Come In For Your Free Heart Health Assessment
Your heart health shouldn’t only be a priority in February, call us for your free Heart Health Assessment! You’ll receive an Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) Blood Pressure check — which is a quick, noninvasive way to check your risk of heart disease.
Free Heart Health Assessments need to be scheduled in advance, but are offered on Thursdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Call for more information: 602-326-3655!
The Steward Center for Sports Medicine and Community Health is your State-of-the HEART clinic, located in the heart of Phoenix. Led by board-certified and fellowship-trained interventional cardiologist, Sina Nafisi, M.D., FACC, the heart care team at The Steward Center for Sports Medicine and Community Health can accurately pinpoint cardiovascular issues and provide effective treatment options for a wide range of heart-related disorders and diseases, including:
- Aortic aneurysms
- Arrhythmia (irregular heart beat)
- Blocked arteries and coronary artery disease
- Congenital heart diseases
- Peripheral vascular disease
On-Site Imaging Services
Make your heart health a priority. We’ll make it a convenient! We offer the latest in interventional cardiology services and on-site diagnostic imaging tests in one location, in the center of it all, centered around you. Should you and the cardiologist determine that testing is required to determine and diagnose your cardiovascular condition, we can conduct the following heart tests:
- Non-invasive ankle brachial index (ABI) testing
- Arterial color flow doppler using ultrasound technology
- Echocardiogram using ultrasound technology
- Electrocardiography (ECG)
- Chest X-rays
- Holter event monitoring (portable)
- Oximetry using pulse oximeters
- Blood pressure monitoring
Free Blood Pressure Checks
High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a dangerous disease and can lead to life threatening con consequences, including heart attack, heart failure, kidney failure and stroke. Known as the “silent killer”, high blood pressure typically has no symptoms. The best way to prevent high blood pressure or control hypertension is to routinely have your blood pressure levels checked. Schedule a free blood pressure check now.