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Treated Heart Conditions

At Saint Mary’s we treat all heart conditions. Here are the most common ones our specialists treat:


Atrial Fibrillation heart arrhythmia, treated through medications or invasive procedures.

Aortic Stenosis

Hardened and calcified aortic valve of the heart. Treated with open heart surgery or minimally invasive TAVR procedure.

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Plaque build-up within the arteries which can cause heart attacks. Treated through minimally invasive interventions.

Heart Failure

Weakened heart muscle treated with medication and lifestyle changes.

Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

Fluid build-up on the right side of the heart through constricted blood vessels treated through diagnostic procedures and medications.

Valvular Disease

Hardened and calcified valves of the heart, or leakage from any heart valve that cause inefficiencies in the heart pumping blood to organs. Treated and monitored through valve clinic.

Structural Heart

Less invasive treatment for aortic valve replacement and mitral valve repair. For more information see our Structural Heart Program.

Other Heart Arrhythmias

SVT, V-tach, Atrial Flutter, WPW, and PVC are some examples of other heart conditions that can be treated by our expert cardiologists.

Other Conditions We Treat

Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD), vein ablation, and coronary disease. Unknown conditions with a potential heart component (stroke and syncope) can be monitored by long-term heart monitors.

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How to Care for Your Heart

Diet and lifestyle play a huge role in managing heart conditions. Speak to your primary care physician or cardiologist to find a plan that is right for you.

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