Reasons To See a Cardiologist

How your cardiologists in Gilbert, AZ, can help you stay healthy

Your cardiologist is a friend to your heart. Your heart is the center of everything, pumping life-giving blood to your vital organs, including your brain. When your heart doesn’t function well, it puts a strain on your entire body. Your cardiologist can help you keep your heart healthy.

Dr. Zaki Lababidi and Dr. Khaled Albasha at Gilbert Cardiology in Gilbert, AZ, provide comprehensive cardiology services to help you stay healthy.

There are many important reasons why you should see a cardiologist. These are just a few of them:

To check your cholesterol; this is done with a simple blood test.

To check your blood pressure; this is done using a blood pressure machine. Normal blood pressure is 120/80. Any measurement higher than this means your heart is working too hard, which can lead to heart damage.

If you have chest pain; chest pain can signal the onset of many different heart conditions, including:

  • Heart attack
  • Heart disease
  • Heart damage
  • Angina pectoris
  • Arrhythmia

If you are experiencing any of these signs or symptoms, you could be having a heart attack. You need to call emergency services if you are having:

  • Squeezing chest pain
  • Pressure in your chest
  • Pain that moves down into your jaws, neck, shoulders, or arms
  • Continuous chest pain that doesn’t stop when you rest
  • Chest pain that is increasing in intensity
  • Chest pain along with profuse sweating, pale skin, an irregular or rapid pulse, and problems catching your breath

Your cardiologist is a friend to your heart. Visiting your cardiologist can give you peace-of-mind, knowing that you and your heart are healthy.

To learn more about how your cardiologist can help you, call Dr. Zaki Lababidi and Dr. Khaled Albasha at Gilbert Cardiology in Gilbert, AZ. You can reach them in the office by calling (480) 786-9100, so call today.

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