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Angina is chest pain that occurs when your heart is deprived of freshly oxygenated blood. It usually results from an underlying heart condition like coronary artery disease. Angina treatment and prevention focuses on relieving the chest pain associated with angina and addressing your underlying heart disease.
At Dignity Health Southern California, we believe the future of medicine is as much about kindness and compassion as it is about the latest technology. Our caring doctors practice empathy along with specialized angina treatment in Southern California at five state-of-the-art locations in Long Beach, Northridge, Downtown LA, Glendale, and San Bernardino.
Use our online Find a Doctor tool to learn more. Our heart care team will answer your questions with respect, so you can feel comfortable and confident in getting the treatment you need.
Improving your heart health may help you prevent angina attacks. Consider making these choices for a heart-healthy lifestyle:
Is your angina mild and infrequent? If so, you may just need to make some lifestyle changes to manage it. Does your angina feel more severe and occur often? Then, you may need to consider medications or medical procedures. Your doctor will work with you closely to understand your experience with angina attacks, as well as consider your overall health.
These lifestyle changes may be recommended:
Additional treatment options include:
At Dignity Health Southern California, we take your health to heart. Reach out to us to receive the personal care you need for your chest pain.
Dignity Health doctors provide personalized angina treatment and tailored angina prevention in Southern California.