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Electrophysiology

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY

If you are experiencing irregular heart rhythms, particularly if those symptoms are combined with fatigue, dizziness and shortness of breath, Pikeville Medical Center’s Dr. Chase Reynolds and Dr. Michael Antimisiaris specialize in diagnosing and treating the full breadth of conditions that involve the heart’s electrical system.

Learn more about Electrophysiology, AFib, and Procedures offered at Pikeville Medical Center
  • What is Electrophysiology?

     

  • What are Heart Palpitations?

  • What is AFib?

  • How do you treat AFib?

  • About Pacemaker and Defibrillator Implants

WATCHMAN: A One-Time Implant that Helps Reduce AFib Stroke Risk

 

WATCHMAN is a permanent implant that offers an alternative to the lifelong use of blood thinners. It’s about the size of a quarter and made from very light and compact. If you have a history of bleeding or a lifestyle, occupation or condition that puts you at risk for bleeding, ask your doctor about the WATCHMAN Implant.
The first step to find out if you’re a candidate for WATCHMAN is making an appointment with a cardiologist to discuss your options.

 

Learn more about the WATCHMAN | Make an Appointment