New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center, founded by Dr. Reisman over 30 years ago, is a nationally recognized cardiology practice with state-of-the-art equipment for heart screening.
During a consultation with Dr. Steven Reisman, you can feel confident that your concerns will be addressed and if needed your treatment options discussed in depth. You will receive an honest, ethical, and precise assessment.
Dr. Reisman uses the latest diagnostic methods with the most advanced and accurate tests for detecting “high risk” heart disease. He offers exceptional and individualized care along with an emphasis on prevention.
Dr. Reisman has publications in the American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association and the American Federation for Clinical Research. He was an investigator with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in developing a modified type of stress test.
Your New York cardiology doctor is a nationally recognized author and a contributor to Fox News, CNN, Washington Post, and Forbes. Dr. Reisman has privileges with top New York hospitals including NYU Langone.
After initial training in internal medicine and general cardiology, Dr. Reisman was the recipient of an American Heart Association research fellowship working under Dr. Daniel S. Berman in Nuclear Cardiology at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Dr. Daniel S. Berman is a world-renowned leader in the development of nuclear cardiology. Dr. Reisman was part of a team of researchers and he co-authored research papers with Dr. Jamshid Maddahi, Dr. Alan Rozanski and Dr. Timothy Bateman.
For example, at the American Federation of Clinical Research, Dr. Reisman presented a paper explaining the relationship between an electrocardiogram and heart function in the setting of a heart attack. His co-authors included Dr. Prediman K. Shah and Dr. H.J.C. Swan.
After innovative research and practicing clinical cardiology at several major medical centers, Dr. Reisman founded the New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center in 1987 to provide high-quality, compassionate, and individualized patient care.
Currently, the New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center, offers a full range of diagnostic services, and convenient daytime/evening hours.
At your initial appointment you will be seen by Dr. Steven Reisman and not by a junior colleague or a nurse practitioner as is the procedure at other practices.
The goal is to focus on your symptoms and immediately implement a screening to evaluate if you have a heart problem.For a Consultation call:
After practicing cardiology at major medical centers and presenting original cardiology research at national meetings, in 1987, Dr. Reisman founded the New York Diagnostic Center, eventually expanding to three offices in New York City. He combines his experience and expertise in addition to the extraordinary attention to detail with each patient. He receives excellent reviews from patients along with active participation in the latest developments in cardiology.
I went to Dr. Reisman for a second opinion, after feeling unsatisfied with the previous physician's opinion. Dr. Reisman took the time to gather information and actually ran various tests besides the protocol one. He eased my mind and took the time to address not only my concerns, but offered helpful advice for a path to a healthier lifestyle.Evelyn C. Patient ★★★★★
Great service! They got me in within an hour of calling them to let them know I had been having some issues. The staff were really kind and did their best to get all of the tests done in an efficient and thorough manner. Very impressive service. Will recommend to my family and friends who may need to see a cardiologist.Tom B. Patient ★★★★★
I had a great experience with Dr. Reisman. He was able to schedule me for an appointment within 24 hours and took my concerns quite seriously. He even has night hours. His co-worker who performs the stress test and sonogram was really professional and kind and his receptionist is warm and welcoming even at the end of the day.Michelle H. Patient ★★★★★
I was looking for a cardiologist in NYC and founder Dr. Reisman. I got in right away, Michelle up front is an amazing human being, the whole staff took great care and explained everything thoroughly. Dr. Reisman took his time and seems genuinely committed to my health. And we just met! 5 Stars.Matt T. Patient → Read all reviews
The symptoms you experience will be evaluated by Dr. Reisman with an emphasis on a personalized approach. If needed, appropriate non-invasive cardiac testing will occur in an expedited manner.
If you are experiencing chest pain as either pressure, burning, indigestion, jaw pain or left arm discomfort an evaluation to exclude heart disease is warranted. If symptoms occur with a sudden onset consider calling emergency services to exclude the possibility of a heart attack. The evaluation of chest pain will usually include a consultation along with an electrocardiogram, echocardiogram, and a stress test. For certain individuals, a calcium scan may also be scheduled. These tests will provide a comprehensive non-invasive evaluation of the heart. Read More
Shortness of breath whether at rest or on exertion can frequently be caused by either a heart or a lung condition. A consultation and screening with a cardiologist will exclude causes such as an enlarged heart, Cardiomyopathy, valvular heart disease, a prior heart attack, or congestive heart failure. If shortness of breath occurs with a sudden onset, especially if associated with chest discomfort, one should probably call emergency medical services.Read More
Heart palpitations are described by patients as racing of the heart, heart pounding, or any irregular rhythm. Although frequently harmless, palpitations can indicate an underlying heart condition. They are particularly worrisome if one has an underlying heart condition or experiences dizziness or fainting in association with palpitations.Read More
Low blood pressure is frequently asymptomatic but at times can be associated with lightheadedness, dizziness, or fainting. An initial consultation would include an accurate measurement of blood pressure to determine whether low blood pressure is present.The cardiologist will also evaluate possible associated symptoms such as lightheadedness or fainting. Read More
We are changing the way New Yorkers think about cardiologists, cardiac diagnosis & treatment. With New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center doctors and the latest diagnostic equipment under one roof, the bar has definitely been raised. We are the leaders in the city for cardiac testing & diagnosis. With multiple locations, we provide cardiac care of a standard that is recognized to be amongst the best in the world.
New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center has built a reputation as a cardiac center of excellence in heart screening NYC for the assessment and diagnosis of patients with all forms of cardiac ailments. Top cardiology doctors in NYC offer an unrivalled service allied with state of the art equipment and heart doctors who are among the best in their fields.About Cardiac Screenings
Thorough and comprehensive heart screening (sometimes called heart tests or cardiac screenings) are offered by the NYC cardiologist, Dr. Steven Reisman, of the New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center. Cardiac heart testing includes medical tests performed to find potential heart disease prior to the onset of symptoms.Cardiac testing is the most often utilized testing modalities performed in our cardiology center to identify patients suspected of having heart disease, specifically coronary artery disease (CAD).About Heart / Cardiac Testing
Thorough and comprehensive high blood pressure tests are offered by our specialist. High pressure, or hypertension, is a risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure tests as offered by our top heart doctor are fast, painless, and can save your life.About High Blood Pressure
The medical practitioners at our center offer Sports Cardiology (athletic heart screenings). Cardiac assessment of the athlete includes history and examination to assess both medical and sport-related problems, a stress test, an Electrocardiogram (ECG), and where appropriate, further testing which may include Echocardiography either at rest or with exercise, cardiac MRI, and testing for significant cardiac rhythm disturbances.About Sports Cardiology / Athletic Heart
A stroke occurs when blood flow to the brain is stopped, causing brain cells to die. There are two kinds of stroke: ischemic and hemorrhagic. Ischemic strokes occur when a blood clot or plaque buildup blocks a blood vessel in the brain. Hemorrhagic strokes result from blood vessels breaking and leaking into or around the brain.About Stroke
Sudden cardiac death, which can have multiple causes, accounts for the largest cause of natural death - approximately 350,000 deaths per year in the United States - topping deaths from lung cancer, breast cancer, and AIDS.About Sudden Cardiac Death
The New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center can determine if you are in need of a Coronary CT Calcium Scan Test - which we offer at our partner facility. A coronary calcium scan is a cardiac test that looks for specks of calcium in (and on) the walls of the coronary (heart) arteries. Calcifications in the coronary arteries are an early sign of coronary heart disease (CHD). Coronary heart disease is a disease in which a waxy substance called plaque builds up in the coronary arteries. In some cases, Cardiac CT is used to assess heart chambers, heart valves and the surrounding blood vessels. Visit Dr. Steven Reisman who can use a Coronary Calcium Scan Test to measure the calcification in the coronary arteries and identify the risk for heart disease.About Coronary Calcium Scan/ Cardiac
A echocardiogram test is a type of ultrasound used to look at how the heart is functioning. It's a painless and non-invasive procedure that lets physicians see the anatomy, structure, and function of all four chambers and valves of the heart and is performed by a trained sonographer. An echocardiogram takes “moving pictures” of the heart with sound waves. The ultrasound and electrocardiography (ECG) signals are recorded digitally to be reviewed by the cardiologist.About Echocardiography
An Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is a simple painless noninvasive test offered at the New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center. An ECG records the rhythm and electrical activity of the heart. Dr. Steven Reisman, may recommend an ECG for patients who may be at risk of heart disease because there is a family history of heart disease, or because they smoke, are overweight, or have diabetes, high cholesterol or high blood pressure.About Electrocardiography
Stress tests are tests supervised by a doctor to evaluate the cardiovascular system during a period of exercise and increased demand. Cardiac stress tests measure exercise capacity and identify abnormal responses to exercise. There are several different types of stress tests that are performed depending on the individual’s age, history, symptoms, and risk factors.About Stress test
Ambulatory "Holter" Electrocardiographic Monitoring. A Holter monitor is a small wearable ECG recording device. This remarkable cardiac test is used to monitor your heart rhythm over 24 hours. During your cardiac testing period any abnormal heart beats/rhythms will be detected. The Holter monitor is about the size of a mobile phone and you will need to wear it around your waist. You can continue with your normal daily activities while you are wearing the device during your testing period.About “Holter” ECG Monitoring
Carotid Vascular Ultrasound testing (sometimes referred to as a "duplex study") of the carotid arteries which is a simple, safe and painless in-office test that produces pictures of blood circulation using sound waves.About Vascular Ultrasound
Dr. Reisman have long been considered paragons of authority and expertise in cardiology. He has already been featured as a top NYC cardiologist in:
Our cardiologists see patients with a wide range of heart disorders including Coronary Disease, Hypertension, Heart Palpitations (Arrhythmia / Heart Rhythm Disorders), Cardiomyopathy (dilated and hypertrophic), Valvular Heart Disease, Aortic disease including Marfan syndrome, and Familial & Congenital heart disease.
It is the Manhattan Cardiologist’s commitment to his patients that has earned him the reputation of being one of NYC’s top heart doctors. Dr. Steven Reisman MD specializes in taking exceptional care of each patient from the initial consultation to the post-consultation period. The honor and privilege of caring for patients comes with the responsibility and dedication of the doctor’s staff to the utmost standard of excellence in patient care.
Generally, it’s worth seeking advice from a New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center specialists leading by Dr. Reisman if you have any of the symptoms such as chest pain or tightness, chest pressure or discomfort, shortness of breath, pain, numbness, weakness or coldness in your legs or arms.
Our heart specialists strive to provide highly personalized and comprehensive cardiac care. Our philosophy of direct doctor-to-patient care at every visit to our center with locations in Downtown, Midtown and on Upper East Side has made us one of the most trusted and respected cardiac diagnostic practices in NYC.
If you have any questions for our cardiologist or would like to schedule a consultation please feel free to contact Dr. Steven Reisman of the New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center and indicate which office (Upper East Side, Midtown Manhattan, or Wall Street / Financial District) you would like to see our doctor.(212) 860-0796