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Symptoms that lead an individual to consult a cardiologist most frequently include chest discomfort, shortness of breath, palpitations, and lightheadedness or fainting. These symptoms are evaluated with a consultation along with any non-invasive testing that is appropriate to exclude a cardiac condition.
Your cardiologist Dr. Reisman may ask you what type of pain you are feeling (dull or sharp), and if it’s accompanied by other manifestations like shortness of breath, fatigue, and dizziness to determine the severity of your cardiac symptoms. However, for a more accurate cardiac diagnosis, an electrocardiogram or echocardiogram may be needed.
There are a variety of cardiology disease symptoms that you may experience from chest pain to heart palpitations to shortness of breath that may require you to see a heart specialist. Whatever your cardiac symptoms may be, you deserve the highest quality of care like that provided at New York City Cardiology Center. The correct and most effective treatment plan first requires an accurate diagnosis from your cardiologist. Receive your cardiac diagnosis at one of our conveniently located NYC offices where we employ the latest technology.
Dr. Reisman and his entire staff are the best in New York City. I was able to get an appointment quickly and didn’t have to wait to see Dr. Reisman long for my appointment (less than 5 minutes). I had a very positive experience and thrilled to have found such a great Cardiologist. I am a very anxious patient and the staff was very compassionate from the front desk to all the technicians to Dr. Reisman. I would highly recommend this heart specialist to friends and family! ~ ZocDoc
Dr. Steven Reisman of the Manhattan Cardiology Diagnostic Center with locations in Downtown, Midtown and Manhattan Upper East Side provides diagnostics of the following symptoms:
Dr. Steven Reisman is an internationally recognized cardiologist and heart specialist. He is a member of the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, and a founding member of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology.
Dr. Reisman has presented original research findings for the early detection of "high risk" heart disease and severe coronary artery disease at the annual meetings of both the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association. Dr. Reisman was part of a group of doctors with the Food and Drug Administration who evaluated the dipyridamole thallium testing technique before the FDA approved it.
Dr. Steven Reisman's academic appointments include Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California and Assistant Professor at SUNY. Hospital appointments include the Director of Nuclear Cardiology at the Long Island College Hospital.