Heart arrhythmia, including irregular heartbeat and heart palpitations, is a group of conditions in which heart activity is faster or slower than normal.
The Arrhythmia Center helps provide answers for patients with heart rhythm symptoms. Physicians and staff stay in close and frequent communication with patients' referring physicians to help provide accurate tracking of symptoms, necessary treatments, and medications and/or dosages.
With care provided by a highly specialized team of physicians, (electrophysiologists, cardiologists, and cardiac surgeons) on the medical staff and dedicated to the treatment of arrhythmias, the Arrhythmia Center's primary goal is to determine the most appropriate treatment option for a patient with arrhythmia symptoms. This may include medication, non-invasive testing, or catheter-based/surgical procedures.
Diagnostic methods include electrocardiograms, echocardiograms, stress tests, ambulatory telemetry monitors (Holter and event), CT scanning, and cardiac MRI.
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*The Heart Valve Center of Texas, Thoracic Aortic Disease Center, Vascular & Diabetic Foot Center, and Outpatient Imaging see patients in Suite 300. All other centers see patients in Suite 350.