The Cardiology Service diagnoses and treats heart diseases. Among them are ischemic heart disease, such as myocardial infarction or angina pectoris. Also, heart failure, valve diseases, familial heart diseases, and arrhythmias.


What are cardiovascular diseases?

They are problems that affect the heart and blood vessels. They encompass a wide range of diseases that can lead to the deterioration of heart function.

These types of diseases often present without pain and without obvious symptoms.

As a result, this can lead to even more serious health problems, such as heart attack, stroke, or kidney function decline. What is especially dangerous about cardiovascular diseases is that you can suffer from more than one at a time without even knowing it.

At Fisiobat, we have outstanding professionals in this field, specializing in problems affecting the heart and blood vessels.”


Most Common Cardiovascular Diseases:

💗Myocardial Infarction or Heart Attack
💗Heart Failure
💗Angina Pectoris
💗Arrhythmia or Heart Rhythm Disorders
💗Coronary Artery Disease: Atherosclerosis
💗Cerebrovascular Diseases
💗Angioplasty or Stent
💗High Cholesterol or Hypercholesterolemia

If you have experienced any of these, we can help you with our heart specialists:
💚Clinical Cardiology
💚Cardiovascular Physiotherapy
💚Heart-Healthy Nutrition

Visits with our Cardiologist provide patient-centered care and specialized medical attention. FisioBat’s Cardiology services include:

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When should you visit the cardiologist?

The list is endless, but it is indicated if you have symptoms or signs suggestive of a cardiac pathology or, if you have cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol levels in the blood, obesity, etc.

You can also go after a cardiovascular event such as a heart attack, surgery, angina pectoris… to control your medication and start the rehabilitation program.


Why is it celebrated?

Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. A significant portion of these deaths could be prevented with a healthy diet, physical exercise, avoiding harmful substances such as tobacco or alcohol. It is recommended to have an annual cardiac check-up if you practice any sport or moderate-intensity activity.