To treat a heart or vascular condition, it is imperative that patients undergo the appropriate screenings, testing, and procedures for an accurate diagnosis.
At Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute, we offer a full range of advanced testing, screening procedures, and treatments used to address various heart and vascular conditions. We are your Ohio heart and vascular center. Our facility is equipped with state-of-the-art technology. It allows our team of cardiologists and vascular specialists to perform a multitude of diagnostic testing and procedures in-house.
Being a patient at Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute means that you don’t have to visit multiple locations, and see different specialists. Our team of board-certified vascular physicians works collaboratively to deliver innovative solutions tailored to the individual needs of each unique patient.
We understand that living with heart and vascular conditions can affect your future health, daily routines, and overall quality of life. We work diligently to accurately diagnose and effectively treat your conditions, so the treatment works the first time.
At Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute, you are receiving healthcare from an integrated team of cardiovascular specialists. We are highly trained in many aspects of cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, and other related areas. For a detailed explanation of our services, visit each link below.
- Abdominal Aorta Ultrasound
- ABI (Ankle Brachial Index) Testing
- Arterial Duplex Testing
- Cardiac Ablation
- Cardiac Catheterizations
- Carotid Ultrasound
- Electrophysiology Study
- Implantable Cardiac Devices
- Nuclear Stress Test
- Renal Artery Ultrasound
- Venous Ultrasound
Advanced Imaging and Diagnostic Testing in Springboro, OH
- Our state-of-the-art cardiac imaging technology allows our team to identify specific conditions of the heart, assess the overall health of the heart, and determine if further treatment is needed. Modern advancements in imaging technology allow us to provide quicker screenings and diagnoses so you can get back to your life.
- Cardiac rhythm monitoring allows our cardiologist to determine why the heart might beat too fast, too slow, or irregularly. Our team of board-certified cardiologists may order one or a series of tests to determine the direct cause of heart rhythm issues.
- Our advanced vascular imaging technology helps our vascular doctors identify any abnormalities in various veins, arteries, and vessels. With our range of diagnostic imaging and testing, our team can better tailor treatment to address a patient’s current condition.
- Advanced treatment for complex cardiovascular and vascular conditions.
Affordable Cardiology Testing & Care
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Choosing Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute
Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute has three convenient locations in Springboro, Dayton, and Beavercreek, OH. Our convenient facilities are equipped with the latest cardiac and vascular imaging and testing technology. It’s a one-stop shop for the comprehensive care patients need. Our experienced vascular specialists can analyze and interpret test results and recommend the next course of action.
At Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute, we take a personalized approach to cardiac and vascular care. Our team of board-certified cardiologists, physicians, and electrophysiologists is uniquely skilled in various aspects of cardiology and vascular medicine. Our team is committed to undergoing continuous education to help garner a deeper knowledge of the most current technologies, practices, and treatments in cardiovascular and vascular medicine.
To learn more about our services, visit one of our convenient Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute locations. We have full-service facilities in Springboro, Beavercreek, and Dayton, Ohio.
Cardiac and Vascular FAQs
What is the difference between cardiology and vascular medicine?
Cardiology is the study of the heart. Vascular medicine refers to the circulatory system outside of the heart. Our office provides care for patients hearts and the circulatory systems that affect the heart.
What should I ask a cardiologist?
When you visit the cardiologist, you can keep these questions in mind to stay prepared for your next appointment:
- What is my risk of future cardiovascular problems?
- How can I support my heart health?
- What is a heart-healthy diet?
- How does my family history affect my heart health?
- What treatment options are available?
Asking questions and communicating with your doctor can result in a productive visit.
When should you see a cardiologist?
A cardiologist is a health professional who treats diseases of the heart. It’s important to visit a cardiologist when you experience abnormal symptoms, including chest pain and high blood pressure. If you have a family history of heart problems, if you currently have diabetes, or if you have a history of high cholesterol, it’s a good idea to find a local cardiologist.
What is vascular disease?
Vascular diseases are problems that affect your circulatory system or blood vessels. Conditions that affect your blood’s circulation can include carotid artery disease, atherosclerosis, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and peripheral artery disease. We can diagnose and treat these diseases in our office.
When should you see a vascular doctor?
A vascular doctor is a health professional trained to treat diseases of the blood vessels. If you have high blood pressure or diabetes, you may be more prone to developing vascular diseases, so it is important to schedule a visit with a vascular doctor. You may also schedule a visit with a vascular doctor if you experience problems attributed to vascular disorders, including sores and swelling in your legs, weakness and tingliness on one side of your body, or sudden abdominal and back pain.
How can you prevent heart and vascular problems?
Follow these tips to help decrease your risk of heart and vascular conditions:
- Quit smoking
- Control your diabetes
- Manage your weight
- Keep healthy cholesterol levels
- Eat a healthy diet
Managing your health conditions that increase your risk of heart and vascular problems can improve your quality of life.