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If you have symptoms of arrhythmia such as a fluttering feeling in your chest, the sensation that your heart is beating too fast or slow, dizziness, or shortness of breath, your doctor may refer you to a cardiac electrophysiologist. These specialists diagnosis and treat arrhythmias with heart and blood vessel imaging and electrophysiological procedures.
Electrophysiology refers to a group of heart treatments that can reduce your symptoms, improve your quality of life, and reduce your risk of a complication like blood clots. Electrophysiology even holds the potential to permanently resolve heart rhythm problems like atrial fibrillation (AFib).
At Dignity Health of Arizona, you can trust your heart to our experts. With a full range of cutting edge services, we are a nationally recognized leader in heart and vascular care. To learn more about electrophysiology in Arizona, Find a Doctor online or call 855.231.6180.
Your heartbeat is controlled by a series of electrical impulses traveling within the heart. If these electrical impulses are firing out of sync or if the heart is producing extra impulses, the heartbeat will be irregular. Electrophysiology procedures are used to treat these conditions. The four primary types of electrophysiology procedures include:
We know planning a heart procedure can be scary, but you can rest easy when having an electrophysiology procedure performed at a Dignity Health hospital. Our team of specialists, nurses, therapists, and technicians are dedicated to making your experience as pleasant and safe as possible.
Electrophysiology procedures are generally considered low-risk, and you may even be released the same day. However, depending on your specific procedure, you may have to stay a night with us for monitoring.
For a few days directly following your electrophysiology procedure you may have an achy chest and a surgical incision to care for, but most people heal quickly. Be aware that your heart may still beat erratically during strenuous activity. Be sure to follow any post hospitalization instructions including those regarding what activity level is allowed in the days and weeks after your procedure. Our team will provide you with all the information you need.
Try our free cardiovascular risk educational tool from Dignity Health. This tool helps you assess your heart health and identify medical and lifestyle conditions that may lead to cardiovascular problems down the road.