FDA Approved Natural Bypass Alternative
Choosing the Right Direction for Managing Heart Disease
Consider Your Options
When it comes to your health always consider your options. Understand what treatments are available. Together with your physician, assess what is the best option for you.
Surgery is not the only treatment for cardiac patients. While helpful and appropriate for many, bypass surgery and angioplasty often fail to provide adequate long-term relief from angina. These invasive procedures can involve pain and greater risk of serious side effects. It may be time to consider a new direction for managing heart disease.
Patients suffering from heart disease, particularly chronic stable angina and Congestive Heart Failure (CHF). should consider External Counterpulsation (ECP) Therapy.
Many physicians offer ECP Therapy in outpatient clinics. ECP is a low-risk procedure with little to no side effects. ECP Therapy consists of 35 daily treatments, each treatment is one-hour per day.
Relief Without Surgery
ECP is safe, effective, and best of all it does not include the risk of complications of surgery. ECP is a noninvasive procedure which means no hospitalization, no anesthesia, no surgery, and no pain. If you haven’t already, for further detailed information about ECP, please check out the instructional video under “ECP Heart Care Overview” that offers several cardiologists personal review of ECP including a description of how it works. In addition, there will be several patient video testimonials that will be available for your review.
ECP is an excellent choice for many people who have already had, or are not well suited for bypass surgery or angioplasty.
Now you can have relief without surgery with help from External Counterpulsation Therapy! ECP is an FDA cleared treatment for angina and Heart Failure.
After years of testing and development, ECP has provided to be an exciting option for many cardiac patients. ECP is a widely accepted treatment option that should be seriously considered for managing your heart disease.
If you think you might be a candidate for ECP therapy, contact Dr. DeStephens’ office today and allow him to review your entire heart history, along with a comprehensive look at all of your potential risk factors and what is being done about them as well as to determine whether ECP could also offer you additional benefit.