Women are born multi-taskers. Whether it’s work, your kids, your partner or your parents—women are often at the center of it all. Making life happen.
Women are also more likely to ignore the symptoms commonly associated with heart disease. In the U.S., more women die from heart disease than any other cause, including cancer. And, more women than men die each year from heart disease. Mercy Medical Group’s team of female cardiologists in Greater Sacramento work with you to treat and prevent heart disease, by addressing specific concerns and warning signs.
Typical warning signs of heart disease include pressure or squeezing in your chest, soreness in one or both arms, or shortness of breath. Along with these symptoms, women may also experience:
Neck, jaw, shoulder or upper back pain
Shortness of breath
Abdominal pain or heartburn
Sweating and dizziness
Among the treatments offered by Mercy Medical Group, our female cardiology team uses heartfelt expertise to address:
Warning Signs: Our team of cardiologists will answer questions about your individual risk, how to recognize early signs and come up with a plan for preventative health care.Learn more about how to recognize the warning signs of heart disease.
Risk Assessment: Our experts work with you to understand the risk factors unique to women, and help you and your physician formulate a plan to improve your heart health. By working through stresses at work or home we’ll help you identify key factors to get you on the right path. Learn more about how to determine your risk.
Wellness Tips: Our cardiologists will answer questions about your individual risk factors, diet, medication, exercise habits and behavioral modification recommendations specific to you. Learn more about how to improve your wellness and keep your heart healthy.
Healthy Eating and Exercise: We will work with your physicians to assist you as your pursue your goals towards wellness and a healthier heart and body. Learn more about how to set health goals and achieve a healthier you.
Philosophy of Care: It is a privilege for me to care for my patients as I strive to see the light and spirit in each of them, providing education, respect and kindness along the way.
Philosophy of Care: I consider my patient and I as a team working for the best outcome and care for my patient. I believe in treating my patients like I would want my family members to be treated, with dignity and respect.
Philosophy of Care: I truly believe in involving my patients in their care. To me, it takes a team to practice the best medicine even if it is as little as two people in that team. My job is to provide the most up-to-date, evidence-based guideline recommendations in cardiovascular medicine, but ultimately finding the right therapy for each patient is obtained via complete discussion with each individual.