Atrial Fibrillation Center
Restoring Your Heart’s Normal Rhythm
Atrial fibrillation (or afib) is the most common type of abnormal heart rhythm (or arrhythmia) in the United States. Afib alone is not life threatening. But it can be extremely bothersome and sometimes dangerous, and it’s associated with an increased risk of stroke.
Your Heart Afib Team
Treating afib symptoms is complex. There is no "one-size-fits-all" approach. That’s why your care at our Atrial Fibrillation Center is tailored to your unique symptoms, afib heart rate, stroke risk, heart function and other conditions.
Everyone on your team — electrophysiologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses and research coordinators — specializes in the treatment of afib. The doctors who care for you participate in research and development of the latest afib causes and treatments.
Our center has treated more than 2,000 patients since late 2004 – ensuring you receive the most comprehensive, up-to-date evaluation and treatment for your specific condition.
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Treatment of Afib
The goals of atrial fibrillation treatment include:
- Minimizing stroke risk
- Controlling heart rate
- Restoring normal heart rhythm
Our Atrial Fibrillation Center offers a full range of treatments, including:
- Afib ablation
- Medical devices like pacemakers
Find out more about treatment of atrial fibrillation.