Administered in a number of ways, from personal oxygen tanks to hyperbaric oxygen chambers, this treatment is used to help body tissues and cells function properly.
Used to help control abnormal heart rhythms, called arrhythmias, pacemakers use small electrical pulses to prompt normal heart rates. Newer devices also monitor factors like blood temperature and breathing rate to accommodate for changes in activities.
We use several forms of testing to uncover peripheral artery disease (PAD), which occurs when arteries supplying blood to the feet and legs narrow or harden. Based on severity, treatment options range from self-care to angioplasty and stent implantation.