you wish to discuss your case and your referral.

If you have been referred to us from your health professional, we have a list below of the more common conditions that we deal with. We hope our explanation will help you to understand a little more about the condition and how we approach treatment for it.

Cardiologist Consultation

What is it? A consultation with one of our cardiologists to assess your heart condition. How is it done? You will need to visit our treatment rooms. The Cardiologist will ...

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Respiratory Consultation

What is it? A discussion with a Respiratory Physician to assess your lung function and condition. How is it done? You will need to visit our treatment rooms. The ...

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ECG

What Is It? An ECG is a test used to check your heart rhythm and the electrical activity of your heart. How Is It Done? You will be asked to lay down on the bed and ...

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Hypertension Assessment

What Is It? Hypertension is high blood pressure. Unfortunately, unlike a cold or a sprained wrist, hypertension has few noticeable symptoms. Many factors in our lives can cause ...

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Exercise ECG

What Is It? An Exercise ECG- electrocardiogram is done to detect changes in your heart's functions during exercise. As with a resting ECG, the test is very simple and uses ...

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Cardiac Ultrasound / Echocardiogram

What is it? A cardiac ultrasound scan also referred to as an Echocardiogram, is a non-invasive painless test, which examines the heart including its pumping efficiency and ...

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Cardiac Event Recorder

What is it? A cardiac event recorder is a battery-powered portable device that allows you to record your hearts electrical activity when symptoms occur. How is it ...

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Holter Monitor

What is it? A Holter monitor is a battery-operated portable device that measures and records your heart’s activity (electrocardiogram – ECG) continuously for 24 to 48 ...

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Microbubble Ultrasound Study

What is this test? The microbubble study is a special procedure done under guidance to detect a Patent Foramen Ovale, a potential opening between the two Arial chambers of the ...

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Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring

What is it? Is a battery-operated device that is situated around your waist. It is connected to a cuff around your non-dominant upper arm. This measures your blood pressure for ...

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Percutaneous Coronary Angiogram

What is it? This is a procedure done under local anaesthetic, which allows us to assess the condition of the blood vessels in your heart. This also includes aneurysm (abnormal ...

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Spirometry and Oximetry

What is it? Spirometry is a pulmonary function test and measures your lung function. This includes the amount (volume) and/or speed (flow) of air that can be inhaled and ...

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Coronary Angioplasty and Stent Placement

What is it? This is a procedure used to widen blocked or narrowed arteries. How is it done? Done under local anaesthetic, a catheter is inserted either through your ...

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Pre and Post Bronchodilator Spirometry

What is it? This test allows for an understanding of your lung functions and whether there is any bronchospasm present which can be treated with inhaled medicines. How is it ...

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Electrical Cardioversion

What is it? Is a medical procedure that restores a normal heart rhythm in people with certain types of abnormal heartbeats (arrhythmias). How is it done? Done under ...

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CT Coronary Angiogram

What is it? A CT Cardiac Angiography is a radiology procedure designed to look at the coronary arteries of the heart without the need for an invasive cardiac catheter ...

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