NJ Vein Specialists: A Connection Between Heart and Vein Disease?

NJ Vein SpecialistsJune 28th, 2018. Hackensack, NY. Cross County Cardiology publishes a new article discussing vein disease, heart disease, and the possible connections between them. According to these noted NJ vein specialists, there is a connection between these conditions because the heart, arteries, and veins comprise a total system. Anything that compromises circulation compromises the whole system.

According to a NJ vascular specialist at the center, there are links between the risk factors for both conditions. “Although we can’t do much about our age or our heredity (both of which are significant risk factors for vein disease and heart disease), we can and should do something about other risk factors like smoking, obesity, and inactivity.” The specialists at the Center recommend a vascular screening as a first step to reducing the risks of these dangerous conditions.

Cross County Cardiology believe that if the public is properly informed of the importance of vascular screenings that examine your entire circulatory system, they will be more likely to get such screenings and thus detect heart, vein, and arterial problems when they can be easily treated. Interested readers can find out more about vascular health at the Center website: www.crosscountycardiology.com.


Cardiovascular Treatment Options

Heart and cardiovascular disease are responsible for one of every three deaths in the United States with heart disease and stroke as the top two causes of death worldwide. The cardiovascular doctors from Cross County Cardiology treat patients on an individual basis, starting with the most advanced diagnostic and testing procedures for a comprehensive analysis of their entire cardiovascular system. Their patient-centered approach to heart and cardiovascular care provides patients with the best approach to preventing and treating the individual.

Cross County Cardiology is a team of experienced and dedicated cardiologists who offer an expansive range of diagnostic and treatment services including echocardiogram, pacemaker, implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD), femoral artery angiogram, cardiac catheterization, stenting, coronary angiogram, vascular testing, and non-invasive and minimally-invasive vein treatments. The entire staff at CCC relies on the most advanced equipment and the skills of their staff to provide each individual patient with the best possible experience and outcome

About Cross County Cardiology

When patients are looking for a vein doctor in Bergen County to diagnose their symptoms, or a heart specialist in Hudson County who will consider their individual needs, they have choices. Cross County Cardiology provides each patient with the comprehensive, individualized care they need with an attitude of respect that they should always expect.

Quality medical care can only come from highly skilled, experienced physicians with the knowledge and tools to recognize the signs and symptoms that each individual patient is experiencing. Each member of our medical team is Board certified and has extensive experience in providing cardiology and vascular care. They have completed their residency training at renowned medical institutions and have earned a reputation as a leader in their field.

CCC uses the most advanced diagnostic and treatment equipment available and provides all testing on premises so that results are fast and precise. When patients rely on us for cardiology and vascular care, there is also the advantage of receiving care in a leading hospital including Hackensack University Medical Center, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Palisades General Medical Center, Meadowlands Hospital and Holy Name Medical Center. We continue to strive to make CCC the first and best choice for cardiac and vascular care in Bergen County.

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