Cavanagh Heart Center at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix provides all levels of care for patients with irregular heartbeats, ranging from routine medication management to complex ablations not performed at other Arizona hospitals.
Our nationally recognized physicians also are involved in leading research projects, offering early access for our patients to treatments such as cryoballoon ablation.
Symptoms of Irregular Heartbeats
While experiencing an irregular heartbeat, you may feel:
You can experience irregular heartbeats in your chest, throat or neck. You may feel pounding, racing or your heart skipping. A normal heart beats 60-100 times per minute. If your heart is beating more than 100 times per minute, you may be experiencing ventricular tachycardia. If your heart is beating less than 55 times per minute, you may have bradycardia.
Causes of Irregular Heartbeats
There are several causes for irregular heartbeats:
Treatments for Irregular Heartbeats
The Cavanagh Heart Center provides these treatments for irregular heartbeats:
- Medication management
- Nonsurgical interventions
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Defibrillator and pacemaker implantation
- Heart ablation
- Maze heart procedure
The Cavanagh Difference
Cavanagh Heart Center at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix offers a different approach to treating irregular heartbeats. Our electrophysiologists, doctors who specialize in irregular heartbeats, work with other doctors as well as nutritionists, rehabilitation experts, and other experts to make sure each patient receives the exact treatment they need.
Our electrophysiologists are all board certified and fellowship trained and train physicians from other parts of the country on new procedures.
Cavanagh Heart Center also provides patients access to clinical trials and the opportunity to try new treatments before they are widely available.
For More Heart Rhythm Information
Ask our concierge, (602) 839-2400